Sven Hassel - SS-General. A novel about the Battle of Stalingrad written from the perspective of a German soldier.
Jonathan Littell - Les Bienveillantes. Gallimard, Paris 2006. A fictional story of a former SS officer, the third chapter ("Courante") takes place in Stalingrad. The book received two major French literary awards.
Theodor Plievier - Stalingrad. New York: Time, inc., 1966. A pseudo-memoir novel.
The Beast (or The Beast of War in the United Kingdom), a 1988 film depicting a cat-and-mouse battle between a Soviet T-55 tank and a group of mujahedin fighters during the Soviet-Afghanistan War: Tank Commander Daskal (played by George Dzundza) describes to his crew how he, as an 8-year-old boy, was lowered by rope onto German tanks to sabotage them with Molotov cocktails and grenades during the Battle of Stalingrad.
Stalingrad (2013 film) Tells about 6 persons survived the Soviet landings and battled Germans.
Swedish Black Metal band Marduk have a strong interest in the Battle of Stalingrad and have written several songs in relation to the topic. Most noticeably "Steel Inferno". The music video features raw footage of the Battle of Stalingrad itself.
Stalingrad is mentioned in "Roads to Moscow" by Al Stewart.
German Power Metal band Accept wrote a song and titled their thirteenth studio album after the battle
The song "Stalingrad" by Polish rock band Potop 318
A cd compilation called Stalingrad (Der Krieg - Der Wahnsinn) and 2 LP´s where released by the Dutch label Bunker Records
In theater, the play Stalingrad 1942 was presented by Theatre Formation Paribartak of India in 2006
In the first series of the British comedy Peep Show, the character Mark attempts to seduce his neighbor by recounting the battle.
In the 12th episode of the British comedy series Monty Python's Flying Circus, Adolf Hitler (Who is living in postwar England under the guise "Mr. Hilter") is told "You wouldn't have had much fun in Stalingrad", to which he replies, "not much fun in Stalingrad, no".
In episode 8 of series 2 of Horrible Histories, there was a World War II sketch based on the Battle of Stalingrad which shows two Germans trading items from dead people (as the Germans ran out of supplies and had to improvise).