It’s been a long-awaited film, yet critics are tearing it to pieces. Is the new Batman v Superman film really that bad or can it be redeemed? Dave, David, Mike, and Adam look at what Zack Snyder & Co brought to the silver screen to determine if this movie can, indeed, launch the Justice League franchise they’re hoping for.
Although Mike is away practicing for his upcoming performance in The Producers, Dave and David sat down with first-time guest Matt Brown to chat about The Dark Knight Rises, Christopher Nolan’s closing chapter in his take on the Batman universe. What was good? What was bad? How many times do the guys make fun of Bane’s voice? Listen to this episode and find out!
We dive back into the world of Batman with Christopher Nolan’s second film in the highly-acclaimed Dark Knight Trilogy. With memorable performances by the entire cast, including a stellar performance by Heath Ledger as The Joker, this very well could be the best Batman film to date.
Part 7 in our BATMAN ON FILM series.
As part of the Crossover Nexus Initiative, we welcome Steve MacDonald (Strangers and Aliens) onto the show to discuss a topic of his choosing: the 1943 Batman serials.
At last, we have finally reached the film dedicated to icey one-liners, rubber nipples, and bright colors. Join us as we review Joel Schumaker’s second attempt at a Batman flick: BATMAN & ROBIN.
Our friend Adam McDorman came back to our hometown of Kokomo, Indiana, and joined us in our discussion of Joel Schumaker’s takeover of the Batman franchise. What did we think of Batman Forever? You’ll have to listen to find out!
Tim Burton returns with some of the cast from Batman in the 1992 sequel. Are you curious about what we thought? If so, listen to this shorter episode. (Sorry, “Agents of SHIELD” was coming on!)
Are you ready for us to talk about Tim Burton’s Joker? Wait. That’s not right… Batman. We meant Batman. Sorry.
With gangster mimes, a Batman that seemed a little tormented, and an insane Joker, this is the Batman film with the darkness that fans of Frank Miller’s work wanted and it is said that Tim Burton delivered. Do you agree? Do we agree?
As the first true installment of our Batman on Film series, we go to the way-way back machine and visit 1966’s Batman: The Movie.