Gallery of the Day
8 High Fantasy Movies to Put You in the Mood for D&D

Ron Whitaker | 12 Jan 2016 19:00
Gallery of the Day - RSS 2.0

There's nothing quite like a great high fantasy movie if you're trying to get yourself in the mood for some tabletop D&D. Although the genre has definitely had its share of bad movies - both high-profile and not - there are some films that are definite standouts. These eight movies never fail to get our roleplaying juices flowing.

Think we missed one? Tell us what it is in the forums!

Ladyhawke

When a thief named Gaston (Matthew Broderick) escapes from the dungeons, he seems doomed until he is befriended by Captain Navarre (Rutger Hauer), a knight with a hawk companion. He soon learns that the Captain is cursed to turn into a wolf at night, and the hawk is actually the Lady Isabeau (Michelle Pfeiffer), whose curse turns her into a hawk every day. The unlikely comrades team up to take on the evil Bishop (John Wood) and break the spell that curses them. It features great sword fighting, a perilous quest, and compelling characters.

RELATED CONTENT
Comments on