16 Best Movies Like Conan The Barbarian Update 10/2021

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1. Conan The Barbarian (1982)

Conan The Barbarian (1982)

When the evil Snake Cult leader Thulsa Doom (‘James Earl Jones’ (qv)) and his evil warriors attack a village, a young boy named Conan (‘Jorge Sanz (I)’ (qv)) is captured and forced to serve Thulsa Doom as a slave. Years later, Conan has matured into a formidable warrior and is well-known in the fighting community.

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Conan is freed after serving as both a slave and a gladiator for many years. After vowing to avenge his parents and solve the riddle of steel, Conan sets out on a journey. When Conan and his companions are joined by an archer named Subotai, a beautiful thief who falls in love with Conan, Valeria (sandahl Bergman), and a Chinese wizard named Mako (qv), they set out to rescue Princess Yasmina from the Snake Cult, the daughter of King Oric (‘Max von Sydow’) and get revenge on Thulsa Doom and avenge their parents. For more information, click here.

2. Gods Of Egypt (2016)

With the help of Set, the ruthless dark god, the once peaceful and prosperous Egyptian empire has descended into chaos and conflict. Few have the guts to stand up to him. To free her love from Set’s control she enlists Horus’ help and the help of the powerful god. (Continue Reading)

3. The Legend Of Hercules (2014)

The Legend Of Hercules (2014)

An ancient Greek queen gives in to Zeus’ desire to have a son and bears a son who will overthrow the tyrannical rule of the king and bring peace to the land. Hercules, the prince, on the other hand, has no idea who he really is or what he’s here for. Only one thing excites him, and that’s the chance to win Hebe’s heart.

When Hercules discovers his true destiny, he is faced with a difficult choice: abandon his true love and become the greatest hero of all time. This gripping epic tells the story behind one of history’s most enduring myths: a tale of love, sacrifice, and the power of the human spirit. (Continue Reading)

4. In The Name Of The King: A Dungeon Siege Tale (2007)

With its setting in the kingdom of Ehb, the story follows the life of Farmer (Jason Statham (qv)). To sell vegetables in the nearby town of Stonebridge, Farmer’s family leaves his farm with his son and wife Solana (‘Claire Forlani’ (qv)). When they return, the farm is attacked by Krugs.

He travels to Stonebridge, where his wife and son are staying with his friend and neighbor Norrick (‘Ron Perlman (I)’ (qv)). ‘Ray Liotta’ (qv) controls the wizard Krugs, who kill his son and kidnap his wife before he arrives. Farmer embarks on a search and rescue mission for his wife with the help of Bastian (‘Will Sanderson’ (qv)), his brother-in-law and Norrick. To overthrow Konreid, his nephew Fallow (‘Matthew Lillard’ (qv)) joins forces with wizard Gallian (‘Burt Reynolds’). (Continue Reading)

5. Immortals (2011)

Immortals (2011)

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A new evil threatens the land eons after the Gods triumphed in their mythic conflict with the Titans. King Hyperion (Mickey Rourke), enraged by his newfound wealth and power, has declared war on the human race. In search of the legenda, Hyperion has amassed a bloodthirsty army of soldiers who have been disfigured by his own hand. Ares forged the mighty Epirus Bow in the heavens, and it is a weapon of unimaginable power.

One person alone has the key to freeing the Titans, who have lain dormant within Mount Tartaros’ walls since the dawn of time, waiting for the right moment to exact their revenge. The bow, in the hands of the king, would wreak havoc on humanity and wipe out the gods. However, according to ancient law, the Gods cannot get involved in human disputes. Until a peasant named Theseus (Henry Cavill) emerges as their sole hope for stopping Hyperion, they have no way to stop the king.

To protect his people from Hyperion and his hordes, Zeus has chosen Theseus as his chosen one. The uprising will be led by a hero, with the help of a band of outcasts, including visionary priestess Phaedra (Freida Pinto) and cunning slave Stavros (Stephen Dorff). If he fails, his homeland will be destroyed and his Gods will be lost to history. (Continue Reading)

6. The 13th Warrior (1999)

In AD 922, an Arab courtier named Ahmad Ibn Fadlan goes to the dreadful North with a group of Vikings. Ibn Fadlan is horrified by Viking customs, including their hedonistic sexuality, a disregard for personal hygiene, and the practice of human sacrifice out of pure cold-bloodedness. Apocalyptic revelation: He’s been recruited…to fight an evil that preys on Viking civilization and feed on its dead bodies. (Continue Reading)

7. Red Sonja (1985)

Gedren, a despot bent on totalitarianism, is on a crusade for absolute power. Just as the talisman is about to be destroyed, she attacks and kills its keepers. Gedren then makes a raid on the city of Hablac while utilizing the talisman’s abilities. Red Sonja, the keeper’s sister, embarks on a mission to topple Gedren with the aid of a magic sword. Kalidor, the wielder of the talisman, pursues after her to ensure her safety. Of course they fall in love, but Red Sonja’s power is derived from her oath, which forbids her from ever giving herself up to a man. (Continue Reading)

8. Warcraft (2016)

Warcraft (2016)

When the evil fel magic that uses life-force decimates the Orcs of Draenor, powerful warlock Gul’dan opens a portal to Azeroth and gathers the Orc clans to form the Horde. To maintain the portal’s openness, he also captures a large number of prisoners. …Llane Wrynn and his brother-in-law, Anduin Lothar, are informed by the apprentice of magician Khadgar that fel magic has been found in dead bodies, and the king decides to summon Medivh, the Guardian of Tirisfal, to protect his kingdom from the threat of the fel element….

