I love zombie movies - I've seen a lot of them, and I can safely say that this is the worst I've seen. I don't mind bad acting, bad dialog, or even a ridiculous story line; but one thing I hate when it comes to a zombie movie is for it to be completely boring and nearly bloodless. I mean this movie was directed by Joel M. Reed, who directed the spectacularly splattery BLOODSUCKING FREAKS. Was it too much to ask for him to add some more zombie flesh-eating and gore to liven things up a little (pun intended). The plot (as it were) concerns a group of investigators searching for the bodies of missing soldiers. They encounter a group of undead WWII soldiers who've apparently been kept alive by some chemical. There's no point going into the plot any further - don't waste your time on this movie. There are better WWII zombie films out there - Ken Weiderhorn's SHOCK WAVES for example. Hell, even Jean Rollin's ZOMBIE LAKE and Jess Franco's completely inept OASIS OF THE ZOMBIES are much better than this dreck. And don't confuse this movie with Bruno Mattei's highly entertaining and gory NIGHT OF THE ZOMBIES (aka HELL OF THE LIVING DEAD). I'll end this review with one positive thing about the movie - if you suffer from insomnia forget about Lunesta, just pop in this movie and in no time you'll be snoozzzzzzing.