I know it happened almost a week ago, but it’s taken me this long to calm down and be able to actually write a review. Otherwise it would have all been angry keyboard smashing.
This week’s episode, five of six for anyone counting was another standalone episode that pushes modern televisions limits in both the serious and absurd. If you haven’t seen it, spoiler alert, there is terrorism and line dancing. Continue reading “#TheXFiles Goes to Babylon”
In last Mondays latest, we find Mulder and Scully looking for clues in none other than the trash? Continue reading “#TheXFiles Take Out the Trash”
“We’ve been given another case, Mulder. It has a monster in it.” And so starts our third episode of the revived X-Files series. A much more funny, meta and easier to understand plot line this week gave fans a bit of breathing room and to enjoy the X-Files almost as much as the actors do during this episode. Continue reading “#TheXFiles Mulder and Scully Meet the Were-Monster”
For the second night in a row, America was gifted with a new X-Files episode. This one was called Founders Mutation, and it brought us back to the heart of the X-Files. Where Mulder and Scully shine best trying to save innocent people who cannot help the situation they’re in. It also shined a light onto Mulder and Scully’s hearts and it was heartbreaking.
As the Nerdy Girl Express has noted before, we have been beyond excited for the return of the X-Files. Last night it finally happened, but not before FOX must have been taken over by the government and aliens; which is the only explanation I can come up with to their terrible handling of the show’s premiere. Continue reading “#TheXFiles Episode 1 and Why It’s Meant to be Confusing”