As is true in so many cases of the books I now read, I spent my childhood terrified of Hannibal Lector, even believing he was real for a while. 550 more words
7. The Silence of the Lambs (1991)
Any time I hear the song “Goodbye Horses,” I’m immediately transported to one of my favorite thrillers, “The Silence of the Lambs.” The movie not only brought Thomas Harris’ book to life and well, but it also introduced a larger audience to Hannibal Lecter, leading to a franchise and a TV series. 138 more words
I revisited Ridley Scott’s 2001 film Hannibal a few days ago. I’d seen it only once before.
A buddy of mine who paid money to see it during its theatrical run insisted it was the most disgusting movie he’d ever seen and nothing he ever cared to sit through again. 650 more words
So I have been re-watching the 3 seasons of the Hannibal TV series, and the character of Freddie Louds really struck a cord with me. No because of Lara Jean Chorostecki’s acting skills or how well the character was written by Bryan Fuller and Thomas Harris. 287 more words
Thomas Harris’s original character Hannibal Lecter has been a staple of the horror franchise since his inception in 1981.
Born into a written series, Harris soon set him loose into the world of film and then television, as well as one tangential moment in a spoof musical endearingly named 779 more words