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Deathstalker IV: Match of Titans (1991)

Deathstalker must defend his remaining comrades, his life, and his newfound love in the battle against an evil army of stone warriors and the wicked queen who created them.


Howard R. Cohen


Howard R. Cohen, Beverly Gray (story editor)




Cast overview, first billed only:
Rick Hill ... Deathstalker
Maria Ford ... Dionara
Brett Baxter Clark ... Vaniat
Michelle Moffett Michelle Moffett ... Kana
Anya Pencheva Anya Pencheva ... Janeris
Djoko Rosic Djoko Rosic ... Rakshia (as Jocko Rossitch)
Kosta Karageorgiev Kosta Karageorgiev ... Palon
Jenny Philipova Jenny Philipova ... Tarinda
Rumen Dimitrov Rumen Dimitrov ... Eldoron
Mihaela Staikova Mihaela Staikova ... Lesia
Tanya Dimitrova Tanya Dimitrova ... Liala (as Tania Dimitrova)
Sirma Nicolova Sirma Nicolova ... Tisia
Endrika Shehpazian Endrika Shehpazian ... Terina
Velico Stomanov Velico Stomanov ... Malikat
Stancho Stanchev Stancho Stanchev ... Aldilar


It begins as a contest of strength the challenge of competition luring fighters from far away to a hilltop castle. Deathstalker leads the combatants but only to discover that the winners are disappearing one by one. Now, in his last and greatest battle, Deathstalker must defend his remaining comrades, his life, and his newfound love in battle against an evil army of stone warriors and the wicked queen who created them. Written by Concorde - New Horizons (with permission).

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This final film in the series blatantly re-uses footage from the original Deathstalker movie, including tournaments, battles and party footage. See more »


Deathstalker: Look, Kana, I could be so much more fun to you alive than dead, if you'd just untie these straps.
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Rick Hill - don't try so hard next time.
8 June 1999 | by Leigh L.See all my reviews

I didn't think anyone else had even heard of the Deathstalker films, let alone actually owned them - so when I saw this 'un on sale for a couple of quid second-hand, the appalling decision had already been made...

It's not a good film, obviously. In fact it's pretty terrible. I can't say just how terrible it is in relation to its three predecessors, because they were experienced way back in my murky, impressionable childhood and the only bits I can remember are the bits that were inexplicably recycled in this one.

But the real tragedy of Match of Titans is that while it's certainly a long way from the likes of the Conan films in terms of production values and, well... everything, really, it's also not quite inept enough to be funny. Don't get me wrong, the scale of incompetence runs pretty high considering it's the fourth instalment in a series, but when it comes to the crunch Rick Hill goes and ruins everything by turning in an inappropriately decent performance. Maria Ford's worth looking at, too. Not worth watching, mind you, but definitely worth looking at. There's a difference.

Still, the 'special' 'effects' are well down to standard for the genre, as are the 'plot', 'dialogue' and 'continuity'. And I can only speculate that the 'fight scenes' were choreographed by a couple of arthritic, wheelchair-bound 85-year-olds drunk on gin, which is great for a film entirely based around a hand-to-hand combat tournament. So it's not all bad, then.

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13 July 1991 (Japan) See more »

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