"Arkham After Midnight: Mark of the Mad Hatter."
Down the rabbithole goes Alice and her darkest, most depressing knight! A new/old retro 1920s silent serial... madness! surreal delirium! Hallucinations! Screaming lunatics! Obsessive supervillains! That amazing triumph of conceit over technology, the incredible "Bat-Gyro." All this and the sickest final two minutes you ever needed to see in this lurid melange of moldy footage woven by trained schizoids into a tapestry of tawdriness...
Catch up to all the scratchy handcranked action with the original collage short, "Silent Shadow of the Bat-Man" - young Bruce Wayne suffers in the crucible of his parents' murder and pledges to mop up the streets... one weirdo at a time:
PART ONE: http://youtube.com/watch?v=U_
PART TWO: (The creepiest Joker ever, the original Man Who Laughs) http://youtube.com/watch?v=
Bob Kane, Bill Finger, and Jerry Robinson drew on a lot of silent films and pulp to create their Batman, here are the originals spliced and diced to sing their song.
Hot, sexy, slimy German Expressionist angst - the way you like to see it. I think. Over and out.