Batman: The Long Halloween Part 1

Batman races against time to catch the Holiday killer amidst the chaos of Gotham's crime and corruption.
Chris Palmer
Batman: The Long Halloween Part 1Batman: The Long Halloween Part 1


Why watch this film?

In the 1990s, a tradition was created in Batman comics: the annual publication of a Halloween story. In 1996, the publisher, along with writer Jeph Loeb and artist Tim Sale, decided to take the concept further, creating a story called 'Batman: The Long Halloween' that lasted more than a year (13 monthly magazines), continuing and expanding the events of another classic of the character, 'Batman: Year One'. After 25 years, the clash between the young Dark Knight and his main villains gets an animated version, divided into two feature films. The final result follows the already known quality of Warner Bros. Animation in these productions, with an engaging movie, full of suspense and that does justice to what is one of the best adventures of Batman. It is certainly a great entertainment for fans of comics, superheroes, animations and action and suspense movies.



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It’s a dark time in Gotham City. Held hostage by the powerful Falcone crime family, the city is rife with crime and corruption. Adding to the chaos is the mysterious Holiday killer, who has been targeting the underworld and leaving a trail of terror...and body bags. Batman, Lieutenant Gordon and D.A. Harvey Dent race against the calendar as it advances toward the next ill-fated holiday. Based on the critically acclaimed graphic novel, Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One begins a twisted chain of events that will forever change the Dark Knight.

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