Review: Nightwing The Darkest Knight

DC fans, Brady Roberts is back to reprise his role as Nightwing in this new short film, Nightwing: The Darkest Knight. The title of the film holds true with an interlinked set of characters and story that cleverly carries you through to an all-conquering conclusion you can’t miss.

Nightwing returns home after being gone fulfilling the role of the Green lantern. Initially we see his battle with finding a balance between his own desires, and expectations from his closest friends to protect his city as the vigilante Nightwing. His focus is drawn towards the death of a close friend, sending him on a determined campaign to find who is responsible.

The story finds a way to balance out a wider range of DC characters, while providing entertaining action sequences that have been cleverly designed and implemented. Brady Roberts brings a Nightwing persona that is driven by both emotion and anger to the screen while demonstrating his incredible physical presence in combat scenes.

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Directed by: Matthew Campbell (

Executive Producers: Matthew Hall, Matthew Campbell, Brady Roberts (

Cinematography: Byron Kopman (

Written by: Mike Howorun ( , Matthew Campbell

Editor: Ashley Lynch (

Original Music: Ian Arber (

Starring: Dan Payne, Brady Roberts, Stacey Roy, Camden Filtness.



My Rating


Damian Fasciani

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