I saw this movie in the mid-late 90s, but don’t remember if it was new or not (probably older, 80s maybe, even late 70s with the hairstyles and bad effects).
Basic plot that I can recall – Necromancer brothers are sent forward in time to a modern day city on a quest to rescue a (princess?).
It was in English, not subtitled, and in colour.
Rented it on VHS to watch with my little brothers at the time.
I only remember the last scene and line in the movie. One of the necromancers had died in the last fight. As the remaining brother is walking away with the (princess), she looks at the dead brother’s (corpse? grave?) and asks if the alive brother is going to do anything about him, and the last line in the movie is him saying ‘Nah, he’ll keep’.
I found the name of it buried on a chat somewhere a few years ago and didn’t write it down and now I can’t find any mention of it anywhere and it’s driving me crazy.