Action director Jesse V. Johnson (Triple Threat; Avengement) explores the true story of WWII resistance fighter Marie DuJardin in his new film Hell Hath No Fury. If you missed it during the theatrical release in November, you can enjoy this nail-biting… Read More ›
Hell Hath No Fury
The Cine-Men, Episode 57 – Favorite Cliffhangers.
In our last Cine-Men episode, Darryl and I discussed our favorite cinematic endings. We decided to take it a step further by discussing our favorite cliffhangers. You know the ones: the endings that leave us with our jaws on the… Read More ›
A Conversation with “Hell Hath No Fury” director Jesse V. Johnson.
In this conversation, EoM contributor Thomas Manning speaks with director Jesse V. Johnson about his new World War II action drama Hell Hath No Fury, from Well Go USA Entertainment. During the interview, Johnson takes a deep dive into his… Read More ›
“Hell Hath No Fury” but it has a long memory and a demand for justice.
The reason why such great offense is taken when the Holocaust is invoked regarding any potential inconvenience (re: not injustice) is multi-layered and complex. The folks trying to make the connection are trying to attribute, for example, the wearing of… Read More ›