Horrors of War (film)

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Horrors of War
In war, death is not the only thing to fear.
Directed by
  • Peter John Ross
  • John Whitney
Produced by
  • Peter John Ross
  • Philip R. Garrett
  • Sean A. Reid
Written by
  • Peter John Ross
  • Philip R. Garrett
  • John Whitney
Story by
  • Peter John Ross
  • Scott Spears
  • Jon Osbeck
  • Joe Lorenzo
  • Daniel Alan Kiely
Music byJim Ballard
  • Greg Sabo
  • Scott Spears
Edited by
  • Peter John Ross
  • John Whitney
Distributed by
  • Hollywood Wizard
  • Maverick Entertainment
Release date
  • March 25, 2006 (2006-03-25)
Running time
99 minutes
CountryUnited States
Budget$1,000,000 (estimated)

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Horrors of War (alternate title: Zombies of War, and Nazi Zombies), is a 2006 American horror film directed by Peter John Ross and John Whitney.[1] [2] An independently produced movie, filmed in the style of Grindhouse B-Movies.[3] [4] [2]


Adolf Hitler unleashes his secret weapons, created by Dr. Heinrich Schaltur, against the pressure of the advances of Allied Forces.[3][5] Grotesque, oversized superhuman, canine mutant creatures immune to bullets.[6][5] Lieutenant John Schmit encounters the new Nazi Weapons.[3] The American Office of Strategic Services investigates Hitler's new weapons that are terrorizing American forces.[3] Lieutenant John Schmit and Captain Joe Russo set out to destroy the Nazi super-weapon with the help of battle hadened GIs.[3] [7] [8]


  • Jon Osbeck as Lieutenant John Schmidt
  • Joe Lorenzo as Captain Joe Russo
  • Daniel Alan Kiely as Sergeant Stephen Gary
  • C. Alec Rossel as Captain Mitchell / Super Soldier 2
  • David Carroll as Dr. Heinrich Schaltur
  • Chip Kocel as Corporal Simpson
  • Kim Carey as Colonel Parks
  • Sean Velie as Sergeant 'Dimm' Dennison
  • Jason Morris as Private Underwood
  • Louie Cowan as Sergeant Armstrong
  • Milan A. Cargould as Corporal Rueber
  • Brandy Seymour as Yvette
  • Megan Pillar as Claire
  • Micah Jenkins as Private Byrnes
  • Joseph Shaw as French Wereman / Werewolf


The film has a nine percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes, despite receiving positive reviews for being a low budget production.[6] The film also received a B+ rating on From the Balcony.[5]


  1. Wikinews interviews author and filmmaker Peter John Ross
  2. 2.0 2.1 The Zombie Movie Encyclopedia (Contributions to Zombie Studies), McFarland (December 29, 2010)ISBN-13: 978-0786463671.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 Horrors of War,https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0439615/.
  4. Horrors of War,http://cinema-crazed.com/blog/2006/08/24/horrors-of-war-2006/.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Horrors of War,https://fromthebalcony.com/movie-reviews/horrors-of-war-2006/.
  6. 6.0 6.1 Horrors of War,https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/1186449_horrors_of_war.
  7. Horrors of War,https://www.allhorror.com/movies/horrors-of-war.
  8. Zombie Movies: The Ultimate Guide Second Edition, Chicago Review Press(October 1, 2012)ISBN-13: 978-1613744222.

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