Yet Another Trailer with Nazis Attacking from the Moon in 'Iron Sky'

January 25, 2012
Source: Energia Productions

Iron Sky

"That's right. Motherf**ing space Nazis in a film called Iron Sky." That's basically all you need to know to get pumped for this film that has been in development for years now. We last saw a trailer for the film in May of 2011, and while the film doesn't yet have a U.S. distributor, as the director Timo Vuorensola says in this new half-featurette, half-trailer, the film will premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival on February 11th this year. I hope this makes it over to the U.S. because it looks like an awesome mix of Grindhouse and Starship Troopers, especially with the over-the-top voiceover all over the trailer. Watch!

Watch the Berlinale festival teaser trailer for Timo Vuorensola's Iron Sky, from YouTube:

The Nazis set up a secret moon base in 1945 where they hide out and plan a return to power in 2018.

Iron Sky is directed by Finnish filmmaker Timo Vuorensola, of only Star Wreck: In the Pirkinning, and who is also the lead singer in Finnish black metal band Älymystö. The screenplay for this was written by Johanna Sinisalo and is based on a story by Antti Hukkanen & Jarmo Puskala. They finally amassed enough money to shoot this in Finland and are currently in post-production. Visit the official website for more! The film will premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival on February 11th, but there's no U.S. release date.

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@2:02, looks like Sarah Palin. This movie might as well be "Attack of the Tea Party"

Jedibilly on Jan 25, 2012


Correction: At 2:02, looks like Sarah Palin

Billmanthy on Jan 25, 2012


something tells me that might be the joke

Armeetapus16 on Jan 25, 2012


your comments make no sense.

Anonymous on Jan 25, 2012


DUH! The Tea Party consider themselves to be Republicans and oppose what Obama is trying to do.  They are abusive, derogatory and even racists. Enough said!

jedibilly on Jan 26, 2012


This will make sense to your little calculator:

Potterwiz on Jan 26, 2012


it makes no sense because this is a MOVIE site - comments should be on MOVIES - NOT on your own twisted political rhetoric. i couldn't care less about your political views. why not try staying on topic.

Anonymous on Jan 26, 2012


Yes, yes, a thousand times yes!

Cracky on Jan 25, 2012



Anonymous on Jan 25, 2012


Looks like pure orgasm to me.

Anonymous on Jan 25, 2012


Haha will be seeing this. Though their choice of opening venues? I know that it may seem appropriate, but I also know of a few German students who do not even like to speak about the Nazi regime in their country's history. Not that you should feign away from raising a little fervor or upsetting someone just to be politically correct all the time, but this is an especially sensitive subject for some...

Anonymous on Jan 25, 2012


I was thinking the same thing and laughing at the choice of venue, but just like South Park pointed out that there is an expiration date when you can start making jokes about horrible events.

Dirty Dutchman on Jan 26, 2012


WOW! Awesome, can't FUC***ing wait!

Waheed AlQawasmi on Jan 25, 2012


Intercontinental ballistic nukes=this movies gonna be short.

Cody W. on Jan 25, 2012


About damn time! I was starting to think I'd never hear about this again. Been waiting for any info since the trailer last year. Cannot wait!

grimjob on Jan 25, 2012


Well if we couldn't get Worst Case Scenario, this could certainly make up for it. Been waiting awhile and it looks like it may be worth the wait.

norm on Jan 25, 2012


it's space nazis............i'm in.

Anonymous on Jan 25, 2012


I think I expected this movie to look more B quality. This actually looks pretty cool and funny. Udo Kier playing with models got a chuckle outta me. haha

Thavius on Jan 25, 2012


So Stoked

Anonymous on Jan 26, 2012


Can't wait to see the movie in the local theatre. Also: Who the fuck came up with the idea of calling Älymystö "black metal"? They're pure industrial/ambient with a heavily psychedelic note (If you throw BM into the mix, though, you get Oranssi Pazuzu, which are just as awesome).

TΛPETRVE on Jan 26, 2012


Definitely going to see this. I hope I can get tickets to the screening tour they're doing here in Finland, would be nice to meet the makers too. 🙂

D6 on Jan 26, 2012


It does look pretty funny. It is against the law to display Swastika's anywhere in Germany though, so it might be a bit tough putting up posters. Berlin is pretty liberal these days, it's a decent place for beers and partying. Just don't mention the war.

Crapola on Jan 26, 2012

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