1969 is a vacuous anti-war film that is undermined by weaknesses of plot, script, and direction.
Pork Chop Hill is the quintessential “war is hell” film that conveys the brutal nature of warfare with graphic depictions of death and destruction.
Back to 1942 (一九四二) is a beautifully filmed epic that tells the story of China’s devastating wartime famine in Henan.
For its 30th Anniversary, StudioCanal release the powerful, Award-winning drama The Killing Fields onto Blu-ray
The original cinematic version of Hemingway’s war romance A Farewell to Arms gets a strong HD release on Blu-ray from the BFI
Amen. offers a powerful look at the issue of who knew what and when about the Nazi’s Final Solution during World War II
Journalist Sebastian Junger revisits Restrepo in Korengal but doesn’t offer anything new.
Lone Survivor is an intense wartime film for its generation and a top-notch Blu-ray release.
A gorgeous World War II epic from the Russian perspective, Stalingrad is a treat for the home theatre.
A taut WW II drama, Home of the Brave tackles the nasty issue of racism and comes out on top.