This has been on TBS a zillion times, so everybody’s probably seen it at least once. Marc Singer stars as Dar, a warrior who can control tigers, falcons and ferrets with his mind. He and Seth (Good Times’ John Amos) try to rescue a slave girl (A View to a Kill’s Tanya Roberts), help a young prince, and defeat the evil Maax (Larry Sander’s Rip Torn), who sacrifices kids. Of course, Dar has to fight a guy who rides on horseback and wears a bat wing helmet, because every sword and sorcery movie made in the 80’s has a villain who rides on horseback and wears a bat wing helmet. It’s rated PG, but it still has enough action, gore (severed heads in soup), and nudity (Roberts goes for a topless swim, which you don’t get to see on TBS) to keep everybody happy. The bat-like creatures that wrap their wings around their victims and eat them till they’re nothing but slime and bones are the best part. (They gave me nightmares as a kid.) Singer later appeared on the V mini-series and director Don Coscarelli also directed Phantasm and Bubba Ho-Tep.