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Eric Brainard 11 months ago
Heavy eroticism for an animated PG film. 1983 huh? Some bits underdrawn. Has a good story.
dominic garvin over 2 years ago
Davis Keck 3 years ago
Possibly the worst animated movie I've seen. There are other contenders though.
Taylor Reginald Wright over 7 years ago
Beautifully animated but with a very thin story. It's still a fun sword and sorcery film.
Scott Maclure over 7 years ago
Childgood classic. Frank Frazetta's style is awesome.
Jonathan Evans over 3 years ago
Noah Rymer over 4 years ago
Asael Acosta almost 5 years ago
Amanda Allen over 6 years ago
Patrick Gaertner almost 7 years ago
Natie Marie almost 7 years ago
Tyler Perry almost 7 years ago
Devon almost 7 years ago
Daniel Jones over 7 years ago
Victoria Goulborn over 7 years ago
daniel montoya over 7 years ago
Kaley Baldwin over 7 years ago
Amy Strickland almost 8 years ago
Daniel Troma Johnsson almost 8 years ago
Fire and Ice is a 1983 animated film, a collaboration between Ralph Bakshi and Frank Frazetta, distributed by 20th Century Fox, which also distributed Bakshi's 1977 release, Wizards. The animated feature, based on characters Bakshi and Frazetta co-created, was made using the process of rotoscoping, in which scenes were shot in live action and then traced onto animation cels. The screenplay was written by Gerry Conway and Roy Thomas, both of whom had written Conan stories for Marvel Comics. Background painter was James Gurney, the author and artist of the famous Dinotopia illustrated novels. Thomas Kinkade also worked on the backgrounds to various scenes. From their stronghold in Icepeak, the evil Queen Juliana (Susan Tyrrell) and her son, Nekron (Stephen Mendel), send forth a wave of glaciers, forcing humanity to retreat south towards the equator. Nekron sends a delegation to King Jarol in Firekeep to request his surrender, but this is a ruse orchestrated by Queen Juliana for Nekron’s...
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