This bundle contains single-season DVDs for all 9 seasons of the television series which starred David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, along with the two feature films, The X-Files: Fight the Future and The X-Files: I Want to Believe.
Note, this deal is valid only for today Tuesday, October 1, 2013, until 11:59pm PST while supplies last.
The TV deal of the week at Amazon this week is The X-Files Season DVDs for only $13.49 each (that’s 66% off the list price of $39.98 each).
All 9 seasons of the television series which starred David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson are available at that sale price, and you can choose as many seasons as you’d like for the price.
Math time: If you choose to purchase all 9 seasons, it would come out to $121.41 total (without the sale it’s $359.82 total).
Note, this deal is valid only for this week til Saturday, July 2, 2011, while supplies last.
All nine seasons of Chris Carter’s classic sci-fi TV show are available for only $13.49 each. Follow FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully as they uncover the truth about the most vexing paranormal mysteries and intricate government conspiracies.
A pile of new actors have been added to the cast of Goats, the upcoming comedy from Red Crown Productions, Elliptical Films, and Sandia Media, which is set to begin filming next month.
Joining the cast is David Duchovny (Californication, The X-Files), Vera Farmiga (The Departed, Up in the Air), Keri Russell (Felicity, Waitress), Minnie Driver (Good Will Hunting, Grosse Point Blank) and Will Arnett (SNL, Arrested Development). The movie is directed by Christopher Neil, the nephew of legendary filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola.
The movie is based on the Mark Jude Poirier novel of the same name, which is a comical coming-of-age tale of a teen boy (played by Graham Phillips) who’s on his way to prep school, leaving behind perhaps the most influential figure in his life: a free spirit type known as Goat Man (Duchovny), who was brought in by the boy’s mother to do odd jobs around the house in exchange for food, shelter, and a place to keep his goats.
In an interview with the French magazine, TVMag, David Duchovny shared where a third film in the X-Files franchise might stand at the moment. The star also touched on the 2008 second film, The X-Files: I Want To Believe, and how it was widely considered a financial and critical failure.
After being translated, Duchovny’s quote played out to say something along the lines of The X-Files 3 “Is in the process of being written. One awaits just the green light from Fox, a little disappointed from the relatively poor reception of the second film. The error comes, in my opinion, that the authors strayed too far from the roots of the series. Moreover, the film was released in the summer. The third will be much closer to what the public expects, with government conspiracies, etc.”