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Scott Thompson Takes You Inside Hannibal

Scott Thompson has hijacked the Hannibal set to bring you three interviews with the show’s three leading men — Mads Mikkelsen, Hugh Dancy and Lawrence Fishburne*. 504 more words

Books On TV

Man Of Steal

A film which I had no real desire to see was Man Of Steel. I was never a huge fan of the Superman character as he was too perfect and I like my comic book characters to have a little more darkness to them, I’m a huge fan of Judge Dredd, The Punisher, Batman and Blade. 991 more words

Movies

Repetitia Iuvant

In 1995 I came to Rome as an Erasmus student. As I was studying English and American literature the obvious choice of my classmates were to go to British universities but I decided to come here so I could study and learn two languages at the price of one, as many lessons were in English. 941 more words

Literature

The Matrix

The Matrix is a 1999 American–Australian science fiction action film written and directed by The Wachowski Brothers (Bound), starring Keanu Reeves (Constantine), Laurence Fishburne (CSI), Carrie-Anne Moss, Hugo Weaving (V For Vendetta), and Joe Pantoliano. 237 more words

Hannibal Season 2: The Dinner Party is Over

If Hannibal’s first season did one thing perfectly, it was in helping us to forget what we already knew. Sure, we know that Will Graham will get out of jail, be cured of his wonky clock disease and will go to live on the beach in Florida in tiny shorts and Wayfarers and a synth soundtrack.   685 more words

Books On TV

Is It Ever REALLY Worth It?

You know that scene in the Matrix movie where Lawrence Fishburne is offering Keanu Reeves the choice between taking the red pill or the blue pill, and we all know the obvious choice is to take the pill that opens him (Keanu Reeves) up to reality, right? 488 more words

Writing

Review: Hannibal (TV series)

The camera floats over a large dinner table full of exquisitely detailed dishes; well-dressed guests clap as they begin to feast. We see Hannibal Lecter — a younger, more handsome version of the cannibalistic psychiatrist — and he declares, smiling: “Before we begin, you must all be warned. 700 more words

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