Films: Outpost (2008), Outpost 2: Black Sun (2012), Outpost 3: Rise of the Spetsnaz (2014)
Alias: Various, notably Brigadefuhrer Gotz "The Breather"
Location: Haunted home/Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of average humans.
Summary: Don't resurrect the Nazis. Just don't. Ressurect. The Nazis. Unless of course, you happen to be a Nazi. In that case, we'd expect that of you. So do go down with them please.
History: In the closing years of WWII, the Nazis raced to find a way to craft the perfect soldier. And find a way they did. Through a massive generator-like machine, they turned the dead bodies of tested individuals of varying will into superpowered zombies/ghosts! Alas, they can only go as far as the generator can create an electromagnetic field. However, the field is spreading, giving the zombie ghosts a lot more elbow room to start the 4th Reich.
Notable Kills: A guy gets a rifle bullet casing to the eye, and two others get their heads conjoined after being killed.
Final Fate: In the end, the evil plans of the new Nazis go uninterrupted, and the machine is about to receive some important upgrades. At the same time though, there are witnesses, and NATO is about to find out the source of the undead Nazi plague...
Powers/Abilities: At least initially, these beings can phase through objects and turn invisible.
Weakness: Anything conventional, though they also cannot step beyond the bounds of the electromagnetic field.
Scariness Factor: 4-For the first movie, these ghosts are the worst! For one thing, they're Nazis, and powerful ones at that. Had they been used earlier in the war, Hitler would have undoubtedly won. However, it's slightly diminished in the sequels, in which these beings are reduced to standard zombies.
Trivia: -Although not filmed in actual Europe, the first film was mostly filmed in an abandoned Scottish munitions factory from the war.
-Like a lot of crazy things they tried, the Nazis attempted to make actual super soldiers themselves. Only they did it with drugs instead of raising the dead. Specifically, pervitin. Even the Allied Soldiers tried to get their hands on this energy-boosting drug.