If you are into the medieval period and all its allures, you should watch out for thrilling medieval classic movies. There's plenty of them available today, and they come with a lot of clashing swords, chunking metals, and a great deal of soldiers in chainmail. Interesting, right? Well, below is a list of binge-worthy kingdom-themed movies to satiate your ever-growing craving for memorable Saxon adventure.
Humans, Zombies, and Survival—obviously almost all the elements of every zombie movie ever made (obviously). We've all seen so many of these hit the screen but word from Netflix Peeps says that this Korean-made zombie movie "Kingdom" is a unique, brilliant, edge of your seat watching experience.
A visit to one of America's Disney Kingdoms is a dream come true for many families. Travelers spend years trying to save for these fairylike destinations, and each year, Walt Disney World attracts guests from all over the globe. What you'd expect is a plethora of characters ready to greet you, including your favorite Disney princesses.
When this movie came out, my boys were already teenagers, but I hoped they would love the franchise as much as I had. I went to the theater with high hopes. What I experienced wasn't the best movie in the series by far, but it still had a lot going for it, including Steven Spielberg's keen eye behind the camera and Harrison Ford's roguish smile and crisp delivery.
This story is about a peasant boy who dreams to become one of the world's best general and a young useless king in dire need of allies in time of war. Who will win? Kingdom Anime is a Japanese Manga that depicts the historical wars and power struggles that took place in China. Written and illustrated by Yasuhisa Hara, this anime is produced by a number of production and television companies that include NHK, Sogo Vision, and Pierrot, which also produced the award-winning TV series BLEACH. It features three seasons that brought together the largest number of voice actors, artists, and fans to ever feature in an anime. That won it a Guinness World Record in 2012. Ranking among the ten most popular Anime Japan, Kingdom guarantees to keep their audience glued on their screen for hours.