The first trailer has finally arrived for the long awaited British horror ‘Outpost 2: Black Sun’

The third Outpost film is scheduled to begin filming this month in Scotland and Yorkshire, and it promises to be the most violent in the trilogy. However, more importantly, today see’s the release of the first trailer for its predecessor, Outpost 2: Black Sun!

It feels like an age we have been waiting to see anything to do with this horror, and the HCF team is extremely excited about this one. The first trailer is embedded below, although I must warn you that it is a German trailer and does not have any subtitles. Hopefully the synopsis included here will help you understand what is going on, and we will be sure to get an English trailer to you as soon as it becomes available.

Outpost 2: Black Sun is directed by Steve Barker, who also co-wrote the film with Rae Brunton. The cast includes Catherine Steadman, Richard Coyle, Ali Craig, Nick Nevern, Gary McDonald and Daniel Caltagirone.


The year is 1945, the closing stages of WW2, and a German scientist by the name of Klausener is working on a frightening new technology that has the power to create an immortal Nazi army. Flash forward to present day, and a NATO task force is hurriedly deployed to Eastern Europe, where a sinister enemy appears to be mercilessly killing everything in its path. But this is no ordinary foe. Only Helena, a gutsy investigator on the trail of the notorious war-criminal Klausener, accepts the reality of that they are facing a battalion of Nazi Storm-Troopers, a veritable zombie army on the march. With the help of Wallace, a man who’s been chasing Nazi secrets for years, the two of them team up with a Special Forces Unit to venture deep behind enemy lines. Their mission to fight their way back to the source of this evil army and prevent the seemingly inevitable rise of the 4th Reich.

By Matt Wavish

Matt Wavish
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A keen enthusiast and collector of all horror and extreme films. I can be picky as i like quality in my horror. This doesn't necessarily mean it has to be a classic, but as long as it has something to impress me then i'm a fan. I watch films by the rule that if it doesn't bring out some kind of emotive response then it aint worth watching.

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