Archivio Stampa The Toronto Star (CAN)

X-citement grows for hot TV show

Somewhere, out there in the spooky darkness, they’re cloning by the thousands. For most of the week, these creatures, called “X”-Philes, look much like any other average humanoid, in California, Chicago or New York. But that’s just a front. In secret these closet aliens feed their heads with UFO sightings, supernatural powers, psychic phenomena and the like. And every Friday at 9 p.m. ET (on Global in Toronto) they congregate behind closed doors in homes across the United States and Canada for ritual viewing of The X-Files, the sizzling hot, paranormal-skewed Fox TV s ... [Continua a leggere]

The X-Files: Something Strange and Wonderful – And they’re here, right inside your television set

Perhaps the most interesting new character on television is the enigmatic informant on The X-Files, a strange but marvellous program that intertwines imagination, suspense and sexual tension. The informant, modelled after the “Deep Throat” who helped unravel Watergate, appears every few episodes to offer guidance to the Fox show’s hero, an FBI agent with a Lone Ranger complex. The agent pursues unsolved cases that seem to prove the existence of UFOs and paranormal forces. The informant is cryptic, but apparently aware of government coverups. Each has credibility, but each a ... [Continua a leggere]



Statistiche Archivio