Films: Zombie Lake (1981)
Location: Lake/Civilized area
Height/Weight: That of average humans.
Affiliation: Neutral, leaning on Evil
Summary: Shocking as it is, not all Nazi zombies are immediately punchable in the face. Some have their reasons for wanting to rise from the dead. Even if they were...you know...Nazis.
History: One day during the twilight years of WW2, a young Nazi soldier was nursed back to health by a kindly French villager. He would have spent the rest of his days with her had the local resistance not killed him and his men, dumping them in a place that would soon be called the Lake of the Damned. But not only did that soldier have a kid, his sheer rage alone transcends death, and has brought both him and his men back from the murky depths to wreak vengeance ten years later.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: Using the soldier's love for his daughter to their advantage, the folks lure him and his army to a mill that they immediately set fire to, killing them all.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 2-The make-up on these guys is lazy even by zombie standards. All they did was color some faces green and call it a day. There's also the sympathetic backstory that holds them back.
Trivia: -Many critics have trashed this film for being too similar in premise to 1977's "Shockwaves".
-This film had two directors, with the first stepping out after too many arguments with the producer, who took his place.