Deathstalker and the Warriors from Hell, also known as Deathstalker III: The Warriors from Hell, is a 1988 sword and sorcery fantasy film. It is the third film in the Deathstalker tetralogy.
Deathstalker, a medieval adventurer, meets a princess. She dies, then he meets her identical sister. They have to find a stone and save all creation from the villain.
- John Allen Nelson as Deathstalker
- Carla Herd as Carissa / Elizena
- Thom Christopher as Troxartas
- Terri Treas as Camisarde
- Roger Cudney as Inaros
- Claudia Inchaurregui as Marinda
- The exterior shots of Troxartas' castle are stock footage from The Raven (1963).
- The opening credits music theme is borrowed from Battle Beyond the Stars (1980), another Roger Corman production.
- The background music in the scene where Deathstalker prepares to escape from the valley and first kisses Marinda is the prophecy theme (composed by Brian Eno) from Dune (1984).
- Miguel Angel Fuentes (from Pumaman) appears as an evil bodyguard with a huge mustache.
- The second film in the Deathstalker series was later selected to be used in the Mystery Science Theater 3000 Live - 30th Anniversary Tour. The producers had originally planned to use the first Deathstalker film, but they changed their minds.