Why Watch? Batman giving beat downs, Poison Ivy using rose thorns during simulated sex, and sweet, sweet action.

It’s true that director Aaron Schoenke (the same name behind the wonderful City of Scars) has a knack for fight scenes and Batmobiles. This latest short film is the kind that feels like the first episode of a series, but everything from the make-up design (Killer Croc!) to the choreography is enough to place it head and shoulders above other fan films. Schoenke is in another league altogether.

What does it cost? Just 9 minutes of your time.

Check out Seeds of Arkham for yourself:

SEEDS OF ARKHAM (2011)


SEEDS OF ARKHAM by Batinthesun

Trust us. You have time for more short films.

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