SF Studios and 27 Films released the latest trailer for Iron Sky 2: The Coming Race, which sees a rag-tag group of humans from a moon base attempting to trek to Earth in order to save humanity from mutant Nazi dinosaurs.
The movie takes place after the events of the previous Iron Sky, where humanity is on the brink of extinction living on the dilapidated Nazi base on the moon. The main character, a halfie, is desperate to save her mother and will journey to the very core of the Earth do so. That’s basically what the main character and her small crew of misfits end up doing as they battle against Nazis, bandits, outlanders, and dinosaurs while maneuvering through a post-apocalyptic Earth in a flying saucer.
The movie is as completely over-the-top and as ridiculous as it sounds. You can check out the latest trailer below.
The main heroine seems to tick a few boxes on the diversity checklist, but her story more or less seems to be grounded within the film’s reality. She’s not trying to be a man or fight on the frontlines of a sci-fi war. Instead she’s just trying to find a cure and save her mother, which makes her appear as more admirable hero than the typical Mary Sues populating most of movie media and television shows these days. But since she’s a halfie you can readily expect the Leftist media to reflexively shower her and her performance with automatic praise, almost like how violent criminals automatically start raping and killing once they get across the border into Sweden, Britain and Germany.
Nevertheless, to be a low-budget passion project the special effects are also fairly on point. It reminds me a little bit of Joss Whedon’s Serenity, back before he outed himself as the soft-skin preying feminist perv that he is.
As far as casting is concerned there’s no one in the film that you’ll readily recognize other than Udo Kier, who attempts to bring some name recognition to the casting palate.
Iron Sky 2: The Coming Race is actually due out on January 16th, 2019 so it’s just weeks away from release.
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