Hebrew Hammer vs. Hitler

Hebrew Hammer vs. Hitler

From the creator of the cult classic “The Hebrew Hammer” comes the sequel “The Hebrew Hammer vs. Hitler”

From the creator of the cult classic “The Hebrew Hammer” comes the sequel “The Hebrew Hammer vs. Hitler”


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Isn’t it time for a holiday movie that involves a holiday other than Christmas? What about Hanukkah and Kwanzaa? And, what about a Jewish superhero too?

Well, those are questions filmmaker Jonathan Kesselman had as well. So, he created an answer to them - he wrote and directed The Hebrew Hammer. The Hebrew Hammer is a comedy film that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2003 and has since been sold to Comedy Central and become a cult classic. Starring Adam Goldberg and Judy Greer, The Hebrew Hammer follows Mordechai Jefferson Carver (Goldberg) in his fight to save Hanukkah and Kwanzaa from Santa’s evil son intent on destroying both. Oy vey! Aided by the daughter of the Chief of the Jewish Justice League (Greer) and the Kwanzaa Liberation Front’s leader, the three work together to save their holidays and destroy the evil son of Santa.

Fast forward to more than a decade later, and Kesselman is bringing the Hammer back in The Hebrew Hammer vs. Hitler. Featuring much of the original cast (including Goldberg and Greer), the sequel adds a time traveling twist that leads the Hammer to fighting the ultimate villain -- Hitler himself. With Jesus joining Himmler in his fight against Hitler, the film sounds like something that just might be worth grabbing a bottle of Manischewitz and inviting some of your favorite mensches to go check out.

The fact that Goldberg and Kesselman signed on for a second film says a lot. Neither are small fish in Hollywood, and their faith in this film -- and its message -- is pretty solid. And, If you have the chutzpah to invest, you could be eligible for perks that range from a signed poster to being an extra in a scene (Mazel Tov!). You’ll also help expand the options and films out there for holiday movies, and after watching A Christmas Story for the 100th time on repeat, we can all agree that wouldn’t hurt. So, as the Hammer himself would say - Shabbat Shalom motherfu**er. Let’s do this - let’s save history (through a fictional film) together.

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