I'm psyched for Frankenstein's Army. Richard Raaphorst's new film, set in the final days of WWII, supposes that the Nazis were building supersoldiers based off the research of Victor Frankenstein. To celebrate the film, which comes out in theaters and VOD today - we are happy to give you an exclusive look at one of the monsters of Frankenstein's Army, the Wall Zombots. Check out how it went from sketch to realization.
The Wall Zombots were two of the doctor’s earliest creations. Before finalizing his grisly concepts for the Führer, Frankenstein was focused on the seemingly simple idea of bringing the dead back to life under some basic form of control. The results were this duo of angry ghouls, with their violent aggression - even toward their creator - quite unstoppable.
Official synopsis: "In the waning days of World War II, a battalion of Russian soldiers find themselves lost in enemy territory. Stumbling upon a village decimated by an unseen terror, they discover that a mad scientist (Hellboy’s Karel Roden) conducts experiments to fuse flesh and steel, creating an unstoppable army of undead soldiers. Leaderless and faced with dissention amongst their dwindling ranks, they must find the courage to face down an altogether new menace – or die trying."