You're describing "The Dark Crystal," 1982, a Jim Henson production billed as featuring no human actors at all. It's a kind of precursor to the lighter, more popular "Labyrinth."
The protagonists are "gelflings", thought to be extinct. The fact that female gelflings can fly is one of the big reveals of the movie.
I cannot find out how she goes to Toyland in this movies (If she actually hits her head), but is it by any chance Babes in Toyland (1986)?
Its a movie about an 11 year-old girl (Drew Barrymore) who is transported into this fantasy world during Christmas Eve where she has to fight against Barnaby (the villain).
Lisa Piper (Drew Barrymore), an eleven-year-...
The Inhabited Island (2008)
The film is set in the year 2157, following the exploits of a young
earthling named Maksim who unexpectedly crash lands on an uncharted
yet fully populated planet.
Maksim, now a stranger in a strange land, must figure out how to
survive in this hostile new world while simultaneously bringing about
a revolution ...
That would be Hellboy II - The Golden Army.
From the synopsis: Hellboy fights against the prince across the entire chamber, at one point finally gaining the upper hand. But he refuses to take the Prince's life. As they fight, Nuala feels the wounds that Hellboy inflicts upon her brother. Nuada prepares to stab Hellboy in the back, but suddenly collapses ...
This sounds like Poltergeist: The Legacy. It ran in the late 90s on Showtime and the Sci Fi Channel. It was about a team of paranormal investigators and one of them was Dr. Rachel Corrigan, a widow with a daughter called Kat who had a friend called Miranda in season 4 (when Kat was a teenager); she appeared for several episodes and tried to get Kat into ...
Lynch himself, as I see it, takes great pride in the fact that his films are not of specific genre.
In many interviews he implies that not only the meaning of his films are up to the interpretation of the viewers, but probably the genre also.
It depends on the meaning that you, as a viewer, give to the scenes you see in his pictures, to interpret whether ...
Unico is a unicorn character in three animated films, which feature a woman in a diaphanous robe as one of the main characters.
Unico: Black Cloud and White Feather (1979 Japan)
The Fantastic Adventures of Unico (1981 Japan/1983 USA)
Unico in the Island of Magic (1983 Japan/1983 USA)
The first film (Unico: Black Cloud and White Feather) was a straight-to-...
I am quite sure you are you are looking for The magic sword from 1962.
George (Gary Lockwood) is the foster son of Sybil (Estelle Winwood), an elderly sorceress. She brought him up after his "royal parents died of the plague" in his infancy. He has fallen in love at first sight with Princess Helene (Anne Helm).
She is kidnapped by the wizard Lodac (...
I'm almost tempted to say it's "Warriors of the Wind", which is a bastardized version of the anime classic Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind.
Everything sort of matches your description, though I'm having trouble with the Tabasco ice cream. In the original Japanese version there was a scene where Nausicaa and Asbel are eating nuts inside an underground ...
Sounds like you're looking for Sword of Vengeance (2015)
The movie is centered around a Prince looking for vengeance on his uncle:
the film proceeds to depict the efforts of Norman prince Shadow Walker (Stanley Weber) to exact vengeance on his uncle, the ruthless Earl Durant (Karl Roden), who rules the north of England in Saddam Hussein-style with his ...
I'm going to take a swing with "So Weird" (1999-2001)
Specifically, season one starts off as "...with Fiona Phillips on tour with her famous rocker mother Molly, brother Jack, a skeptic, bus driver Ned, his wife Irene, and their son Clu. Stringing together all of Fi's paranormal ...