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Hannibal: Season 3 [4 Discs] [DVD]

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    Overall Customer Rating:
    98% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (210 out of 215)

    Special Features


    • Audio commentaries with cast and crew
    • Getting the old scent again: reimagining Red Dragon
    • Beyond the mind palace
    • Hannibal on the run
    • Avid fannibals
    • "Hannibal" season 3: killer intentions
    • Post mortem with Scott Thompson (Webisodes)
    • Gag reel
    • Deleted scenes

    Cast & Crew


    • Hugh Dancy - Special Agent Will Graham
    • Mads Mikkelsen - Dr. Hannibal Lecter
    • Laurence Fishburne - Jack Crawford
    • Caroline Dhavernas - Dr. Alana Bloom
    • Lara Jean Chorostecki - Freddie Lounds




    Customer rating

    Rating 4.7 out of 5 stars with 215 reviews

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great Season, Amazing Finale, Lots of Extras

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      Loup
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      This is definitely a more artsy season than the others, but after last season's ending it was almost necessary to slow things down for the first few episodes and amp up the nightmare images and dreamscapes. But after some reflection, things take some crazy turns and it's ridiculously entertaining. There's pretty much two seasons of events here, and basically two season finales. I'm assuming the Red Dragon plot line was moved up because of cancellation fears. Unfortunately, those fears were realized, but I'm still holding out hope for someone to pick it back up when the contract with Amazon Instant Video expires. The last episode can definitely be viewed as a series finale if that doesn't happen, though, and is pretty satisfying. There's a ton of extras on the BluRay and DVD. Almost every episode has a version with commentary, there's some deleted scenes (even an alternate after credits scene), some pretty hilarious bloopers, a few making-of documentaries, and some interviews. There's even a whole special dedicated to the "Fannibals" or the fans of the show which shows off cosplay and art and another special talking about the nature of the relationship between Hannibal Lecter and Will Graham (and some more takes a bunch of fans asked for from that ending). Overall, this is a great season to have on disk that was released with a lot of great extras. Highly recommended.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Hmm...

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      RC23
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      So far, I've only made it through the first episode. I must say that I was not drawn in to season three the way I was with the last two seasons. I am sure it has a lot to do with the fact that I have already seen him on-the-run in Hannibal (the Ridley Scott film) and was really hoping for more of season one and two. I am sure that I won't be completely disappointed when I finish the series but I have yet to do so. Just an opinion, of course. I was very happy to see Gillian Anderson again this season; she is such a beauty. Mads Mikkelsen is still fantastic in the role of Hannibal and really made it his own as opposed to trying to imitate Anthony Hopkins as I would imagine any other actor may have tried to get away with. Anyway, give this season a shot. I know I will.

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Moody, slow burn of a season but so worth it

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      StringfellowHawke
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      This season is a bit of a departure from the previous two seasons. This one is all atmosphere and mood. Stick with it though, as the intensity ratchets up in the second half of the season, culminating in a hold-your-breath confrontation between Will Graham, Hannibal, and Jack Crawford. If you didn't get enough Gillian Anderson previously, she's features in plenty of episodes this season. Mads Mikkelsen's take on Hannibal is far more believable than Anthony Hopkins, presenting him as a Renaissance man of extraordinary intelligence, sophistication, and charm. What sets his performance apart is that the viewer can sometimes empathize with this complete sociopath in the strange, almost symbiotic, relationship he cultivates with Will.

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      A Fitting End to an Amazing TV Drama

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      johnnyspeed3
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      Having never missed an episode of the excellent series on NBC in which the central character is based on Dr. Hannibal Lecter of Silence of the Lambs, this DVD set brings the series to a fitting close. The quality of the writing and the acting and the storyline is maintained to the end, with Hugh Dancy as Will Graham, an FBI consultant who can visualize the murders that Hannibal is responsible for, pitting wits with Danish actor Mads Mikkelsen as Hannibal Lecter. It is recommended that you watch the series from the beginning, however, as this final season will lack the impact it should have for those who are unfamiliar with the history that plays out over the 39 episodes of the series.

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Why Can't All TV Be This Way?

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      PostLaw
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      With so many formulaic plots and half backed cliché dramas on TV and Cable. Why not dive in to an interesting story that unravels mystery and bizarre behaviors upon every viewing. This is stunning story-telling that creeps up on you like a caterpillar or a centipede on your dry skin. The images and dialogue will leave long lasting impressions that will follow you through your daily routines and chase your nightmares night after night. Unfortunately, this is supposedly the last season but instead of worrying about the future of the show, go back and get all three seasons. Now behold, a modern day masterpiece for years to come. P. S. or post mortem, the extra interviews are hilarious.

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Bon Appétit

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      JustAGamer
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      Season 3 of Hannibal explores the events and characters from several of Hannibal Lecter books and movies while putting the show's unique twist on the mythos as a whole, with spectacular success. It's unfortunate that as of now the show has been cancelled, but Season 3 still feels like a fitting (though still much of a cliffhanger) ending to the series as a whole. Hannibal is easily one of my favorite shows to hit television in recent years. Equal parts shocking, disgusting and beautiful. It's worth watching if for no other reason that there is nothing else even remotely like it in film.

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    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Not as strong as previous seasons

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      Rob829
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      This season is notable for splitting the season into two distinct storylines. The first half are loose adaptations of two of Thomas Harris's weakest novels, Hannibal and Hannibal Rising. These episodes are no different, they are considerably weaker than seasons 1 and 2. The back half is a great adaptation of The Red Dragon. The Blu Ray looks spectacular and is filled to the brim with bonus features. My only gripe with the season is that I'm not big on the practically flat out romance between Hannibal and Will Graham. That said, if this is the end, it does provide a good sense of closure.

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Intensity at an all-time high

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      Dudecore
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      Bryan Fuller bleeds into Hannibal and the beauty in his design creates another cult classic TV show. If you're a fan of excellent directing, superb acting and entrancing artwork then you need to eat this up. It's a shame another one of Bryan Fuller's classics had to end so soon. Third season finally gets into the Red Dragon and even though I feel as the beginning might have been a little too slow, it all but makes up for it. Bryan Fuller never ceases to amaze me. 10.5/10 if I could because it's a masterpiece of the flesh pie.

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