This week's episode of The X-Files paid tribute to the man who made the franchise what it is today. Did you catch it?
That graveyard scene near the end of “Mulder and Scully Meet the Were-Monster” has become one of the most classic moments in X-Files history overnight - literally. Not only was it a heartwarmingly thought-provoking deconstruction of the bizarre purposelessness of human life in the digital age, but it was also freakin’ hilarious to boot. Cheeky social commentary aside, it’s also a moving tribute to the man who put the The X-Files on the map: legendary TV director Kim Manners, whose name appears in bold on the headstone Mulder stands (and drinks) in front of. Manners dir ... [Continua a leggere]