The X-Files is one of most daring and unashamedly insane shows on mainstream TV of the last 50 years. I started watching it months ago and I am slowly but surely making my way through the entire thing.
So, as I finish the very excellent season 4, I thought I would take a look at what I think are the 5 best episodes (so far).
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The V/H/S franchise combines two mainstays of the horror genre: found footage and the anthology format. The hook here is that every grainy segment is written and directed by different people – often the biggest names in horror.
And it’s a wild ride, with each film offering a mix of scares and gore.
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Like the ‘Saw’ franchise, from 2000 to 2011, Final Destination became a cinematic tradition. Released every few years, the series hooked audiences in with the promise of ridiculously gory and over-the-top deaths. But it did this with a surprisingly consistent approach, establishing and updating it’s strict set of in-world rules and building a impressively rich mythos. And also someone gets their guts pulled out of their arsehole.
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This 2015 horror/fantasy/musical is bizarre in a way not many other films can quite achieve. Following the tragic tale of two aquatic sisters through the dancing clubs of the 1980s, things very quickly take a turn for the gruesome.
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Does Quantic Dream’s follow-up to Heavy Rain improve upon the narrative driven formula?
With two Hollywood actors involved this time around it must be an improvement right?
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The critically acclaimed PS3 msytery thriller has finally made it to PC… Does it still hold up?
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Game Reveals? Awkward and forced enthusiasm? Todd Howard?
It must be E3 2019!
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We take another break from Rick and the gang to drop in on Daryl being tortured. So much for the happiness!
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It broke records in it’s home country and was a hit at Cannes, but does Train to Busan add something new to a well trodden genre or is it just ‘Snowpiercer with zombies’?
Read More Train to Busan (Bu-san-haeng) (2016) Review
The second episode of season 7 is the antithesis of the grim (but thrilling) opening episode. It offers that one thing is often lacking from The Walking Dead; happiness.
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