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List of Notable Swords & Sorcery Fantasy Movies: the good & the bad, the best & the worst.

Posted by Harbinger451 on January 2, 2022

The Horror of it All CategoryNotable Swords and Sorcery Fantasy Movies: the good and the bad, the best and the worst.

As far as this list is concerned, the Sword and Sorcery film genre includes heroic, epic or dark fantasies taking place in a (mostly) pre-industrialised, historical or pseudo-historical setting. They must be tales of high adventure and (generally) feature magical, mythical or supernatural beasts, beings or occurrences. Films on this list may occasionally cross over into horror and, to a lesser extent, science fiction, but they will remain at heart a fantasy. I make no apologies for including some biblical movies that fit the criteria. I don’t care what anyone says; the Old Testament stories especially are just as much a fantasy as Greek, Roman, Norse or any other myth.

Jason and the Agronauts (1963) 02

Jason and the Agronauts (1963). A classic old-school fantasy movie if ever there was one.

I won’t be including animated movies and those overly targeted at younger children because, well, I’m just not interested in them. I like my fantasy to be live-action and as “realistic”, visually and tonally, as possible. I want to see fantastic things that convince me of their reality or are at least convincing enough to allow for the suspension of disbelief within the confines or context of a movie.

Admittedly, that might be quite a stretch for many of these movies, especially considering the meagre resources available to most fantasy productions over the years. So, I’m very appreciative of the flicks that can, or at least try to, transcend the limitations of their available technology, time and budget to fashion as convincing a fantasy as they could muster. I can also appreciate the glorious failures in this regard and those that are “so bad they’re good” because they’ve gone so far beyond simple ineptitude and have accidentally strayed into outright farse … believe me, there will be plenty of those. Besides the theatrical releases, this list will include TV movies and those released directly to home-video or streaming services, as well as some select TV series.

I intend on reviewing every one of the films/shows listed below as and when I get to them. If all goes to plan, each entry on the list will ultimately link to a review post. Those titles prefixed by a * are the movies I have somehow missed (or forgotten) in my long life of viewing motion pictures and are essentially in my “to-be-watched” pile, so long as I can source a copy of them.

Excalibur (1981)

1981’s Excalibur was one of the big budget fantasy movie hits that heralded a boon for, and boom in, sword and sorcery flics during the 1980s.

List of notable Swords and Sorcery Fantasy Movies:

