Outpost: Black Sun is a 2012 British science fiction horror film directed by Steve Barker and starring Ray Stevenson, Richard Brake, and Julian Wadham. The film tells the story of a group of Nazi soldiers who are sent to a remote outpost to investigate strange activity, only to find themselves being hunted by an unknown force.
The film is well-acted and well-directed, and features some truly chilling moments. The setting is effectively eerie and the creature design is excellent. However, the film suffers from a number of pacing and logic issues, and ultimately feels like a missed opportunity.
Despite its flaws, Outpost: Black Sun is a solid horror film that is worth checking out. It’s atmospheric, creepy, and features some great practical effects.
In the near future, a powerful energy source is discovered deep within the Earth. A team of scientists, led by Dr. Julia Wilcox (Catherine Walker), are sent to investigate this new energy source. However, they soon discover that the energy source is actually a black hole that is growing larger and more powerful.
As the black hole grows, it begins to emit a strange black light that causes people to become insane and violent. The team of scientists must find a way to stop the black hole from growing any larger, before it destroys the entire planet.
Outpost: Black Sun is a 2012 British science fiction film directed by Steve Barker and starring Catherine Walker, Richard Coyle, and Johnny Harris.
Director: Steve Barker
Writer: Rae Brunton, Paul Hyett, and Steve Barker
Actors: Catherine Walker, Richard Coyle, and Billy Murray
Release Year: 2012