Historically Inaccurate Movies
Here at the B-Horror Blog I pride myself on the diversity of the crap that I watch. Obviously horror makes up the bulk of my viewing pleasure, although I have been known to indulge in a crappy end of the world movie from time to time. The Historically Inaccurate Movies, however, are a joint effort between myself and my ever-trusty sidekick Tropical Mary. Our love for ancient history and culture has manifested itself in many years of university study and several different degrees between us. So, with this knowledge and passion, why not watch crappy movies about history as well?
Most of these movies are swords-and-sandals epics, or at least try to be, but get everything so horribly wrong that you’ll find myself and Tropical Mary staring at the TV screen looking as though we had a synchronised stroke as we try to figure out what’s going on. Read on, and enjoy the lessons that we have learned through this little on-going adventure of ours 🙂
HISTORY COMES UNDONE
I’m always on the lookout for more historically inaccurate movies. If you know of anything that butchers Roman, Greek, Egyptian or Norse mythology and culture, please do let me know. If it’ll make the goddess Athena cry, then we want to watch it!