The X-Files NYCC Panel Live Stream

If you’re not able to be at NYCC for The X-Files revival, you can catch the panel following the screening online starting today at 1:15 pm ET.  The episode itself WILL NOT be live streamed. But the Q&A panel with Chris Carter, David Duchovny, Mitch Pileggi hosted by Kumail Nanjiani will be available.

Check it out here.

If you’re watching from an iPad or iPhone you’ll need to download the Twitch App from the App Store.

New ‘X-Files’ Trailer to Air

FOX has announced on the official Twitter for The X-Files that a new, two-part trailer for the X-Files Revival will air this Monday, September 28th. The segments will be shown during new episodes of both Gotham and Minority Report, which air at 8 and 9pm ET, respectively. 

So be sure to tune in or set your DVRs to get a glimpse of what Mulder and Scully have been up to. In the meantime, check out the teaser below.



Fanvid Friday: Special Edition

Today we’re going to do Fanvid Friday a little differently. A two for one deal, if you will. 

First up, to whet your whistle for the #XFilesRevival we bring you this newly-upgraded to glorious 4k HD, fanmade intro to The X-Files: Season 10. If what Chris Carter and Co. brings us is only half as pretty as this, I for one, will be a happy Phile. Kudos to Pie TV for this amazing vid. 

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Next up, we have something a lot more flaily, and with a fair amount of spoils. 1013sds brings us a vid full of warm and fuzzy feelings. Not your usual fanvid either, this one celebrates fandom and the return of the cast and crew to Vancouver. It features twitter updates, set pics, and articles from our very own website. So, you’ve been forewarned. If spoilers aren’t your cup of tea, then head back up top and rewatch that beautiful trailer again.  

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Happy Friday all! May your weekend be filled with fandom and flail. Only 220 days… 

Review: The X-Files: Season 10 #20

012815-aq-s1020-1The X-Files: Season 10 – “G-23″ – Part 2 arrives in stores this week. It’s the final part of the trippy storyline that Joe Harris brought us in December.

If you haven’t read that one yet, I suggest you back away slowly, and fast as lightning go to your nearest comic book store. Then settle in with a steamy cup of whatever suits your fancy and let your mind wander… because you’re gonna need an open mind for this!

For our recap and review… you know what to do!






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Review: The X-Files: Season 10 #14

I know, I know… I’m about a month late on this review… blame it on SDCC hangover. I was not shying away from reviewing this issue, believe me, I was actually very keen to do it because it provoked quite an interesting reaction from parts of the fandom since the previews came through the grapevine.

I’m excited to address some, if not all, of the talked about topics, but first, on to the basics. A spoiler-filled review and further opinions after the jump.






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Review: The X-Files: Season 10 – Issue #9

I love that time of the month when I get new X-Files comics; I particularly loved it this time around. The X-Files: Season 10 – #9 had me so enthralled that it allowed me to forget that there’s a civil war in the making in my home country. I won’t bore you with those details though, because we’re here to talk X-Files, and boy, will we.

“Chitter” – the 9th issue of Season 10 – tackles you to the ground with a teaser that is sure to make you squirm, and which continues to speak of Joe Harris’ gory imaginary, and Greg Scott’s ability to put to image a story that has nothing to envy the TV and Film version of The X-Files. Perhaps this is what I liked the most about this issue, but I digress. This is a one shot that is more loaded than perceived at a first glance, especially for those that have followed closely along with the William storyline.

This issue was written by Joe Harris, with art by Greg Scott, colors by Art Lyon, letters by Robbie Robbins, edited by Denton Tipton and executive produced by, of course, Chris Carter. The regular cover was designed by Carlos Valenzuela, the RI cover is by menton3 and an additional subscription cover features a picture from Frank Spotnitz’ episode “Daemonicus”.

More of this review and a lot of spoilers after the jump.

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REVIEW: The X-Files: Season 10 – Believers Part 5

When the storyline for ”Believers” started with the premiere issue of The X-Files: Season 10 comics, we knew that we were in for a wild ride. It’s daunting, really daunting, to approach a subject matter such as the mythology of The X-Files.

The fifth issue came out today and with it the last episode of this particular story arc, but instead of giving closure to situations and wrapping everything up in a tight, pretty green bow, Joe Harris and Chris Carter have opened more than half a dozen doors to situations that promise to keep us entertained for a long time to come, leaving us salivating for more.

Well played, Mr. Harris. Well played.

Click after the jump for the complete review.

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Review: The X-Files: Season 10 – Issue #4

I want to make sure that if you’re reading this review of The X-Files: Season 10 – Issue #4, you have already gone and read it yourself. You have? Yes? Phew, okay, because it’s about to get really “spoilerific” from now on.

I’ll begin my review by talking about the fantastic and varied work that the artists commissioned to develop these covers have been doing. Carlos Valenzuela never disappoints with his artistry to portray the likes of Gillian Anderson with a lot of detail, and neither does Nick Percival, with a composition that captures the subtext of Mulder’s emotional state. This month we also have a fantastic rendition by the Sharp Brothers of the whole X-Files gang being chased by the Great Mutato from The Post Modern Prometheus in Scooby Doo fashion.

One thing is certain about these comics; the people involved are surely having a lot of fun.

If you have been following the series, this is the fourth part out of five in the first case to be developed in this new season. “Believers” tackles the mythology of the show upfront and personal, and in this issue the stakes keep on climbing.

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