The Man with the Iron Heart. If you've read Laurent Binet's book, HHhH, this is an attempt to film the more straightforward bits, mostly amounting to The Military Career and Death of Reinhard Heydrich. After chairing the Wannsee Conference and generally being a huge piece of shit, Heydrich ended up in charge of a portion of stolen Czechoslovakia, and the Czechoslovakian government in exile, with the aid of the British SOE, had him killed. The film pulls no punches, and shows the torture and mass murders that followed Heydrich's death, the Nazis not exactly being all smiles and sunshine. While the church shootout may not be as Hollywood as Anthropoid's, the film as a whole is much better, even though it's a shame it's not really a detailed film about Heydrich alone, nor is it a real attempt to adapt HHhH, which in fairness would be very difficult and likely not commercially viable. Some excellent, surprising cast choices, including Stephen Graham as Himmler and Mia Wasikowska in quite a small part.
Heydrich also had a death camp posthumously named after him. What a cunt.
I've seen Get Out several times, including watching it with Peele's commentary, and only now do I realise the comedic Racist Dad is in fact Bradley Whitford who had such a marvellous comedic turn in Cabin in the Woods:
I finally recognised him purely via his voice. I blame the beard in Get Out.