The Dark Knight was a fairly well-known film in its time. Mike and Matt decide to go back and take a look at this hidden gem to see if it’s worth paying attention to in any way. Wish us luck!
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Batman Begins is absolutely excellent. Spend an hour with discussing why the film is so very excellent. In fact, it’s probably even better than The Dark Knight. Deal with it, people.
Continue reading The Tape Crusaders: Episode #5 – Batman Begins
This episode was made before America fell to a racist fascist who appointed a white nationalist, anti-semite to a senior position in his White House within a week.
Also, these movies fucking suck. Continue reading The Tape Crusaders: Episode #4 – Batman Forever and Batman & Robin
Director: Scott Derrickson
Runtime: 115 minutes
Warning: This review contains major film spoilers. Continue reading Doctor Strange Review
If Batman was not Tim Burton-y enough for you, we have got the film for you! It’s called Batman Returns! If you pay real close attention, you may even catch a glimpse of Batman returning to the big screen in this Penguin origins story! Continue reading The Tape Crusaders: Episode #3 – Batman Returns
Mike and Matt disagree a lot on this one. Matt likes the film, and Mike has actual tastes in art. Regardless of how bad this film is though, its significance cannot be questioned! Check out episode #2 of THE TAPE CRUSADERS! Continue reading The Tape Crusaders: Episode #2 – Batman (1989)
Mike Thomas and Matt Waters are not just fans of X-Men, ladies and gentlemen. They have a wide range of interests. They can discuss a great many things in this world other than X-Men. For instance, they can discuss…BATMAN! And there is a whole lot of Batman to discuss because this fascist fucker has been around for a very long time.
With that in mind, let’s go back to a time when Batman was less of a fascist. Let’s go back to a time when Batman was a deputized member of the Gotham City police. Let’s go back to the funniest interpretation of Batman ever and one of the most purely entertaining. Ladies and gentlemen, tune in to The Reel World podcast, The Tape Crusaders for an analysis of the 1966 Batman. Continue reading The Tape Crusaders: Episode #1 – Batman (1966)