If Batman isn't the coolest hero to ever grace a big screen, he's pretty close to it. In between the campy Adam West version and Christian Bale's Dark Knight trilogy was a four part Batman series, with the first two led by Tim Burton and starring Michael Keaton as the caped crusader.
Whatever you may say about the third and fourth installments of the series, the two led by Tim Burton opened the door to superhero films playing on the darker aspects of comic book characters.
With amazing turns as iconic villains by Jack Nicholson, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Danny DeVito, Burton's Batman and Batman Returns became instant classics.
Now, join your favorite midnight film series, Nerds Like Us, as we celebrate this iconic pair of films.
On Friday, July 13th, we will have a 35mm print screening of Batman, and on Saturday July 14th, a digital screening of Batman Returns. Tickets will be sold individually for each night, and a limited number of two night tickets will be available at twenty percent off.
4473 Sunset Drive
Los Angeles, CA
**Nerds Like Us screenings are more than just watching a film. They are a celebration of a geek and nerd culture. We love these movies and are proud to show our fandom. With that in mind, we encourage you to dress up. We may have prizes available for a costume contest, or give something away to guests that can answer trivia questions about the film.
**Parking is street only. Make sure to read all signs and do not park in valet or paid parking lots, they WILL close at 2am. You may NOT park at the VONS across the street — THEY WILL TOW**
**Important request- we understand the nature of midnight films draws a more fun and fanatical crowd! We absolutely embrace this and we love when people sing-along with musical numbers or quote along with famous lines. Please, however, respect other theatre goers who are enjoying these films for the first time in decades on the screen and don't have loud «living-room» style conversation in the theatre. Thanks, and enjoy the show!
**Ticketing note: NLU tickets are $12.50. Our ticketing partner Eventbrite has a per ticket fee of 99 cents, plus a three percent processing fee. Total fees come to $2.74 bringing the total to $15.24. The fees for the special two night ticket come to $3.16. When purchasing on Facebook, it does not break down the fees, so we mention this so you know. Tickets are also available at the theater box office without ticketing fees.