Space nazis attack with a Laibach OST - view the trailersPosted on 27/12/11
Now this promises to be a fun movie featuring on top a soundtrack by the Slovenian industrial music group Laibach. Iron Sky is an upcoming science-fiction comedy film around this plot: as World War II comes to an end in 1945, Hans Kammler and other German scientists make a breakthrough in anti-gravity research. From a secret base in the Antarctic, Nazi spaceships are sent to the dark side of the Moon to establish the military base "Schwarze Sonne". Their plan is to build a powerful fleet and return to conquer Earth. The film is set in the year 2018 when their descendants finally return.
For those who enjoyed the Norwegian "Dead snow" this is a must.
You can see the 3 official trailers after the jump!
Of course our friend isn't all too happy with this film...
Posted by B. Van Isacker
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