2017 Fantasy Movies

Asarum

    • 90 min
    • Fantasy

    Fortunately, the Milk

      • Sci-Fi

      Based on the Time Travel adventure by Neil Gaiman's children's book.

      Guillermo Del Toro's Untitled Cold War Drama

        • Fantasy

        A mysterious and magical other-worldly love story set in 1963 America

        Hansel and Gretel

          • Fantasy

          A live-action adaptation of Neil Gaiman's Hansel and Gretel graphic novel.

          Indifferent

            • Drama

            Kolma

              • Fantasy

              In the vein of Truly Madly Deeply, the film is based on the 13-year-old Israeli telepic All I’ve Got. Kolma centers on a young woman who is in a car crash that kills her boyfriend. When she dies decades later, the woman dies the woman is given the choice of returning to the day of the accident to live her life again or being reunited with her love.

              Medusa

                • Animation

                An all-new story behind the infamous snake-headed lady from Greek mythology.

                The Foundation

                  • Thriller

                  History shows that in the 1500s, Nostradamus' three volumes of prophecies were best-sellers, making him a rich man. But what the world doesn't know is that he used his vast treasure-trove of riches to create a foundation to prevent his most catastrophic prophesies from occurring! This secret team still functions today, using Nostradamus' published and unpublished tomes to predict threats to worldwide security.

                  The Merlin Saga

                    • Fantasy

                    An origin story of the mythical wizard from his boyhood in Wales through his training as a young man and ultimate role as defender of the natural world and mentor to King Arthur.

                    The Odyssey

                      • Fantasy

                      The Odyssey is one of two major ancient Greek epic poems attributed to Homer. It is, in part, a sequel to the Iliad, the other work ascribed to Homer.