Batman meets The Punisher and a host of regular DC villains in this almost-fan film. I say “almost fan” as “fan film” tends to imply amateur, but that’s not the case here.
Batman, Lee Charles, has a healthy IMDB, The Punisher, Mark Griffin, has been in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom and the Dragons of Camelot, and the Penguin, Laurence R. Harvey, equally robust in credits. Cornelius Geaney Jr is the Joker, and Michelle Bayly is Petra Lebedev.
You’ll recognise much of the music too; Night by John Carpenter, Psycho Killer by Talking Heads and Der Mussolini by D.A.F.
The costumes and set are spot on and put the title of the “1986” title of the superhero hero into context. This is Gotham in the 80s.
Plotwise? There is a plot here, and it kicks off strongly with Penguin. There are no prizes for predicting the inevitable tension between Bruce Wayne and Frank Castle over their competing styles of vigilantism, though.
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