The Golem (Paul Wegener/Carl Boese, Weimar Republic, 1921)
* The Ten Commandments (Cecil B. DeMille, USA, 1923) [First 50 mins only]
* Die Nibelungen (Fritz Lang, Weimar Republic, 1924)
* The Thief of Bagdad (Raoul Walsh, USA, 1924)
The Thief of Bagdad (Michael Powell/Ludwig Berger/Tim Whelan, UK, 1940)
* The Iron Crown (Alessandro Blasetti, Italy, 1941)
* Kashchey the Immortal (Aleksandr Rou, USSR, 1945)
Samson and Delilah (Cecil B. DeMille, USA, 1949)
* The Magic Sword (Vojislav Nanović, Yugoslavia, 1950)
Knights of the Round Table (Richard Thorpe, UK/USA, 1953)
* Prince Valiant (Henry Hathaway, USA, 1954)
Ulysses (Mario Camerini, Italy/France/USA, 1954)
Helen of Troy (Robert Wise, Italy/France/USA, 1956)
* Ilya Muromets (Aleksandr Ptushko, USSR, 1956)
The Ten Commandments (Cecil B. DeMille, USA, 1956)
* Torawakamaru, the Koga Ninja (Tadashi Sawashima, Japan, 1957)
* Hercules (Pietro Francisci, Italy, 1958)
The Vikings (Richard Fleischer, USA, 1958)
The 7th Voyage of Sinbad (Nathan H. Juran, USA, 1958)
* Hercules Unchained (Pietro Francisci, France/Italy, 1959)
* Minotaur, the Wild Beast of Crete (Silvio Amadio, Italy, 1960)
* Hercules in the Haunted World (Mario Bava, Italy, 1961)
* The Thief of Baghdad (Arthur Lubin, Italy/France/USA, 1961)
* The Trojan Horse (Giorgio Ferroni, Italy/France/Yugoslavia, 1961)
* Duel of the Titans (Sergio Corbucci, Italy/France, 1961)
The Magic Sword (Bert I. Gordon, USA, 1962)
Jack the Giant Killer (Nathan H. Juran, USA, 1962)
* The Avenger (Giorgio Venturini, Italy/France/Yugoslavia, 1962)
Lancelot and Guinevere (Cornel Wilde, UK, 1963)
Jason and the Argonauts (Don Chaffey, UK/USA, 1963) REVIEWED
The Gorgon (Terence Fisher, UK, 1964)
* The Magic Serpent (Tetsuya Yamanouchi, Japan, 1966)
* Die Nibelungen (Harald Reinl, West Germany, 1966-67)
Viy (Konstantin Yershov/Georgi Kropachyov, USSR, 1967)
* Ruslan and Ludmila (Aleksandr Ptushko, USSR, 1972)
Gawain and the Green Knight (Stephen Weeks, UK, 1973)
The Golden Voyage of Sinbad (Gordon Hessler, UK/USA, 1973)
Captain Kronos – Vampire Hunter (Brian Clemens, UK, 1974)
Monty Python and the Holy Grail (Terry Gilliam/Terry Jones, UK, 1975)
Jabberwocky (Terry Gilliam, UK, 1977)
Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger (Sam Wanamaker, UK/USA, 1977)
The Thief of Baghdad (Clive Donner, France/UK, 1978)
Saiyūki AKA Monkey (Wu Cheng’en, Japan, 1978-80) [TV Series]
Arabian Adventure (Kevin Connor, UK, 1979)
Hawk the Slayer (Terry Marcel, UK, 1980) REVIEWED
Encounters of the Spooky Kind (Sammo Hung, Hong Kong, 1980)
Excalibur (John Boorman, UK/USA, 1981)
The Archer: Fugative from the Empire (Nicholas J. Corea, USA, 1981) [TV Movie] REVIEWED
Clash of the Titans (Desmond Davis, UK/USA, 1981) REVIEWED
Time Bandits (Terry Gilliam, UK, 1981)
Dragonslayer (Matthew Robbins, UK/USA, 1981)
Conan the Barbarian (John Milius, USA, 1982)
The Sword and the Sorcerer (Albert Pyun, USA, 1982)
Sorceress (Jack Hill, USA/Mexico, 1982)
* The Miracle Fighters (Yuen Woo-ping, Hong Kong, 1982)
The Beastmaster (Don Coscarelli, USA/West Germany, 1982)
* Gunan, King of the Barbarians (Franco Prosperi, Italy, 1982)