There’s an unsettling shadow following them as they travel to Kharazhan to meet Medivh, and when Khadgar grabs it, the book vanishes into thin air. Orcs attack Anduin, Khadgar, Medivh, and a group of soldiers, and they capture King Llane’s freed slave Garona, who leads them to the portal. The chief of a Durotan Orc clan contacts Garona, requesting a meeting with King Llane in order to stop the fel magic.

Khadgar, meanwhile, has learned that someone in Azeroth was able to open the gate with the help of another player. Are Garona and Durotan trustworthy to King Llane? (Continue Reading)

9. Eragon (2006)

Eragon (2006)

It is ruled by the evil King Galbatorix of Alagaesia, a former dragon rider who betrayed his friends and his people in his quest for power. When Eragon, an orphan farm boy, discovers a blue stone given to him by Princess Arya, he immediately realizes that it is a dragon egg.

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Upon the birth of Saphira’s dragon, E…ragon meets his mentor Brom and fulfills the ancient prophecy of the dragon rider who will free his people from Galbatorix. Eragon joins forces with the rebels Varden and the army of Galbatorix to fight against the evil sorcerer Durza. (Continue Reading)

10. Prince Of Persia: The Sands Of Time (2010)

Prince Of Persia- The Sands Of Time (2010)

An ancient dagger that releases the Sands of Time — a gift from the gods that can reverse time and allow its owner to rule the world — is in danger of being stolen by an evil prince and a mysterious princess in Persia.

11. 300: Rise Of An Empire (2014)

The Persian Army, led by Xerxes, advances on the major Greek city-states after defeating Leonidas’ 300 men. Themistocles, the admiral in charge of Athens’ fleet, is the city’s first line of defense against Xerxes’ army. After being forced into an alliance with Athens’ traditional foe, oligarchic Sparta, whose strength lies in its infantry, Themistocles finds himself at odds with his own people. Xerxes, on the other hand, remains the undisputed king of the seas and the land. (Continue Reading)

12. Hercules (2014)

In the year 1400 B.C., a tortured soul who was neither man nor god walked the Earth. Hercules was Zeus’s son and a formidable warrior. He received nothing but pain and anguish as a result of his actions. Having lost his family and endured twelve years of hard labor, this dark and desolate soul turned his back on the gods, finding solace only in bloody conflict. It didn’t take long for him to become friends with a group of six like-minded individuals who shared a passion for fighting and a fear of death.

These warriors don’t think twice about where they fight, why they fight, or even who they’re fighting for, much less how much they’re going to be paid. The King of Thrace has now hired these mercenaries to train his army into the greatest ever. These wretched souls will finally see how far they’ve fallen when they must train an army to match their reputation for brutality and bloodlust. (Continue Reading)

13. Dracula Untold (2014)

An Ottoman tyrant kidnaps his son, daughter, and other family members to use them in his army. When Vlad refuses to comply with the demand, the young lord turns to a terrible power that will allow him to defend his kingdom and family from the Turks… but at a terrible cost. (Continue Reading)

14. The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies (2014)

In Lake-town, a threat emerges after the Dragon departs the Lonely Mountain. A war is being planned between orcs, dwarves, elves, and human beings. In order to help Thorin, Bilbo notices that he is going insane and tries to intervene. The Necromancer’s prisoner, Gandalf, is freed and his rescuers discover who the prisoner is.

15. The Scorpion King (2002)

The evil king Memnon uses the psychic abilities of his sorceress Cassandra to foretell his great victories in an age before the pyramids were built. The leaders of the remaining free tribes hire the assassin Mathayus to kill the sorceress in a last-ditch effort to stop Memnon from taking over the world. Mathayus, on the other hand, ends up with a lot more than he expected. It’s up to Mathayus now to fulfill his destiny and become the great Scorpion King with the help of the trickster Arpid, tribal leader Balthazar and an unexpected ally. (Continue Reading)

16. Pompeii (2014)

It’s set in the year 79 AD and tells the story of Milo (Kit Harington), a slave turned invincible gladiator, who finds himself in a race against time to save his true love Cassia (Emily Browning), the beautiful daughter of a wealthy merchant who has been betrothed to a corrupt Roman Senator…. The city of Pompeii is crumbling as Mount Vesuvius erupts in a torrent of hot lava, and Milo must fight his way out of the arena to save his beloved. (Continue Reading)

 

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