The Nazis set up a secret base on the moon in 1945 where they hide out and plan to return to power in 2018.
Feeling like a missed opportunity, for once a Hollywood remake might be in order.
In its favour, some of the production design is actually quite impressive given the crowd-sourced budget, but it’s not so impressive that it can distract from a one-joke script that’s been badly executed.
High on energy, bluescreen and careless acting, it's marginally more inspired and certainly more likable than Snakes on a Plane or The Human Centipede as net-spawned exploitation fodder goes, but you can safely wait for the DVD.
This Finnish-German-Australian production had the potential to be a bad taste pulpy pleasure, but lacks the nerve to go over the top. A gag about Sarah Palin becoming president was topical about two years ago, and the rest is too grimly unfunny to sustain your curiosity.
Lowballing schlock and nothing more.
Neat touches from the Reich’s swastika-shaped moonbase can’t make up for a story that runs out of steam in 20 minutes, and humour that would shame a teen.