Available on VOD: 3 november 2022
Director: Ben Parker
Cast: Tom Felton (Harry Potter saga, De slag om de Schelde), Charlotte Vega (American Assassin, Another Me), Bill Milner (Dunkirk, X: First Class, Locke), Harriet Walter (Succession)

Set in the last days of WWII, BURIAL tells the fictional story of a small band of Russian soldiers, led by intelligence officer Brana Vasilyeva, tasked with trafficking the remains of Hitler back to Stalin in Russia.  En route, the unit is attacked by German ‘Werwolf’ partisans and picked off one-by-one. Brana leads her surviving comrades in a last stand to ensure their ‘cargo’ doesn’t fall into the hands of those who would see it buried, in order to hide the truth forever.

  • Clean narrative lines, top-notch production design, great acting, and Hollywood-grade cinematography and lighting elevate Burial above what might have been a forgettable schlock-fest.
  • It's brutal and exceedingly bloody, as one would expect from this kind of lean genre picture. But Burial also is packed with meaty philosophical questions about gods, monsters, and men at war, and it’s exceedingly well-executed.
  • Contains scenes of raw power, intermittently grasping greatness. The production values are excellent, and it’s visually striking.
  • A gripping, thrilling and unflinchingly gritty psychological horror film.
  • Intriguing alt-history about a struggle to capture the dictator's corpse.

Death March

Available on VOD: TBA Q4 2025
Director: Louis Mandylor
Cast: Scott Adkins (Dr. Strange, Grimsby, The Bourne Ultimatum, The Expendables 2)

James Wright is a British Wing Commander sent in on a last ditch effort mission to help the allied American and Filipino forces stave off the Japanese as they take control in the bloody Battle of Bataan and solidify their stronghold on Southeast Asia. As the sole survivor of his mission, Wright is taken prisoner and brought to a POW camp, where he is to await deployment into the "death march" across the island. When the Japanese leader of the camp, Lt. Colonel Ito, discovers that Wright was trained to fight traditionally in Tokyo prior to the war, he begins to test the prisoner’s will by forcing him to repeatedly fight for his life against Ito’s most skilled warriors. Ito grows frustrated as Wright’s spirit, nor his back can be broken, as he defies the odds against him, and stirs hope back into his fellow prisoners’ will to survive.

Enemy Lines

Available on VOD: 23 april 2020
Director: Anders Banke
Cast: Ed Westwick (Snatch TV Series, Gossip Girl), John Hannah (Overboard, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Corey Johnson (Hunter Killer, A Private War, Captain Phillips), Tom Wisdom (Avengers Endgame)

November 1943.  A British commando squad is teamed with an American officer (Ed Westwick) on a covert mission into Poland, deep behind enemy lines.   Working with the resistance they cross the harsh Polish wilderness intent on kidnapping and extracting a sought-after Polish scientist, Dr Fabian (Pawel Delag) from the Germans.
Fabian is known to hold information on secret innovations that would prove vital to the Allied efforts.
With a German hunter unit on their tail and a Russian squad also intent on kidnapping Fabian for their own ends, it becomes a race against time, that for the winners, will change the shape of the war.


Film is nog niet uitgebracht, nog geen reviews beschikbaar.

Ghosts of War

Horror, War
Available on VOD: 10 december 2020
Director: Eric Bress
Cast: Brenton Thwaites (Pirates of the Caribbean Salazar's Revenge), Theo Rossi (Sons of Anarchy, Luke Cage), Kyle Gallner (American Sniper, Jennifer's Body)

Five American soldiers assigned to hold a French Chateau near the end of World War II. This unexpected respite quickly descends into madness when they encounter a supernatural enemy more terrifying than anything seen on the battlefield.

  • This is the rare horror exercise you wish were longer.
  • One of Bress' greatest strokes comes with casting - he's collected five faces you might recognize from younger, more innocent roles, and who are compelling to see here as men who have matured rapidly due to the wartime experiences eating away at them.
  • Beautifully atmospheric, handsomely produced.
  • Ghosts of War may look like a haunted house yarn dripping with déjà vu from the outside.  Inside, there’s so much more that makes the movie impressively entertaining. 8/10.
  • Explores the madness that weighs on men who’ve done the unthinkable by trapping them in a situation where they must face their demons. Kyle Gallner delivers an appropriately haunted performance as one of the soldiers.
  • Gallner is especially memorable). It’s through these actors that we see how their characters process their pain above and below the façade created and understand why they’re incapable of looking beyond their tragic wealth of regret.