* Ator, The Fighting Eagle (Joe D’Amato, Italy, 1982)
* Sangraal: Sword of the Barbarians (Michele Massimo Tarantini, Italy, 1982)
Zu Warriors from the Magic Mountain (Tsui Hark, Hong Kong, 1983)
* Thor the Conqueror (Tonino Ricci, Italy, 1983)
* The Throne of Fire (Franco Prosperi, Italy, 1983)
Krull (Peter Yates, UK/USA, 1983)
* Hundra (Matt Cimber, Italy/Spain/USA, 1983)
Deathstalker (James Sbardellati, Argentina/USA, 1983) REVIEWED
* Conquest (Lucio Fulci, Italy/Spain/Mexico, 1983)
* Hercules (Luigi Cozzi, Italy/USA, 1983)
* Hearts and Armour (Giacomo Battiato, Italy, 1983)
Conan the Destroyer (Richard Fleischer, USA, 1984)
The Warrior and the Sorceress (John C. Broderick, Argentina/USA, 1984)
* Ator 2: The Blade Master (Joe D’Amato, Italy, 1984)
Sword of the Valiant (Stephen Weeks, UK, 1984)
Robin of Sherwood (Richard Carpenter, UK, 1984-86) [TV Series]
* Barbarian Queen (Héctor Olivera, Argentina/USA, 1985)
Ladyhawke (Richard Donner, USA, 1985)
* Merlin and the Sword (Clive Donner, USA/Yugoslavia, 1985) [TV Movie]
* The Adventures of Hercules (Luigi Cozzi, Italy/USA, 1985)
Red Sonja (Richard Fleischer, Netherlands/USA, 1985)
Mr Vampire (Ricky Lau, Hong Kong, 1985)
Legend (Ridley Scott, USA, 1985)
Highlander (Russell Mulcahy, UK, 1986)
* Amazons (Alejandro Sessa, Argentina/USA, 1986)
* Ator 3: Iron Warrior (Alfonso Brescia, Italy, 1987)
* The Barbarians (Ruggero Deodato, Iraly/USA, 1987)
* Gor (Fritz Kiersch, South Africa/USA, 1987)
A Chinese Ghost Story (Ching Siu-tung, Hong Kong, 1987)
The Princess Bride (Rob Reiner, USA, 1987)
* Deathstalker II: Duel of the Titans (Jim Wynorski, Argentina/USA, 1987)
Willow (Ron Howard, USA, 1988)
* Deathstalker and the Warriors from Hell (Alfonso Corona, Mexico/USA, 1988)
The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (Terry Gilliam, Germany/UK/USA, 1988)
* Sinbad of the Seven Seas (Enzo G. Castellari, Italy/USA, 1989)
* Outlaw of Gor (John Cardos, Canada/South Africa/USA, 1989)
Encounters of the Spooky Kind II (Ricky Lau, Hong Kong, 1990)
* Deathstalker IV: Match of Titans (Howard R. Cohen, USA, 1990)
A Chinese Ghost Story II (Ching Siu-tung, Hong Kong, 1990)
* Ator 4: Quest for the Mighty Sword (Joe D’Amato, Italy, 1990)
The Beastmaster 2: Through the Portal of Time (Sylvio Tabet, France/USA, 1991)
* Barbarian Queen II: The Empress Strikes Back (Joe Finley, Mexico/USA, 1992) [Straight-to-Video]
New Mr Vampire (Billy Chan, Hong Kong, 1992)
Army of Darkness (Sam Raimi, USA, 1992)
* Orochi, the Eight-Headed Dragon (Takao Okawara, Japan, 1994)
Hercules: The Legendary Journeys (Christian Williams, New Zealand/USA, 1994-99) [TV Movies & Series]
Xena: Warrior Princess (New Zealand/USA, 1995-2002) [TV Series]
Beastmaster III: The Eye of Braxus (Gabrielle Beaumont, USA, 1996) [TV Movie]
* Dragonheart (Rob Cohen, Slovakia/UK/USA, 1996)
* The Adventures of Sinbad (Ed Naha, Canada, 1996-98) [TV Series]
The Odyssey (Andrei Konchalovsky, USA, 1997) [TV Mini-Series]
Kull the Conqueror (John Nicolella, Italy/USA, 1997)
* Prince Valiant (Anthony Hickox, Germany/Ireland/UK, 1997)
Conan the Adventurer (Germany/Mexico/USA, 1997-98) [TV Series]
