“Bullroarer” sounds scary enough as a word (and a visual), and as a sound… make sure the lights are on when you listen! Can’t wait for S2 of Hannibal.
Who would’ve guessed that adding a single instrument to the Hannibal soundtrack could make the NBC drama about 300 percent more creepy?
The dark stag that haunted Will’s subconscious throughout Season 1 was accompanied by a bullroarer, an ancient instrument that “creates this very disturbing, guttural, primal sound,” series creator Bryan Fuller explains in this exclusive, behind-the-scenes Blu-ray clip.
In other words, bullroarer = the reason you have to keep the lights on when you go to bed on Hannibal nights.
Press PLAY on the video below to hear the spine-chilling effect — you’ll recognize it by the feelings of dread it inspires — and then hit the comments:What do you think was the scariest moment from Hannibal’s first season (which comes out on Blu-ray and DVD on Sept. 24)?
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