If you have 15 minutes to kill, you might get a kick out of this Batman Fan Film.

BATMAN The Last Laugh is a high intensity, action packed fan film that was created in the partnership of ENSO Productions and Gotham City FX. See how The Joker and Batman go head to head in this fan film like no other. Check out ENSOproductions.com to visit the production/ stunt team that put it all together and www.gothamcity-fx.com to see all the props that made this project come to life.

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9 Comments

  1. I’m with Sebastian on this one. This is one of the best indy “fan” shorts that I’ve seen. Very good fight coordination, excellent costumes (with the exception of Joker’s make-up but it will be damn hard for someone to out-do the Heath Ledger version of that make-up).

    Adding our dear fanboy favorite Harley Quinn at the end was a really nice touch. Hell, now I want to see how “the Caped Crusader escapes from the clutches of these nefarious villains!” (Insert Bat-man TV announcer voice).

    Someone needs to give these folks a contract to work on the next round of Batman Movies after “The Dark Knight Rises”.

  2. Awesome! Fantastically done! The beginning had the trailer to DEAD ISLAND written all over it…but it was fantastically done nonetheless.

  3. Larger in scope than any other fan thing I’ve seen. Choreography’s better than fan stuff. Aaaaand that’s kinda it from me.

  4. Great choreography! The camera work and costuming aren’t quite as good as Batman: Dead End, but the scope is much greater. Last Laugh has far more actors who obviously have some dancing/gymnastics/martial arts training, which makes it seem much bigger.

  5. For a fan film it was great…but did the Batpod “http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Batpod.jpg” seem to be moving really slow to anyone else? I believe the Batman could have ran faster than that.

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