One big difference between Hannibal and other procedurals or crime-based dramas is that the writers take great care in providing unique serial killer motifs. Whether it's a human mushroom garden, using body parts for musical instrument strings more
Lawrence Wells is rather creative in " Trou Normand ." Constructing a totem pole of corpses is a very creative way of financing a retirement fund.
What’s most interesting about Lawrence is that his actions are what ultimately does hi more
Will Graham is losing his grip on time, space, the very fabric of his temporal and psychological realities. Read More... http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2013/05/23/hannibal-recap-piecing-it-all-together/?mod=WSJBlog
The entire storyline with Tobias was interesting in that it was the most Hannibal has felt like Dexter, in terms of Hannibal coming face to face with another serial killer and it ultimately escalating into a confrontation. But this show has a very differe more
On Hannibal, there is no shortage of psychopathic killers out there for Jack and Will to investigate. This time, in "Fromage," the killer was much closer to their inner circle than they ever realized. Dr. Lecter had some major cover up work to do in order more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Fromage," the May 16 episode of NBC's "Hannibal," in which Dr. Lecter becomes interested in a local killer, and Will begins hearing things. Read More... http://www.hitfix.com/whats-alan-watching/review-hannibal-fromage-her more
Watching Hannibal can be like an out of body experience - and "Fromage" helped explain why.
The series is so out of the realm of normal human understanding, it's like watching a horrible, macabre fairy tale. And poor Will Graham is stuck in the center of more