When The Penguin finds something out he shouldn't have, the future of Batman and Robin becomes uncertain.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
David B. Stewart III ...
Batman / Bruce Wayne (as Dave Stewart)
Chris Clark ...
Tim Nugent ...
Tom Scholl ...
Jack Pinto ...
Jeff Trently ...
Maurice A. Charles ...
Kelly Weston ...
Ciara Greer ...
Dale Mahoney ...
Cannibal 1
Greg Evorik ...
Cannibal 2
Matthew Wagner ...
Boneyard / Bane (as Matt Wagner)
Stefon Watson ...


When The Penguin finds something out he shouldn't have, the future of Batman and Robin becomes uncertain.

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Release Date:

1 May 2012 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Batman: Hell in a Handbasket  »

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$1,150 (estimated)

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Did You Know?


During the scene where Two-Face and Penguin discuss kidnapping Bruce Wayne, Chris Clark (The Penguin) had said the lines in chunks because he couldn't memorize them. This lead to the longest shoot in the production: three and a half hours of just dialogue. See more »


O'Riley's shirt goes from checkered to plain white when he enters the warehouse. See more »

Crazy Credits

Kenneth Kraft's character was originally credited as "The Porn Producer Jacket Henchman", but reverted to "Rex" for the special edition release. See more »

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This is a would-be masterpiece
23 July 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This movie is not the greatest fan film ever made, but its certainly not the worst. The plot revolves around Batman (who only has like 10 minutes of screen time in costume) slowly becoming something he hates cause Penguin kills his boyfriend or whatever.

Its interesting the dynamic of a gay Batman losing control over his mayor lover or whatever. Its fascinating. Its creative.

Penguin is played really well, but the rest of the cast is lacking. The Mayor's decent and Gordon was unique.

Sadly Robin comes off as a gay teenager whose sexually confused, Batman is more like Batman Beyond Bruce Wayne, and the Detective is basically s legible as Bane from Dark Knight Rises.

I will give the director props on his interpretation of Mr. Freeze and simplified Two-Face. I don't really like his vision of them but they are unique versions. Two-Face's voice was cool I wish he had more lines.

As an out and proud lesbian, Catwoman and that girl at the beginning were really cute. But other then that, this movie was a sausage fest, no girls were seen at all the rest of the movie.

Overall, better then actually a majority of these kind of exploitation films I've seen.

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