Sword And Sorcery Collection [4 Films]
FOUR TALES OF BARBARIANS & BEAUTIES
Deathstalker (Richard Hill) is a mighty warrior chosen to battle the evil forces of a medieval kingdom who sets off on a journey to the most challenging tournament in the land. To the winner will go the throne of the evil wizard, the ultimate mystical power and the love of the beautiful Princess Codille (Barbi Benton). But first Deathstalker must prove himself worthy of his legacy . . . and treachery lurks at every turn.
Deathstalker II (John Terlesky) has a mission: to save the kingdom from the wicked grip of the immoral wizard Jerak and his queen Sultana, who have ruled the land by creating an evil twin of the lovely Princess Evie (Monique Gabrielle). Capturing the real Princess Evie, Deathstalker must now return her to her rightful place of power — but the swordsman's battle has just begun.
On the eve of her wedding, Amathea (Lana Clarkson) sees her world dissolve — her groom imprisoned, her village razed, her friends attacked and slaughtered. Becoming the Barbarian Queen, she vows revenge and retribution, enticing and then destroying her adversaries.
Travel to a distant world of exciting battles, exotic women, mystical secrets and evil wizards in The Warrior And The Sorceress. Kain (David Carradine) was once an exalted warrior-priest but now wanders the planet Vra as a mercenary sword-for-hire. In the small village of Yam-A-Tar, he finds two vicious clans struggling for power, and he becomes embroiled in the treachery and battles, the mighty wizardry and rampant debauchery.
Bonus Features for DVD
- NEW Anamorphic Widescreen Transfer (1.78:1)
- Audio Commentary By Producer/Director John Sbardellati, Special Makeup Effects Artist John Carl Buechler And Actor Richard Brooker
- Theatrical Trailer
- Photo Gallery
- NEW Anamorphic Widescreen Transfer (1.78:1) Of The Director's Approved Cut Of The Film
- Audio Commentary By Director Jim Wynorski, Actors John Terlesky And Toni Naples
- Theatrical Trailer
81 / 85 / 71 / 81 min
1983 / 1984 / 1985 / 1987