Superhero Shorts: Batman Puppetmaster



You do NOT want to miss out on this post! Bubbawheat from shares a look at a recent short film entitled “Batman: Puppetmaster” that “tries to expand the ultra realistic style that Christopher Nolan created” and tells a story that fits The Riddler into Nolan’s Gotham. I was so impressed with this post I HAD to Reblog it (it’s the 1st time I’ve ever reblogged a post). Bubbawheat not only shares the 15min short film, he also shares his interview with the writer of it, Chris Wiltz. Enjoy this MUST WATCH short film and MUST READ interview! It’s pretty sweet.

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T, The Focused Filmographer

Flights, Tights, and Movie Nights

Batman: Puppetmaster

Welcome to this week’s edition of Superhero Shorts where I take a look at a different superhero themed short film and get the creator of the film to answer a few interview questions. This week I’m talking with the writer Chris Wiltz about the recent short film Batman: Puppetmaster that tries to expand the ultra realistic style that Christopher Nolan created with his movie trilogy. In Puppetmaster, they examine how The Riddler could fit into Nolan’s Gotham, as well as bringing in their version of Zsasz, briefly, and Scarface. You can watch it below, or at their website

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  1. Hi, Terrence and company:

    The ‘Puppet Master’ short was great!

    Really liked the inclusion of Zsasz. A bad guy not seen since ‘Batman Begins’. A very under rated psycho. Also liked Nygma. The Ventriloquist was spot on as well.

    Also caught the ‘Nightwing’ short with Oracle and Red Hood.

    The more I saw of the short, the more I think Joseph Gordon-Levitt would be a much better fit. Feel kind of let down that DC brought The Red Hood, which was an earlier incarnation of the Joker; and grown up, snot nosed punk, Jason Todd back. Since I voted for the Joker to off Jason Todd’s Robin decades ago!


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