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A Statistical Review of The X-Files Season 1 Episode 2 - Deep Throat (81.06/100)

Deep Throat feels like a second Pilot episode for The X-Files, but without the awkward clunkiness. The plot is less convoluted, David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson are vastly improved, and there are hardly any eye-rolling moments involved, other than when someone writes a statistical review of the episode 25 years after it aired. 2,684 more words


Gems 4.165

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Painting by Jonny Linder, Pixabay

“I happen to be privileged enough to be in on the fact that we have been visited on this planet, and the UFO phenomenon is real.”  –

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When Time Stands Still: X-Files and You

One of the longest-running science fiction series in network television history is The X-Files, which originally aired in the 1990s up till 2002 but is now back. 2,814 more words

Sermons And Homilies

A Statistical Review of The X-Files Season 1 Episode 1 - Pilot (71.80/100)

If there is one show that has stuck with me since my childhood, it is The X-Files.  There were other great shows from that era but none that I revisit to the extent that I do this one… 2,832 more words


Warrior Princesses and Vampire Slayers...

Last International Women’s Day, my sister posted a photo of Xena, the mighty warrior princess, with the caption “Every day is IWD when Xena is your idol” 1,099 more words

The truth is out there

The X Files was one of the first shows that I got hooked onto. Back in the 1990s, as the clock struck 9 pm we would gather together around our television set and watch the mysteries unfold. 400 more words


The Darkest Time of Night by Jeremy Finley - Review

About The Darkest Time of Night by Jeremy Finley

When four-year-old William vanishes in the woods behind his home, the only witness is his older brother who whispers, “The lights took him,” and then never speaks again. 455 more words

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