GRAHAM: I feel like I have dragged you into my world. LECTER: No, I got here on my own, but I appreciate the company. (NOTE: This review contains some particularly icky imagery….If that’s not your thing, get someone with a stronger stomach to read it to you. If you’re cool with blood and gore [...]
EPISODES 6: Fromage THE MENU: Will Graham continues to be haunted by his inner demons, meanwhile a new killer Tobias Budge emerges with a particular love for violins who intersects with Hannibal Lecter and disturbs his comfort levelShow More Summary
On Hannibal, there is no shortage of psychopathic killers out there for Jack and Will to investigate. This time, in "Fromage," the killer was much closer to their inner circle than they ever realized. Dr. Lecter had some major cover up work to do in order to protect his secret.
LECTER: I have an unconventional psychiatrist GRAHAM: Well, we have that in common Good evening, friends: Soup’s on! (I’m betting I can keep the food metaphors going until at least the season finale. What do you folks think?) Tonight’s bill of fare is….well, let’s call it an “acquired taste”. Director James Foley, best known [...]
Hannibal – Recap: Nothing Here is Vegetarian via Rickey.org I want to be Hannibal Lecter's friend. Is that bad? He's a great judge of character and an amazing chef! Tonight's Hannibal continued to peel back the layers of skin, tissue, and muscle and began to reveal the heart of our favorite cannibal. The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor
Even Hannibal Lecter needs a psychiatrist, but what he really wants is a friend.
“It’s nice to have an old friend for dinner…” –Dr. Hannibal Lecter Good evening, friends! Now, before we jump into tonight’s repast – and it’s a rich one, indeed – I’ll just let you know that the “banned” Hannibal episode we’ve talked so much about: Episode 4–”Ceuf” is indeed now available online. Including via iTunes, [...]
Hannibal – Recap: Plagiarism of the Palate via Rickey.org After several weeks of watching Will Graham at work, tonight's Hannibal finally turned the spotlight onto its titular star. They're after Lecter, they just don't know it yet. The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor
So, the true Dr. Lecter finally comes out to play. “Entrée,” in the old-school, European sense, is the perfect name for this episode. While it’s come to mean the principal component of a meal colloquially, an entrée is literally meant to be the entrance into the main course. Show More Summary
Whether you're a really small alcoholic, or a budding Hannibal Lecter too scared to kill but dying for a main course to accompany the fava beans, this is good news: Lab-grown livers have come a...
"I guess my dream casting for the show would be to cast David Bowie as Hannibal Lecter's uncle," Bryan Fuller says. "If we get a second season I will reach out and see if there is any interest."
EPISODES 4 & 5: Ceuf & Coquilles THE MENU: Abigail Hobbs grows closer to Dr. Lecter and Will Graham continues to struggle with the inner workings of his mind. When a disturbed man with a terminal brain tumor begins to single out victims...Show More Summary
Joe Carroll, Hannibal Lecter and Norman Bates are about to get a new rival: The third season of AMC's "The Killing" is set to introduce...
Joe Carroll, Hannibal Lecter and Norman Bates are about to get a new rival: The third season of AMC’s The
The Boston Marathon bombing has claimed another TV series episode. NBC has yanked an upcoming episode of its midseason Hannibal Lecter drama series, “Hannibal” because the storyline involved children murdering children. Read full article >>
NBC’s new Hannibal Lecter drama will skip an episode of its 13-episode order. The episode, titled Ceuf, originally slated for next Thursday, won’t air. Instead, the following episode, Coquilles, will run in its place, with Ceuf shelved indefinitely. Show More Summary
EPISODE 3: Potage THE MENU: Near victim of her own fathers rage Abigail Hobbs is awake from her coma and looking for answers, Will Graham happens to be just as curious and brings Hannibal Lecter and gang along taking a trip down memory...Show More Summary
During the first two episodes of Hannibal, the show didn't quite live up to its name. Sure Dr. Hannibal Lecter was around, but he wasn't the focus of either episode. In "Potage," Hannibal's presence permeated the entire hour, especially when he wasn't front and center. Show More Summary
Hannibal Lecter is getting on in years. A bit of fish will be good for his heart. -via It's Okay to Be Smart (Photo: unknown)
Even shrinks need shrinks. Especially Dr. Hannibal Lecter. Below is an exclusive first photo of former "X-Files" star Gillian Anderson’s return to TV as a...