The first entry in Dreamworks’ How to Train Your Dragon franchise is an awesome fantasy adventure for the whole family.
In Francis Ford Coppola's version of Bram Stoker's classic novel, Gary Oldman plays the fabled vampire.
This steampunk tale digs into Babydoll's (Emily Browning) mind as she fights for escape with four other ladies within her head while imprisoned in an asylum.
In this tense mediaeval epic, Guy Ritchie tackles the Arthurian legend in his signature manner.
Her, a sort of contemporary love fantasy, is set in a Los Angeles not too far in the future where Theodore Twombly earns a job by writing heartfelt, private letters for other people.
How to Train Your Dragon 2 is the only episode of DreamWorks' animated trilogy that is still available on Netflix thanks to mysterious negotiations between companies.
Meet Norman Babcock, the titular protagonist of the cartoon movie ParaNorman, voiced by Kodi Smit-McPhee.
As young Alex (Winslow Fegley), in Netflix's newest dark fantasy film Nightbooks, discovers, necessity may very well be the mother of innovation.
The oldest fantasy tales can be among the best. A good example is the Basque retelling of the fairy tale The Smith and the Devil, Errementari: The Black Smith and the Devil.