These are the darker side of television shows, but read with caution, because you might never see these shows the same.
Are there Aliens in Area 51? Many conspiracy theorists believe there are. Area 51 persists of a low secured United States Air Force base. Many people would assume that they would have it secured with electric fences and all kinds of security measures but there is not. There are few security measures that the government uses, but the ones they use are top of the line equipment to ensure people stay out. The sensors that they use for the borders of the base can detect if the object near is an animal or a human being. People have said that they keep aliens and alien aircraft’s inside the base. The security is low at the base, but it is being watched during all hours of the day. Some people believe that the government has sensors spread out throughout
The There are two television shows that I enjoy particularly. These TV series are Bones and CSI New York. The Bones and CSI are similar in same aspects. Firstly, both are based on the forensic investigation and solution of crimes, and both are focuses on collecting evidence and analyzing them. They go into detail about autopsies and profiling the perpetrator. On this shows, the drama is construct around a specific forensic laboratory and it is officers and scientists, who work on solve a crime during an episodes. Secondly, they character have very similar attitudes, such as Brennan and Sara have a few similarities. They were both in foster care, and they both had a rough childhood. Both of them are distant and loners, but they are changing
In 1951, the first television crime drama series, Dragnet significantly influenced our American culture. According to the New Oxford American Dictionary, the term “dragnet” is a symbol, for, a system of coordinated measures used to apprehend criminals or suspects. Most crime drama series solve a different case each episode. Although, in current pop-culture crime dramas focus on one particular crime, throughout an entire season. Similar, to the show “Homeland,” the HBO crime drama True Detective adds a twist on the conventional series. The show depicts a subject matter that has affected modern society as a whole. Southern Louisiana police detectives Rust Cohle and Marty Hart, in 2012, are asked to revisit their solving of a ritualistic murder case from 1995. The murder of a former student of the Light of the Way Christian Academy lays the foundation, for detective Cohle’s doubts about the true design of religion. The True Detective storyline portrays the utilization of religion, education, and politics, by men in power who manipulate and control young innocent children.
This show is related to a crime show named CSI because they are all taking about police are dealing with the criminals and finally they solve the crime. Also, they all convey that the police as a moral authority and they are the embodiment of justice.
Time: “the indefinite continued progress of existence and events in the past, present, and future regarded as a whole.” In the television series, 24 time is a justification for every action. 24 is a fictional series that follows the actions of Jack Bauer, a Counter Terrorist Unit (CTU) agent. Each episode unfolds the events that occur in one hour of the same day. The plot mainly consists of Jack Bauer racing against the clock to save the United States from terrorist attacks and plots. In the series the pressure of time is used as a justification for threatening, torturing, and murdering. The representation of time conveys to the audience that in the event of a possible terrorist attack the United States government will exhaust all
"Mulder, what are we doing here? It's a thousand degrees in the attic, I haven't eaten since this morning, and again why are we here?" Impromptu FBI roadtrip hadn't exactly caught Scully off guard- but driving to Georgia and spending all day in the car- only to pull up outside an old Army vet's widow's house, to crawl around in his attic full of dust that was older than her. And they never even stopped for food.
Mulder has a case in when he was 28. Mulder is looking for a guy he is just shooting. Mulder kill a bad guy. Mulder went to his car and he saw some packet in the cart were are some pictures at him. Mulder think is barnett john. They got information of one of the prisoners. Burnett call Mulder and he said to Mulder he is in everywhere and Mulder said your died and the other one said you died Mulder. They now know he is life. Reggie was in the room talking with Mulder bat Burnett kill him. Burnett left a note. Scally is taking notes what she investigate she heard sound like a door is open , she got the gun and she went to look. Someone is knocking, was the Dr Toy Ridley. Ridley say that Burnett is not dead just his eyes.
During their time in the FBI, Mulder and Scully investigate a series of crimes and phenomena, where Mulder is a believer in all things are possible; while he continues his search for what
I have not watched the x-files before, but from the beginning I realized it’s a suspense episode about the supernatural. The episode started with a teenage son arguing with his mother, she didn’t want him to go somewhere which made me feel something crazy about to happen. A mystery crime of unusual nature where two FBI special agents Mulder and Scully were in charge of solving it.
Admit it—you wouldn’t date an “abductee” that wears a hat made of tin foil. Well, unless it is Fox Mulder...no one can resist Agent Mulder, from the popular television show The X-Files, which aired on Fox around the turn of the century. The show revolved around the unbelievable: a family that practiced incest, a parasite that drove its host insane, a killer that fit through grates, all throughout an investigation of a lost sister that was supposedly kidnapped by aliens. While these are all pretty unorthodox concepts, this could attest to the program’s success: Americans’ love to question. Suspicions are common and rise over a wide variety of topics, from what really is in chicken mcnuggets to if JFK Jr. really died in a plane crash. Now, we
The ideas presented of cancer and the United States governing body as the enemy serve as oppositions to the characters from The X-Files. They are new oppositions, something Mulder and Scully have never faced before, but nothing they are going to give up on. Giving new light to enemies and changing meanings of powerful words is the basis of an interesting drama, and introduces more compelling paradigmatic relationships. While the monster of the week is not introduced in “Memento Mori” there are multiple realistic problems that the agents deal with, both of their lives as stake but no extraterrestrial biological entities to be found. Cancer is a strong word, and one that brings up more feelings in people than aliens. It is tangible and there is evidence supporting it, which creates a much more drastic feel to the episode than if it were about paranormal investigation. “Memento Mori” is a step toward a more physical storyline for the agents, one where the threat of invasion becomes a disease instead, producing a much larger monster than anything in previous episodes could
Mulder and Deep Throat are Scully's positive animus while the Crew Cut Man is her negative animus. Mulder is a strong believer of alien existence but he is not as knowledgeable as Deep Throat. Deep Throat knows a lot about the government secret extraterestial experiment. He is willing to share his knowledge about alien existence but felt that we are not ready yet for such declaration of truth. Unfortunately he was killed by the Crew Cut Man before he
This week I watched the first episode of Mindhunter. This show takes place in the late 1970’s and it follows a young FBI agent, Holden Ford. He works in the hostage negotiation department and teaches classes about it to students in the agency. He struggles with keeping the attention of his students, as they don’t find value in what he has to say. After Holden personally encounters a hostage situation where a man takes off his clothes and claims that he is invisible, his interest is sparked. He wants to learn more about human behavior, specifically deviancy. Holden believes that this is something that is extremely important to be able to better understand criminal motive, but the people around him don’t feel the same way.
The film tv series X files is one engaging and fascinating product centred on a scientific discovery and the tribulations of its exposure. The series is centred on a discovery made by Fox Mulder who is the main character in the cast. It begins when Mulder conducting a study research in which he discovers the existence of alien beings on earth with the intention of colonizing it. Mulder is a strong believer in the existence of paranormal beings and he would like the citizens to know about the aliens on the planet. He works closely with agent Dana Scully in the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Dana is skeptic about the existence of aliens at the beginning but with time he comes to realize that Fox Mulder is right about the existence of aliens.