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Hannibal Season 1 Review - Ew

WARNINGHannibal is an M rated (mature audiences) show featuring vivid acts of violence. This article contains several such images. Please be advised.

Hannibal Lecter has been one of the most compelling characters since his creation by Thomas Harris in 1981. 592 more words


Hannibal to split its third season; plans introduction of more characters from the books

One of our favourite shows, the horrifyingly dark Hannibal, has been holding court at ComicCon in San Diego, which is now more about TV and movies as it is about comics. 285 more words


Valhalla Rising (2009)

“I’m going to show them a man of God has arrived”

I should probably set my stall out immediately as a self-confessed devotee of Nicolas Winding Refn, but I will try to remain as objective as possible. 629 more words


The Hunt (2012)

The Hunt (2012)

A wee lie, a rumour, and your entire life might crumble.

The Hunt (Jagten) is an extremely realistic, disturbing, and intense Danish film directed by Thomas Vinterberg and starring Mads Mikkelsen, who won for his role in this film the Best Actor Award at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. 240 more words


tv review - NBC's Hannibal, season 2

Hannibal‘s second season starts off with a spectacular moment: a brutal fight between Laurence Fishburne’s Jack Crawford and Mads Mikkelsen’s Hannibal Lecter. Both men dish out and take damage, and use the many objects on display in Lecter’s immaculate kitchen to come out on top, which means the two grab hold of knifes, a pepper grinder, a towel and even a refrigerator door to harm each other. 910 more words


Comic-Con: 'Hannibal' Season 3 to Focus on Lecter Manhunt and Book Characters, But No Clarice Starling

NBC’s “Hannibal” took over Ballroom 20 at Comic-Con Thursday, with creator Bryan Fuller, EPs Steven Lightfoot and Martha De Laurentiis, director David Slade and cast members Caroline Dhavernas, Scott Thompson and Aaron Abrams on hand to tease the sure-to-be delectable developments ahead in season three. 835 more words