Emma Fraser, FOX 29

Emma Fraser

FOX 29

United Kingdom

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Recent:
  • FOX 29
  • ELLE Magazine (US)
Past:
  • FOX6 News
  • Little White Lies
  • Syfy
  • New York Observer

Recent articles by Emma:

Terror on Tubi: ‘Rosemary’s Baby’ in Paris and New York, its cities of fright

Haunted houses are a horror staple, but one of the genre's most famous isn't a house, but an apartment. Film critic Emma Fraser looks at the importance of place in "Rosemary's Baby." → Read More

How the 'Impeachment' Costumes Reflect the Real-Life Clinton-Lewinsky Scandal

'Impeachment: American Crime Story' costume designer Meredith Markworth-Pollack discusses replicating real-life wardrobes of the key players in the Clinton-Lewinsky scandal. → Read More

Terror on Tubi: ‘I Spit on Your Grave’ and its Final Girl legacy

Since it first hit screens in 1978, “I Spit on Your Grave” has been met with fierce criticism regarding its depiction of rape and revenge. Film critic Emma Fraser explores its legacy. → Read More

Terror on Tubi countdown: Dive into the depths of 'The Descent'

Directed by Neil Marshall (“Game of Thrones,” “Hell Boy”), “The Descent” is often lauded as one of the best horror films of the last 20 years. It deserves that reputation. → Read More

How to Shop Outfits Inspired by Bridgerton, The Crown, The Queen's Gambit, and Other Emmy Nominees

We break down the signature style of six Emmy-nominated shows (and one that missed the cut)—and give a few options for replicating their looks. → Read More

‘Die Hard’: the everyman appeal of John McClane’s iconic undershirt

Before 1988, the humble white undershirt had been sported on screen by the likes of Marlon Brando, Paul Newman, Warren Beatty and Robert De Niro, which laid the foundation for this Hollywood symbol of masculinity. Enter Bruce Willis as John McClane and the unexpected box office success of “Die Hard.” → Read More

How the Costumes on ‘Dickinson’ Emphasize the Sartorial Fire Burning Within

Costume designer Jennifer Moeller explains how she took Emily’s creative passion to stylish new heights in season 2. → Read More

Inside the Elaborate ‘WandaVision’ Hair and Makeup Process

The hair and makeup heads break down how they brought the sitcom world of Wanda and Vision to life. → Read More

Inside Lara Jean’s ‘To All the Boys: Always and Forever’ Wardrobe

Costume designer Lorraine Carson breaks down Lara Jean's evolving style, senior year milestones, and NYU-ready wardrobe. → Read More

Inside Promising Young Woman's Subversive Costumes and Makeup Shape

Each undone button and crinkle is part of Cassie’s ruse, and her revolving closet is as purposeful as her imperfectly applied eyeliner. ELLE.com talks to Nancy Steiner and Angie Wells. → Read More

The 25 best TV shows of 2020

From Schitt’s Creek to The Last Dance and I May Destroy You, here are our favourite small-screen offerings from the past year. → Read More

The Crown’s Costume Designer Breaks Down Princess Diana's Wardrobe

Amy Roberts on reimagining a fashion icon and why the final scene of season 4 hints at what's to come. → Read More

Traveling through time with the Bill & Ted production designer

From constructing a freeway in a New Orleans parking lot to Death's dream home, the challenge and joy of designing Bill & Ted Face the Music with Melanie Jones. → Read More

From The Innocents to The Haunting of Bly Manor, the timeless appeal of Henry James

Henry James' scary novella has been adapted for the stage and screen across the globe, including the forthcoming Haunting of Bly Manor. We explore why. → Read More

Why The Boys Season 2 finale fight scene is so satisfying

One of the most enjoyable scenes of the year is courtesy of The Boys Season 2 finale and we break down why. → Read More

The enduring horror and psychological trauma of a Gothic mansion

The Haunting of Bly Manor joins the packed Gothic horror real estate line-up and we explore why this location continues to produce enticing movies and TV shows. → Read More

Ethan Hawke delivers a fiery sermon in The Good Lord Bird

He stars as the controversial abolitionist John Brown in Showtime’s Civil War-era historical drama. → Read More

Costume and a lack of identity in Tenet

The to-die-for tailored looks of Tenet have grabbed all the sartorial headlines, but the use of uniforms tells a wider story about the flawed narrative. → Read More

Why seeing Batman's eye makeup is such a revelation

Robert Pattinson is the first Batman to reveal his smudgy eye makeup without the cowl. Here's why this is an interesting choice by director Matt Reeves. → Read More

Girl Power as a commodity in The Boys

The marketing of superheroes is central to the business at the heart of Vought and the arrival of Stormfront on The Boys has led to further exploration of girl power rhetoric. → Read More