The Dark Knight Rises: Blu-ray

1000234883BRDLEFO 570x764 The Dark Knight Rises: Blu ray

Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and Digital Download

Warner Home Video

In shops on 4 December

After all the hubub of teasers and trailers for the final installments of Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy, I managed to never find an opportunity to see it in the cinema.

So I was delightfully pleased when it arrived in the post and sat down to immerse myself in the dark and haunting final chapter. Even without the surround sound activated, the epic score from Hans Zimmer and the terrifying sound of Tom Hardy’s voice fill up the room. And once the film is over – those last ten minutes that you don’t want to end – then, it’s time to move onto the special features.

The extras here cover Nolan’s more-is-more strategy when it comes to hundreds and thousands of extras, the secrets of destroying a city block, and piles more.

Here’s the full-list of specials you can look forward to. They’re all great, but I must say, I won’t be appeased until we see the follow-up franchise. And if you’ve seen the film, then you know what I mean…


– The Prologue: High Altitude Hijacking
– Beneath Gotham
– Return to the Batcave
– Batman vs Bane
– The Bat
– Armory Accepted
– Gameday Destruction
– Demolishing a City Street
– The Pit
– The Chant
– The War on Wall Street
– Race to the Reactor

– The Journey of Bruce Wayne
– Gotham’s Reckoning
– A Girl’s Gotta Eat

– Shadows & Light in Large Format
– The End of A Legend

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Author: JP

JP SARNI is a producer and writer who holds a BFA in Media and Performing Arts from Savannah College of Art and Design. Producer credits include: "Heartland" (short / set to premiere at the 2007 San Francisco International Gay & Lesbian Fim Festival), "The Launch" (short), readings of the rock opera "Utah's Crying" under his Métropole Ink production entity, plus "Play Ball! A Trilogy of Baseball Films" (associate producer) and "Flashback" (producer / showcase production) for Weird Sisters. For two years, he worked as a producer and on-air reporter for SIRIUS Satellite Radio (on programs including "The Judith Regan Show"). He has just finished line producing the feature-length documentary, The Pennhurst Project, for Radioaktivefilm NYC (The Ground Truth), and will next be line producing Charles Forbes' Minor Gods for the Summer Play Festival at Theatre Row. Additionally, he has worked for legendary publicist Bobby Zarem, the National Alliance for Musical Theatre, and numerous film production credits, including: Alfie, WTC View, and the upcoming P.S., I Love You.

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