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History’s Mysteries Get Investigated in Project Blue Book

Some have described Project Blue Book as Mad Men meets The X-Files, but I think a more appropriate description would be an old-school version of The X-Files: characters investigating strange phenomena that’s based, in part, on real-life events. That description… Continue Reading →

The Passage Opens Up the Vampire Apocalypse

Survival horror mode was fully engaged in The Passage with the two-hour season finale, “Stay in the Light/Last Lesson.” The closing moments of the first season opened up a whole new world for the show, as a 97-year time jump… Continue Reading →

Manifest and the Neverending Cliffhanger

If you’re a fan of mysteries and a neverending supply of cliffhangers, you should definitely check out Manifest.

The Passage Sheds New Light on Vampires

The Passage‘s pilot felt like a medical drama disguised as a thriller with horror elements. Sure, there’s a 10-year-old girl — Saniyya Sidney’s epic performance as Amy Bellafonte — chosen as humanity’s only hope to fight an oncoming global pandemic at the… Continue Reading →

Project Blue Book: A Real Version of The X-Files?

The truth is in here… somewhere. And for one episode, at least, Project Blue Book attempts to explore the real-life origin story behind the UFO phenomenon, back in the day.

Unspooling the Manifest Mystery

What’s up with all these weird callings? That’s what the characters of Manifest have been wondering aloud, and so have the show’s viewers. Unfortunately, after watching the mid season premiere this week, neither audience has gotten many answers to their questions.

Even Serial Killers Live Next to Someone: Summer of ’84

Hello horror fan. I get it, you are interested in Summer of ’84 for the same reason I felt compelled to watch it. It’s not because you liked Stranger Things (as all the buzz indicates one would be interested in… Continue Reading →

Zachary Quinto is In Search of… Something Unusual

Zachary Quinto, previously known for taking on the role of Spock in J.J. Abrams’ rebooted Star Trek franchise, is following the footsteps of Leonard Nimoy once again. He is In Search of… something unusual.

Musings of Watching 48 Hours of The X-Files

Per Matt Mulder. Scully. Episodes from the Good Old Days, even better than you remember them. Somehow, by accident, I found 48 Hours of The X-Files airing on BBC America and my mind started to wander to what could have been… Continue Reading →

Getting Ghosted

I’ll be the first one to admit it: Initially, I really didn’t understand the concept of Ghosted. And I’m still not exactly sure if the format works, overall, but now that I’m hooked, I’m finally getting it.

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