In honour of the final episode of Hannibal, which was a real killer, I thought I’d reblog an older post of mine from earlier in the year when I first started watching the series. Season three was a bit of a crazy one with some beautiful imagery that I may visit here on the blog one day. I wish that there was more to see, because a) the show is fantastic, and b) there were a whole bunch of cliffhangers in the final episode, if you know what I mean. But in the mean time, here are ten things that I love about NBC’s Hannibal.
What did you guys think of the Hannibal finale? Will it be counted as another in a long list of shows that were cancelled too soon? Or did it finish right on time? Let me know what you think!
Yet again I’ve gotten stuck into a television series and I feel the need to post/rant about how much I love it. I’m sure you’ve all heard of NBC’s Hannibal before – the general story is based on the book Red Dragon by Thomas Harris, with the character of Hannibal himself being featured in the classic film The Silence of the Lambs (1991). The very name of Hannibal may cause you to recall the image of a psychotic serial killer in a mask, making strange hissing noises in a prison cell, and perhaps even eating the faces of a prison guard or two. But Hannibal is much more than that – an atmospheric, truly creepy piece of televised art that has captured my imagination and given me some seriously strange nightmares.
The television series takes an interesting spin on the novel and original film, with flawed genius criminal profiler Will…
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