Featured Video – Injection

Today’s Fan-vid Friday pick is a blast from the past. Injection by Fox Estacado is still one of the most technically beautiful vids ever and time has done noting to lessen the emotions brought fourth by this jouney into Scully’s psyche. Head on over to YouTube and thank FoxE for reuploading this classic vid.


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Review: The X-Files: Year Zero #4

Screen Shot 2014-10-22 at 4.25.48 AMIssue #4 of The X-Files: Year Zero answers a couple of burning questions while raising quite a few more.

As we near the conclusion to this great series, I’m left salivating for more and hoping that Karl Kessel can pull all the loose threads together to form a satisfying whole.

Read on for the spoiler-filled recap and review.







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The Judge is In…

That’s right. The judge for the 5th Annual XFN Pumpkin Carving Contest is no other than the creator of all things spooky, Mr. Chris Carter!

We know that you’re already sharpening tools and picking the best design for your masterpiece; we think this will definitely motivate you even more. 

If you want to make sure you know everything there is to know about the contest, click here.

If you have any questions, you can shoot us an email at XFN1013@Gmail.Com or via our social media sites on Facebook, Twitter or Tumblr.

Remember, the deadline for entries is on October 31st, 2014 – 6PM EST.



The 5th Annual XFN Pumpkin Carving Contest

It’s Spooky Mulder’s favorite time of year! (At least it is in our head cannon.) With Halloween just around the corner, it’s time to kick off the 5th Annual XFN Pumpkin Carving Contest! We do it every year because why wouldn’t you want to carve an X-Files pumpkin?

Carve us a masterpiece, and we may send you some cool XF goodies to cram onto that shelf with all the other X-Files stuff you have no room for. 

We understand; you’re alllll a-tingle, but before you get carried away, here are the rules of our contest:

  • Your pumpkin must feature The X-Files in some way. But you already figured that one out because that’s why they put the I in FBI.
  • You must send a photo of your pumpkin to XFN1013@gmail.com by October 31st at 9pm ET.
  • You can submit a pumpkin that you didn’t carve for the contest, but not one you’ve submitted before.
  • Only one entry per Phile.

So how does the judging of this contest work? Well we always feature a special guest judge. Who is this year’s? For now, the Truth will remain out there, so stay tuned for our announcement.

Until then though, start thinking of creative pumpkin ideas. Browse through the entires from 2011, 2012, and 2013 for inspiration if needed. Most importantly though, don’t forget that the Truth is probably inside that pumpkin you saw for sale in that giant bin outside the store. If you want to believe, you’re going to have to crack it open. 



XFN Exclusive: Joe Harris at NYCC ’14


Joe Harris, The X-Files: Season 10 comic author, had some exciting news for us all at New York Comic Con 2014! On top of the already amazing work they’re doing on Season 10, IDW Publishing will be releasing a short series of Millennium comics.

Profiler Frank Black will return in the new comics that take place during the same timeframe as the current X-Files ones. Frank will appear in the next issue of the “Immaculate” Season 10 two-parter, which will allow him to spinoff into his own series come New Years. Mulder and possibly other X-Files favorites will be helping Frank out. We will even learn more about Monte Propps, the case that started Mulder off in the BSU. 

There’s a lot of awesome stuff coming up from Joe and the IDW crew, so check out the interview below to learn more. And if you still have questions, we’ll have some exclusive info on the comics coming soon! 



XFN Exclusive: Gillian Anderson at NYCC ’14

XFN brings you an exclusive interview with Gillian Anderson, directly from the floor at New York Comic Con 2014!

Enjoy it as she talks about her current projects and the exciting new book A Vision Of Fire, that she co-authored with Jeff Rovin.