There don't seem to be any tags on SFF.SE for Clash of the Titans. It seems to be in the fantasy realm, but I don't want to post an off-topic question.
Is Clash of the Titans considered fantasy?
Both versions of the film and the 2012 sequel 'Wrath of the Titans' are clearly on-topic for SFF:SE.
They're currently untagged, not because they're off-topic, but simply because no-one has asked a question about them (yet).
The story is a fictionalised mish-mash of Greek, Egyptian and Sumerian myths. Gods and mortals fight against gigantic monsters, dragons, demons, beasts and worm-creatures using a varied mixture of sword and sorcery items and godly magic.
Leading a daring band of warriors, Perseus sets off on a perilous journey deep into forbidden worlds.
Battling unholy demons and fearsome beasts, he will only survive if he can accept his power as a god, defy his fate and create his own destiny.
Genre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Action/Adventure
You have creatures throughout the movie being mingled with the real characters. You saw Sheik Solomon, the big wooden character. So, this is part of the world we’re creating where it’s mythology. Its not history, its not fantasy, it’s an in-between.
“For me, taking Greek mythology and all that fantasy and putting it in a real world that’s epic, like Gladiator, like a big Ridley Scott movie, and taking all that fantasy and putting it in, grounding it, making it feel real, that’s the movie that I wanted to see when I walked into Clash 1 and that’s the movie that Clash 2 is gonna be. That’s what I was looking for, I was looking to come in and have a real, intense, visceral kick-ass experience with spectacle but grounded, with great actors, and that’s what the second one will be.”
Q. You’re doing another big fantasy project right now with Clash of the Titans, right?
Sam: We’re filming it, at the moment.