Never before has WWII been depicted with such savage glory. Never before has the futility of the battlefield seemed so exciting as in Eagles Over London. An explosive action adventure that blows any other war movie to pieces and takes no prisoners. Directed by Enzo G. Castellan, creator of the original Inglorious Bastards, and a direct influence on Quentin Tarantino, Eagles Over London is one of the most famous examples of Macaroni Combat war-sploitation. The British Army is retreating from the blood-drenched beaches of Dunkirk. But during the desperate evacuation, an elite commando squad of German SS spies infiltrates one of the troops. Posing as allies their mission is to destroy the entire radar detection system across the English coast and aid a planned bombing of London. As the deadly Luftwaffe appear upon the horizon and sirens blister the air, The Battle Of Britain begins. They must be stopped, history depends on it and guts will be spilled.