The tiny girl meets a fairy prince who saves her from the creatures of the woods.

A tiny girl, the size of the old woman's thumb, meets a fairy prince who saves her from the creatures of the woods. This is a good "family film" with few, if any, parts that might be considered questionable for children. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Phantasm G (fr) wrote: So odd and mesmerizing it keeps you guessing...see it just for a new kind of movie experience.

Matthew M (kr) wrote: You receive death just as you receive life, if your afraid in the present moment you die your death will be fearful, if you love, your death will be loving.

Youssuf E (it) wrote: Un animal qui joue au soccer

Matthew S (us) wrote: I admit I've a very personal connection to this film. I saw it in my early 20's when I was at my most political regarding AIDS. For out queer men who were either in their 20s or 30's this movie was a sort of angry road trip movie that was both cathartic and tragic. Though it is very low budget and has more than a few flaws - it does deserve mention for capturing a cultural moment in American Queer Culture.

MF J (ca) wrote: Fantastic Aussie film...Jabiru library is full of treasue and i'm really surprised to get my hands on so many good films about Australia, the Aboriginals & the beauty of this amazing country.David does the show and once again he is on top...

Nick E (fr) wrote: Good honest fun is the easiest way to describe this film. A post apocalyptic world sees Swayze's wandering ex-soldier accidentally become peacemaker between a farm and a crime boss. Although it's cheesy in places with some bad acting there are some good martial arts fights and to be honest, this film wouldn't work if it wasn't tacky. Overall it's enjoyable.

Mike M (us) wrote: Enjoyable horror yarn featuring two titans of the horror world in Cushing and Lee. Produced by Hammer Studios rival, Amicus, this flick features plenty of atmosphere with genuine bits of surrealism, just enough to allow the premise to sink into the viewer's brain and into the realm of movieland believability. Creepy in several spurts, with Cushing outstanding as a man curious in the arcane and supernatural ... perhaps, a little too much so. The Skull is a perfect Saturday afternoon creature feature special -hell, why not a double bill with The Screaming Skull, run NOT back-to-back ... but head-to-head!!!

Christian M (es) wrote: I love this movie, it's a shame it was reviewed so poorly.

Chelsey M (ag) wrote: Worst plot I've ever seen....

Jacob D (au) wrote: I loved the acting and story line of this all time favorite of mine.