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Exclusive Bunker Clip: A Soldier Is Accused of Causing Trouble in New Horror-War Flick

Bunker is available in theaters as of February 24 from Blue Fox Entertainment.

Produced by Buffalo Filmworks and Crossroad Productions, the new horror-war movie Bunker is set to release in theaters on February 24 from Blue Fox Entertainment. It follows a group of soldiers who become trapped in a bunker during World War I, haunted by an otherworldly presence.

Roger Clark, Luke Baines, and Kayla Radomski star in Bunker, and Julian Feder, Sean Cullen, Eddie Ramos, Kevin Tanski, Quinn Moran, Patrick Moltane, Sam Huntsmane, and Mike Mihm round out the cast. It’s written by Michael Huntsman and directed by Adrian Langley.

In celebration of its release, we have an exclusive clip to premiere.

Exclusive Bunker Clip

The clip begins with a soldier standing alone in the bunker with a medic badge on his arm. He expresses disturbance, as though he has heard something sinister. The lights in the bunker flick off, and he stands in the dark. His reality becomes obscured as with the dark comes a new setting. He’s standing in a graveyard, observing tentacles that cling for the ground through a puddle in a grave. The score picks up with a loud horn that brings him back to the bunker. “Gas,” says his comrade while throwing him a mask. The horn becomes louder and louder until another soldier breaks it and accuses him of causing trouble. It’s clear that something else is the source.


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The official synopsis reads: Trapped in a bunker during World War I, a group of soldiers are faced with an ungodly presence that slowly turns them against each other. As paranoia and fear grow between them, the men experience the true hell of war.

Check out the official trailer below.

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