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  • Format: Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: Sept. 25 2012
  • Run Time: 122 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 378 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B0007X7044
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #17,175 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Thirty-seven thousand years ago, a deadly secret was buried in a cave in Texas. Now the secret has been unleashed. And it's discovery may mean the end of all humanity.

"The plague to end all plagues"

When a terrorist bomb destroys a building in Dallas, Texas, FBI Agents Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) are drawn into a dangerous conspiracy surpassing anything they've ever encountered. With the dubious assistance of a paranoid doctor (Academy Award -winner Martin Landau). Mulder and Scully risk their careers and their lives to hunt down a deadly virus which may be extraterrestrial in origin - and could destroy all life on earth. Their pursuit of truth pits them against the mysterious Syndicate, powerful men who will stop at nothing to keep their secrets safe, leading the agents from the cave in Texas, to the halls of the FBI, and finally to a secret installation in Antarctica which holds the greatest secret of all.

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One of the most distinctly creepy characters ever to appear on The X-Files, Donnie Pfaster is a guy with a few personal issues. Fired after his funeral director boss catches him clipping the hair from a corpse, Donnie begins to pursue his real interests in earnest. His escalating fetish leads him to seek out new, living victims, despite Mulder and Scully's attempts to stop him.

Sporting the funniest opening sequence in the show's history, Die Hand Die Verletzt tells the story of a small town with very singular religious practices. When teenagers begin to be murdered, Mulder and Scully investigate the locals' claims of witchcraft, but find instead a number of unexplained occurrences that defy the laws of nature and evidence of possible misconduct by the local school's officials. This lighthearted yet disturbing episode exposes the true nature of substitute teachers and demonstrates the repercussions of becoming lax in certain faiths. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
The X Files is really amongst the best SC-FI TV Shows.If you liked the DVDs, well YOU MUST BUY the Blu-Rays. On DVD, the first 4 seasons were FULL SCREEN, but they really were shot WIDESCREEN, so this is a grat decision by Fox. On DVD, all the 9 seasons were in DD 2S, but here we get them in DTS MA 5.1. Quite frankly, listening to the X Files on blu-ray, after that you can die happy!!! Period.
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As a big fan of the X-Files TV series I was very excited when I heard the announcement of the Blu Ray set. I pre-ordered so I could have the set as soon as possible. The box is fantastic. Really nice picture on the front, looks great on sitting on the shelf. Each season is contained in a specific case and there is an extra slot for when the new season hits Blu Ray. Great picture, great audio, what you would expect from any Blu Ray.

I would have liked an episode guide to be included. The episodes are listed on the back of the front cover of each case, and you have to remove the first disc to see (except for the season two case). Only episode titles are listed, not descriptions, so if you're looking for a certain episode but can't recall the title this can be a pain. I also wish there were an additional two slots for the two films.

If you're a fan of this phenomenal series don't hesitate to pick this set up. You won't regret it! :)
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Format: Blu-ray
"The X-Files" is a science fiction horror drama that ran for nine seasons from 1993-2002. The two principle characters are Fox Mulder(David Duchovny) and Dana Scully(Gillian Anderson) who are FBI agents who specialize in investigating paranormal phenomena.
The blu-rays look great and appear to have been remastered and cleaned up. All of the seasons are now in anamorphic widescreen whereas on the DVDs the first four seasons were only in full screen. I checked one frame of the episode of "Ascension" just to see how the image looked on the blu-ray in comparison to the DVD, and there is much more image on both sides such that it now fills the screen. So there is actually more of the original image showing from the original master negative, as opposed to the image simply being stretched to fill the screen. There was also a bit more on the top, but a bit less on the bottom of the image of the blu-ray compared to the DVD's full frame image (which showed black bars on the sides of a flat screen TV). The sound is also in 5.1 HD Master Audio surround sound as opposed to 2.0 on the DVDs. Some of the images occasionally appear to have been shot in a lower resolution, or are slightly out of focus, so they look a bit grainy, though in most cases the images look pristine in 1080p with much more clarity overall. And it appears that most of the special features from the Collector's Edition sets have been included, though now they appear grouped with the particular episode, and not on a separate disc like on the DVD Collector's Edition.
Perhaps the only real negative is that this box set has nothing extra compared to buying the individual seasons separately on blu-ray except for the box itself which actually costs more at this time than buying the individual seasons.
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Format: Blu-ray
There's new (little) stuff to me from the soon to be obselete box set from fox.I own the collector's dvd box set release in 2007.It includes the first movie(dts sound-truth behind the movie(26:50)-commentary(C.C-R.B) and 3 trailers) and a dvd threads of mythology(there's four of them,short of a half hour).The threads are include on blu-ray,but not the movies,they exist on blu-ray but they are rare and costly(and don't know if there's more bonus than dvd),wait for a re-re-release.I bought the br at 14,99$can 55% of the basic price(bought 2 get one free),it's likely it will drop to 60-70%-10$ a season be patient.About the framing and sound i expected no miracle of something shot for tv in the 90's,it looks good(better than the br jacket,the actors look creepy)and it's loud.I just watch the first disc and the last one season 9.I suppose the deleted scenes,documentary and promo are all the same.The main new stuff is 10 new intros,They don't say much in 30 sec and 1min30 to resume the pilot and the series for people who know about the series it's kind of useless(i don't know yet when it was record,2005 or 2015).The really main new stuff is the 17 new commentary tracks,i listen the first one and sound like it was record in 2005.Does it mean the blu ray where ready since 10 years and they sit on it?? or they wanted to release the series br with the second movie??And the last new bonus is the wondercon 2008(26:48),it's the panel they went to talk about the second movie,We had seen bits of it on the bonus features of movie 2,it's the only new thing on the bonus disc,they could had full a disk with panel,why just that one,did like star wars and put the wink at the show(the simpsons parody).The dvd's had a menu for each show and no play all.Read more ›
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To fully understand the significance of this film as part of the X-Files storyline, we must take a quick look back to the television series. "X-Files: Fight the Future" was filmed before season 5 (this complicated things a bit for the cast and crew in filming that season because they knew how things would turn out.) The X-Files had been shut down for a second time. This left fans wondering how Mulder and Scully will continue to battle the Shadow Government and fight for the truth when they are reassigned to other tasks. But this film doesn't fully answer that question, and instead acts as a sensational detour from the recent series of events. We learned from previous seasons that killer bees are intended as carriers for some sort of virus, and of course that extra-terrestrials do exist.

Mulder and Scully attempt to stop a bomb planted inside a building, as they are currently on anti-terrorism duty. Being a big Hollywood production, of course the building blows up anyway. A man claiming to have known Mulder's father discovers that the bombing may have been part of a bid to cover up the outbreak of a mysterious extraterrestrial virus, the so-called Black Oil. As this virus is a threat to all humankind, our favourite FBI agents work their way north in a search for the truth. Along the way they encounter a gigantic dome full of virus-carrying killer bees.

This film dishes out everything that you'd expect a Hollywood X-Files movie to give its fans. It also has cutting-edge FX and astounding visuals. Mark Snow is brilliant as usual; the often-underappreciated X-Files composer. On the downside, I have to say that this film could have given the fans a little more. The story is just like a typical `two-parter' from the series, but for its pricy FX.
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