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Kaiseki: a type of multicourse Japanese meal offering small dishes; a Japanese tasting menu
Wisely, Bryan Fuller, who co-scripted the premiere, leaves Will in lockup as the season begins (forced to be picked apart by antagonistic Frederick Chilton), and truly haunted by the things he’s seen, working very briefly on the case that gets introduced in the premiere. But, and again, masterstroke, they have him unequivocally calling out to the rafters that Hannibal is guilty of framing him the Shrike’s deeds (to no one’s avail), and the acting between the two men in the hospital, with each men on the wrong side of the bars is great, it’s like two gunslingers headed for a showdown. It’s all sweat and grime and desperation as it should be. I said it in my advance »
- Nathan Smith
Bon appétit! It is the chef, or the cook if you will, that makes all the magic happen with the food we eat. The right chef can take your ordinary meal and make it extraordinary… or is that Hamburger Helper? Anyway, here are the Top 9 Sinister Chefs in horror.
With the release of Serving Up Richard (review), we decided to dig down deep and remember some of our favorite chefs and cooks throughout the history of horror.
Whether they be chefs of the gourmet variety, or they just threw something (like a boiling bunny) on the stove, the following list of ne'er-do-wells all know their way around a kitchen. And that's one of the reasons why we love them.
As always, we'll give you a few honorable mentions to get things going. Glenn Close's previously referenced character, Alex Forrest, was perhaps not a true chef, but she sure knew »
- Scott Hallam
When it was announced the legendary Hannibal Lecter was to be taken on by another actor and transported through our TV screens, there was a shrill silence of uncertainty. How could anyone beat Anthony Hopkins in his unforgettable role? Just, how could they? Then, when it was revealed that it would take place before the events of Thomas Harris’s book ‘Red Dragon’ – that we would actually see Hannibal in action – there was a slight excitement but it was leveled with caution. After the terrible ‘Hannibal Rising’ – telling us too much and making Hannibal sympathetic – we were not too keen on the idea of the TV show doing this. And then we checked into Bryan Fuller’s vision, we watched Mads Mikkelsen in his three-piece suits, we were swept up in the dialogue and realized what fools we had been to ever doubt.
Yes, Bryan Fuller’s re-imagining of »
- Thomas Stewart
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