Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy was seven years in the making. Throughout all that time, we fans have poured more energy than most of us probably care to admit into caring about and discussing these films. To see this series come to an end with the release of The Dark Knight Rises feels a little bit like the last song at a party we were sure would ever end.
But it’s like they say, after the party is the after-party – and as such, my two compatriots and I have decided to bring you fine people the ultimate takedown of the films that gave Batman new life.
Over the course of three different podcasts, Ryan McNeill from The Matinee, Daniel Fogarty from Fogs’ Movie Reviews, and I dissected, examined, critiqued and catalogued all of our thoughts on Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, and finally The Dark Knight Rises.
So sit back, relax, and get ready for the most comprehensive examination of one of the most celebrated cinematic trilogies of the new millenium.
(Click the title for the specific episode, and the podcast name for the podcast’s iTunes page)