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In 'The X-Files: S11', Everything We Feared Came to Pass

Humankind has become its own monster-of-the-week in Season 11 of The X-Files.

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The Best Of Dr. Katz

There aren’t many DVDs that can offer such a variety of established comics doing what they do best.

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OMG - The 20 Worst Films of 2008

There's bad, and then there's 2008 level bad. You know this list is looking down into a deep dark bottomless pit of cinematic despair when Mike Myers' shameful Love Guru didn't even make the Top 20!

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Californication: Season Two Premiere

Consider David Duchovny's Hank Moody a hero for the noughties.

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Californication: Season 1

An imperfect show that, much like its protagonist, has the potential to be better than it is.

Jessica Suarez
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The X-Files: I Want to Believe

In The X-Files: I Want to Believe, ooky canted shots of trundling agents in "FBI"-emblazoned jackets seem like refreshing counterprogramming amid the rumble of the season's action movies.

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The X-Files Revelations

Ten years later, Mulder and Scully return to the big screen to face their greatest mystery yet: whether or not they're still relevant in a world that's changed since they've been away.

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Quantum Hoops

One of Quantum Hoops' favorite distractions from actual games is to look at the charmingly nerdy lives of Caltech students.

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The Return of the Popcorn Circus: July 2008

And it just doesn't stop. If part two in this three-ring play was packed with well hyped product, July just keeps the receipt treats coming.

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Things We Lost in the Fire

The film’s treatment of how one navigates the grief process, and the hidden trauma that follows inexplicable loss, is sensitive and thought-provoking.

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Things We Lost in the Fire

The film intersperses the evolving liaison between Jerry and Audrey with their memories of Brian, suggesting he's their connective tissue even if he is lost.

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Part 2 - Outsider Influences

TV was at a standstill. On one side -- the status quo. On the other -- the innovators from outside the mainstream. Guess who ended up winning the 'classics’ argument?

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Trust the Man (2005)

Trust the Man is definitely enjoyable: as one of the guiltiest of pleasures that you only watch at home during the cold, dark winter, with the curtains drawn, alone and in shame with a whole bag of potato chips.

Matt Mazur
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Trust the Man (2005)

Trust the Man is primarily focused on women trusting men, because the men find it nearly impossible to trust each other.

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Queer Duck: The Movie (2006)

Queer Duck's gayness cannot be suppressed, not even by a chesty show tune-singing diva or a homophobic evangelist.

Daynah Burnett
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House of D (2004)

The ideal girl wears an orange jumpsuit. At least that's the way Tommy Warshaw remembers it.

Cynthia Fuchs
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The X-Files: The Complete Eighth Season

When a television series grows in depth and complexity, more often than not, there's no going back.

Jesse Hassenger
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Full Frontal (2002)

This self-satisfaction makes Full Frontal's gears grind.

Cynthia Fuchs
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The X-Files

The X-Files has long been but a pale reflection of the show it once was.

Sabadino Parker

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