Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One (2021)

Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One Parents guide

Batman: The Long Halloween is a 2021 American two-part animated direct-to-video superhero film produced by Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment. The film is directed by Chris Palmer. The film is dedicated to Rivera, as it was her final film role before her death in 2020. The Production Companies of Batman: The Long Halloween, part one are DC Comics and Warner Bros. Animation, Distributed by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and Studio Distribution Services.

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Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One

Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One parent's guide and age rating | 2021
Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One parent’s guide and age rating | 2021

Movie Name Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One
Genre Animation, Action, Crime
Age Rating PG-13
Director Chris Palmer
Release Date 22 June 2021 (United States)
Runtime 1 hr 25 minutes
Official website Warner Bros. Home Entertainment

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Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One Age Rating and Parents Guide 

Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One Age Rating

Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One has been rated PG-13  for violence, bloody images, language, and some smoking

The PG-13 rating means Parents Strongly Cautioned, Some Material May Be Inappropriate for Children Under 13. This rating is a stronger caution for parents that content included may not be appropriate for children under 13 (pre-teen ages). This may include stronger language, extended violence or sexual situations, and drug use.

Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One Parents guide

  • No sexual content and nudity are shown.
  • Selina wears a low-cut dress that reveals much cleavage.
  • Moderate violence is shown in the movie.
  • This movie includes fistfights, kicking, punching, stabbing, shooting, electrocuting, and the like, most with minimal blood.
  • In one of the scenes, a man is shot to death while taking a bath. The bathwater fills with the victim’s blood. 
  • A man is shot three times by a shadowy figure while standing on the back of a ship. The bullets are shown flying through his body.
  • Batman stabs a man in the leg with a thrown Batarang and then rips it out of his leg. He then punches the bloody wound while interrogating him.
  • Mild use of Profanity.
  • Damn, Son of a B*tch, Sh*t, some uses of “God” and “Jesus” in a non-religious manner, and humorous use of Crappy are spoken.
  • Moderate frightening scenes.

Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One Wallpaper and Images

Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One parents guide and age rating | 2021
Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One parent’s guide and age rating | 2021

 Who is in the voice cast of Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One?

  • Jensen Ackles as Bruce Wayne / Batman
  • Zach Callison as Young Bruce Wayne
  • Josh Duhamel as Harvey Dent / Two-Face
  • Billy Burke as Commissioner Gordon
  • Naya Rivera as Selina Kyle / Catwoman
  • Alastair Duncan as Alfred Pennyworth
  • Troy Baker as Joker, Antoni
  • David Dastmalchian as Julian Day / Calendar Man, Oswald Cobblepot / Penguin
  • Amy Landecker as Barbara Gordon, Carla Viti
  • Julie Nathanson as Gilda Dent
  • Gary LeRoi Gray as Officer Pearce
  • Fred Tatasciore as Solomon Grundy, Large Triad, Vincent Falcone
  • Jim Pirri as Sal Maroni
  • Titus Welliver as Carmine Falcon
  • Frances Callier as Nurse Tamara
  • Greg Chun as Mickey Chen
  • Jack Quaid as Alberto Falcone

Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One Official Trailer

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