Steve’s second Halloween column this month, in which he tries to do teeny-tiny reviews of 27 movies. Let us know if he succeeds or falls flat on his face.
Is there any refined and beautiful skill Hannibal Lecter hasn’t mastered? Find out.
Dreams in Hannibal take viewers to a whole new level.
Week to week, Hannibal grows more horrifying and fascinating. You just can’t look away.
Hannibal recap: in which we learn that meat, frightened as it is being killed, becomes acidic.
Is there anything more disturbing and fascinating on TV these days?
How can ice fishing evoke such horror? Read the re-cap to find out.
More horrifyingly luscious imagery in the latest Hannibal recap.
I feel like it’s not a theory anymore: when people go to see Will, they are shot behind bars if they don’t know that he’s innocent, shot free of the bars if they know the truth. In this opening scene, Laurence Fishburne’s Jack Crawford is shot in both ways; here, he’s finally seriously considering that […]
For all its repulsive imagery, Hannibal is also a visual delight for lovers of food porn.
San Costello takes us along for another trip in the bizarre world of Hannibal
Violence on Hannibal is so operatic, so rococo. Its inventiveness is so refreshing that, if it weren’t upsetting, it would almost be beautiful.
No show is as obsessed with the details of mutilation and gore than Hannibal. It’s equally obsessed with the elegant, geometric composition of shots.
In case you missed it, a recap of of the Season Two opener of Hannibal
Hannibal is the most visually distinctive show on TV.
True Blood stirs no interest in me, I don’t enjoy The Walking Dead, and my feelings about American Horror Story are deeply mixed, but as a fan of horror TV, I owe something to all three shows. Thanks to them, it’s a great time to be a fan of TV horror–and it’s about to get […]