23rd April is St George’s Day. And as he famously killed a dragon, we decided to use this as an excuse to celebrate our favourite film dragons.


1. Taro in the 7th Voyage of Sinbad

Before digital special effects there was the wonderful world of stop motion animation presided over by Ray Harryhausen. Watch his dragon fight a minotaur in this classic adventure film.


2. The dragon in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part Two

First guarding Gringotts Bank, it becomes a getaway dragon. Need we say more?


3. Draco in DragonHeart

The last dragon and a disillusioned dragonslayer team up to defeat an evil king. Unlikely fact: the dragon is voiced by Sean Connery.


4. Pete's Dragon

Or Elliott as he’s known to his friend Pete. A ‘boy meets monster’ tale that will melt your heart.


5. Smaug in The Hobbit

A lover of treasure, though less keen on Hobbits, Smaug is both terrifying and destructive.


6. King Ghidorah in Godzilla: King of the Monsters

What’s better than a dragon? A three headed dragon, and arch enemy of the mighty Godzilla, that’s what.


7. Reign of Fire

When dragons take over the planet in a dystopian future, only Christian Bale and Matthew McConaughey can save humanity.


8. Dragonstorm in Transformers: The Last Knight

As if dragons weren’t scary enough, what about an autobot dragon? Don’t have nightmares.


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