Frazetta: Painting With Fire

10 Overall Score
Story: 10/10
Interviews: 10/10
Cast: 10/10

Interviews with Frank Frazetta, Ralph Bakshi, Neal Adams and more.

Nothing bad to say about this documentary.


Frazetta: Painting With Fire
Cinemachine/Dark Kingdom

Frazetta: Painting With Fire is a wonderfully powferful documentary about the life and times of Frank Frazetta, this is the companion disc that accompanies the Ralph Bakshi animated classic film “Fire & Ice” when purchased on DVD.

I’m so happy I chose to pick up Fire & Ice when I saw it on the shelf and it made me even happier when I opened up the box to find a double DVD set which included this awesome documentary. Within this documentary we learn all about the great Frank Frazetta, and how he became to be, and what and who shaped him to the artist he became.

From family, baseball to drawing and on to painting, this film tells us all and includes interviews with Frank Frazetta, Ralph Bakshi, Neal Adams, Simon Bisely, and more. If you’re a fan of Frank Frazetta, the arts or comic books, then this is a film that you gotta watch!

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One Comment on "Frazetta: Painting With Fire"

  1. MFCFU August 8, 2012 at 11:35 am - Reply

    This movie is from 2003, why would you review it in 2012?

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