In this week’s episode, steamy scenes peppered the landscape while Hannibal’s mind games have helped Will’s evolution escalate to an even further degree. (Photo Courtesy of NBC.com) We open on the ending of last week’s episode, Randall bursting through the window. But it wasn’t Randall, it was the Ravenstag. When Will stands, the Ravenstag becomes […]
I feel like I’ve said that “shit hits the fan” for the past couple of weeks, but this was honestly one of the most intense episodes, it hurt to watch. Hannibal’s plans are coming full circle and things are really amping up. (photo courtesy of NBC.com) The episode starts off with Miriam Lass being […]
Canon references abound in this episode, and new characters from the original source material are introduced. Also, Bryan Fuller gives new, grisly meaning to the word “Turducken.” (photo courtesy of NBC.com) Will has taken Jack ice fishing in the middle of nowhere. He says he gets the attraction in summer, obviously freezing. They seem to […]
This week’s episode of Hannibal took a trip to the pseudo-fantastical with their killer of the week, and Will’s mind continues its steady decline into darkness. (Curteousy of NBC.com) The episode opens with Will having tied Hannibal to a tree. He says he wants Hannibal to admit what he is, and Hannibal counters that Will’s […]
We don’t really tarry long at Chez Lecter because Jack Crawford is angry.
This has been, by far, one of the most emotional episodes of the entire series
The feels trip of Hannibal season two went full-scale feels coaster with episode 4, and the twists and turns came at such a rapid pace we could barely recover before another turn came at full speed and knocked us around.
So far, we’ve seen a lot of stuff go down on NBC’s Hannibal, but this week was one of the most intense. If you all thought that Episode 1 fight scene was bad… Well. Okay, so that was horrible, but this is a whole new sort of feels trip.
Hannibal Season 2, Episode 2, “Sakizuke” ramps up the stakes.
Tonight saw the return of one of the best TV shows in years, NBC’s gem and Bryan Fuller’s brain-baby, “Hannibal.” This season is going to be even more of a feels trip than the last, and I, for one, welcome the pain of watching such a gorgeous story unfold.