Murder Company

Available on VOD: 5 september 2024
Director: Shane Dax Taylor
Cast: Kelsey Grammer (Frasier, The Marvels), William Moseley (The Chronicles of Narnia I-III), Joe Anderson (Hercules, The Grey)

une, 1944. With the US invasion of Europe hanging in the balance, Allied commanders issued a top-secret directive that would send six men behind enemy lines to assassinate a high-value Nazi target. A mixed unit of soldiers from the 82nd Airborne, comprised of men from Easy, Able and Dog Companies, was joined by a lone member of the French Resistance. Their mission has never been officially acknowledged, and there is no record the unit ever existed. But those who were there gave it a name of its own: Murder Company. (Based on actual events).


Film is nog niet uitgebracht.

Once in the Desert

Action, War
Available on VOD: TBA Q2 2025
Director: Andrey Kravchuk
Cast: Aleksandr Robak, Sergey Borodinov, Pavel Chinaryov, Igor Gordin

Waiting for English dub.
The ancient Syrian city Palmyra has recently been liberated from ISIS. A special War Explosive Ordnance Disposal team clears the way to the city one kilometre at a time from explosives left by the terrorists. But the closer the sappers get to the center of Palmyra, the more destructive are the explosives. Tension grows between the young team Captain and the most experienced of the EOD experts. And yet, when the team falls into an ambush and the Captain is kidnapped, it's the experienced sapper who sets out for his rescue.

Resistance: 1942

Drama, War
Available on VOD: 28 april 2021
Director: Matthew Hill, Landon Johnson
Cast: Cary Elwes (The Princess Bride, Saw), Jason Patric (In the Valley of Elah, Narc, The Prince), Mira Furlan (Space Command), Judd Hirsch (Uncut Gems, A Beautiful Mind)

It's 1942, and France is under Nazi control. The Allies have been pushed off the continent, and their defeat in North Africa seems likely. The nazi's victory is nearly absolute. Deep within this heinous shadow, a man names Jacques uses a radio to broadcast a message of hope. Unbeknownst to him, the formidable Gestapo Hauptmann, Klaus Jager, has been dispatched to catch the illegal broadcast. As Klaus closes in, Jacques, his daughter Juliet, a small group of other dissidents, must learn to trust the kindness of a stranger if they are to stay ahead of their pursuer. And in the end, that trust may turn out to be the very thing that leads the hunter to his prey.

  • As written here, the ambiguous Andre – who channels Nazi money – is a much more interesting character; a kind of Oskar Schindler lite. Patric’s inscrutable performance recedes intriguingly.
  • Directors Matthew Hill & Landon Johnson, along with writer Jonah Hirsch weave an inspirational story of how the kindness of a perfect stranger can save two families from a cruel world filled with ignorance. With solid performances from the entire cast, this film works as a reminder on how you should never give in to tyranny and always go down swinging.

Spitfire Over Berlin

Available on VOD: 8 september 2022
Director: Callum Burn
Cast: Kris Saddler (War of the Worlds: The Attack), David Dobson (The Drift), Vin Hawke, Callum Burn

August 1944. With the American Eighth Air Force poised to strike over Nazi Germany, British Intelligence learns that they could be flying into a deadly trap. With only hours to spare, Flight Lieutenant Edward Barnes must fly a life and death mission over Berlin in his unarmed Spitfire to obtain photographic evidence and save the lives of 1200 Airmen. 

Reviews Spitfire Over Berlin's ambition is laudable, and the flight sequences are precise and technically accomplished.

The War Below

Available on VOD: 9 november 2021
Director: J.P. Watts
Cast: Sam Hazeldine (The Hitman's Bodyguard), Tom Goodman-Hill (The Imitation Game, Everest), Elliot James Langridge (Twist)

In the midst of the great war, Colonel "Hellfire Jack" Norton-Griffiths hatches a daring plan to break the deadly stalemate at the battle of messines.
He recruits a group of local miners to dig a tunnel underneath no man's land, from the allied trenches to the german trenches, in hopes of successfully setting off bombs from below the german line and saving the allied war effort.

  • As visually compelling as it is impressive in its character work. Hazeldine’s stoic performance is the highlight, but this is a very strong piece across the board which does not deserve to fly under the radar. A quality World War I movie.
  • Fascinating and true story.
  • A tense, personal edge of your seat story of incredible bravery in times of horror. 5/5 stars.
  • An admirable job of telling this fascinating tale.
  • Real-life account of miners recruited in the first world war to burrow beneath German lines is fascinating.
  • A fascinating Great War side story and a gritty central turn from Sam Hazeldine (Peaky Blinders)
  • Great performances and a strong emotional connection to their social and physical plight.