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Season 2, Episode 14 – Die Hand Die Verletzt


Mulder & Scully journey to Milford Haven, New Hampshire to investigate a boys murder and are caught between the towns secret occult religion and a woman with strange powers.
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Out There: ListVerse; Daily Drew;  I Made This Chris Carter

The Truth Is Still Out There: Dallas WebShows; The Walking Dead cast and crew discuss Season 3; The Hollywood Reporter interviews Top Television Producers;  First Trailer for Hunted; Hunted to premiere October 26th; Critics Choice Awards Nominations; London Film and Comic Con; LA screening of ‘The Pretty Things” with Rob Bowman

“No wonder, for even Satan disguises himself as an angel of light.” 2 Corinthians 11:14

Featured Music:

‘Axis Mundi’ – Alio Die
‘Black Magic’ – Slayer
‘Five Magics’ – Megadeath (Instrumental intro)
‘Hand Covers Bruise’ – Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross [From the Soundtrack to The Social Network]
‘Mr. Crowley’ Ozzy Osbourne
‘The Night Chicago Died’ – Paper Lace

All X-Files music by Mark Snow

XDNA:

End Theme: ‘X-Files Remix 2009′ by Wicked Master

Background XDNA: ‘The X-Files Theme  (MAW Dubstep Remix)’

Um die Deutsch sprechende Akte X Fans – vielen Dank für Ihre Aufmerksamkeit!
die X-Akten sind die besten!

One response

  1. germanXphile

    Hiya Agents,

    this is Dietmar from germany. Just wanted to tell you how happy I am to find an X-Files podcast after all these years and that there are still so many X-Philes out there. While the series was broadcast here in Germany not too long after the American original, I only started to watch it regularly when the DVDs came out and I could watch the X-Files in English. In the mid-90s, when the series began to become poular here, I only managed to catch a few episodes, because in our homr, stuff like that was a bit of a taboo. So when that changed back around the 2000s I started to collect the DVD sets, which I now have from season 1 to 5. I’m a big fan of the Wong/Morgan episodes and the alternative approaches they provided. I have to say, while I am very thankful to Chris Carter for creating the series, IMO he’d better abstain from writing his own episodes (or movies), no offense but these were some of the – say suboptimal ones (again, IMO).

    This particular episode “Die Hand Die Verletzt” (pronounced something like like “dee hunt, dee fair-let’st, the “ie” in german is always pronounced “ee” so that my name sounds something like “Deet-mar”) is a perfect example of why I like the X-Files so much. Over the top, with hilariously funny overtones of black humour and brilliant ideas, it’s still deeply scary and wonderfully weird.

    Thanks a lot for the background info, links and insights you provide. Speicial kudos to Agent Stone whose research in the episode’s background is really thorough and well presented. I guess, with this one he had to venture into realms that few dare to enter…

    August 15, 2012 at 12:02 PM

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