Berlin 1945, in an underground bunker shielded from the war, the would-be world dictator took a coward’s way out and shot himself in the head rather than face his crimes. Sadly, this supposed example of masculinity and human superiority which… Read More ›
World War II
Open Dialogue with “Wolf Hound” director Michael B. Chait.
Michael B. Chait is the director and producer for the World War II “What If” action-epic-drama Wolf Hound. On this episode of Open Dialogue, he shares behind the scenes stories of the making of this film. He offers which actor… Read More ›
“Hell Hath No Fury” Blu-ray Giveaway
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 ›
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 ›
“Ghosts of War” is a solid haunted house movie set during World War II.
We all love a good World War II movie. Saving Private Ryan, Hacksaw Ridge, heck, you could even count Captain America: The First Avenger as a great World War II movie. World War II movies have a great way of striking so much emotion,… Read More ›
Historical fiction drama “Greyhound” tells a WWII story that’s significant today.
Perseverance is the key to survival. We’re not just talking evolution here, but the willingness to push-back against any obstacles made by man or nature. In the case of the film Greyhound by director Aaron Schneider (Get Low), working from… Read More ›
“Mr. Jones” wonderfully captures a journalist’s perspective pre-WWII.
World War II movies are Hollywood’s chance to tell something bold, but to also provide a history lesson that audiences might not have been aware of when they were in history class. There’s been a great list of World War… Read More ›
“The Spy Behind Home Plate” explores baseball player Moe Berg’s life as a spy during World War II.
The new documentary The Spy Behind Home Plate, written, directed, and produced by Aviva Kempner, depicts the incredible true story of Morris “Moe” Berg, a notably successful Major League Baseball athlete who played for five different teams over the course… Read More ›
Documentary “Who Will Write Our History” examines the past as it cautions about the future.
On January 27th, 1945, the Soviet Red Army liberated those individuals the Nazis had imprisoned at Auschwitz-Birkenau, the largest concentration and death camp in operation. In recognition of that act, the United Nations established International Holocaust Remembrance Day in 2005… Read More ›
A cacophony of sound and imagery, Christopher Nolan’s ‘Dunkirk’ redefines the War film.
Ticktickticktick. A gun fires. Ticktickticktick. A bomb drops. Ticktickticktick. Sand flies and water rushes. Ticktickticktick. Time is not an ally when the enemy surrounds you from every conceivable angle. It is, however, writer/director Christopher Nolan’s (Interstellar/The Dark Knight Trilogy) plaything… Read More ›