Brain scene is referenced.
Giancarlo Giannini stars in both movies. The 1986 title means Fried Crumbled Brains, which is similar to what happens in Hannibal's subplot.
Mentioned on Weekend Update
Cartman says "Did you see that movie Hannibal?"
Ray Liotta mentions it.
Kurt quotes the movie.
On theater marquee.
Some hoodlums got the same mask as Anthony Hopkins in the film
Hana and Alice both watched the movie on tv.
You can see this movie in Robert Englunds DVD collection
DVD in video shop.
The movie was mentioned.
Referenced by title
correct response in "Movie Taglines" category
mentioned in dialogue
Movie poster seen in background.
With his "man-eating pig" farm, the quadriplegic villain of this episode, "Dr. Mason Turner," bears a strong resemblance to "Mason Verger," the disfigured and immobilized nemesis of Hannibal Lecter in Hannibal (2001).
One of the killers chops off the top of Chavez's head and eats a piece of his brain.
Inspired the segment "Cannibalfrom Puss in Boots" by Nikolay Yeriomin.
"The movie Hannibal proved that cannibalism could still be funny"
DVD seen in video store
Jay mentions that Julianne Moore was in the film
Critics says it sucked
Mentioned briefly as one of Ridley Scott's bad movies.
Mentioned when discussing the many interpretations of Hannibal Lecter.
"Now we know where Hannibal Lecter got the idea to eat Ray Liotta's brains."
Cartel in cinema and mentioned in dialogue.
title mentioned by Mike Greenberg
The title was inspired by a quote from Mason Verger played by Gary Oldman
James mentions the sequel
When the Chanels confront Melanie in her home, her bedroom looks exactly like Mason Verger's bedroom from "Hannibal".
mentioned by Mike Greenberg
The brain cooking sequence
Clips of the movie shown
Footage of this movie is shown.
a clip is shown in a montage of Julianne Moore films
The infamous brain scene is shown in review.
Mentioned upon discussing the Hannibal Lecter series
Clips of mistakes shown
Hanson cutting in shortys brain scene
Spoofed in Hannibal skit