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Blood And Moonlight : Let Me Tell You Why I Love Manhunter So Much

Manhunter is one of my earliest memories of watching a film that was FAR too mature in content to be unfolding before my eyes (I think I was about 12-13 years old), but it’s also one of the most perfect examples of my young self being exposed to the sort of quality filmmaking that would […]

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Hannibal: It’s Time to Meet Dolarhyde

Possible spoilers ahead… Hannibal, while striking its own levels of excellence based solely on its own merits, also has come closer than any of the other Hannibal Lecter films to capturing the truly brilliant atmosphere of the original film Manhunter, a film that I haven’t been shy about calling my most favorite film in all […]

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Top 5 Films Inspired by Ed Gein

Any time a horror film deals with homicidal rednecks, grave robbers, or cannibals who have perverse relationships with their mothers, you can thank Ed Gein. Gein was a reclusive farmer in Wisconsin who murdered women and crafted suits from their skin. He would also fashion trophies from body parts he scavenged from graveyards. When he […]