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     Movie news, reviews and curios made August the busiest month of the year at The Arcade Of Arts & Arcana.

     You might like to check-out or re-visit the following;

     Top Lord Of The Rings Spoofs 🙂

     Fifty Shades Of Grey Cast ~ Introducing Matt Bomer As Christian Grey 🙂

     Black & White Alice In Wonderland (1915) ~ View The Full Movie Here 🙂

     A Whole Month Of Movie Recommendations 🙂

     Back in August movie-fans worldwide were still reeling over the tragic mass-shooting that took place during a screening of The Dark Knight Rises in Aurora, Colorado.

     Evidence is still being collected and hearings continue while James Holmes remains in custody.

     Click the link for the latest news from the New York Post http://www.nypost.com/p/news/national/batman_shooter_asked_for_notebook_N1pYnPEN2CpK6jrt9JkBPL

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     Two great comic studios, two iconic superheroes, two summer blockbuster movies ~ who wins?  You decide…

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Christopher Nolan makes movies like 3 step magic tricks and this Batman Trilogy fan trailer mashed with The Prestige is a brilliant find.

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How do you make a Christopher Nolan movie trailer better?  By mashing it up with another Christopher Nolan trailer.  We’ve already shown you how awesome Nolan trailers can be, but this one is different because it mashes up another one of his movies, The Prestige in it.  I like how the editor made each one of Nolan’s movies a part of the three aspects of a magic trick: the pledge, turn, and prestige.  Maybe I’m not looking deep enough because I don’t believe that there is any other significant other than 1, 2, and 3, but I know there are some rather radical internet theories out there.  By the way, if you haven’t already seen the Prestige, do yourself a favor and watch it!  It’s absolutely amazing and totally on par with his other movies.  All I need to see now is an Insomnia/Memento mashup and I just might be…

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Thanks for this, Stephen. It’s a lovely post.

Stephen Kelly Creative

In what I think is a wonderful show of support, The Dark Knight Rises star Christian Bale visited with victims of the Aurora, Colorado movie theater shootings yesterday, pictured above with patient Carey Rottman.

Bale spent two and a half hours with victims, medical staff and first responders, and then visited the memorial set up outside the theater (below). As he walked among the 12 crosses erected for each of the slain victims, many people didn’t realize who he was or chose to leave him alone.

Bale was there on his own (with wife Sibi Blazic) and not as a movie studio representative. “Mr. Bale is there as himself, not representing Warner Brothers,” a representative for the studio told the Denver Post. Bale had wanted to keep the visit private and media were not notified.

Janie Bowman-Hayes, assistant vice president of surgical services at Swedish Medical Center, said Bale thanked…

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     I heard of this truly shocking incident just moments before heading out to the cinema to watch Batman, The Dark Knight Rises.

     Films, television and music have been frequently blamed for inspiring singular acts of inexplicable and horrific violence but this is unlikely to provide solace for the victims’ friends and families.

     I sincerely hope the media do not rush to sensationalize such a tragic crime by implicating the film itself, its themes and content or those involved in its making.

     Click here for link to story 😦

 

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Batman: Through the Looking Glass by Bruce Jones (Author) and Sam Kieth (Illustrator).

ISBN-13: 978-1781160206

Published by Titan Books, 2012.

Hardback with dustjacket. First edition.

Bruce Jones has written The Incredible Hulk, Spider-Man and is currently working on Vigilante. Sam Kieth drew the first five issues of Neil Gaiman’s Sandman and went on to create his own comic series called The Maxx.

Publisher’s blurb:

In this original graphic novel, Batman meets his foe The Mad Hatter for the very first time – landing The Dark Knight in a Won-derland he could never have imagined, hot on the heels of a white rabbit. But is this strange place real, or a hallucination? Robinand Alfred have to believe he’s deep in delirium – but if that’s the case, how does he manage to resolve several mysteries that have plagued Gotham City for decades.

This fantastic tale is spun by renowned comics writer Bruce Jones…

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