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Retro in Review: Silence of the Lambs

From the first time you lay eyes on Hannibal Lecter (or is he laying eyes on you?), you’re waiting for “that moment”.

You know what I mean-that point in the movie where all that talk of Dr. 571 more words


A murder guide you’ll never need.

Have you ever wanted to kill someone for something they did to you? Your brother who ate that last piece of pizza or a “friend” that embarrassed you in front of the whole class. 383 more words


Mindhunter by John E. Douglas

Mindhunter by John E. Douglas

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

An interesting insight into the development of behavioural science and profiling of serial killers. John Douglas, and colleagues, personally interviewed some of the most evil men (yes, statistics show that nearly ALL serial killers are male) in the world. 351 more words


Reviewing the Pages: The Silence of the Lambs

Hannibal Lecter. The ultimate villain of modern fiction. Read the five-million-copy bestseller that scared the world silent… A young FBI trainee. An evil genius locked away for unspeakable crimes.

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5 Reasons Eating Human Flesh is Ruining Your Social Life

By Alistair Ogden

1 – You’re killing off your friend group

Everyone knows people taste better after you get to know them, but your insatiable hunger for humanity has decimated the size of your friend group. 204 more words


My Liver Is Not On The Menu Today!

Horror movies and haunted houses don’t frighten me, Modern Philosophers.  In fact, I love to write thrillers and scary screenplays because I take joy in figuring out new and creative ways to give someone else an awesome fright. 799 more words


Killer und Empathen - Sadistische Empathie

Im zweiten Teil der Reihe “Killer und Empathen” beschäftige ich mich mit den sadistischen Elementen der Empathie, warum Leid Vergnügen bereiten kann, was Reue und Bedauern unterscheidet und weshalb Psychopathen gar nicht so unempathisch sind. 1,163 more words