Post-production has officially wrapped on the indie horror outing Horrors of War. Don't let the on-the-nose title lead you astray, a trailer at the official site is impressive - especially coming from a handful of low-budget Ohio-based filmmakers.
Horrors follows in the long line of war horror tales like The Keep, Dog Soldiers, The Bunker and Deathwatch. When first heard of the film's premise and the involvement of "Nazi werewolves," Robert McCammon's The Wolf's Hour came to mind, but this violent tale - directed by Peter John Ross and John Whitney - is a cross-breed of much more. The trailer itself is practically a rogue's gallery of all the genre's favorite ghouls: zombies, werewolves, mad scientists...
Also written by Ross and Whitney, Horrors' hero is a "wayward soldier" who investigates Hitler's experiments with the occult and the creations he is unleashing on the battlefield to turn the tide of the war.