9 hours ago Home was one of the few episodes of The X-Files in which the ‘monster’ of the week was revealed to be entirely human, monstrous only in the metaphorical sense. In this case, the monster is
9 hours ago The X-Files Season 10 Episode 4 More often than not, the unexplainable monsters of The X-Files slink and slither back to the shadows from which they came. No useable evidence remains on the surface
6 hours ago Home Again suffers because Glen Morgan is the weakest director of the four working on the series. The script is very strong, even if it seems overstuffed. The biggest issue with Home Again as an episode of television is that it lacks the visceral pop and power of the very best X-Files episodes. To be clear, Morgan is a good director.
6 hours ago [Review] “The X-Files”: ‘Home Again’ A satisfying, disturbing ‘X-Files’ hits both the frightening and the familial in an episode that you shouldn’t even try to logically explain “It’s not alive.
7 hours ago The episode was banned from Fox after its first airing due to its sensitive and somewhat taboo subject matter. It is also the only "The X-Files" episode to receive a TV-MA rating in America. Goofs The Peacock family have lived in Pennsylvania since the Civil War, yet are depicted as stereotypical inbred rednecks who speak in Southern dialect.
3 hours ago Donate to https://minnesotafreedomfund.org/I have things to say about "Home"Watch the X-Files it's a good time
4 hours ago Ew. With that out of the way, here are ten things you may not know about “Home.” 1. “Home” was the first episode of The X-Files to get a viewer discretion warning. In fact, it was the first network
1 hours ago A scene from “Home,” a controversial episode of “The X-Files” that originally aired in October 1996. 20th Century Fox By Jeremy Egner Oct. 30, 2015 Here’s a fun Halloween trick: Mention the Peacock
8 hours ago " Home " is the second episode of the fourth season of the American science fiction television series The X-Files, which originally aired on the Fox network on October 11, 1996. Directed by Kim Manners, it was written by Glen Morgan and James Wong. "Home" is a " Monster-of-the-Week " story, unconnected to the overarching mythology of The X-Files.
3 hours ago “Home Again” — written and directed by Glen Morgan, who co-wrote “Home” and helped pioneer the show’s monster-of-the-week format — also shared “Home’s” mourning for the Americana ideal of places
4 hours ago CHANNEL 5 Mulder and Scully in Home Again Wow. Just wow. This is the episode that fans of The X-Files have been waiting for. Tonight The X-Files finally hit those glorious Emmy and Golden
9 hours ago It actually is a film, but it feels like a really bad episode of tv. Not more than a handful of the original 201 episodes were as bad as this movie. (Maybe Season 7's "Closure," Season 9's "William," and the series finale "The Truth." That's about it. Even the show's weaker episodes still felt like X-Files episodes. This does not.)
" Home " is the second episode of the fourth season of The X-Files. It was written by Glen Morgan and James Wong, directed by Kim Manners, and premiered on October 11, 1996 on the Fox network.
The Peacock home in the episode was actually used previously on The X-Files, as the home of the antagonist in the season two episode, “Aubrey,” which featured Terry O’Quinn, who would appear as a different character in the feature film and a ninth season episode of The X-Files. 9.
Glen Morgan and James Wong, who wrote “Home,” among many other memorable “X-Files” installments, weren’t trying to be provocative, they said recently.
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