Featured Subgenre

Sword and Sorcery

With the popularity of Dungeons and Dragons role-playing games in the '80s came a slew of films revolving around heroes with swords, saving damsels from dastardly dragons and evil wizards. While long a popular form for "B"-films, it wasn't until the sudden acceleration of special effects in the post-Star Wars world that the magic and monsters that make up the genre were rendered possible. (Pictured: Dragonslayer)

Sword and Sorcery

Now Available to Stream, Rent or Own All Movies to Stream, Rent or Own

Nomadland
AllMovie Rating
7
Judas and the Black Messiah
AllMovie Rating
8
Land
AllMovie Rating
5
The Little Things
AllMovie Rating
6
Pixie
AllMovie Rating
Wonder Woman 1984
AllMovie Rating
5
The Mauritanian
AllMovie Rating
5
Soul
AllMovie Rating
9
The Virtuoso
AllMovie Rating

Box Office

Staff Pick of the Day

Tammy and the T-Rex

Directed by Stewart Raffill

- Rated PG13 - 82 Minutes - 1994

As weird as the poster promises, Tammy and the T-Rex gave early starring roles to Denise Richards and Paul Walker, the latter of whom has his brain inserted into the body of a tyrannosaurus by a mad scientist. Just try not to laugh when Walker -- upon realizing that he's become a T-Rex -- attempts to use a pay phone. It was originally cut down and released as a family movie, so be sure to seek out the extended R-rated version.

- Chris Steffen