So, you really love Batman. You also, as it happens, really love Lego. What’s the result?
Well according to Carlyle Livingston II and Wayne Hussey, the answer is simple. Construct a huge – and I mean huge - LEGO Batcave, complete with lighting...
Recession? Â What recession.
It’s when you see things like this that it occurs to you that some people maybe have a little too much spare cash.
Elite Home Theater SeatingÂ have posted theirÂ Theater of the MonthÂ and it’s inspired byÂ The Dark Knight Rises. Â Although they didn’t build it, they did help design it.Â
I dunno about you, but I think this is insane.
“For this months â€œTheater of the Monthâ€, we bring you our newest concept, the Dark Knight Theater. Our goal was to fuse together the cozy elements of Wayne Manor, with the Art Deco styling of Gotham...
The Dark Knight Rises star Christian Bale – who plays Batman – has dropped in on some of the victims of the tragic shootings in Colorado last week.
According to Warner Bros, the visit was entirely Bale’s choice. Â He was not acting on their behalf, and indeed, Bale...
We may not have an official review yet, and we’ve probably missed the boat on that one!
But instead, we’re interested on your thoughts and opinions. Â Did it live up to its prequel? Â Was it even better? Â Or was it a messy shambles that wasted three hours of your...
If youâ€™re looking for how to copy one of your previous movieâ€™s publicity material, look no further than the example of Christopher Nolan with his new movie Inception.
The poster above is strikingly similar to another poster produced for his last hit, The Dark Knight. See...
This featured discussion is an experimental idea on Sci-Fi Heaven. It's intended to be like a forum thread rather than your traditional blog post.
It's been a few weeks since The Dark Knight splashed onto our home screens in DVD and Blu-Ray glory, and so hopefully those of you who didn't see the movie an unhealthy number of times in the cinemas now have had the chance to do so.
Now that the hype has settled, and the dust begins to form on top of what is widely considered to be a modern day masterpiece, there have been one or two voices in the distance crying out to be heard. They proclaim The Dark Knight to be overrated: a over-hyped piece of cinema that's simply too dark to be enjoyed. Some say it's just not that good.
So what's it to be? Is The Dark Knight truly a 21st Century wonder that will sit atop the favourite lists of film critics for decades to come, or is it simply much ado about nothing: a film made famous in no small part by the very tragic passing away of Heath Ledger. Is that too cynical?