A World War I horror film about an ungodly presence proves that war really is hell


Will they survive the horrors in the bunker?

A new horror film, Bunker, is set for release in 2023 and follows a group of soldiers trapped in a mysterious bunker during World War I. Unnoticed by them, a dark energy lingers in the area, causing them to slowly attack each other.

In the official trailer, several characters experience severe paranoia, especially since there is no way out and they don’t know how long they will stay there. One person even says, “Something sick is happening here. Something Corrupt,” suggesting that another force is at work in this spooky place.


It stars Luke Baines (The Girl in the Photographs) as Kurt, Kayla Radomski (More Beautiful for Having Been Broken) as Griever, Sean Cullen (She Said) as Captain Hall and Eddie Ramos (Animal Kingdom) as Segura. Also joining the cast is Roger Clark, best known for his voice work as Arthur Morgan in the hit game Red Dead Redemption II.

Bunker is Adrian Langley’s directorial debut, with previous projects focusing on cinematography. Michael Huntsman is another crew member who starts this film as a writer for the horrifying horror story. According to IMDB, the film could have an alternative title in other markets, promoted in the UK as The Fallen. The exact reason for this alleged change is unclear, although it’s worth noting that there’s no shortage of existing films sharing the original title.

If you want to see Bunker, you can expect it to be released on March 10th, but that date is subject to change. For more horror content, check out the latest news on a classic 80’s horror film, Evil Dead Rises, a long-awaited sequel to a hit horror franchise, and M3GAN.

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Isaiah Colbert

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