The Fraze Vs. the “Alien” prequel
The Fraze on “Moon” and “The Hurt Locker”
We visit the Chicago set of “A Nightmare on Elm Street”
The Fraze checks out “Transformers 2″; recalls memories published in print
Adam Frazier, and Paramount, with some “Revenge” trivia!
”Another classic romp that will no doubt change the shape of comedy to come”
”It was funny. It was scary. It was intrusive. It was revolting. It was a damn good time”
”Hey, at least itâ€™s better than Rise of the Machines”
A frustrated Adam Frazier looks at the state of cinema today
”It’s a good time, but it’s not perfect”
”All I will say is, I will never watch this movie again”
The Fraze checks out the first season of Lucasfilm’s “The Clone Wars”
“As a remake, had a lot of potential. There is a story and a message worth retelling and reemphasizing. Unfortunately, Derricksonâ€™s take on it was rather underwhelming. There were several moments I enjoyed, which might actually make the film more disappointing – for the squandered prospect of what it could have been”
“Frost / Nixon is Ron Howard’s best film. That’s my opinion. That’s my critique”
Checks out the ‘Big Blue Penis’ in “Watchmen”
What does the hit TV series have to do with Egyptian mythology?
It’s been three weeks, two days, and 23 hours since Tris (Alexis Dziena) broke up with Nick (Michael Cera). And now here she is at his band’s gig, with some new guy. Everyone knows a girl like Tris, or as I like to call her, the destroyer of worlds.
The Fraze doesn’t like what he’s seen so far…
The Fraze’s Review Round-Up! “Button”, “Valkyrie”, “Slumdog” and more!
A collective culture look back on the best and worst moments of the year
Itâ€™s not a guilty pleasure, and itâ€™s not one of those movies thatâ€™s so bad itâ€™s good. It fails at even being laughable and enjoyable. I will say that some critics have chosen to be excruciately cruel to it, comparing it to ”Battlefield Earth” or ”Gigli”, but I assure you The Spirit is not that horrid â€“ itâ€™s just really bad, dumb and all-around worthless.
A truly terrifying film starring Liv Tyler and Scott Speedman. In the vein of John Larroquetteâ€™s iconic narration of â€œThe Texas Chainsaw Massacre,â€ â€œThe Strangersâ€ opens with a similar, unsettling advisory: