The X-Files: Fight the Future

Fight the Future

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Podcast Release Date:
Jul 28, 2010

X-Files Series Episode 1

We can’t handle (or understand) the truth.

Federal buildings being bombed, FEMA plotting to overthrow the government, and extra-terrestrials plotting with The Syndicate to turn the human race into drone slaves. In the 90’s, this dense mystery made up the heart of The X-Files television show, where agents Mulder and Scully investigated paranormal activities and uncovered a plot by aliens to take over the earth. With a hardcore audience of fans, in 1998 The X-Files took the leap to the big screen, hoping to appease old fans and bring in new ones. Does this work as a stand-alone film, and does raising the stakes to the big screen pay off for fans? Listen to find out!

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Movie Details

Original Title
The X Files
The X Files
Rob Bowman
Chris Carter, Daniel Sackheim
David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson, Mitch Pileggi, William B. Davis, John Neville, Martin Landau, Jeffrey DeMunn, Dean Haglund, Bruce Harwood, Tom Braidwood, Blythe Danner, Terry O'Quinn, Armin Mueller-Stahl, Lucas Black, Christopher Fennell, Cody Newton, Blake Stokes, Don S. Williams, George Murdock, Michael Shamus Wiles, Darrell Davis, Carrick O'Quinn, Tom Woodruff Jr., Greg Ballora, Ted King, Luis Beckford, Steve Rankin, Gary Grubbs, Steven M. Gagnon, Larry Joshua, Glendon Rich, Gunther Jenson, Scott Alan Smith, Ian Ruskin, Paul Welterlen, Joel Traywick, Milton Johns, Michael Krawic, Larry Rippenkroeger, Josh McLaglen, Randy Hall, T.C. Badalato, Amine Zary, David Paris, Vanessa Morley, Jason Beghe, Glenne Headly
2 h 01 min
Release Date
19 June 1998
Mystery, Science Fiction, Thriller
Mulder and Scully, now taken off the FBI's X Files cases, must find a way to fight the shadowy elements of the government to find out the truth about a conspiracy that might mean the alien colonization of Earth.

Comments 1

  1. Zoe Dune

    I saw this movie in the theatre when it came out. I wasn’t a big X-Files fan to the point where I stuck with it but really enjoyed the movie. I like the fact that your review revealed some major flaws in the storyline but I liked it for the serious tone it established with Dallas (where I live) and some of the obscure details of the area they pointed out. At the same time, it gave me the kind of escapism I look for when I go to the movies. I will admit though that I was checking under my car for explosives before going home.

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