Foreign WWII Movies Worth A Damn Trifecta

City of Life and Death takes place in 1937, during the height of the Second Sino-Japanese War.

The Imperial Japanese Army has just captured the then-capital of the Republic of China, Nanjing. What followed was known as the Nanking Massacre, or the Rape of Nanking, a period of several weeks where over two-hundred thousand Chinese soldiers and civilians were killed and an estimated 20,000 chinese girls and women of all ages were raped.

Shot predominantly in Black and White with English Subtitles, this is an epic WW2 Movie that needed to be made to chronicle one of the worst wartime massacres of the 20th century.

You can watch City of Life and Death for free HERE

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Just when you thought you had seen all the worthwhile Foreign WW2 Movies, one pops up that surprises you.

This one comes out of Italy and chronicles the life of a young Italian infantry solider on the front in North Africa in 1942.

A poignant, thoughtful war movie that shows both the human and absurd side of war.

On the one hand, the Italian soldiers on the front lines were made to starve and die of thirst because the Italian High Command were sending boot polish and horses for the “triumphant entry into Alexandria” instead of sending bullets, water, medicine, replacements and rations to run Montgomery out of North Africa!

Read the full Movie Summary HERE.

For all you fellow World War Two historians, here is a LIST of the weapons shown in the movie.

El Alamein РThe Line of Fire  can be seen HERE.

(Italian with English Subs)

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A harrowing tale of survival in Post World War Two Poland.

The story centers on Rose, a Masurian woman, whose husband, a German soldier, was killed in the war, leaving her alone on their farm. A single woman had no defense against Russian soldiers who raped as a form of revenge, nor against plundering Poles who found themselves in desperate straits. The law of the jungle had replaced the rule of law. Help arrives for Rose in the form of Tadeusz, a former officer in the Polish Home Army who survived the Warsaw uprising and is attempting to hide his identity.

This is a gritty, realistic story of how the Soviet’s raped and plundered all across Eastern Europe after World War Two.

Few historians will admit that this is exactly what Hitler was trying to stop in invading Russia in 1941.

You can watch Rose on Amazon Prime.

 

Friday Foreign Movie Night

 

Set in Ireland during the Great Famine, the drama follows an Irish Ranger who has been fighting for the British Army abroad, as he abandons his post to reunite with his family. English Subtitles for the Gaelic parts.

You can watch it for free HERE.

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Throwback Movie Saturday: Ladyhawke

With the current state of movies being complete and utter SHITE I thought I would start a new thing where each Saturday we go back in time and watch a older movie together without having to worry about tranny’s, inter-racial or gay sex, multiculturalism, anti-white rhetoric, or any other type of socially degrading woke liberal politics shoved down our throats.

I will do my best to mix up the genres each week.

Being I grew up in the late 70’s, early 80’s, I am a sucker for medieval-fantasy movies like Conan, Krull, Beastmaster, etc. so this week I chose Ladyhawke from 1985 starring Rutger Hauer, Matthew Broderick and a very young and beautiful Michelle Pfeiffer.

 

You can watch Ladyhawke HERE for free.

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Feeling Like General Ripper in Dr. Strangelove Right About Now? Yeah Me Too…

I was perusing through old WW3 Movies and this by far is one of my favorites of all time.

I don’t think I have ever laughed so hard at a performance than Sterling Hayden’s portrayal of the whacked out General Ripper or Peter Sellers as the Amazing German Scientist, Dr. Strangelove (Mein Fuhrer!)

 

Best Western Movie of 2021: Old Henry

H/T to My Favorite Westerns

 

 

Real Westerns are a dime a dozen these days.

About every five years one comes along that is worth watching from a writer not influenced by the current woke agenda that seeks to inject a version of fantasy instead of history, you know the kind I am talking about: where any color other than white makes up the majority of the cast and lesbian gunslingers save the day?

Seriously, I can count on one hand the best western movies of the last decade:

  • True Grit (2010)

  • The Homesman (2014)

  • The Revenant (2015)

  • Hostiles (2017)

  • Old Henry (2021)

Starring one of my favorite actors, Tim Blake Nelson, whose body of work includes such films as O’ Brother Where Art Thou?, The Homesman and Child of God.

Old Henry is superbly written, with some down home wisdom that will make you smile.

Son: “I still don’t believe this is what you wanted; up at dawn, feeding the stock, working the crops, hot or cold, rain or shine.”

Old Henry: “You’ll discover there’s worse arrangements…”

I also really liked how the movie dived head first into the duality of the gunfighter mythos and historical reality.

I remember watching Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid (1973) when I was a youngster (which I still consider one of Sam Peckinpah’s finest works next to the The Wild Bunch (1969)¬†and I immediately got hooked on the story and mythos surrounding Billy the Kid and the Lincoln County War.

To Hell on a Fast Horse is one of the best books I have ever read on the subject of Billy the Kid, aka William Bonney, aka Henry Atrim, aka Henry McCarty.