Merlin (Steve Barron, UK/USA, 1998) [TV Mini-Series]
* The Storm Riders (Andrew Lau, Hong Kong, 1998)
The 13th Warrior (John McTiernan, USA, 1999)
Gormenghast (Andy Wilson, UK, 2000) [TV Mini-Series]
Arabian Nights (Germany/Turkey/Jordan/USA, 2000) [TV Mini-Series]
Jason and the Argonauts (Nick Willing, USA, 2000) [TV Mini-Series]
Dungeons & Dragons (Courtney Solomon, Czech Republic/USA, 2000)
Brotherhood of the Wolf (Christophe Gans, France, 2001)
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (Peter Jackson, New Zealand/USA, 2001)
The Scorpion King (Chuck Russell, Belgium/Germany/USA, 2002)
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (Peter Jackson, New Zealand/USA, 2002)
Helen of Troy (John Kent Harrison, UK/USA, 2003) [TV Mini-Series]
* Barbarian (Chris Sivertson, USA, 2003) [Straight-to-Video]
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (Gore Verbinski, USA, 2003)
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (Peter Jackson, New Zealand/USA, 2003)
Dark Kingdom: The Dragon King (Uli Edel, Germany, 2004) [TV Mini-Series]
Shaolin Vs. Evil Dead (Douglas Kung, Hong Kong, 2004)
Van Helsing (Stephen Sommers, Czech Republic/USA, 2004)
Troy (Wolfgang Petersen, Malta/UK/USA, 2004)
* Legend of Earthsea (Robert Lieberman, Canada/USA, 2004) [TV Mini-Series]
Beowulf & Grendel (Sturla Gunnarsson, Canada/Iceland, 2005)
Hercules (Roger Young, USA, 2005) [TV Mini-Series]
Dungeons & Dragons 2: Wrath of the Dragon God (Gerry Lively, USA, 2005) [TV Movie]
The Brothers Grimm (Terry Gilliam, Czech Republic/UK/USA, 2005)
Minotaur (Jonathan English, France/Germany/Italy/Luxemburg/Spain/UK/USA, 2006)
* Merlin’s Apprentice (David Wu, Canada/USA, 2006) [TV Mini-Series]
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest (Gore Verbinski, USA, 2006)
* Dragon (Leigh Scott, USA, 2006) [Straight-to-Video]
Eragon (Stefen Fangmeier, UK/USA, 2006)
Wolfhound of the Grey Hound Clan (Nikolai Lebedev, Russia, 2006)
* Shaolin Vs. Evil Dead: Ultimate Power (Douglas Kung, Hong Kong, 2006)
300 (Zack Snyder, USA, 2007)
In the Name of the King (Uwe Boll, Canada/Germany/USA, 2007)
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End (Gore Verbinski, USA, 2007)
10,000 BC (Roland Emmerich, USA, 2008)
* Odysseus: Voyage to the Underworld (Terry Ingram, Canada/Romania/UK, 2008) [TV Movie]
* The Scorpion King 2: Rise of a Warrior (Russell Mulcahy, USA, 2008) [Straight-to-Video]
The Forbidden Kingdom (Rob Minkoff, China/USA, 2008)
Outlander (Howard McCain, Czech Republic/France/Germany/USA, 2008)
I Sell the Dead (Glenn McQuaid, USA, 2008)
* Merlin and the War of the Dragons (Mark Atkins, UK/USA, 2008) [Straight-to-Video]
Knights Of Bloodsteel (Sam Egan, Canada/USA, 2009) [TV Mini-Series]
Underworld: Rise of the Lycans (Patrick Tatopoulos, USA, 2009)
* Goemon (Kazuaki Kiriya, Japan, 2009)
* Thor: Hammer of the Gods (Todor “Toshko” Chapkanov, USA, 2009) [TV Movie]
Dragonquest (Mark Atkins, USA, 2009) [Straight-to-Video]
* Merlin and the Book of Beasts (Warren P. Sonoda, Canada, 2009) [TV Movie]
Solomon Kane (M. J. Bassett, Czech Republic/France/UK, 2009)
* The Storm Warriors (Danny Pang/Oxide Pang, Hong Kong, 2009)
