Posted by sean on January 13, 2018 at 11:07 pm in The X-Files with No Comments


It seems that I may be in the minority, when it comes to last week’s episode of the new X Files season. Everyone I have spoken to about it has been disappointed. I really liked it. Perhaps being deprived from any new episodes for so long, made me too generous to a below average start to a season.

The second episode aired on Wednesday night in America, and I was able to watch it today. This was the first “Monster of the Week” episode of the new season.

Based on my contrasting thoughts with everyone else, last week, this will no doubt go down as one of the classics; as I didn’t think much of it at all.

Everyone’s favourite characters, The Lone Gunmen, returned. Except they didn’t. Two of the trio- Frohike and Byers – were missing (presumed still dead). Only Langley made an appearance, and it wasn’t really him – I can’t say anymore, without revealing too much of the plot.

The episode, which focused on dead people living on in a digital form – to put it into very basic terms – had it’s entertaining moments… I enjoyed the graveyard scene and fight in the complex, but some bits of the episode were silly.

While it was a Monster of the Week episode, I would rather have an actual monster. You know – ghosts, ghouls and giant, man-eating worms.

Onto next week…

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