The third thrilling saga of Deathstalker pits him against the evil wizard and ruler of the Southland, Troxartes, and his band of undead warriors. Dashing Deathstalker is entrusted by the ... See full summary »
Set during the days of the Roman Empire. A simple village is raided by Roman troops, and most of the people are whisked off to be slaves or killed. Three women survive and set off to ... See full summary »
The Steph D Show is the wild and frenetically funny scripted Sketch Comedy Talk Show that has people truly promulgating flabbergasty. Starring the adorably corrupt, Steph D, The Steph D ... See full summary »
The story centers on the battle for the mythical Sword of Aktar and its kidnapped keeper Ulric. But for a few stop-motion prehistoric creatures, the heroic Thane must save a beautiful ... See full summary »
Desperate to save his family's restaurant from the bank, a fireman starts a forest fire in order to rob an armoured vehicle. Dropping the money in a burning forest, he and his crew race to ... See full summary »
Born in a tribe of fierce warrior women, Hundra has been raised to despise the influence of men. An archer, fighter and sword fighter, Hundra is superior to any male. Hundra finds her ... See full summary »
Tim, a child living in a medieval world, has been chosen to be the most powerful wizard of his time. Under the protection of teacher Udo and muscular swordsman Bullrock, with a beautiful, ... See full summary »
Adam T. Dawson,
Child actor Yuri Danilchenko, who plays Wooby, can be seen unmasked as the Kitchen Boy who tries to steal the Chef's cake. See more »
When Wooby first appears, supposedly tied to a tree, as the bandits rough him up, his left hand comes out and he quickly puts it back, but it can be seen not to be tied at all. See more »
In the opening title sequence, several nonspeaking extras or bit players are credited as if they were principals simply because their English-looking names would be more easily readable by American viewers. See more »
Corman-produced, sword-and-sandal quickie with baby-faced muscleman and "Battle-Dome" hero Mike O'Hearn.
This is a straight-to-video adventure flick, made in Russia, probably with the same crew Corman paid to do the Playmate remake of his Pam Grier potboiler THE ARENA. Strictly for those whose guilty pleasures include the DEATHSTALKER and BARBARIAN QUEEN series. Mike 0'Hearn provides the ample beefcake, but in decidedly off-kilter GQ style. B-movie villain Martin Kove is thrown in for good measure as the only other pronounceable cast member. Forgive the histrionics while they flex!
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