Trailer for Military Action Movie “Battle For Saipan” Starring Casper Van Dien
by Alex Billington
October 28, 2022
“As surgeons, we don’t arm ourselves in battle. » But of course, he must defend himself! Saban Films has revealed an official trailer for a military action movie titled Battle for Saipan, based on the true story of the real “Battle of Saipan” during World War II. The film is set to open later in November, if anyone is curious to watch it. The Battle of Saipan was a battle of the Pacific Campaign fought on the island of Saipan in the Mariana Islands in 1944. The United States had invaded the island in June, taking over to use it as a strategic point to advance to Japan. But the Japanese on the island pushed back. The film features an attack on American soldiers in early July, following a surgeon who defends a hospital against Japanese soldiers. The film’s cast includes Casper Van Dien, Jeff Fahey, Louis Mandylor, Jennifer Wenger, Devanny Pinn, Natalia Nikolaeva, Eoin O’Brienand Josh Riley. The funniest thing about this chauvinistic war flick is Casper Van Dien, who usually plays the badass, playing the sensitive surgeon this time around.
Here is the official trailer (+ poster) of Brandon Slagle’s Battle for Saipandirectly from YouTube:
Casper Van Dien (Alita: Battle Angel) and Louis Mandylor (Rambo: Last Blood) star in this epic WWII action thriller. On July 7, 1944, a US Army hospital on the remote island of Saipan was overrun by Japanese forces in a relentless attack. Overwhelmed and surrounded by the enemy, a lone medic (Van Dien) pulls out all the stops to lead a band of wounded warriors to safety. Battle for Saipan is written and directed by American B-movie director/actor/musician Brandon Slagledirector of many other genre films including The dark avengers, Subject 87, Area 51 Confidential, The haunting of the black dahlia, Dead Sea, Manson House, Escape Ensenada, Cross, Dawn, The attack of the unknownand Freeze previously. Produced by Daemon Hillin. Saban Films will debut Battle for Saipan in select US theaters + on VOD from November 25, 2022 this autumn. Is anyone interested?