The sea is not enough! Deep in the ice of the Antarctic, a team of geologists uncover an old Nazi laboratory where dark experiments had occurred.The pulptastic Sky Sharks was a pretty big deal around HeroPress back in April, 2016, but then it disappeared before actually materialising.
In order to conquer the world, the Nazis created modified sharks, which were able to fly and whose riders were genetically mutated, undead super humans.
So a military task force known as ‘Dead Flesh Four’ – comprising reanimated U.S. soldiers who fell in Vietnam – is put together to prevent the universe from facing the jawsome menace again.
From Germany with love and years in the epic making, there’s no time to die in Sky Sharks.
However, this week, I learned that the film is due to have its world premiere at (digital) FrightFest at the end of next month.
Directed by Marc Fehse, this 102-minute German film stars horror legend Tony Todd alongside Thomas Morris, Barbara Nedeljakova, and Eva Habermann
In the Arctic, a team of geologists discovers a Nazi warship that was thought to be lost: the Himmelsfaust, a gigantic steel colossus from the Third Reich, brimming with unimaginable destruction-machines.
On that ship scientists researched top secret, war-critical weapons and created the Reichsflughaie: rocket-powered monsters whose pilots are genetically mutated, supernaturally endowed supersoldiers with supernatural powers.
Dr. Klaus Richter, the spiritual forefather of this experiment, is forced to stop his deadly army of the undead in order to save humanity and the planet Earth from the seemingly certain doom.
His daughters Angelique and Diabla face the threat that their father set up 75 years ago.