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Outpost is a 2008 British horror film.


The film was produced by Scottish couple Arabella Croft and Kieran Parker and their production company Black Camel Pictures. They mortgaged their Glasgowmarker home in order to raise £200,000 to finance production. The script is by Rae Brunton, based on Parker's original concept, which he described as "Platoon meets The Sixth Sense".

Although set in Eastern Europe, filming was done in a munitions factory in Dalbeattiemarker, in a forest near Castle Douglasmarker, and in the Glasgow Film City studio complex in the Govanmarker area of Glasgow. Filming began in January 2007.

Sony Pictures bought distribution rights to the film for £1.2 million. Sony released it directly to DVD in the USA on March 11 2008. Following favourable reviews, the film will be exhibited theatrically across Europe. The film's European premiere will be a gala showing as part of the Dumfries Film Festival
on the 3rd of May, followed by limited distribution to 130 UK cinemas.

The producers are planning a sequel: Outpost II: Black Sun. The sequel has been granted £25,000 of funding from Dumfries and Galloway Council.


In a seedy bar in a town ravaged by war, mysterious businessman Hunt (Julian Wadham) hires mercenary and former Royal Marine D.C. (Ray Stevenson) to assemble a crack team of ex-soldiers (Richard Brake, Paul Blair, Enoch Frost, Julian Rivett, and Michael Smiley) to protect him on a dangerous journey into no-man's land. Their mission is to scope out an old military bunker in Eastern Europe. It should be easy – 48 hours at the most. Lots of cash for little risk. Or so he says...

Once at the outpost, the men make a horrific discovery that turns their mission on its head – the scene of a bloody and gruesome series of experiments, carried out by the SSmarker in Reality shifting and Reanimation during World War II to create invincible soldiers. (See Die Glocke) Amidst the carnage, they find a survivor (Johnny Meres).

At night suddenly the clearing around the bunker is lit up, and silhouettes of people are seen amongst the light. Soon after a member of their team called Tak goes missing and he is gruesomely killed by an unseen foe. Later the same night another member of the team is killed by two Nazis. The next morning his and Tak's dead bodies are found linked together by the head, and Tak's containing a spent round in his skull. D.C. receives answers regarding the assignment from Hunt, which was that an un-named corporation wanted Hunt to find and recover a large generator-like device which was responsible for the SS's reality-shifting experiments. It is revealed that the survivor the mercenaries recovered was actually a surviving SS brigadier general, with Prior killing the officer, unaware that he has rejoined the ranks of the undead army. The mercenaries and Hunt attempt to evacuate the outpost only to be killed by the undead German army.

A second corporate team arrives 72 hours later to carry out the same assignment, only to "find a breather" among the piles of naked corpses and face the illuminated soldiers surrounding the bunker, presumably leaving them to be met with a similar fate to that of the first team shortly before the credits roll.


Actor Role
Ray Stevenson DC - ex-British Royal Marine commander
Julian Wadham Hunt
Richard Brake Prior - ex-U.S Marine
Paul Blair Jordan - ex-British Paratrooper
Brett Fancy Taktarov - ex-Russian Spetsnaz
Enoch Frost Cotter - ex-Belgian Peacekeeper
Julian Rivett Wojtek - ex-Yugoslav military
Michael Smiley McKay - Scottish ex-Legionnaire
Johnny Meres The Breather (Brigadeführer)


Teaser poster for Outpost 2: Black Sun
A sequel, entitled Outpost II: Black Sun, is currently in the works. The film will be written by Steve Barker and Rae Brunton while Barker will return as director.


  1. "Govan zombies taste film success", BBC News website, 16 April 2008
  2. Document : Film Premiere Comes to Dumfries, Dumfries and Galloway council website, 16th April 2008
  3. "May programme", Robert Burns Centre Film Theatre website
  4. "ContentFilm picks up horror sequel Outpost II", ScreenDaily website, 19 May 2009

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