The people of Babylon are enslaved by an evil sorceress so Hercules, being the nice guy that he is, decides to come and save them.
This little Western flick is a fictionalized version of the struggle to build the Kansas Pacific Railway in the 1860s just before the Civil War began. I enjoyed this movie, just don’t use it as a real history lesson.
While on his way to negotiate with a couple of brothers contesting for the throne of Thebes, Hercules drinks from a magical spring which gives him amnesia. During his condition he spends a lot of time with Queen Omphale of Lydia, and the tensions in Thebes gets worse and worse.
This appropriately titled movie (named after what you think throughout the film, the fact that the caveman’s name is the same is a coincidence) is about a prehistoric caveman named “Eegah” that is discovered by Roxy Miller, a teenager driving through the desert to a party. She manages to escape and tells the story to her boyfriend […]
Captain Kidd is a merchant captain / pirate who slyly convinces the king of England into commissioning him as an escort to protect a ship full of treasure. He has dishonest intentions for the mission of course, but he later finds out another dishonest person is on board, someone from his past he thought dead. […]