Tank 432

One would perhaps think that war would be terrible enough in it’s self but to mix horror and war films have been made before in films like The Bunker, Deathwatch and Outpost. Now we can add Tank 432 to the mix.

A group of mercenaries and their two prisoners take refuge from an unknown threat in an old abandoned tank. They are confused, scared and without a real knowledge of what their original mission was. Once inside, as they try to keep the evil forcesparanoia soon sets in, is the real threat already among them, locked inside with them in Tank 432?

Nick Gillespie, who previously worked as a cameraman on several of Ben Wheatley (Highrise, Kill List) films gives us an atmospheric, claustrophobic and technically perfected film with the same look and feel as his mentors. Imagine Jacob’s Ladder meets Dog Soldiers.

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