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The X Files The Official Archives by Paul Terry
A fully authorized, richly illustrated inside look into 50 of Mulder and Scully’s most memorable monster cases When an X-Files fan opens up The X-Files: The Official Archives, they are gaining access—for the ï¬?rst time—to Agents Mulder and Scully’s notes, records, and visual evidence from actual X-File reports. Designed to mimic a collection of FBI case ï¬?les and packed with such items as autopsy reports, mug shots, lab results, handwritten notes, newspaper clippings, pages ripped from antique books on the occult, and security camera printouts, this fully authorized book is the only one of its kind. Detailing the agents’ investigations into 50 cases of cryptids, biological anomalies, and parapsychic phenomena—from the Flukeman to The Great Mutato to Pusher—The X-Files: The Official Archives showcases some of the show’s greatest villains (some dastardly, some just misunderstood), and instructs future agents on how to successfully investigate the paranormal.
My purpose in writing this book is to take you through the concluding stages of an amazing television show: "The X-Files." Consider this book to be a guide through the final four seasons of "The X-Files." Along the way, you will hear from some of the people who made the key story decisions on the series as well as thoughts and comments from many of the show's fans, whose passion for "The X-Files" made it such a resounding success. You will see how the show affected them positively and negatively. You will get an in-depth look at how the series, its two main characters and their fascinating relationship evolved after moving from Vancouver to Los Angeles. The good, the bad and the ugly. This book will bring it all to you - and much, much more. At the book's core will be my episode reviews and essays. They are just the thoughts of one fan, but it is my hope they will strike a chord with each of you and serve as a written testimony of the powerful emotional resonance this wonderful series had on all those it touched. For nine seasons, "The X-Files" provided thrills and drama unlike anything I had ever seen on television before. I doubt another show will come along that will be its equal and it will be the rare series which will inspire the type of devotion from its viewers this show enjoyed. It was an amazing ride, ones which began with such promise and ended with so much uncertainty. I hope you enjoy the ride as much as I did.
Deny All Knowledge by David Lavery
An examination of why the television show that has suggested "that the United States government is involved in a vast conspiracy with former Nazi and Japanese scientists to assist alien beings in performing experiments--including genetic hybridization--on American citizens is so popular.--Cover.
I Want To Believe by Andy Meisler
Opening The X Files by Darren Mooney
More than 20 years after it was first broadcast, The X-Files still holds the public imagination. Over nine seasons and two feature films, agents Mulder and Scully pursued monsters, aliens, mutants and shadowy conspirators across the American landscape. Running for more than 200 episodes, the series transformed television, crafting a postmodern mythology that spoke to the anxieties and uncertainties of the end of the 20th century. Covering the entire series from its debut through the second feature film, this book examines how creator Chris Carter and his team of writers turned a scrappy cult favorite on Fox into a global phenomenon.
For years, FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully toiled in the X-Files Unit, a one-office division of the Bureau dealing with cases deemed unsolvable and related to unexplained phenomena. Eventually, both agents left the FBI and began a new life together in peaceful anonymity. However, recent events prompted them to return to the Bureau and the X-Files. Since then, Mulder has seen his work with the FBI discredited and has found himself a fugitive from the U.S. government--all thanks to the mechanizations of a former ally, Gibson Praise, who now wields powers far beyond even what Mulder can imagine. Meanwhile, Scully remains at the FBI under the watchful eye of Gibson, as she works to prevent the government from falling further into his clutches and to clear her partner's name.
The X Files by Kim Smith
"Based on characters created by Chris Carter."
The Unauthorized Guide To The X Files by Hal Schuster
Discusses the creation of the popular television show, looks at the cast members, and provides an episode-by-episode look at the first four seasons
The X Files Book Of The Unexplained by Jane Goldman
Entertainment Weekly The Ultimate Guide To The X Files by The Editors of Entertainment Weekly
In 1993 The X-Files took the pop-culture fringe into prime time. It absorbed a galaxy of offbeath influences—B-movie horror, trippy pulp sci-fi, urban legend, Atomic Age paranoia, post-Watergate paranoia— and refracted them through the lens of the procedural. The show's legacy is still growing, like a tantalizing truth spreading further out there.