Legend of the Seeker (Stephen Tolkin/Kenneth Biller, New Zealand/USA, 2009-10) [TV Series]
Clash of the Titans (Louis Leterrier, Australia/USA, 2010)
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (Mike Newell, USA, 2010)
Dragon Age: Redemption (Peter Winther, USA, 2011) [Web Series]
Season of the Witch (Dominic Sena, USA, 2011)
Age of the Dragons (Ryan Little, USA, 2011) [Straight-to-Video]
Your Highness (David Gordon Green, USA, 2011)
* Sinbad and the Minotaur (Karl Zwicky, Australia, 2011)
* Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (Rob Marshall, USA, 2011)
Conan the Barbarian (Marcus Nispel, USA, 2011)
* Paladin: Dawn of the Dragonslayer (Richard McWilliams, USA, 2011)
* Jabberwock (Steven R. Monroe, Canada/USA, 2011) [TV Movie]
* Dragon Crusaders (Mark Atkins, USA, 2011) [Straight-to-Video]
Immortals (Tarsem Singh, Canada/UK/USA, 2011)
* In the Name of the King 2: Two Worlds (Uwe Boll, Canada/USA, 2011) [Straight-to-Video]
Game of Thrones (David Benioff/D.B. Weiss, UK/USA, 2011-19) [TV Series]
* The Scorpion King 3: Battle for Redemption (Roel Reine, USA, 2012) [Straight-to-Video]
Snow White and the Huntsman (Rupert Sanders, USA, 2012)
Wrath of the Titans (Jonathan Liebesman, Spain/USA, 2012)
Dungeons & Dragons 3: The Book Of Vile Darkness (Gerry Lively, UK, 2012) [Straight-to-Video]
* Clash of Empires (Joseph J. Lawson, USA, 2012)
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (Peter Jackson, New Zealand/USA, 2012)
Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters (Tommy Wirkola, Germany/USA, 2013)
Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons (Stephen Chow/Derek Kwok, China/Hong Kong, 2013)
Jack the Giant Slayer (Bryan Singer, USA, 2013)
Vikings (Michael Hirst, Canada/Ireland, 2013-20) [TV Series]
* Mythica 1: A Quest For Heroes (Anne K. Black, USA, 2013) [Straight-to-Video]
SAGA: Curse Of The Shadow (John Lyde, USA, 2013) [Straight-to-Video]
* Paladin: The Crown and the Dragon (Anne K. Black, USA, 2013) [Straight-to-Video]
Vikingdom (Yusry Abdul Halim, Malaysia, 2013)
* 47 Ronin (Carl Rinsch, USA, 2013)
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (Peter Jackson, New Zealand/USA, 2013)
The Legend of Hercules (Renny Harlin, USA, 2014)
Noah (Darren Aronofsky, USA, 2014)
Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage (Shahin Sean Solimon, USA, 2014)
Viy: Forbidden Empire (Oleg Stepchenko, China/Czech Republic/Germany/Russia/Ukraine, 2014)
* In The Name of the King 3: The Last Mission (Uwe Boll, Canada/USA, 2014) [Straight-to-Video]
300: Rise of an Empire (Noam Murro, USA, 2014)
* Mythica 2: The Darkspore (Anne K. Black, USA, 2014) [Straight-to-Video]
Hercules (Brett Ratner, USA, 2014)
Seventh Son (Sergei Bodrov, USA, 2014)
Dracula Untold (Gary Shore, USA, 2014)
Northmen: A Viking Saga (Claudio Fäh, Germany/South Africa/Switzerland, 2014)
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies (Peter Jackson, New Zealand/USA, 2014)
Exodus: Gods and Kings (Ridley Scott, UK/USA, 2014)
* The Scorpion King 4: Quest For Power (Mike Elliott, USA, 2015) [Straight-to-Video]
