The 25th Reich

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It's 1944, and the Third Reich is crumbling as the Allies close in on all fronts. But Hitler has a secret weapon up his sleeve - a spaceship fleet to strike back and smash the invasion of the Untermenschen! Five American GIs are stationed in the Australian outback on a top-secret mission, with only their wits and a time machine standing between them and Earth's domination under the jackboot. Can they thwart the evil Nazi plans to crush humanity and rule both space and time? Five Men. Twenty-five dimensions. One reality!


Angelo Salamanca
as Rifleman Roberto Barelli
Serge Denardo
as Sgt. Carl Weaver
Jak Wyld
as Cpl. Haywood Updike
Jim Knobeloch
as Capt. Donald O'Brian
Dan Balcaban
as Pvt. Eli Ishbak

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  • Giant Nazi robot spiders and a swarm of giant mosquitoes are two of the classic sci-fi B movie elements given a new run in this throwback from Aussie filmmaker Stephen Amis, who clearly loves the genre.

    Jun 20, 2013 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for The 25th Reich

I happen to go to film not knowing what its about nor expecting what it may be like. As it turns out its a well made modern low budget B-Movie in the tradition of the 1950s and latter day pulp novels. Theres certainly a great deal of depth with the characters incorporating them into a semifictional plot with big outrageous and quite entertaining twists and turns. The cast are great in there roles of US marines who go on the hunt for lost Puma Mascots in the Australian Bush only to be caught up with time travel and Nazi spider Robots linked to an alien they eventually caught up with. Theres simply enough entertainment through all its flaws and if viewers could disbelieve they'll have a great time with this film. So I'd say its a recommended, however you may see cheesy low budget sci-fi.

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