3 thoughts on “Overlord [Blu-ray]

  1. Recommended Overlord is about a group of WWII soldiers who encounter evil Nazi zombie experiments in an occupied French town. I walked into this having already heard positive reviews, but I was still surprised at how much I liked this. The thing is that the basic story is predictable. Everything happens like you’d think it would happen. However, the film is so well done, the simplicity didn’t matter.The action is appropriately violent and nicely executed. There is one scene in particular that…

  2. Lurid Nonsense In “Overlord,” a squad of American Army paratroopers are dropped into France to secure advance positions during the Allied invasion of Nazi-occupied Europe in 1944.  The soldiers soon discover a secluded castle in which German scientists are conducting Frankenstein-like experiments to develop a Nazi super-soldier to defend their “thousand-year Reich.”“Overlord” is what “Saving Private Ryan” would’ve looked if it had been made by the filmmakers behind “The Human Centipede.”  It’s…

  3. AWESOME opening sequence, however, the film fails to deliver on its’ outrageous premise A group of American paratroopers are on a mission to drop behind enemy lines, to permeate a church tower, which houses a radio transmitter. The transmitter is preventing Allied forces from communicating with each other on the eve of D-Day, and the men’s sole task is to destroy it. Their plane is shot down along the way, and the surviving members perilously manage to make their way to the small French village where the church tower stands, thanks in part to Chloe, one of the village’s…

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