Batman: City of Scars

What would you do if you had $27,000 and a seven months? If you're Aaron and Sean Schoenke, you may be likely to make a Batman movie.

The film is definitely fan made and focuses on -you guessed it- Batman's waltz with the Joker. The take on Arkham Asylum is similar to that of the game by the same name and Kevin Porter's Batman seems inspired by that incarnation. He's got that five o'clock shadow thing going at some points and other favorites make an appearance, such as Harley Quinn, Zsasz, Black Canary and Scarface. The description of the film is as follows:

When the Joker escapes from Arkham and murders the parents of a young boy, Batman recalls the pain of losing his own parents as a child. He is pushed past his limits to the point where his focus becomes revenge on all who stand in his way, including many of Gotham’s underworld. Finally, Batman is forced to look at the psychological profile of his own mind and accept the consequences of his life to find resolve.

The short film clocks in around thirty minutes or so.  Sure, it doesn't have that Christopher Nolan polish and the rivalry between Batman and Joker has probably been used one too many times, but hey, it's Batman. It's fan made. And it's pretty awesome. And there's even a scene with Five Finger Filet (Red Dead Redemption fans know what I'm talking about)!