Catch an all day Batman movie marathon Saturday, December 26th on IFC.
Catch an all-day Batman movie marathon Wednesday December 9th on IFC.
Spend the night arguing about whether Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer or George Clooney was the best Batman when we show back-to-back- Batman movies. We’re kicking things off with George Clooney suiting up to play Gotham’s Dark Knight in Joel Shumacher’s take on “Batman & Robin” at 5:15 p.m. ET/4:15 p.m. CT. Batman faces off against […]
Tonight at 7:15 p.m. ET we are lighting up the sky over Gotham with the Bat Signal, because the Dark Knight is coming to IFC. Tim Burton’s 1989 “Batman” is the big-screen response to the serious (and seriously violent) revisionist comic book tales of the ’80s. The film reimagines Gotham as a foreboding industrial metropolis […]
No matter how good “The Dark Knight Rises” is, we’ll never forget these strange moments.
Earlier this week, we heard from “Trespass” director Joel Schumacher about Christopher Nolan’s record-breaking run with Batman — a character near and dear to his heart after he made not one but two films featuring the DC Comics icon. While Schumacher’s first adventure with Batman was a box-office success — 1995’s “Batman Forever” — his […]
When “The Dark Knight Rises” hits theaters next year, it will present the final chapter in Christopher Nolan’s record-breaking Batman trilogy that relaunched, redefined, and reinvigorated DC’s iconic superhero. And while there’s been no shortage of reboots on the big and small screens lately, few have been as successful as the “Inception” filmmaker’s take on […]
The dominant narrative about movie soundtracks points to the ’90s as the key moment when the all-original score was tossed aside in favor of soundtracks stringing together disconnected B-sides and one-offs from bands (that didn’t even need to be in the movie) — another key source of revenue in the ever-expanding merchandising race. “Singles” was […]
Since 1940’s “Batman” #4, and his first movie serial three years later, the Caped Crusader has called Gotham City his home. On screen and on the printed page, its visual representation has changed quite a bit over almost 70 years. At times, the look of the metropolis has been an afterthought; at others, directors have […]