If Dr. Hannibal Lecter ever wrote a cookbook, it would be titled, How to Cook Everyone. (Or, maybe, To Serve Man — copyright Rod Serling.) Dr. Lecter is the classiest cannibal around, with the hands of Jacques Pepin and the face of an intense Danish actor. Throughout the show, he prepares... More »
Graham & Lecter Reform Their Crimefighting Team On HANNIBAL!! New WHOSE, GRIMM, FIVE-0, BLOODS, UNFORGETTABLE, DIXIE, GUNS, LAST & SMACKDOWN!! Return Of THE WRITERS’ ROOM!! HANGER 1 Finale!! Shatner On CRAIG!! Herc’s Friday TV Talkback!! Read...Show More Summary
In the famous interview scene between Anthony Hopkins’s chilling Hannibal Lecter and Jodie Foster’s vulnerable FBI trainee Clarice Starling in The Silence of the Lambs, Lecter speculates about Starling’s humble background in what’s called a "mind-f—". "And that accent you've tried so desperately to shed: pure West Virginia," he intones. "You know how quickly the [...]
“If I am the Ripper and you kill me, who will answer your questions? Don’t you want to know how this ends?” –Hannibal Lecter WARNING: BIG DAMN SPOILERS–AGAIN! Last night’s episode of Hannibal might well be the best of the season: Director Michael Rymer (easily my favorite director on the show) took the engaging, yet […]
Every week of its second season, series showrunner and developer Bryan Fuller will be talking with The A.V. Club about that week’s episode of Hannibal, in a more spread-out version of our Walkthrough feature. This week, we’re talking...Show More Summary
Hannibal's Caroline Dhavernas (Dr. Alana Bloom) opens up about her character's recent hookup, why people find Dr. Hannibal Lecter sexy and why fans should be "very concerned" for her character.
What if the Mozilla CEO was black? While gay marriage activists were performing their Hannibal Lecter routine on Brendan Eich, a simple question deserves to be asked of the gay political cannibals. Would the “gannibals” have pushed as hard for Eich’s ouster if he were black? http://www.commdiginews.com/politics-2/the-racism-behind-firing-mozilla-ceo-brendan-eich-13791/ eric
Jack begins to believe Will's suspicions about Dr. Lecter may be closer to the truth in 'Hannibal' season 2, episode 6: 'Futamono.' The post ‘Hannibal’ Tries to Keep a Lid on Things appeared first on Screen Rant.
First it was Hannibal Lecter, now NBC is giving viewers a fresh take on a new iconic film character and asking viewers "What lengths are you willing to go for success and fortune?" The story of a woman who finds herself at the center of the mother of an occult ritual was originally played on the big screen by Mia Farrow in 1968. Show More Summary
Has Hulu lost its mind? The video-streaming site has debuted trailers for two new spinoff shows slated to "premiere" this fall: a cannibal cooking show hosted by Dr. Hannibal Lecter and a melodrama on a "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" cop's anger issues. Below the trailer for "In The Kitchen With Hannibal," a description reads, "Dr. Show More Summary
This is the second time since the premiere that we've opened Hannibal with a visual juxtaposition of how similar yet different Will Graham and Hannibal Lecter are.
Hugh Dancy as Special Agent Will Graham and Mads Mikkelsen as Dr. Hannibal Lecter Both real-life and fictional serial killers have fascinated audiences for decades with stories that pit the ability of society to keep order against hidden evil that's an affront to that order. Show More Summary
It was in 1981 that Thomas Harris wrote the novel Red Dragon, which introduced us to the characters of Dr. Hannibal Lecter, FBI agent Jack Crawford and criminal profiler Will Graham. Those characters have been seen in a handful films...Show More Summary
For a killer as shrewdly calculating as Hannibal Lecter, making a literal public display out of Beverly Katz seems…ill-advised. Hannibal hasn’t just stopped Bev from snooping around his basement house of horrors. He’s taken her kidneys, preserved her body, and mounted sections of it on slides like a nightmare version of a high school biology class. Show More Summary
Independent filmmaker Phelim McAleer says liberal Hollywood has ignored "the biggest serial killer in American history -- he's a real-life Hannibal Lecter" and his film is "going to fill that gap." read more
Hannibal continued tonight with an episode in which someone learned of Lecter’s juicy secret. Meanwhile, a human honeycomb provided yet another deliciously grotesque crime scene. Episode 4 of Season 2 of Hannibal, “Takiawase,” offered up even more proof that the NBC crime-drama is one of the most criminally underrated series on television. Show More Summary
Yesterday, the man who once proclaimed himself "Sweden's answer to Hannibal Lecter" became a free man. Sture Bergwall—better known to most in Sweden as Thomas Quick, a combination of his mother's maiden name (Quick) and the first name of the 14-year-old boy he confessed was his first murder victim—...
Hannibal Lecter: A census taker once tried to test me. I ate his liver with some fava beans and a nice chianti.
Things aren't going to end well for Hannibal Lecter's psychiatrist on "Hannibal."
Mikkelson's civilized serial killer returns in "Kaiseki," the eye-opening premiere to season two of Hannibal. Theresa DeLucci takes a bite out of the show's mad metaphors.