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Michael Mann’s 1986 thriller ‘Manhunter’ misses the mark in several ways

By Matthew E. Milliken
Feb. 19, 2018

In 1986, Michael Mann was arguably at the height of his influence. He was creator and executive producer of the hit TV crime series  919 more words


What If It's All A Case Of Demonic Possession?

One of those clickbait news sites recently sported a dire warning from a Priest it said was one of the leading exorcists in the Catholic Church. 1,041 more words

Wednesday Book Corner #6 - The Hannibal Lecter Omnibus, Part 1: Red Dragon, by Thomas Harris

Following on from my successes with The Bourne Identity and The Crimson Petal and the WhiteRed Dragon is another novel that I have been starting and setting aside time and time again for a long while, so it is another victory in the “finish what you started” effort that seems to be defining my reading year so far.  742 more words


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There is no short way to tell this story. As such, I have decided to write down every last detail in the order that it happened to the best of my recollection. 3,010 more words

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What's Up MTV? It's Me, Hannibal Lecter, and This is My Crib

(Pittsburgh, PA) “Hey guys, thanks for doing this. Big fan.” It was all smiles and fist bumps as we entered into the lower floors of the prison. 508 more words


Quid Pro Quo: Composition in "The Silence of the Lambs"

The backbone of The Silence of the Lambs, what makes it most fascinating psychologically and has rendered it a pop culture mainstay, is the series of conversations that occurs between main characters Clarice Starling and Hannibal Lecter. 474 more words