Britain has an interesting track record with military-themed horror films. From Neil Marshall’s Dog Soldiers to Michael J. Bassett’s Death Observer, it’s always a blast to witness the hardened fate of the war against the enemies of the other world and the unjust. British director Nick Gillespie continues this fun trend with second-rate bulldog Belly of the Bulldog (previously titled Tank 432).
Bulldog’s belly, Rupert Evans, Deirdre Mullins, Michael Smiley, Steve Garry, and a series of mercenaries and human cargoes, posted a community battle trapped in an abandoned tank after being followed by a mysterious figure. As the boundaries begin to wander, unfortunate wealthy soldiers slowly realize that it is more important than fulfilling their duties.