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Thursday, 1 July 2021

BATMAN: THE LONG HALLOWEEN, PART ONE

BATMAN: THE LONG HALLOWEEN, PART ONE

Trailer          

Synopsis

During a dark time in a hostage held Gotham City, the powerful Falcone family spreads crime and corruption. A mysterious killer by the name of Holiday adds to the chaos whilst targeting the underworld, leaving a trail of terror, and body bags. Batman, D.A. Harvey Dent and Captain James Gordon race against time as the next ill-fated holiday nears. This critically acclaimed graphic novel begins a chain of events with twists that will change the Dark Knight

Cinema

VOD

Run Time

One hour, Twenty Two minutes (1h 22m)

Movie Rating

100% ß Personal View

Age Rating

Personally I would say, 15 (Action / Adventure / Animation / Crime / Violence / Bloody Images / Some Smoking / Language)

Cast

Batman / Bruce Wayne – Jensen Ackles
Alfred Pennyworth – Alastair Duncan
Harvey Dent – Josh Duhamel
Catwoman / Selina Kyle – Naya Rivera
Carmine Falcone – Titus Welliver
James Gordan – Billy Burke
Joker – Troy Baker
Calendar Man / Julian Day – David Dastmalchian
Barbara Gordon – Amy Landecker
Alberto Falcone – Jack Qaid
Gilda Dent – Julie Nathanson
Solomon Grundy – Fred Tatasciore
Sal Maroni – Jim Pirri
Carla Viti – Non Speaking
Poison Ivy – Non Speaking
Mat Hatter – Non Speaking
Penguin – Non Speaking
Scarecrow – Non Speaking

Movie details

Mid – Credits: No

End – Credits: No

Before the Review: Coronavirus continues to dominate the news, impacting people’s lives. Moving on, Former Health Secretary Matt Hancock is replaced by Sajid Javid after being caught violating social distancing rules, South American COVID 19 “Lambda” variant detected in UK as Delta variant cases continue to rise, doubts raised for 19th July easing of lockdown, over 44 million have received the first Coronavirus dose whilst over 32 million have received a second dose and entitled drivers continue to drive recklessly on the roads where they are cutting others off dangerously *facepalm*

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Effective from (04:00am) 30/06/21, the current countries on the RED LIST where travel to the UK is banned includes:

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IF YOU ARRIVE INTO ENGLAND FROM A GREEN LIST COUNTRY, YOU MUST TAKE A COVID-19 TEST, BOOK AND PAY FOR DAY 2 COVID-19 TEST (SELF ISOLATE / QUARANTINE ONLY IF COVID-19 RESULT IS POSITIVE OR NHS TEST AND TRACE INFORMS YOU TO), PASSING THROUGH RED / AMBER LIST COUNTRIES REQUIRES YOU TO FOLLOW THEIR RULES AS OUTLINED ABOVE

Effective from (04:00am) 30/06/21, the current countries on the GREEN LIST includes:

Anguilla, Antarctica/British Antarctic Territory, Antigua and Barbuda, Australia, Balearic Islands (Formentera/Ibiza/Mallorca/Menorca), Barbados, Bermuda, British Indian Ocean Territory, British Virgin Islands, Brunei, Cayman Islands, Dominica, Falkland Islands, Faroe Islands, Gibraltar, Grenada, Iceland, Israel and Jerusalem, Malta, Montserrat, New Zealand, Pitcairn/Henderson/Ducie and Oeno Islands, Portugal (includes the Azores and Madeira), Singapore, South Georgia/Sandwich Islands, St Helena/Ascension/Tristan da Cunha, Turks and Caicos Islands,

*ALL LISTS SUBJECT TO CHANGE IN ACCORDANCE WITH GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES / WWW.GOV.UK

Review:  Slated to be released as part of Superman: Man of Tomorrow continuity, The Long Halloween Part One serves as an origin story of sorts with some give-aways, like the absence of The World’s Greatest Detective moniker that Batman has become known to be associated with. Some of Batman’s rogues make appearances and others in non speaking capacities, which could hint at future roles. Given that this could become a shared universe, other DC characters may end up making appearances. The movie has a Nolan-equse feel, like Batman Begins. Jensen Ackles, although unsuccessfully not cast as Batman in the DCEU, lends his voice as Bruce Wayne/Batman, hopefully for multiple movies here. Part 2 is expected fall of July 2021


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