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Old 11-29-2012, 10:57 AM   #202
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Default Re: Batman reboot: Should it be based on realism, dark imagination, or silliness

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Originally Posted by Artistsean View Post
To add a scaryness to Batman that he strikes in criminals should they
add into the film shots like horror movies do, where the character doesn't
see the bad guy behind him. A shot like a criminal robbing a house,
suddenly we see some shadowy Bat-like figure walk around in the
background and the robber has no clue and doesn't react. Like in the
creepy movie the Others or whatever it was called. Or a shot like a blurry
thing moves and the bad guy barely sees it and freaks out, spins around to
see what it was. Or the guy passes the screen and we see he walks right
past Batman and doesn't realize, or he opens the curtain and there is
Batman sneering at him, and he jumps back in fear. Just replace the serial
killer/monster with Batman. Sort of show that criminals are affraid of Batman
because he is scary, and maybe it would seem scary but then the audience
remembers he is the good guy, he is Batman.
We got HINTS of that in Batman Begins but i agree with you. They should totally do this and go all out with it. Horror style.

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