HELL HATH NO FURY(Blu-ray Review)
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Review by Tiger the Terrible😼
During World War II, Nazi officer Von Bruckner (Daniel Bernhardt) and his French girlfriend, Marie (Nine Bergman), plan on escaping France with bag of stolen gold. However, as the war is nearing its end, Marie is branded as a traitor to her country. She’s later “rescued” by a rogue group of American soldiers with an agenda: They expect her to lead them to the stolen gold, which is hidden somewhere in a country cemetery.
Led by cold-blooded Major Maitand (Louis Mandylor), these soldiers are motivated by pure greed - no matter the collateral damage - while flashbacks reveal Marie isn’t quite who she seems. Meanwhile, the soldiers engage in bloody skirmishes with members of the French Resistance, as well as an approaching Nazi troop led by Von Bruckner, previously assumed to be dead.
Hell Hath No Fury is the latest film by prolific stuntman-turned-director Jesse Johnson, probably best-known for his frequent collaborations with B-movie action hero Scott Adkins. This one is something of a departure from his other work. While the film certainly features bouts of brutal, bloody action - once again vividly depicted on a limited budget - there’s a greater emphasis on the story, bleak tone and backgrounds of its characters.
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