Set during World War I, Bunker follows a group of soldiers who find themselves trapped in a small bunker, cut off from the rest of the world. As they wait for rescue, they begin to experience strange and inexplicable occurrences, including eerie sounds, shadows that seem to move on their own and a mysterious, almost seminal substance. As time passes, tensions rise and paranoia sets in, with each man becoming increasingly suspicious of his fellow soldiers.
The unrelenting fear and terror of their situation begins to take a toll on the men, driving them to the brink of insanity as they struggle to survive the horrors of war and the malevolent that seems to be working against them. While not a specifically gay-themed film, there is some subtle homoerotic tension and imagery in this claustrophobic horror flick from writer Michael Huntsman and director Adrian Langley.
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