The X Files: Season 2 
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ISBN/ASIN : B0002OI04W
Manufacturer : 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment|
Release data : 11 October, 2004
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Why an '18'
In response to another writers question, the reason why Series 2 has been classifies an '18' is because of the episode The Calsuria which involves demonic possession. This is the only '18' episode of the series, and in fact all of the seasons.
Hope this helps.
The first season was good, but this is even better! More conspiracy (Blood), aliens (Little Green Men), ghosts (Excelcius Dei), weird creatures (The Host), vampires (3), psychos (Irresistible), Voodoo (Fresh Bones), Demon Worship (Die Hand Die Verletzt), Cannibalism (Our Town). The best episode would of course have to be Humbug. This episode is about circus freaks and was written by Darin Morgan who played the fluke man (the Host) and a shape shifting creature in season four (Small Potatoes) and was a director and writer and producer on the second series of "Millennium". The scariest ones are Red Museum (Creepy peeping tom), Irresistible (Psycho Death Fetishist, oh and this is the episode that inspired Chris Carter to do Millennium) and Die Hand Die Verletzt (Just general scariness). Although I don't know why the last disc was rated 18. I thought it was the cannibalism episode (Our Town) but it wasn't. My dad thinks it's probably the exorcism scene in The Calusari. If anyone knows could you probably tell me in a later review for this item? Thanks. Great box set!
File this under X-cellent!
I was never up on X files, and the closest I got to watching the series was buying those videos in the mid nineties that came in a cool limited edition box. When release on DVD, X-Files was a very expensive series to collect, and at 80 pounds a pop for each one was costly. Now though, they have rereleased them in a new package (better than the old ones and more robust) and still have the same amount of DVD's and features. If you missed the X files, like I did, then here's your opportunity to catch up with one of the best TV series ever made. Featuring 25 episodes on 6 disks and the 7th disc saved for special features, the set is concluded with a 20 page booklet which the 7th disk neatly fits in!
All in all a great set for fans, and an affordable series for those who would like to get into this cool TV programme.