Red Dragon

(2002)

Will Graham (Edward Norton) is just about to retire from the F.B.I. when he is called back into duty to track down a brutal killer known at the Tooth Fairy. The killer, Francis Dollarhyde (Ralph Fiennes), detests the title given to him and would rather use the title that he thinks of himself as: the Red Dragon. Now, Dollarhyde has set his eyes on a young woman named Reba (Emily Watson) and Graham will do anything to stop him from killing her. But for him to do that, there's just one thing that he needs to do that he has never wanted to do ever again: visit his arch-enemy, the cunning Dr. Hannibal "The Cannibal" Lecter (Anthony Hopkins), who has been giving the Red Dragon some information about Graham's family recently.

‘Red Dragon’ Makes Its Blu-ray Debut on October 12th

You can bring home the 2002 origin story of Hannibal Lecter home in high-definition in October. Red Dragon will be released on Blu-ray for the first time on October 12. We don't have any pricing details or cover art images as of yet, but you can take a look at the special features below. The film stars Edward Norton, Ralph Fiennes, Emily Watson and Anthony Hopkins as the legendary Hannibal Lecter.

Will Graham (Edward Norton) is just about to retire from the F.B.I. when he is called back into duty to track down a brutal killer known at the Tooth Fairy. The killer, Francis Dollarhyde (Ralph Fiennes), detests the title given to him and would rather use the title that he thinks of himself as: the Red Dragon. Now, Dollarhyde has set his eyes on a young woman named Reba (Emily Watson) and Graham will do anything to stop him from killing her. But for him to do that, there's just one thing that he needs to do that he has never wanted to do ever again: visit his arch-enemy, the cunning Dr. Hannibal The Cannibal Lecter (Anthony Hopkins), who has been giving the Red Dragon some information about Graham's family recently.

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CONTEST: Win RED DRAGON DVDs!

Red Dragon was released October 4th, 2002.

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EXCLUSIVE: Mushy speaks out about RED DRAGON!

First off, let me just say that I was appalled to to hear that a studio was going to have the audacity to remake Manhunter. I say this because remaking a Michael Mann film seems tantamount to "touching up" the Mona Lisa. You just don't want to go there. Yes, I know Ali was bad (at least that's what everyone is telling me), but this in no way should reflect upon Mann's earlier brilliance like Thief, Manhunter, Heat, The Insider, etc... . That said, when I heard that Brett Ratner of Rush Hour and Rush Hour 2 fame was going to be at the helm of this project, I thought that must be some kind of sick joke, one truly worthy of the tastes of Hannibal "The Cannibal" Lecter.

I was upset. I voiced my opinions to anyone who would listen...

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