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The first season of Hannibal might be over now, but the top ten most shocking moments are going to haunt us for some time to come!
After weeks of anticipation, Savoureux serves up a tasty end to a great season. High drama and superb writing; a fitting climax to the series.
A skillfully delivered penultimate chapter, with deception, suspense, and the irrepressible Dr. Lecter placed in perfect unison to set up the finale.
Defiance is far from perfect and certainly not original but Defiance is entertaining throughout and a worthwhile experience for genre fans.
Channel 4’s excellent four-part drama Run, starring Olivia Colman, is a bleakly realistic look at people living on the fringes of society
In one of the most brutal episodes of the series, Rôti continues to build towards what will surely be a memorable conclusion to this stand out series.
Bringing together great performances with a great story, Buffet Froid is perhaps the best episode of the series, taking Hannibal from strength to strength.
The Invisible Man is a fun but dated series that probably doesn’t really need a Blu-ray release, but is getting one anyway.
Whilst the show continues to conflict with itself over each episode’s focus, the performances and writing continue to hold Hannibal together, if only just.
With a stronger focus on Dr. Lecter comes a more violent and action-packed show, with Fromage pushing Hannibal to the blood stained center of the stage.
Whilst Sorbet begins to lift the veil and peer behind the carefully constructed mask of Dr. Lecter, the rest of Hannibal may be showing signs of struggle.
In an episode that marks a change for the show in narrative and style, Entrée may be moving on too quickly from Hannibal’s slow and intriguing beginnings.