Hannibal

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I Love Serial Killer Stories And Worry What That Says About Me

I can’t get enough of ‘Mindhunter’ and ‘American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace,’ but, why?
Danielle Riendeau
2.27.18
jobs

The Woman Who Made Cannibalism Look Delicious

Artist Janice Poon was the lead food stylist on the cult-hit 'Hannibal'. Poon made even the most grisly murder look mouth-watering. Now she's taking her creativity to the kitchen with a new cook book for cannibals (sort of).
Carli Velocci
4.9.16
Science

​The Ancient Poop Trail of Conquerors

Where did Hannibal cross the Alps? Follow the trail of ancient horse poop.
Becky Ferreira
4.6.16
sportsflicks

Rod's Not Dead, Or Roddy Piper's Christian Cinema Swan Song

Roddy Piper was one of the great wrestlers of his era, and he had his moments as an actor. "The Masked Saint," his last film, isn't great. But it has its charms.
Tom Keiser
1.14.16
FIGHTLAND

Analyzing Dr. Hannibal Lecter's Combat Skills

From samurai training to street fighting, we take a look at the combat background of one of pop culture's most dangerous characters.
Sarah Kurchak
9.30.15
Culture

Sony Execs Argued Over Uploading ‘Fake Torrents’ to Fight Piracy

The entertainment giant had a clever plan to stop people from illegally downloading the second season of “Hannibal.”
Adrianne Jeffries
12.12.14
Television

Hannibal's Food Stylist Is More Worried About Oysters Than Cannibalism

Lobsters in cantaloupes and foie gras gussied up with ostrich feathers are commonplace on the <em>Hannibal</em> dinner table. But it takes a keen artistic sensibility—and sometimes a pile of mashed potatoes—to make that food camera-ready.
David Whelan
7.21.14