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Hannibal Season 2 - Episode 2 Review

17 March 2014 12:14 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Thomas Harris reviews the second episode of Hannibal Season 2...

At times, watching Hannibal feels less simply a police procedural, more an adrenaline boost. The opening of Sakizuki encompasses this. Following directly from the previous episode, victim Roland Umber is tearing himself from dead bodies. It's a startling image and one that continues to haunt days later. It is this in which Hannibal continues to succeed, it shocks and humours, forcing the audience into submission. By no means does this make it an easy watch but it certainly stands tall above all other major cable television shows currently broadcasting.

Mads Mikkelsen continues to play Hannibal with a gross and unsettling glee, most evident in his remark, "I love your work," while clad in a quite dashing plastic suit. Mikkelsen seems to relish the opportunity the psychopathic elements of the character with his newfound sense of comedy. Even Hugh D'ancy's Will Graham, »

- Gary Collinson

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TV Recap: 'Hannibal' Episode 202 - 'Sakizuke'

8 March 2014 5:43 PM, PST | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

Hannibal Episode 202


Written By: Jeff Vlaming and Bryan Fuller

Directed By: Tim Hunter

Original Airdate: 7 March 2014

In This Episode…

The “mosaic man” victim, Roland Umber, wakes to find himself in this hideous pile of bodies. We later learn that a lifetime of heroin use has given him a very high tolerance - the amount that killed other people was just a good buzz for him. He tears himself away from the bodies he is sewn to - literally. He is so desperate to escape that he pulls and pulls until his flesh is just ripped away from his body. With big, bloody patches of missing flesh, Roland races, naked, from the silo that held him. As he leaves, his captor drives up, and he wastes no time chasing his escaped paint swatch into the corn field. What follows is a tense cat-and-mouse chase, which ends when Roland comes to the edge of a cliff. »

- Alyse Wax

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Mark Wahlberg, Is That You? How Matt Damon Handles Confused Fans

7 February 2014 11:20 AM, PST | Popsugar.com | See recent Popsugar news »

Matt Damon's been busy promoting Monuments Men this week with a stop on Jimmy Kimmel Live and a visit to Good Morning America, and he also made time for a special Reddit Ama. In the Ask Me Anything Q&A, fans and redditors have free rein to ask Matt whatever they want, and one wanted to know if Matt ever gets confused for Channing Tatum. Matt replied that he hasn't had that happen with Channing, but he does get confused for another star. Read more about his funny mistaken-identity scenario: "I do get confused with Mark Wahlberg a lot, and we just have a deal that whenever we get mistaken for each other we have to be very polite. Can't give the other a bad name. "This happened to me yesterday, I was walking down the street with my kids, and this guy screamed 'Mark Wahlberg!' I just kept walking, »

- Lauren Turner

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Lindsay Lohan, Amanda Seyfried: Mean Girls cast 10 years on - then & now

6 February 2014 8:43 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Lindsay Lohan has reunited with former Mean Girls co-star Daniel Franzese as the cult film approaches its 10th anniversary.

We take a rather fond and fetch trip down memory lane to see what the comedy's central stars - including Lacey Chabert and Lizzy Caplan - have gone on to do a decade later:

Lacey Chabert

Lacey Chabert plays runt of The Plastics litter and Toaster Strudel princess Gretchen Wieners.

The 31-year-old star, who famously played Claudia Salinger in cult series Party of Five from 1994 to 2000, has also appeared in Ghosts of Girlfriends Past with Matthew McConaughey and provided the voice of Family Guy's Meg Griffin before Mila Kunis took over.

Tim Meadows

Tim Meadows stars as democratic principal Mr Duvall, who attempts to restore calm when pages of the infamous Burn book rear their ugly heads.

Following the film's release, 53-year-old comedy writer and actor Meadows has starred in »

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Jonathan Harris Peeks Inside the Lesbian Porn Industry in I Love Your Work

23 January 2014 11:00 AM, PST | Filmmaker Magazine - Blog | See recent Filmmaker Magazine news »

A three-time Webby Award winner and a 2009 World Economic Forum “Young Global Leader,” who has exhibited at MoMA and built the world’s largest time capsule with Yahoo!, Jonathan Harris can now add the firestarters Idfa DocLab Award for Digital Storytelling – for his latest interactive project I Love Your Work – to his esteemed CV. In it Harris invites us on an online journey not to the Arctic Ocean with Alaskan Eskimos – as he did in his previous piece, The Whale Hunt – but into the lives of nine women residing in a much hotter climate, that of the […] »

- Lauren Wissot

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Jonathan Harris on Becoming Unstuck

17 January 2014 5:00 AM, PST | Filmmaker Magazine - Blog | See recent Filmmaker Magazine news »

Even though technology-focused artist Jonathan Harris has a project at Sundance New Frontier — I Love Your Work, a documentary about the makers of lesbian porn experienced in your own private viewing booth — he’s been stuck. Creatively stuck, that is. And at Transom, he’s penned (and illustrated) an essay, “Navigating Stuckness,” that is both a meditation on creative block as well as, writes the site, “an autobiographical journey with teachable moments.” He’s broken down the stages of his creativity by years, tracking his life alongside projects like the data visualization work We Feel Fine, the storytelling platform Cowbird and […] »

- Scott Macaulay

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