'The X-Files' episode 2 was gross, creepy and wonderful

‘The X-Files’ episode 2 was gross, creepy and wonderful

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“Bad things happen when the birds gather.”

With those words, the The X-Files got its creep back

Sure, the miniseries technically began Sunday night, but its re-premiere was muddled, confusing and, worst of all, boring. That changed Monday night as ravens swarmed to a yard while a scientist heard a shrieking frequency inside his own head, which he quieted by slowly — oh God, so slowly — driving a letter opener into his skull.

“Founder’s Mutation,” the second episode in the six-episode miniseries, contained all the hallmarks of wonderfully uneasy, creepy and otherworldly television Read more…

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‘The X-Files’ episode 2 was gross, creepy and wonderful

That time Alan Rickman and David Bowie crossed paths on 'The Simpsons'

That time Alan Rickman and David Bowie crossed paths on ‘The Simpsons’

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The Simpsons has a long history of featuring sometimes goosebump-inducing coincidences, from predicting voting booth controversies to technological advances.

The latest weirdness to emerge? A clip of Simpsonized Alan Rickman, voiced by Benedict Cumberbatch, in a scene set to the song “All the Young Dude,” a song by Mott the Hoople written by David Bowie

Bowie and Rickman both passed away from cancer last week

Fox unearthed the clip, billing it as a tribute to Rickman, but fans were quick to take note of the Bowie connection Read more…

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