Fantasy is often linked with trolls, wizards, knights and magic, but some of the fantasy production have great value as war movies. Afterall many of them are based on medieval tales and medieval reality.
British colonists in South Africa are alerted by growing military might of Zulu king Shaka, who might expand his empire towards their cities. Expedition of ivory merchant reaches the kingdom to learn the truth behind legend of Shaka.
The balance of power in Middle-Earth has changed when Saruman has moved his orcs army towards Rohan. The kingdom is unable to face them without help...
The final clash between good and evil is about to begin - Sauron sends his army to crush Gondor and Gandalf has to act quick to find the way to stop him.
Lieutenant Choi Tae-in is given the task of reascuing missing platoon in area codenamed R-Point. When his men reach the R-Point strange things begin to happen.
During World War I British platoon discovers abandoned German trenches, but what awaits them there is far worst than enemy soldiers.
War films are not always showing the war per se - often the main theme is the influence of the conflict on lives of people involved, but also their families and friends. War is seldom a local thing - the trauma, the pain, the death they put their mark on people from around the world.
Wasteland - the final frontier... for logic