Sunday, 29 October 2017

X-files fun

I think I've mentioned before that my husband and I are re-watching the X-files on Netflix. We are in Season 5 right now, which is where I find things start to get somewhat bogged down. However, among the episodes we've watched up to this point are a few that I think are fine Halloween viewing.

If you are looking for something typically Halloween-y then Chinga or The Calusari might interest you.





If you are looking for something a bit more blood filled try Die Hand Die Verletz.



But if you are looking for something a little lighter try The Modern Prometheus (a re-telling of Frankenstein).



I am saving 3 of the scariest episodes for tomorrow night....

3 comments:

Caffeinated Joe said...

X-Files mythology episodes are the weakest for me. Especially now, when it isn't on weekly and we are involved in the ongoing story. Now, it is more of dipping back in for enjoyment, so I feel like a lot of those episodes will be skipped over for the better, more satisfying stand-alone tales. And some of those are just amazing.

Rook Wilder said...

I think I'm with Joe. I like the stand-alone monster-of-the-week stuff better than mythology arc episodes.

P.E. Cor said...

Agree! Watching during the 90s I was all about the conspiracy / alien story line until things got just so confusing I really wasn't sure what was going on anymore. By Season 6 or 7 I was watching out of habit. But, yes, watching now I enjoy the stand alones far more. And agree those include some of the strongest episodes.