Often around the Internets you find many different kinds of videos. Some are produced by people who obviously have no business using a camera to do anything except filming their vacations.
Then, you find those rare gems produced by people who obviously have talent and know what to do with it. Often these filmmakers don’t have a lot of money but what they lack in funds they more than make up for in sheer creativity.
Case in point is the awesome new Batman fan film City of Scars. Produced by the team of Aaron and Sean Schoenke through their Bat in the Sun productions this film shows, once again, what talented people can do with a little money and a lot of imagination and creativity. It is well worth the time it will take you to watch it and the time it will take to sit through the commercial beforehand.
Check out this awesome fan made movie after the break.
dorodevilJune 23, 2010 at 2:00 am
Its not that good..the voiceover is quite irritating, dialogues are pure clishe and the pace is too slow.The guy in the Batman suit looks great though..straight from the comics.I also loved watching Scarface in live action..But apart from that, watching his movie you realize how good Dark Knight actually is.
dorodevilJune 23, 2010 at 2:11 am
to be honest, i must say i liked the movie better the second time i saw it. the pace does not seem that slow now and the later part ( from the fair scenes on) is quite entertaining…
Chris UllrichJune 23, 2010 at 10:32 am
It’s not a Hollywood feature film. I’m mostly impressed at what these guys did for $27K.
RenegadeScribeJune 20, 2010 at 5:23 am
Were you watching the same movie? Perhaps you accidentally clicked on the link for “Care Bears in The City” or “Aquaman: Goldfish Vengeance” instead?
Or perhaps you were blind? Yes, that could affect your perception of the film.
DrewJune 19, 2010 at 4:12 pm
Oh, and you lost me from ever visiting this site again with this ignorant post. Congrats.
Chris UllrichJune 19, 2010 at 5:48 pm
You have your opinion, I have mine. And we will try to survive if you never come back. Hint: We will.
DrewJune 19, 2010 at 4:11 pm
LOL. No, this was not an “awesome” movie. This was absolutely one of the worst internet films I’ve ever seen and a complete and utter waste of $27,000. You’re fucking insane.