Science fiction often takes war as a metaphor, as an allegory or just medium to reaveal what is inside of the people.
American special forces taking part in Moldovan War are faced with the enemy they did not expected - their electronic goggles have recorded ghost-like figures lurking in the devastated city of Chisinau.
The film tells the story of atomic holocaust Earth and the last months of his life in Australia, which arrives later than radioactive cloud.
During World War I British platoon discovers abandoned German trenches, but what awaits them there is far worst than enemy soldiers.
New US Navy weapon - an unmanned jet fighter - proves to be very valuable during the combat, but there are two sides to every coin.
During naval exercise near Hawaii alien objects land in the ocean and step by step it escalates to a full scale war.
Space marines set out on retaliation mission to enemy planet filled with insect-like creatures. The live coverage of the mission soon proves to be a fatal mistake.
Six British soldiers set out through the Scottish wilderness to take part in training mission, but what awaits them in the forest is beyond their expectations.
War films are not always showing the war per se - often the main theme is the influence of the conflict on lives of people involved, but also their families and friends. War is seldom a local thing - the trauma, the pain, the death they put their mark on people from around the world.
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