Batman and Robin VS the Joker, Pinguin and Catwoman [Parody / Madness]

Well, with that headline you are thinking about the Batman TV show from the 60’s? Well, that’s wrong. This movie from the Philippines is some sort of much …..weirder, much …..insaner parody of the Adam West Batman TV show (which was a parody itself…more or less 😉 )

For today I wanna show you a short video which will…….surprise you with the strangest fight between Batman and Catwoman!

I never saw the whole movie, because it’s not available in any language I understand, but more important: It is batshit crazy! If you can watch the whole movie….well, then you are officially insane 😆

For you folks I edited the “best” part of it, in which the Joker, Pinguin and Catwoman try to escape after a heist, but Batman and Robin can’t let that happen!

Preview:

(click to enlarge)

Sorry for the picture quality….but that is actually the best one available. Fits somehow to the movie…. 😉

And here is the video:

Well, that was rather…….ODD!

Catwoman throwing cats at him….both trying to strangle each other….and then the weirdest part!

Looks like Batman could easily unmask Catwoman from behind….or put handcuffs on her.

But what does he do instead? He bites her. He BITES her…and makes some animal noises. Hmhm…… WTF?!

By skipping through the movie I can (99%) assure you that he isn’t a vampire…I guess there is just no sane explanation for it 😉

Catwoman’s costume is kind of strange as well, doesn’t look like a cat, but not unsexy with these legs in pantyhose (even the picture quality is really bad).

And she has a much bigger mask than the original Catwoman from the US TV show.

A shame she isn’t unmasked in this scene.

Here is the IMDB-link to that insane movie:

IMDB-link

Well, what do you think of this scene?

Let us know in the comments!

4 thoughts on “Batman and Robin VS the Joker, Pinguin and Catwoman [Parody / Madness]”

  1. Hey maskripper – I’ve got a couple of questions from a fellow mask fan!

    Do you prefer it when an unmasking succeeds or when the assailant is fought off? And do you prefer masks that are just worn to hide the face, or masks that have powers of some kind (say the wearer would be de-powered or de-costumed as a result of losing it)?

    • Hey,

      uhhhh, interesting questions! Since it is not really fitting as comments to this blog post I will reply via mail tomorrow.

      • Ah sorry I didn’t use a real email address – I don’t have an email set aside for this kind of interest. If you sent an email to the one attached the comment I didn’t receive it.

        • Well, you should have an email adress for it! 😉
          Anyway, here is my original reply via mail:

          Hey,
          always great when someone wants to discuss such topics! Sorry for the late reply, but you get a detailed reply 😉
          ( you can find me on facebook too for a live discussion, check the “links” section on the blog)

          “Do you prefer it when an unmasking succeeds or when the assailant is fought off? ”
          —-> I know that for most folks the acutal unmasking is the highlight, for me it is the struggle…..I love long unmasking scenes where the masked woman fights back and tries everything to keep her mask on (the reason why I normally don’t enjoy it very much when a helpless/bound heroine gets unmasked…not so thrilling).
          I love scenes were the mask gets damaged in the fight (another reason why the mask has to be “big/covering”…full masks and especially cowls are my favorite).

          Attempted unmasking are even rarer than successfull unmaskings….but I think that need to have more attempted one than succesfull ones. For example If I would make a TV series with a masked heroine….there would be more attempts to unmask her than sucessfull ones.
          So, in conclusion: I don’t have a general preference to that.


          “And do you prefer masks that are just worn to hide the face, or masks that have powers of some kind (say the wearer would be de-powered or de-costumed as a result of losing it)?”
          —-> I prefer the more “realistic” scenarios. I prefer masked women like Batgirl and Catwoman, who don’t have superpowers. Or heroines with only limited powers like Spider-girl/gwen.
          In my idea the mask actually gives the heroines power….but more like a confidence boost.

          So, the secret identity thing is …my “thing”.

          What do you think or prefer…regarding your questions?

          Which heroine/villainess is your favorite?

          Which is your favoirte unmasking in TV/movie or in the comics?

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