X-Files 10.3 – Mulder and Scully Meet the Were-Monster

This was a great episode, of the satirical and self-parodying sort that the X-Files regularly offered throughout its history. Early in the episode, Mulder reflects on how much of the unexplained has been explained since he previously worked on the X-Files, often in terms of pranks by college students. He uses a phrase from the [Read More...]

X Files 10.2: “Founder’s Mutation”

The second episode in the new X-Files series is sort of X-Files meets X-Men. On the one hand, it had a very strong feel of the classic “monster of the week” kind of episode, while on the other, the specific case was clearly connected to the new theme that abductions and impregnations are the work [Read More...]

Merry X-Mas

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Paging Dana Scully

Fred Clark does a wonderful job of reviewing Tim Stafford’s book Miracles (which I also recently reviewed) by relating it to the classic science fiction show The X-Files. Here is one of my favorite quotes from the piece, which is very helpful and insightful: Reading Miracles, I kept feeling like AD Walter Skinner on The X-Files, listening to another [Read More...]

Reasons to Buy Religion and Science Fiction: You Want To Believe

Fox Mulder on the X-Files had a poster of a UFO in his office, with the words “I Want To Believe.” The poster became famous. But why is it such a popular image? And what is the relationship between that sort of belief and religious belief? Many staple fringe ideas of our time – some [Read More...]


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