The TV deaths that made the list are the kinds of things that stick with you for awhile. They may not involve buckets of blood or dripping entrails, but they are unique and upsetting. These are TV’s best deaths.
There is an embarrassment of horror riches on TV these days. In some ways, that makes it easier to choose ten best episodes, because you have a ton of options to choose from. In other ways, it makes it more difficult because there are so many options to choose from, and you have to sift through the bad to get to the good.
The road to success hasn’t always been an easy one, when it comes to TV adaptations of beloved horror flicks. Over the years we’ve seen many of them come and go, either failing to catch on with audiences the way shows like Bates Motel and Hannibal have or even failing to ever find their way in front of the cameras.
My favorite show of last season is finally on blu-ray: Hannibal. I was eager to get my mitts on this set so I could check out the unaired episode “Ceuf” (which was awesome) and to see extended scenes that NBC would have cut out due to gruesomeness.
If you didn't get a chance to catch 'Hannibal' during it's initial TV run, or even if you did and you've been dying to revisit it, you're in luck. The complete first season is now available both on Blu-Ray and DVD, as well as via digital outlets.
The crew from Hannibal was at Comic Con this year, so we got some hints for what we will see in season two.
For your consideration, we offer you our top six picks for some of the most notorious gross-out scenes in contemporary horror filmmaking (1990-Present).
Despite conservative groups rallying against violent and horrifying television, much of it makes it to our screens intact, thanks in large part to network self-censoring. But every once in a while, a show slips through the cracks, is withdrawn due to “sensitivity” issues, or bombarded with viewer complaints.