or: Bruce Wayne is just Going Through a “Batman Phase”
Hunter and Chris are joined by guest Batman scholar and shameless fanboy Joseph “Joe Kerr” Dale to mark the 10th Anniversary of Christopher Nolan’s Batman Begins. In a wide-ranging Special Features, the Dudes discuss The Dark Knight Legacy, covering Batman in cinema, as well as the realistic reboot culture ushered in by Nolan’s film. PLUS, the hubristic Hunter finally faces his fate for falsely prophesying Mad Max: Fury Road‘s box office performance. Cheers!
00:04:03 – Summer Shandy Shaming Part I
00:05:36 – Review – Batman Begins
00:47:36 – Beer Recommendation: Curmudgeon Old Ale – Founders Brewing Co.
“Ain’t No Grave” – Smokey & The Mirror
00:51:08 – Summer Shandy Shaming Part II
00:55:47 – Special Features – The Dark Knight Legacy
“All Time High” – Smokey & The Mirror
01:21:54 – Really Rad Recommendations
01:28:56 – Summer Shandy Shaming Part III
SUMMER SHANDY SHAMING BONUS VIDEO
I’ve been listening to this nonstop for the past couple weeks, and cannot recommend it enough. No hyperbole, this is one of the best albums I’ve heard all year. Give it a spin! – Chris
- How Batman Begins Should Have Ended
- Blind Fury Trailer (Rutger Hauer as a blind swordsman)
- While it is true George purchased Jon Voight’s car (or rather John Voight’s car) in Seinfeld, Jerry mentions Liam Neeson when arguing with George about the validity of the the car’s former owner. Watch the full episode, The Mom and Pop Store, on Hulu. The exchange occurs around six minutes into the episode.