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Roti – Hannibal 110

Sorry this review is only just now coming up. Hopefully the delays that have been plaguing the site will soon come to an end. The Psyborg TV crowd-funding campaign is now up and running and the new site is almost completely built and only waiting on a web host. In the meantime, I will resume regular posting here. And what better way to begin regular posts than with a review of NBC’s Hannibal? Continue reading

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After last week’s episode, we thought it would be hard to make the crime scenes in NBC’s Hannibal any more disturbing. We were wrong. This episode digs into the dark past of Jack Crawford and the case he worked years before the events of the show. It would appear that the Chesapeake Ripper, who was mentioned in last week’s episode, has resurfaced already in custody at a mental hospital. SPOILERS BEYOND THIS POINT! Continue reading

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This show has grown and grown on us over the past few weeks. Mads Mikkelsen is brilliant as the infamous Dr. Hannibal Lecter and Hugh Dancy has delivered us a Will Graham second only to Edward Norton’s. And the show has not been squeamish with the crime scenes either, packing just as much blood and gore into its one hour episodes as a feature length Hannibal Lecter movie. Bryan Fuller’s vision is a must on Thursday nights. Tonight’s episode, “Coquilles”, is the one that was used for large portions of the show’s promos before it aired. What did Geeking Cool think about it? SPOILERS BEYOND THIS POINT! Continue reading

He’s back. Everybody’s favorite cannibal is on the loose again. Only this time he’s trying to help a young FBI agent troubled by his ability to empathize with killers. This time, Dr. Lecter is played by the Danish actor Mads Mikkelsen (Clash of the Titans, Valhalla Rising, King Arthur). Hugh Dancy (Blood and Chocolate, King Arthur, Blackhawk Down) takes up the role of Special Agent Will Graham. But is this new show from NBC, helmed by Bryan Fuller (Pushing Daisies), the procedural to end all police procedurals? I sincerely hope so; I passed up watching Elementary to watch it. We watched the first episode and below is what we thought. Continue reading