Trivia: Pat Roach - General Kael - intended to do the stunts by himself, but there was one thing that prevented this: "Insurance - they wouldn't let me." So horsemaster Greg Powell did the stunts for him.
Trivia: Several of the antagonists were named after movie critics: The villainous character of General Kael was named after the noted film critic Pauline Kael, and the unspoken name of the two-headed dragon is the Ebersisk, a reference to Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel.
Trivia: While filming the crossroads cage scene, Val Kilmer was being let out of the cage one day and, while he was half-way out, the chain holding up the cage broke and the cage, made of real iron, fell right on his foot, nearly breaking it. Later in the film Kilmer can be seen walking with a slight limp.
Trivia: During the filming, Warwick Davis met two people who would become part of his family. His then-future wife Samantha Davis appears as a Nelwyn girl in a blue dress in the first village council scene (bottom right of the frame), and her father as the bearded Nelwyn who comforts his distressed wife after the hound's attack.
Trivia: The "Wilhelm Scream" is heard three times in this film. The first can be heard during the chase sequence when a soldier's chariot crashes and he is sent flying; the second at Tir Asleen when the Brownies manage to trigger a large spear shooter that hits several enemy soldiers; and the third when a soldier is cut down by the Army of Galladoorn in front of Nockmaar Castle.