Finally we get the recognition we deserve with the thrilling tale of daily life here at the Outpost coming to cinema screens, blockbuster style!
Gasp as I drink too much and fall over once again. Cling to the edge of seat with Macleod as he wonders if Glasgow Celtic will win yet another league title (spoiler: they do, always!). Join eBob Jr on his heartwarming transformation from a very special little boy into the powerhouse director of Rose & Robocop he is today. Finally solve the mystery behind the strange noises coming from Run’s quarters when he’s putting together another Celluloid Sirens column!
Featuring special bonus behind the scenes footage showing exactly what goes on in Drunken Yoda’s studio when he’s not making videos for us.
You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you may even discover what the hell is going on in Knitting Knerd’s head when she watches a Disney movie! On the non-stop adventure that is life at The Last Movie Outpost…
…wait. OK, apparently it’s not us. We are not being immortalised on film. I read the headlines and got over excited again. It must be the wine.
According to that nice fellow over at Dark Horizons this is nothing to do with your favorite online movie, TV and general crap posting website. It’s about another Outpost.
Based on a true story, the real men behind the story of The Outpost sound even braver than our resident Scotsman after a few pints of whisky. It is based on Jake Tapper’s best-selling non-fiction book and details the exploits of Bravo Troop 3-61 CAV during an attack on their base in 2009 by more than 400 Taliban insurgents. This was the Battle of Kamdesh in the Afghanistan War and led to the unit becoming one of the most decorated of the entire war.
The Scott Eastwood and Orlando Bloom-led movie has been given a July 2nd theatrical release. The plan is a specialised 500 screen release, before a traditional big screen run.
It joins the Russell Crowe thriller Unhinged as one of the first releases to hit theatres post lockdown. The Outpost screenings will include a special introduction from cast members and behind-the-scenes footage.
Rod Lurie directs a cast that also includes Caleb Landry Jones, Jack Kesy, Taylor John Smith, Jacob Scipio, and Milo Gibson.