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This week’s chosen artist is Josaid Bracho from Venezuela. Josaid is the person behind the rewatch posters that you see floating around on Twitter. You can check out her work through her Tumblr, DeviantArt and Twitter


Here's a little about Josaid:


1. When did you become an X-Phile?

I think it was between 1993 and 1994. I was lucky enough to have a special access to a TV signal that belonged to some company (not illegally, just lucky >.<), and as an eleven-year-old girl, I just watched a LOT of TV. I fell in love with the series since the first time I watched an episode, even being a native Spanish speaker and not able to understand anything. Nothing, not even a word of what they were saying. I started recording on VHS, and activating the closed caption I started writing down the dialogues and using a dictionary. I learned a lot thanks to The X-Files. Sometimes when my parents asked me about being able to understand what I was watching, I used to say “I was born to see this” but in Spanish XD.


2. What is the first episode you watched?

To be honest, I truly don't remember which one, sometimes my memory tricks me showing flashbacks of the Pilot XD; but I'm not sure, let’s say it's an episode from the first three seasons. I have a "funny" story about the time I had no satellite TV or cable, I thought that the 3rd season finale was THE END, I mean that X-Files only had three seasons and I started to rewatch my VHS tapes all over again, but by the end of 1998 when I came out of my hole and rediscovered the world I felt so blessed that there were more X-Files episodes and even a MOVIE! I became the happiest person in the universe.

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Autopsies have always been a staple of the X-Files. Whether it's a human, a monster, an unfortunate animal, or an alien (real or very fake) barely an episode goes by that doesn't feature Agent Scully slicing and dicing. Here are some of her best morgue moments. Read after the jump to see what made the list.

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TV Line announced today a piece of news that had been bouncing off and on lately. We at XFN are super happy to confirm it is true. Hover over for the details. These could be classified as SPOILERS, so you're warned.

According to TV Line, Spoilers follow... Sheila Larken is part of the 2nd episode of The X-Files revival. As you may know, this episode is written and directed by Glen Morgan and titled "Home Again". Additional sources mentioned that she was also part of the series 4th episode, "Babylon" though this remains unconfirmed.

We'll inform more as it comes.


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"I think you missed a spot here. I can see straight through to his ass."

 Special Agent Fox Mulder - "Je Souhaite"



Did you know...?

The address in Samantha Mulder's file, 2790 Vine Street, is the former address of The X-Files production office in Vancouver.


Golem (noun):

In Jewish folklore, a golem is magically created from inanimate matter and transformed into a humanoid entity. It was featured in episode 15 of season 4, Kaddish, and sort of in that one season 6 episode where Mulder and Scully totally go undercover as a married couple and hilarity ensues even though they fight the evils of a garbage-golem.