Dark Knight home theatre rises

If we had Bruce Wayne's billions, this Batcave would be our luxury entertainment room of choice.

If we had Bruce Wayne's billions, this Batcave would be our luxury entertainment room of choice.

Click to open full size. (Credit: Elite Home Theatres)

It's only a concept for an unnamed Connecticut client, but the Dark Knight home theatre, with seating by Elite Home Theatres, is absolutely jaw-dropping.

With seating for 15, the space aims to combine the luxury of Wayne Manor, with the subterranean spookiness of the Batcave and the Art Deco stylings of Gotham City.

The Tumbler concealed in a hidden room. Click to open full size. (Credit: Elite Home Theatres)

The bookcases swing open to reveal a replica of the Tumbler Batmobile (no word on if it's operational, but that would be too cool for words) and a hidden passageway.

At the back of the room is a fireplace — and, more importantly, the Batcomputer. With the city-wide surveillance disabled. We hope.

Pricing on the installation runs to around US$2 million. Ouch.

The fireplace and Batcomputer. Click to open full size. (Credit: Elite Home Theatres)
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