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6 Degrees Entertainment

'101st: A-Company'
(Apple Lee, Carly Kingston, Jamin Watson, Jeremiah Grace, Jerry L. Buxbaum, et al / DVD / NR / 2014 / Inception Media Goup)

Overview: It's Poland, 1944. Called up by FDR to carry out a top-secret rescue mission, a daring team of Special Forces soldiers quickly find themselves trapped deep behind enemy lines. With no evacuation and no escape options, the furious bastards are forced to cooperate and utilize their unique talents to battle super-soldier Nazis, save some local virgins, and storm a remote occult Nazi science lab to literally stop Hell from boiling over!

DVD Verdict: The "story" goes that in 1944 an FDR impersonator (Brendan Burke) orders a small group of soldiers to extract a mole, Claudia (Carly Kingston) from a Nazi run demonic research center in Poland.

Yup, that's pretty much the basis for this up-and-at-'em film that winks at itself throughout - luckily! Indeed, Eli Dorsey - who wrote and directed this film - was obviously influenced by all those late night drive-in movie screenings as a kid as this could easily have been found up on one of those gigantic screens back in the day.

Chock full of cheesy lines, bad acting, awesomely staged fighting (primarily in the woods, for some strange reason), some "demons," and, of course en masse of killings galore, '101st: A-Company' is as good as you truly wish/want/need it to be. This is a Widescreen Presentation (1.78:1) enhanced for 16x9 TVs.