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The Martian Manhunter is Back

Shape-shifting Martians are invading Earth-so where is J’onn J’onzz to stop them? Trust no one as the Martian Manhunter tries to stop these ruthless alien terrorists from destroying everything!

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PTS Presents The Gary Young Special Episode 1: Michael Mann's MANHUNTER and Jonathan Demme's SILENCE OF THE LAMBS

Our first monthly series with screenwriter Gary Young, where we discuss Michael Mann’s MANHUNTER and Jonathan Demme’s SILENCE OF THE LAMBS.  We also get into the television series HANNIBAL as well as Ridley Scott’s HANNIBAL and we briefly touch upon Brett Ratner’s RED DRAGON. 7 more words

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Fedoralady on 'Manhunter,' 'Hannibal' and Armitage's flawed heroes (who haven't actually eaten anyone)

Richard and I have “been together” for just under eight years now. I discovered him as that absolutely delicious baddie (who turned into a goodie but still had to die for his past sins) Sir Guy on BBC America. 1,534 more words

Richard Armitage

Evrim meets Manhunter

Tomorrow night (Friday 5 June 2015) our main man Evrim will be introducing Michael Mann’s 1986 classic Manhunter at the Welcome Gallery as part of their… 36 more words

Retro movie review: Manhunter [1986]

Thomas Harris’s 1981 novel Red Dragon, the book that introduced the world to Dr. Hannibal “The Cannibal” Lecter, has already been filmed twice. There’s no better time to revisit the first of those movies–especially since early signs indicate that the back half of  704 more words

Horror Movies

Manhunter (1986)

Written by Thomas Harris and Michael Mann. Directed by Michael Mann. Stars William Petersen, Brian Cox, and Tom Noonan.

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Will Graham is asked to return to his FBI team to help find a serial killer, the Tooth Fairy. 498 more words

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Strange Comic Trends: The Return of the Paper Masks

Back in 1988 there existed an interesting promo to entice new readers into picking up the new series Manhunter.  The new series was a spin-off from the so-so Millennium company wide crossover, where former Manhunter Mark Shaw carried the torch as the last Manhunter, in this case more of a bounty hunter than hero or villain.   337 more words

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