It’s traumatic to be abducted by aliens. There’s a whole lotta PTSD involved that requires mental & emotional rehabilitation to bring the victim to a point where he or she can say, "I was abducted by an alien, but it’s cool, I will just keep on keeping on." That’s where Toronto’s Headaches (the nom d’artiste for Landon Speers) comes in. The soothing, sensuous electro vibrations on Spooky Mulder will help any patient under hypnosis return to the scene of the crime & deal with their psycho-emotional, extra-terrestrial folderol.
Correct me if I’m wrong, but "A Day With Samantha" and "Never Again" start the same & pretty much stay the same. At least it’s very similar territory. What does that mean? Is it a gesture towards the homologous nature of the alien and the familiar? Are we our own aliens? Mirror twins dancing along the razor’s edge of the simulacrum? Intergalactic bookends? Alien to ourselves? ….Or was the Headaches dude just too lazy to switch things up?
"A Day With Samantha"