This SOV suffers from the usual problems that plague zero-budgeters like extraneous padding, stiff acting, and wooden dialogue. Still, it's all inoffensive since none of it comes off as pretentious. If one willing to forgive and understand the extreme hardships of low budget filmmaking, you can tell everyone genuinely tried to produce something decent. That goes a long way and some of the insulting levels of criticism lobbed Maplewoods' way are unwarranted, like this gem of snobbery:
Really? Well anyway, late last year the feature was finally picked up by (the dreaded) Brain Damage Films and Point Blank (in the U.K.) for video distribution. The prior self-released DVD was bare-boned with a non-anamorphic transfer. At least Brain Damage's U.S. disc, retitled Operation: Nazi Zombies, appears to be anamorphic with a commentary track and deleted scenes (BD's website also lists an alternate ending). I haven't picked up either of the new releases, but I'd recommend giving this one a chance if you happen upon it cheap. You can check out the new trailer here.