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  • I found this particular episode quite interesting
  • In fact I think I could put it on my list of the most memorable X-Files episodes I have watched, not because it has some sort of a twist but because of how things were written, the costuming, acting and so on
  • I would recommend this episode to X-Files fans though and those who are interested in science fiction and horror movies, or even Twilight Zone fans


    • by RedTape
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      I found this particular episode quite interesting. In fact I think I could put it on my list of the most memorable X-Files episodes I have watched, not because it has some sort of a twist but because of how things were written, the costuming, acting and so on. This episode was the one hundred and sixty fourth episode of the entire X-Files television show. It was also the third episode of the eighth and second to last season of “The X-Files”.

      The episode


      starts when a car drives to an old house in the dark quiet night. At first I find myself thinking that the person driving is probably going to be the antagonist and there are of course a lot of thoughts running through my head as to what it could be about. The car parks and a tall old man in a suit walks slowly out of the car and enters the old house where an old woman is lying in bed. She calls ...

      • out for someone named George and brings the smell of embalming fluid coming from him to his attention and for the first time I see his face and realizes that he is more than likely not going to be the antagonist. Either way, she tells him to go outside and take off his clothes because of the smell, and when he goes outside into some form of a shed he sees something in the dark and is attacked by a large white bat
        looking creature. His wife then hears the commotion and screams when she sees her husband being eaten by the thing and is also attacked by it.

        It turns out that the murders are only one of a series of gruesome murders which agent Doggett and Scully are sent to investigate. I did not see agent Mulder in this episode. I would recommend this episode to X-Files fans though and those who are interested in science fiction and horror movies, or even “Twilight Zone” fans.




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