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Season 4, Episode 5 – The Field Where I Died

The Field Where I DiedBlack Play Button [with black background] .33 Fearing another Waco or Jonestown tragedy, agents of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms and the FBI lead a joint raid on the compound of a Tennessee-based doomsday cult.  In the process, one of the charismatic sect-leader’s six wives claims she and Mulder shared past lives together in which they were lovers.

Music: ‘Deja Vu’ – Dionne Warwick; ‘Destiny Rules’ – Fleetwood Mac; ‘Field Song’ – William Elliott Whitmore;  ‘She Sells Sanctuary’ – The Cult
What’s Out There For “The Field Where I Died”? “The Field Where I Died” on Munchkyn.com “The Field Where I Died” on A.V. Club

Season 4, Episode 4 – Unruhe

PDVD_002Black Play Button [with black background] .33Agents Mulder & Scully track a psychotic kidnapper/killer through psychic Polaroids left behind depicting nightmarish images of his terrified victims surrounded by demonic icons.

Music: ‘Mechanische Unruhe’ – Xotox;  ‘Red Carpet Massacre’ – Duran Duran; ‘Unruhe’ – Anders Miolin – J.K. Mertz;  ‘Unruhe’ – Harrisburg All X-Files music by Mark Snow

What’s Out There For “Unruhe”? “Unruhe” on The Review is Out There “Unruhe” on Apt. 42 Revisited

Season 4, Episode 3 – Teliko

TelikoBlack Play Button [with black background] .33When several African-American men mysteriously turn up dead in Philadelphia with all the pigment drained from their bodies, Agents Mulder and Scully investigate the possible involvement of a ghost creature from West African folklore who could transmorgify into any size or shape.

Music: ‘Opening’ – The Serpent And The Rainbow; ‘Revolution’ [The Serpent and the Rainbow]; The Serpent and the Rainbow ‘End credits'; ‘Starbuck Takes On All Eight’ – Bear McCreary [BSG Soundtrack]

All X-Files music by Mark Snow

What’s Out There For Teliko?

Teliko on The A.V. Club

Teliko on My Truth: An X-Files Blog

Season 4, Episode 2 – Home

PDVD_000Black Play Button [with black background] .33In the bucolic small town of Home, Pennsylvania, agents Mulder & Scully discover evidence of infanticide committed by the reclusive Peacock family; inbred hillbillies and genetic mutants determined to perpetuate their line.

‘Coming Home’ (Ambient Mix) – Reasoner; ‘Home’ – Depeche Mode; ‘Home Sweet Home’ – Mötley Crüe; ‘My Home’ [Christian Industrial Metal] – Kirche Gothika; ‘On My Way Back Home’ – Band of Horses; ‘The Evil House’ – Malchus (Christian Metal). All X-Files music by Mark Snow
What’s Out There For Home? “There’s Something Rotten in MayBerry” on Musings of an XPhile “Home” on “The Review is Out There”

*Special: Agent Shadow and Agent Angela Join Kevin Hale on the inHale/exHale Live Paranormal Radio Show!

Season 4, Episode 1 – Herrenvolk

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Agent Mulder and shapeshifting alien clone Jeremiah Smith are pursued by the icepick-wielding alien Bounty Hunter to a Canadian farm where Mulder glimpses “The Prjoect” and Scully discovers the real purpose of Smith’s work at the Social Security Administration.

Music: ‘How Soon Is Now’ – The Smiths (Extended version); ‘Drink from the Rainbow’ – Jeremiah Smith Band; ‘Fara I Viking’ – Herrenvolk; ‘Do the Honey Bee!’ – Max Lanman, James Lanman, and Connor Lanman.

All X-Files music by Mark Snow.

What’s Out There For Herrenvolk?

Herrenvolk episode review on The Daily Drew

Herrenvolk on Apt. 42 Revisited

2014 in review

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