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It's that time of year again. Leaves crunch under your feet, the nights have begun to cool, and soon the streets will be overflowing with kids dressed goblins and ghouls. Spooky Mulder would be so excited. So in order to celebrate the show that scared the pants off of us all, we are excited to be hosting the 4th Annual XFN Pumpkin Carving Contest!
Halloween is the scariest holiday of them all, and it wouldn't be right to celebrate without Flukeman or Eugene Victor Tooms.
Here's the mission: create the best X-Files-inspired pumpkin you can dream up. Send a picture of it to us, and if your masterpiece gets chosen by our special guest judge, you get your hands on some new XF goodies.
And now what you've all been waiting for: the identity of our secret judge. This year we have the pleasure of telling you that none other than Dana Scully herself, Miss Gillian Anderson, will be our guest judge. So don't wait to start carving, you don't want to miss out on this one.
Excited but lacking inspiration? Check out the pumpkins submitted by Philes in previous years. Here is 2011 and 2012. There are 201 episodes, 2 movies, and probably some fanfiction that's practically canon that you can base your pumpkin on.
So grab some carving tools and go search for the Truth in your local pumpkin patch. The perfect pumpkin is out there!
Glen Morgan is the writer and executive producer on a new eight episode series. Based on Michael Marshall Smith's novel, The Intruders has been greenlit by BBC America and is set to start production in the spring of 2014. The thriller is about a secret society devoted to pursuing immortality by seeking refuge in the bodies of others.
"Glen Morgan has delivered a brilliant script, and we're thrilled to be working with Glen, Jane Tranter, Julie Gardner and our colleagues at BBC Worldwide Productions on this provocative new series," said BBC America general manager Perry Simon in the press release.
Glen Morgan, along with James Wong as his writing partner, was behind some of the most talked about X-Files episodes , with credits including: "Beyond the Sea", "Tooms", "One Breath", "Home", "The Field Where I Died" and "Never Again".
When the storyline for ''Believers'' started with the premiere issue of The X-Files: Season 10 comics, we knew that we were in for a wild ride. It’s daunting, really daunting, to approach a subject matter such as the mythology of The X-Files.
The fifth issue came out today and with it the last episode of this particular story arc, but instead of giving closure to situations and wrapping everything up in a tight, pretty green bow, Joe Harris and Chris Carter have opened more than half a dozen doors to situations that promise to keep us entertained for a long time to come, leaving us salivating for more.
Well played, Mr. Harris. Well played.
Click after the jump for the complete review.