I have created a "swords-and-sorcery movies" page for HeroPress that contains all my links to reviews and commentary on films which, broadly, fit into the "swords-and-sorcery" genre.
The page can be found here (or via the links in the left-hand column of the blog).
I can't guarantee that all these films feature sorcery (some are more fantasy, some are historical, some are wuxia, some are even peplum), but they all have some kind of Dungeons &Dragons-inspiring swordplay or something similar.
Some have actual gaming stats attached (adaptations of creatures, magic, treasures etc that popped up in the film), but by no means all.
The reviews come in all shapes and sizes, and - often like the movies being critiqued - are occasionally a product of their time.
I'm reasonably certain that I've scooped up all the genre reviews on HeroPress, but I might have missed some along the way.
Unfortunately, as they go beyond my current 'D&DVD of The Week' classification, there was no unifying 'tag' for all these posts, so it was a bit of a treasure hunt to dig them out.
That said, this should be considered a "work in progress" which will be constantly updated, either when I stumble across an old review hidden down the back of the virtual sofa or I review a film that I haven't covered before.
This whole process, as well as recently reading PJ Thorndyke's Barbarians at The Gates of Hollywood and fellow blogger Tim Brannan's own list of "swords and sorcery cinema", has highlighted some glaring omissions in both my viewing and reviewing.
There are a number of classics I already own that I haven't reviewed as well as a number I haven't even seen.
But I do love tracking them down.