This page is split between films that are freely available to watch online and films that are not. (Or at least, the creators of them never wanted them to be.)

Freely Available

For now, the description of each is my opinion only, but once we are ready, we will be reaching out to the creators of each work to brainstorm together a description that is accurate, informative, and not “click-bait”.

This top section only lists work that has been made freely available by its creators. If you have any reason to suspect that a link goes to a pirated work, please send your reasoning to immediately so it can be investigated and removed if correct.

If this site is successful, the order of the list will be updated dynamically based on user reviews (much like but until then the order is based solely on my personal opinion from watching each one start-to-finish, favourite up top, least favourite below.

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Zombie Orpheus

The Gamers is the best place to point when answering the question “What is Tabletop Fiction”. Production value is amazing.

The Gamers 1 & 2: Dorkness Rising & Hands of Fate

The Gamers series can be watched in any order, except these two.

Dorkness Rising is set around a Dungeons and Dragons game and flips back and forth between filming the characters in the game and the players of the game. Although it has its funny moments, it’s never at the expense of the pacing, the relatability, or the believability.

Hands of fate follows some of the same characters, but this time is set around a collectable card game, still flipping back and forth between the players of the game and the characters inside it. How is that even possible with a card game? Using amazing script writing, good special effects, and breathtaking image filters. There is no better example anywhere of how Tabletop Fiction does not have to be about a role playing game.

The Gamers 3: Humans & Households

Yes, it’s exactly what you’re thinking, and it’s everything you hope it is. It’s a very similar concept to my book, but it approaches it from a very different angle.

The Gamers 4: Natural One

Similar to Dorkness Rising, only the game is in a cyberpunk setting and instead of playing for fun, our hero is playing for the right to be allowed to remain with his fiancée. Is that high enough stakes for you?

The Gamers: The Series

A few bits and pieces of what is to come.

Dark Dungeons

To understand this, first read this wiki article, then read this comic. If you don't, you'll have no idea what the heck you just watched.


There may be some debate as to whether this classifies as Tabletop Fiction, but it’s definitely a masterpiece either way. Be ready to laugh, cry, and sit on the edge of your seat. It’s a good all-rounder.


Unforgoten Realms

Arguably the funniest on this list, though don’t expect to be touched and moved on a deep and meaningful level. This is more an attempt to put as many laughs in the shortest amount of time possible.

One Hit Die

Legend of the Lich Lord

Crushmas Special


One Hit Die tries to do Tabletop Fiction in a style similar to The Office. Each season is better than the last, and not much will be ruined for you if you watch the seasons in reverse order. (Top to bottom, I listed them in reverse order for your convenience.) Though definitely watch the episodes within each season in the correct order.

Pretty In Geek Series

Pretty in Geek

This is a nice drama about the conflicts of a mostly female gaming group. Very well paced, you’ll never want it to hurry up.

Rolling High

Rolling High

This is a story of the Pathfinder roleplaying game and office work. That’s all you need to know. Protect yourself from spoilers.

Rob Hunt

Standard Action

This would be higher on the list, but it starts slow. Stick it out, because it gets better with each episode, eventually hitting absolute brilliance. You have to stick it out though. This series does not make much sense if watched out of order.

GOLD the Series

Night of the Zombie King

Although this is the second in the series, it is placed first because it is definitely the strongest. If you only have time to watch one, definitely make it this one. Both are set in the same world, but follow different characters so there are no spoilers between them. You only need to understand that this is a world where tabletop roleplaying is a professional sport with celebrity athletes. (This would have been established for you if you watched the episodes in correct order, but now you don't need to.)


This is a story about professional players and dungeon masters. Keep in mind that in 2008, when the film was released, these professions did not yet exist, so the film's concepts of "training" and "tournaments" failed to line up with reality. (RPG tournaments were a real thing, but the players were never full time professionals.) That aside, good writing, good production value, I recommend checking it out.

Whit Whitman

Knights of the Dinner Table Live Action Series

This is a live action version of the comic by the same name. If you already enjoy the comic, this film is an absolute must-see. Whit Whitman (a.k.a. Ken Whitman), the director of this, also wrote and starred in Brothers Barbarian, which is almost, but technically not, Tabletop Fiction, so it's almost, but technically not, included in this list. (Season 1: Episode 2 at 3:38 orcs are playing a tabletop roleplaying game called "Houses & Humans".)

Gamer Chick Show

Gamer Chick

Obvious equipment and software limitations, but the writing and acting made it work. Season 2 is more of the same, but better in every way as production seemed to transition from "no budget" to "low budget" and the writing gained a lot more depth and believability. However, watching this out of order is not an option as every episode contains major spoilers for the episodes before. We are all looking forward to season 3.


Beyond the Barrier

A beautiful production, but sadly spoiled by a few minor audio issues. This story takes place both at the table and on gorgeous in-game locations.

Meg Harvey

The Monday Knights

This project suffers from its own ambition. The talent behind the visual effects is amazing, but they seem to fall short of what they are trying to be. The plot leads toward an ending that raises more questions than it answers. There was probably an amazing sequel written, one that explains all of the odd details that don't quite seem to add up, but sadly no sign that it will ever be made.

Zombie Cat Productions

Magic the Gathering the Musical

Yes, it’s exactly what you’re imagining. You don't need to watch it to know whether or not you'll like it.


Board James

This is a series of board game reviews, and most of them end with a short fictional sketch. So technically it should be on this list, and rules is rules, here it is.

Not Freely Available

These are not freely available (legally anyway).

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2017 Journey Quest Season 3

2017 13 Demons

2016 Beyond the Gates

2014 Of Dice and Men

2013 Zero Charisma

2012 Unicorn City

2011 The Dungeon Master

2008 The Assemblage of the Crystal Sphere: A D&D Story

2008 Thaco

2008 GamerZ

2007 Eternal Blood

2006 Gamers

2006 Geekin'

2005 Fellowship Of The Dice

2002 Gamers

2001 Knight Chills

1984 Mazes and Monsters