Fire and Ice

Date:
1983
Performers:
Randy Norton

Cynthia Leake

Steve Sandor
Writers:
Roy Thomas

Gerry Conway
Director:
Ralph Bakshi
WRC Score:
3/4
Note: 
First posted in
a different form
on August  14, 2011

Fire and Ice tells the tale of a wicked queen using her son’s magical art to cover the world under ice.  Standing against her are a young warrior, a mysterious loner, and a nubile princess who isn’t wearing enough for arctic environments.

Seriously.  Girl needs to cover up before she gets frost bite where she doesn’t want frost bite.

A fine example of the Sword and Sorcery subgenre, Fire and Ice is filled with action and magic.   It might not be as good as a certain Cimmerian’s flick, but it does stand out from the pack that was running at the time.

There is a bit of color coding that might offend, but then again it might not.  In any case I found it a good movie (1.5 points) and I liked it as I watched it (1.5 points).

Overall Score: 3 total point out of a possible 4

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