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|Directed by||David B. Stewart III|
|Produced by||David B. Stewart III, John Martineau, Christian Grillo|
|Screenplay by||David B. Stewart III|
|Starring||David B. Stewart III|
|Music by||Christian Grillo|
|Edited by||Christian Grillo|
|Distributed by||SGL Entertainment|
Reichsführer-SS, also known as Nazi Hell, is a 2015 horror film starring David B. Stewart III and John Martineau. The film was shot in Pennsylvania, produced by Dapper Cat Pictures, Invasion Studios with Potent Media and distributed by SGL Entertainment.
Plot[edit | edit source]
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In 1945 Heinrich Himmler, the Reichsführer-SS commits suicide and awakens after his death in a dark dank cell. A voice taunts him, explaining how his body and soul will be ripped apart millions times, with each instance feeling like an eternity. This is his punishment for all the victims of the Holocaust and other atrocities of the SS. As Himmler realizes he is in Hell, a series of flashbacks show Himmler's more heinous actions near Minsk in 1941. The audience is shown how Himmler ordered countless murders and then also killed himself. Himmler's tormentor is then revealed to be Erebus who will torture Himmler forever.
Cast[edit | edit source]
- David B. Stewart III as Reichsführer-SS Heinrich Himmler
- John Martineau as the demon Erebus
- Angelina Leigh as Danuta
- Martin Slamon as SS-Oberführer Shellenberg
- Chuck Maher as SS-Standartenführer Klein
- Joseph Barford as SS-Gruppenführer Wolff
- Joe Ronca as General Topov
- Tina Krause as Greta
- Kelly Weston as Helga
- Anthony Cerrano as Soviet lieutenant
- Tammy Jean as Demon
Release[edit | edit source]
The film was released in the United States on November 15, 2015.
Reception[edit | edit source]
Horror Society rated the film a 7/10, stating that it was "a war game of trippy elements mixed with gut wrenching suspense. It’s a sleek look into the dark mind of one of the world’s biggest mad-men." Dread Central was more critical, writing "while I’ll throw some applause to Stewart for taking the onus off of Hitler in a Nazi film, there were far too many negatives that counteracted the positives here, and the terror and panic of what I thought was going to be a bona fide tension-wracked horror flick, was reduced to a watered-down peek into the mind of a madman." HorrorNews.net was also critical, as they felt that "Nazi Hell isn’t even very good at sexploitation."
References[edit | edit source]
- "Nazi Horror Reichsfuhrer SS Gets DVD/Blu-ray Release". Scream magazine. 2015-06-23. Retrieved 2018-09-06.
- "Review: Reichsfuhrer-SS". Horror Society. 2015-06-22. Retrieved 2018-09-06.
- "Reichsfuhrer SS (2015)". Dread Central. Retrieved 2018-09-06.
- "Film Review: Nazi Hell (2015)". HorrorNews.net. Retrieved 2018-09-06.
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