Jovan Adepo (left) and Dominic Applewhite play World War II soldiers fighting Nazu zombies in “Overlord.” (Paramount Pictures)

Jovan Adepo (left) and Dominic Applewhite play World War II soldiers fighting Nazu zombies in “Overlord.” (Paramount Pictures)

‘Overlord’: WWII genre gets the B-movie splatterfest treatment

This loud and very violent flick proves that the only thing worse than a Nazi is an undead Nazi.

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