This is a group for anyone who is interested in discussing and dissecting the various works that comprise the Hannibal canon, including the movies, TV show, and the four book series by Thomas Harris that first brought these characters to life.
Posts for this club should be tagged: cannibal_club.
So every so often I google 'Hannibal season 4' and today there were a couple articles... [more inside]
This is a post for us to discuss films or TV shows that feature the Hannibal cast but aren't actually part of the Hannibal canon. [more inside]
You would think there could not be any possible spoilers for a TV series that folded several months ago and was preceded by a book and movie canon in which the last piece of work was released in 2007. But you might be wrong. [more inside]
For chatter that doesn't obviously belong in any of the other threads.
This is a masterpost for any Hannibal-related further reading (and viewing) material. [more inside]
After the death of his parents during World War II, young Hannibal Lecter moves in with his beautiful aunt and begins plotting revenge on the barbarians responsible for his sister's death. [more inside]
A masterpost of recommendations for fanfic, S4 or otherwise. Cannibal Club authors are highly encouraged to link their work here. [more inside]
This is a masterpost for works cited in the canonical Hanniverse. [more inside]
This is a club talk post for us to informally discuss the book Hannibal Rising in anticipation of our Hannibal Rising movie re-watch tentatively scheduled for the first Saturday in November. [more inside]
We need something to keep us occupied while we wait with bated breath to find out if and when we'll be getting a fourth season of Hannibal. And thus Cannibal Club was born. [more inside]
The BAU team narrows in on the origin of the discarded bodies from the soupy crime scene, working to discover the killer's artful plan, while Will Graham begins an artful plan of his own from within the asylum. [more inside]
While Will continues to assert his innocence, Hannibal and Jack try to come to terms with the fact that he's in jail; Kade Purnell visits Will. [more inside]
Savoureux is like a dessert, only not sweet. Tart, like cheese. Or bitter. Or horrifying and deadly, like that Sicilian cheese that's illegal and contains jumping maggots that eat you alive from the inside if you're foolish enough to consume it, and I have no idea why anybody would be. I bet Hannibal would eat it, but actually he'd be pretending in order to gull you into eating it so he could revel in the duping delight.
Will Graham's days are trending downwards in quality. Lucky for him Hannibal is on the case!
It's getting hot in here.
And tonight in Single Entendre of the Week, we sample jamón Ibérico cured from "long pig". Know what long pig is? Go on, guess.
A shocking revelation in tonight's episode: Freddie is a vegetarian!
In which Hannibal discovers common interests with some fellow cheese-folk.
The nice, light-relief episode where Hannibal goes to the opera and throws a dinner party. Isn't he just the most?
The Chesapeake Ripper is revealed! Not.
The one with the angels. And I don't mean the Victoria's Secret kind either.
The one that's not called "Ceuf".
The Murder Family visit the Hobbs house. Hilarity ensues.
The BAU investigate a killer who is burying his victims alive.
FBI instructor Will Graham now lives out his days in the classroom, despite his legendary skills as a forensic profiler. But Jack Crawford, head of the BAU, has other ideas and wants to tempt Will back into the field. When stubbornness ensues, Jack seeks help from the renowned psychiatrist, Doctor Hannibal Lecter.