A confounding intellectual mystery, an enigmatic philosophical science fantasy that’s like a cinematic Moebius strip.
A deliciously ooky, X-Files-esque chiller that’s a scary-fun hoot and a half; a lean, smart example of the found-footage flick.
Was Fox Mulder right? Is the Net becoming our digital soma?
LOL for American network television trying to do fantasy. Except Grimm isn’t funny, not even a little — not even accidentally. It’s dull. Worse, it’s so damn tediously conventional.
Links my followers on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ saw today…
Sounds like it’s time for another reminder about Fox Mulder’s warning concerning the military-industrial-entertainment complex…
OMG! Mulder and Scully have hooked up in real life! Bella and Edward have broken up! How can we go on amidst all this real-life fan fiction happening right in front of us?
Somewhere in an alternate universe, is Fox Mulder on an endless hunt for proof of the Doctor’s existence?
Crosses the line into misogy-wah! territory, and conflates an attack by an alien monster with an attack by mean ol’ bitches on innocent men who didn’t do nothin’ to deserve it.
This ridiculous flick wants to have its pseudoscience cake and eat it too…