Tuesday, February 02, 2016

X-files Season 10, Episode 1 Changes Everything

X-files Variety Cover
Just so you know, there are 9 Seasons of X-files available to watch for free on Comcast On Demand (for now, anyways).

Warning: This Contains Spoilers of X-files Season 10


X-Files Season 10 Shows the Truth about Aliens and the Government Cover-up


And in the first episode of the new season 10, Mulder concedes that there just wasn't enough proof out there to prove that aliens exist, before seeing undeniable proof. Watching the first episode was more like a grand finale that the start of a new-mini season, because Mulder gets to see what he has been searching for during his career in the FBI. The premise of the new X-files mini-series is "Ok, we now have proof." Show's over folks, they've blown the whole mystery to the X-files. Aliens are now among us, and the Smoking man smokes cigarettes from his throat hole. Mulder finally sees an alien spaceship, build by a super secretive group of people that know aliens exist. The spaceship runs on energy free floating in the universe. Mulder sees the ship floating in the air. The government agents find out, and destroy this ship before the end of the episode.


    Things we find out from episode 1:
  • An alien saucer crash landed in Roswell, NM (pretty obvious one here)
  • The government has been using alien spaceships to abduct people and conduct tests on humans. The alien abductee in episode one has been abducted many times, and she said that her baby was taken out through her belly button, and this traumatic experience could not be forgotten. Her other memories were wiped clean.
  • Scully finds out that the woman was not lying about having alien DNA inside of her (put there by aliens), after running tests on her blood.
  • The government has been conducting tests on humans to make alien human hybrids.


Things we find out from episode 2:

  • The government is funding programs to take in homeless people and conduct tests on them
  • Mulder and Scully discuss their son, William (who would be 15 years old at this point)
  • They don't know if their son was experimented on. He was in a wreck and taken to the hospital.
  • There are many flashbacks of Mulder and Scully with their son in this episode
  • William was "abducted" from their house right in front of Mulder (in the final scene of episode 2)
  • In episode 2, experimenting on humans appears to be out of control. The government is funding projects everywhere Mulder and Scully go 
  • Ear piercing sounds are heard throughout this episode. First Mulder, and then the woman that kills her unborn son in her stomach, then Mulder hears it again.
  • A1 Janitoral services the same government funded eugenics facility
  • They track down Kyle, who has the ability to project ear piercing sounds wavelengths, and his sister Molly is telepathic.
  • Kyle kills people with his powers

    Things we find out from episode 3:

  • In episode 3, we see the first alien (it looks like a lizard, and kills a man by feasting on his throat)

  • Episode 3 has humor in it

  • Apparently the human lizard in the episode can transform back into human form at his own will
  • This episode has Mulder poking fun at previous X-files lore
  • Episode 3 plays on the werewolf tale. The lizard man changes back and forth from man to lizard

What is disappointing about X-Files Season 10?

The new season of X-files has lost much of the mystery it originally had. It seems forced. The government conspiracy abducting people is blatantly obvious. The experimenting on children is "in your face" and the show seems to have lost much of the charm that it once had. Children are disappearing right and left, in the name of science.
The conflict is "man vs. government" and the government is winning at every turn. Mulder and Scully have been off of the X-files.