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Cine-Suggestion n.120 – “Iron Sky” di Timo Vuorensola (2012) 32 more words

Iron Sky (2012)

The first time I watched the completely irreverent Iron Sky, I was in a lovely independent cinema in Munich – which, being home to any number of Nazi atrocities in its day, seemed a particularly appropriate, albeit sombre, location to be watching a movie about… uh, Nazis returning to conquer Earth from their secret hideout on the dark side of the moon. 656 more words


Iron Sky

This looks like a wonderfully campy B-Movie… At least I hope it doesn’t take itself too seriously. That’s the only way a movie with this kind of plot will work. 81 more words


Iron Sky (2012)

There can be few premises quite as exquisite as the one mooted by Iron Sky. 1945 and with the Third Reich on the verge of collapse, the last vestiges of the Nazi party flee earth to establish a base on the dark side of the moon, waiting patiently for the perfect moment to return to Earth and restore Nationalsozialismus. 645 more words


Jarv’s Schlock Vault Special: Iron Sky

Nazis? They’re the only people we ever beat in a fair fight

Oh yes. Oh yes my pretties. We have waited. We have kept the faith. 1,702 more words


Iron Sky (2012)

It’s 2018, and the President of the United States (Stephanie Paul) has sent a black man to the moon as publicity for the upcoming election. Once there, James Washington (Christopher Kirby) is captured by Nazis that have been hiding out on the dark side of the moon since the end of World War II. 583 more words

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