Did you know Batman once fought Dracula?
He does so in the 2005 animated film Batman vs. Dracula. It may be worth checking out for some hardcore fans.
But did you know that he fought Dracula in the 60s? Well he did, but all the evidence that remains of this potentially awesome altercation no longer exists.
A reddit post lead me to look over a list of lost films. Most of the films were from the 20s and 30s early on, but there were a few lost films in the 60s and 70s.
The word “Spielbergian” riddles the reviews of every Steven Spielberg film that has come out, especially in recent history. Reading the reactions to his new film, “Bridge of Spies,” there were a lot of accolades, but there was a lot along the lines of – “What we’ve come to expect from Spielberg.”
From the trailer it’s easy to see that “Bridge of Spies” has some strong production design and cinematography. With Kaminski behind the lens, Stockhausen behind the set blueprints, and Newman conducting the score; “Bridge of Spies” rose through our award-prediction ranks.
The Empire Strikes Back
Raiders of the Lost Ark
ET – Extra Terrestrial
Do the Right Thing
Back to the Future