When good TV goes bad: when Hannibal started to chew the scenery
Bryan Fuller’s adaptation of Thomas Harris’s novels was gruesome, smart, sexy, terrifying and brilliant. Until Eddie Izzard turned the silliness up to 11
If you’re not familiar with the TV series Hannibal, it is – for the most part – a deeply twisted yet blackly funny reimagining of the Hannibal Lecter tales, only with a much younger and suaver Hannibal (Mads Mikkelsen). He is still indulging his fondness for murder and cannibalism, but not living life on the run because he generally manages to pin his crimes on other people. Or he just eats them.Continue reading...
Published on 11 Jun 2018 at 11:59AM