The X-Files Revelations

As the series liked to say, "The truth is out there" and all the 'truth you need about this highly successful television series can be found on these two discs. Just in time for the late July 2008 release of the latest X-File film this set will refresh your memory about the stories of the show and refresh you memory of how good a series it was. It blends drama, sci-fi, action, and comedy together to make one of the better television shows ever.

Disc One:
Episode 1: Pilot: From Season One. This is how it all began. FBI agent Dr. Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson – The House of Mirth, The Last King of Scotland) is assigned to 'shadow' Agent Fox 'Spooky' Mulder (David Duchovny – from television's Californication) in his investigation of so-called X-Files.

Episode 2: Beyond the Sea: From Season One. Scully and Mulder have to work with a killer (Brad Dourif – The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, Alien: Resurrection) on death row on their latest case while Scully is dealing with the death of her father.

Episode 3: The Host: From Season Two. A genetic mutation of a fluke worm originates in Russia and makes its way over to the United States. Mulder and Scully try to find out what it is and try to stop it before it kills again.

Episode 4: Clyde Bruckman's Final Repose: From Season Three. A psychic insurance salesman (Peter Boyle – from television's Everybody Loves Raymond) tries to help Scully and Mulder catch a serial killer.

Special Features:
-Introduction by Chris Carter and Frank Spotnitz to each of the episodes
-Series Trailer
-Theatrical Trailer of upcoming X-Files movie

Disc Two:
Episode 5: Memento Mori: From Season Four. Scully finds out that she has cancer and Mulder tries to find out how and why.

Episode 6: Post-Modern Prometheus: From Season Five: A black and white, comedic modern retelling of the Frankenstein story.

Episode 7: Bad Blood: From Season Five. An investigation of people being killed and drained of their blood in a small rural town leads Mulder to believe that a vampire is involved.

Episode 8: Milagro: From Season Six. An obsessed writer becomes entranced with Scully and preys on her loneliness.

Special Features:
-Introduction by Chris Carter and Frank Spotnitz to each of the episodes
-Comicon Panel Discussion with Gillian Anderson, David Duchovny, Chris Carter, and Frank Spotnitz