I've said it before, and I will say it again: there is no more pefect villain than the Nazis. They are more heinous than any movie creature, and no horror flick could ever be as scary. Unless, of course, that horor flick was Nazi-occupied. Enter Frankenstein's Army, a film from Dutch commercial director Richard Raaphorst that is goose-stepping into production soon. We've got plot details and a promotional trailer after the jump.
The film takes place during the final days of the collapsing Nazi regime. Having discovered the journals of one Dr. Victor Frankenstein, Nazi scientists have picked up where dear old Victor left off, attempting to stitch together an army of the dead.
Shooting begins in September, outside Prauge.