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Scully has strange dreams on a twisty X-Files

Fairly early in “Ghouli,” Mulder complains about the state of modern monsters while Scully looks up creepy pasta on the Internet. Where’s the pathos, he wonders. What happened to the creatures that were terrifying and yet strangely empathetic. It’s a cute gag, and fits in well with the season’s general willingness to… Read more...
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