• 2008
  • UK
  • 1h 30min
  • 18
  • Directed by: Steve Barker
  • Written by: Rae Brunton
  • Cast: Ray Stevenson, Julian Wadham, Richard Brake, Michael Smiley

Beefy mercenary DC (Stevenson) has to get shadowy businessman Hunt (Wadham) into an abandoned bunker in an Eastern European war zone and out again while dodging the undead Nazis. Filmed in Glasgow's Film City Studios and on location in Dumfries, 'Outpost' is an impressively pared down genre flick which borrows from the best. If this is your bag, you won't be disappointed.

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Interview - Steve Barker

8 May 2008

Steve Barker, the 37-year-old, Blackpool born director of new Scottish horror Outpost is in an affable mood. Self-effacing, charming and just a little bit geeky Barker (pictured, right) has succeeded where so many have failed. Outpost is a pared down…


8 May 20083 stars

HORROR (18) 89min Beefy mercenary DC (Ray Stevenson) has just made a bad decision. He’s taken a job from shadowy businessman Hunt (Julian Wadham). DC and his band of professional soldiers have to get Hunt into an abandoned bunker in an Eastern European…

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