8 Movies Like Solomon Kane

Solomon Kane, an English privateer, is in charge of leading his ship’s crew into battle against the Ottoman defenders of a stronghold town in the year 1600. The conflict takes place in North Africa. Following their victory against the defenders, Kane and his men launch an assault on the fortress, where the majority of the crew is slain by demons.

Kane manages to fight his way into the throne room, but before he can plunder the treasures, he is stopped in his tracks by a formidable demon that calls itself the “Devil’s Reaper.” The demon informs Kane that his soul has been forfeit to Satan as a result of his life of sin. Solomon does not accept his lot in life and decides to escape by jumping out of a window.

After one year has passed, Solomon has made his way back to England where he has taken refuge in a monastery, where he has renounced his violent ways and given his fortune to the Church in the hope of finding redemption. Kane is kicked out of the monastery after the abbot has a prophetic dream about him. While travelling, Kane is attacked by highway bandits who make fun of his commitment to nonviolence and leave him for dead.

The Crowthorns, a Puritan family on their way to the New World from the west, are the ones who discover and care for him. They come across a witch, and the witch puts a mark on Meredith Crowthorn. Later on, they are ambushed by minions of the wicked sorcerer Malachi, who kill Meredith’s father and brothers and take Meredith hostage. Kane decides to break his vows and makes a solemn oath to save Meredith.

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1. Bram Stoker's Dracula 1992


After a successful battle against the Ottoman Empire in 1462, Vlad the Impaler returns home to find that his wife Elisabeta has taken her own life in response to false rumours that his enemies have reported that he has been killed. After his wife committed suicide, the priest informed him that her soul would be doomed to Hell for all eternity. In a fit of wrath, Vlad destroys the chapel and renounces God, announcing that he will come back from…

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2. Van Helsing


A monster is created in the year 1887 in Transylvania by Dr. Victor Frankenstein with the assistance of his assistant Igor and Count Dracula. After Dracula has killed Frankenstein, the monster takes Frankenstein's body and runs away to a windmill to hide from the angry crowd that has surrounded the castle. The monster is seemingly put to rest after the mob sets fire to the windmill and destroys it. One year later, the monster hunter Gabriel Van Helsing visits Notre-Dame…

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3. Dracula Untold


In the 15th century, Vlad Dracula is the Prince of Wallachia and Transylvania. Transylvania is also part of his domain. As a young boy, he served as a royal ward in the palace of the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire. There, he received military instruction to become a member of the Sultan's elite Janissary corps, where he rose through the ranks to become the corps' most feared warrior. After slaying hundreds of people by impaling them on spears, he earned…

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4. Dracula 2000


A descendent of Abraham Van Helsing, a Dutch physician who practised in the 19th century, Matthew Van Helsing owns an antique shop in London that was constructed in 2000 on the former site of Carfax Abbey. In the middle of the night, when Van Helsing was sleeping upstairs, his secretary, Solina, let a gang of thieves inside the business. Her lover Marcus was in charge of the gang. After breaking into the store's underground high-security vault, the thieves discover a…

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5. Nosferatu the Vampyre 1979


In the city of Wismar, Germany, Jonathan Harker works as an estate agent. His boss, Renfield, tells him that a nobleman dubbed Count Dracula is interested in purchasing a property in Wismar, and he entrusts Harker with the responsibility of meeting with the Count and concluding the lucrative transaction. Harker embarks on a journey to Count Dracula's castle in Transylvania, a journey that lasts for four weeks, taking the deeds and documents necessary to sell the property to the Count…

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6. Dracula: Dead and Loving It 1995


Solicitor Thomas Renfield leaves London in 1893 and travels to "Castle Dracula" in Transylvania in order to complete the sale of Carfax Abbey to Count Dracula. Carfax Abbey is located in England. Renfield comes face to face with Count Dracula, who is a vampire. Renfield is not aware of this fact. Renfield becomes Dracula's slave after being subjected to a hypnotic spell cast by the vampire. They will be leaving for England very soon. During the journey, Dracula is responsible…

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7. BloodRayne (2005)


Rayne is a dhampir, which is an unholy hybrid of human and vampire that exists in the world. Dhampirs are immune to the effects of crucifixes and do not have a craving for human blood. However, they still have the same vulnerability to holy water that vampires have. She is the daughter of Kagan, the Vampire King, who has amassed an army of thralls consisting of both vampires and humans in order to exterminate the human race. She herself is…

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8. The Great Wall (film)


During the time of the Song dynasty's Renzong Emperor, mercenaries from Europe, including an Irishman named William Garin and a Spaniard named Pero Tovar, travel to China in the hopes of discovering the formula for gunpowder. They are ambushed by a monster just a few kilometers north of the Great Wall. Garin and Tovar are the only ones to make it out alive; they cut off one of the monster's arms and bring it with them. As soon as they…