* Dragonheart 3: The Sorcerers Curse (Colin Teague, USA, 2015) [Straight-to-Video]
* Snow Girl and the Dark Crystal (Peter Pau/Zhao Tianyu, China/Hong Kong/USA, 2015)
Last Knights (Kazuaki Kiriya, Czech Republic/South Korea/UK, 2015)
* Arthur & Merlin (Marco van Belle, UK, 2015)
* Mythica 3: The Necromancer (A. Todd Smith, USA, 2015) [Straight-to-Video]
* Baahubali: The Beginning (S. S. Rajamouli, India, 2015)
* Beowolf: Return to the Shieldlands (James Dormer, UK, 2016) [TV Series]
Gods of Egypt (Alex Proyas, Australia/USA, 2016)
* Dudes & Dragons (Maclain Nelson/Stephen Shimek, USA, 2016) [Straight-to-Video]
* Mythica 4: The Iron Crown (John Lyde, USA, 2016) [Straight-to-Video]
The Huntsman: Winter’s War (Cedric Nicolas-Troyan, USA, 2016)
Tale of Tales (Matteo Garrone, France/Italy/UK, 2016)
Warcraft (Duncan Jones, USA, 2016)
* Mythica 5: The Godslayer (John Lyde, USA, 2016) [Straight-to-Video]
* The Great Wall (Zhang Yimou, China/USA, 2016)
The Shannara Chronicles (Alfred Gough/Miles Millar, USA, 2016-18) [TV Series]
* Journey to the West: The Demons Strike Back (Tsui Hark, China, 2017)
* Baahubali 2: The Conclusion (S. S. Rajamouli, India, 2017)
* King Arthur: Excalibur Rising (Antony Smith, UK, 2017)
* King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword (Guy Ritchie, Australia/UK/USA, 2017)
* Dragonheart 4: Battle For The Heartfire (Patrik Syversen, USA, 2017) [Straight-to-Video]
* Wu Kong (Derek Kwok, China, 2017)
* Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (Joachim Rønning/Espen Sandberg, USA, 2017)
Errementari: The Blacksmith and the Devil (Paul Urkijo Alijo, France/Spain, 2017)
* The Thousand Faces of Dunjia (Woo-Ping Yuen, China, 2017)
* Furious (Dzhanik Fayziev/Ivan Shurkhovetskiy, Russia, 2017)
Gogol (Egor Baranov, Russia, 2017-2019) [TV Movies/Series]
Britannia (Jez Butterworth/Tom Butterworth/James Richardson, UK/USA, 2017-) [TV Series]
Samson (Bruce Macdonald, South Africa/USA, 2018)
The Scorpion King: Book of Souls (Don Michael Paul, USA, 2018) [Straight-to-Video]
The Head Hunter (Jordan Downey, USA, 2018)
* The Bastard Sword (Eveshka Ghost, UK, 2018)
Kingdom (South Korea, 2019-21) [Streaming TV Series]
Romulus v Remus: The First King (Matteo Rovere, Italy, 2019)
* Viy 2: Journey to China [aka Iron Mask] (Oleg Stepchenko, China/Russia, 2019)
* Jade Dynasty (Ching Siu-tung, China, 2019)
Draug (Klas Persson/Karin Engman, Sweden, 2019)
The Witcher (Poland/USA, 2019-) [Streaming TV Series]
* Dragonheart 5: Vengeance (Ivan Silvestrini, Romania/USA, 2020) [Straight-to-Video]
* The Thousand Faces of Dunjia 2: Fantasy Magician (Hesheng Xiang/Qiuliang Xiang, China, 2020)
* Ancestral World (Enrico De Palo, USA, 2020) [Straight-to-Video]
* Arthur & Merlin: Knights Of Camelot (Giles Alderson, UK, 2020) [Straight-to-Video]
The Green Knight (David Lowery, USA, 2021)
The Wheel of Time (Rafe Judkins, Ireland/USA, 2021) [Streaming TV Series]

If you feel there are any swords and sorcery fantasy movies that I’ve missed, or you take issue with the ones I haven’t, then please leave a comment by replying to this post below and I will respond forthwith.

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