Exclusive Interview: War is Hell- Director Jesse V Johnson Talks the WWII Epic HELL HATH NO FURY

By: John M Jerva

Action Maestro and Filmmaker Jesse V Johnson is back with the new WWII epic HELL HATH NO FURY. The movie is a powder keg of raw emotion and fierce combat action that only Jesse can deliver.

Boasting a sensational cast including Nina Bergman, Louis Mandylor and Daniel Bernhardt, HELL HATH NO FURY is a gritty and brutal character set piece infused with bloody and bombastic war action.

In this exclusive interview on The Action Fix Podcast, Jesse stops by once again to chat about the movie as well as the hot topic of gun safety on set and much, much more.

It’s Jesse V Johnson on this episode of The Action Fix Podcast! Enjoy!

A big thank you goes out to Jesse for always taking time out to stop by and chat. Another amazing interview from one of the best independent action filmmakers on the planet! Be sure to check out Hell Hath No Fury this Friday!

Leading international and indie film distributor Well Go USA Entertainment has acquired North American rights to World War II dramatic thriller Hell Hath No Fury, which will be released in select North American theaters November 5.

The film, directed by Jesse V. Johnson (Triple Threat, Avengement, The Debt Collector) and starring Nina Bergman (Doom: Annihilation, Assassin X, video game Call of Duty: Black Ops 4), is at its essence a story about one woman who single-handedly takes on the might of the German war machine, a ragtag unit of U.S. infantrymen, and the likes of the French resistance as each faction searches for a cache of gold stolen by the Nazis.

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