Bunker of Blood (2011)

Horror



3/10
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16 March 2019 | Uriah43
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| An Overly-Ambitious Low Budget Project
This film begins with "President Stackhouse" (Jeffrey Wayne Smith) of the United States holding a press conference to discuss an international crisis between America and China. Several press conferences later a nuclear war has begun and President Stackhouse is taken by helicopter to a secure command bunker in an isolated part of the country. In this bunker with him are approximately 200 other men and women which include several military and intelligence officials knowledgeable of a strange situation which occurred in the Balkans not too long ago that involved a conflict in which a large number of Croatian soldiers were killed by an unknown adversary. This particular incident becomes especially relevant due to several murders suddenly taking place within this command bunker which bears a striking similarity to the way in those Croatian soldiers were also killed. And nobody knows who-or what-is behind these savage murders. Now rather than reveal any more I will just say that this film had a pretty good plot but the low production values seriously undermined the overly-ambitious project which consisted of elementary graphics, bad acting, awful action scenes and extremely basic costumes and sets. In short, everything about this movie was just plain awful and for that reason I cannot honestly recommend it to anybody.

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Horror

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Release Date:

1 April 2011

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

Berea, Kentucky, USA

Box Office

Budget:

$350,000 (estimated)

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