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Batman (1989) Retro Review

Batman (1989) Retro Review
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Episode 218: Batman (1989) Retro Review

It’s time for a Retro Review of 1989’s Batman from Tim Burton starring Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson! We talk casting, aesthetics, story, and more from this live action re-imagining of the Dark Knight. Before that, we talk the latest news in entertainment including things heating up between Ray Fisher (Cyborg) and Warner Bros. over his Justice League accusations, the cancellation of Venture Bros. after 17 years, our biggest box office weekend since March thanks to Tenet, and the release of the live action Mulan on Disney Plus’ premiere offering along with a lot of controversy surrounding the film.

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Hosts: Rae Stewart | Derreck Mayer | Ryan Couture

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Batman (1989) Retro Review

The Rise and Fall of Tim Burton

Happy October, everyone! We kick off the month of Halloween with one of our most well-known directors, Tim Burton. His latest film, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children hit theaters this past weekend, so we sat down to talk about the Eva Green film while also touching Tim Burton’s most famous works, the good and the bad. We discuss what we love about his films and where we think he has gone wrong in the past and with his latest, Miss Peregrine.

We had some wonderful people join us for the live stream this week! They posed questions, comments, made jokes, and helped

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Derreck Mayer
Rachel Stewart
Ryan Couture

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Derreck Mayer

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Derreck Mayer

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Michael Wallace (Flying Killer Robots)

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The Rise and Fall of Tim Burton

“What If” Batman v Superman was Made in the 90s

We’re back after a week off to discuss how Batman v Superman would have been different if it was done 25 years ago in the early 90s! Your three hosts each provide their own take on their version of the film including who would portray Batman and Superman, what other Justice League members would be included and how the plot would be different back during the height of the Michael Keaton Batman.

Before we kick off this week’s What If scenario, we talk about our experiences at Kansas City Comic Con this past weekend. Ryan with Buster Props had an artist alley table and Rae with the Super Sirens had a cosplay booth while I (Derreck) enjoyed a nice press pass.

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Derreck Mayer
Rachel Stewart
Ryan Couture

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Derreck Mayer

Editor
Derreck Mayer

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Michael Wallace (Flying Killer Robots)

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“What If” Batman v Superman was Made in the 90s

Alice Through the Looking Glass, trailer review

Fans of the 2010 Disney film Alice in Wonderland got treated to an all new trailer this week for the sequel film, Alice Through the Looking Glass. We have the returning main cast of characters, Mia Wasikowska as Alice, Johnny Depp as The Mad Hatter, Anne Hathaway as The White Queen, and Helena Bonham Carter as The Red Queen. In addition to the returning main four characters we also have new additions for the villain Time, a half clock, half human being, played by Sacha Baron Cohen who has the ability to freeze time and go back and forth between different time periods, and the Mad Hatters father played by Rhys Ifans. Also returning are the voice talents of Alan Rickman, Stephen Fry, and Michael Sheen.

The new trailer opens with Alan Rickman’s character of Absolem talking and guiding Alice through a mirror and back into the world of Wonderland. We know from the original teaser released a while back that something has happened to the Mad Hatter and Alice must go back to Wonderland to try and save him from the villain, Time presumably. This trailer doesn’t show a whole lot of new footage or story plot elements but it does give us glimpses of the main characters, Time questioning Hatter and the March Hare about where Alice is and when she is meant to arrive in Wonderland, The Red Queen wanting revenge from her defeat in the first film and still wanting to cut off Alice’s head, Time turning the hands on a clock backwards and making Bayard the Bloodhound revert back to puppy, a very dark and scary looking Mad Hatter with dark circles under his eyes and grey streaks in his orange hair, and what seems to be an allegiance between Time and The Red Queen against Alice and her friends. The trailer is complete with it being cut to the Jefferson Airplane song “White Rabbit,” covered by artist P!NK. We still know very little about this movie but what has been shown looks very promising, and with Tim Burton now producing and James Bobin, director of The Muppets and The Muppets Most Wanted now in the director’s chair, along with Linda Woolverton returning to write the screenplay, this Disney sequel will surely be one to see when it opens in theaters on May 27th.

Check out the newly released poster and both trailers for the film bellow.

Alice Through the Looking Glass

 

What did you all think of the new Alice Through the Looking Glass trailer? Do you think it will do as well as the original film or even better? Sound off in the comments bellow and let us know what you think of the Alice sequel.

Alice Through the Looking Glass, trailer review