In news that is certain to make ESO’s Howdy Mike Gordon very happy, IDW Publishing and Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products have announced a partnership for a series of works based on the television and movie franchise, The X-Files.
It’s a frightfully good time on TFA this week as we focus on the horror aspect of the show. We open up with a discussion on the scariest shows on television (past and present). We give you our True Blood Episode 11 and season 5 review while looking forward to
You thought you got rid of us didn’t you? No! We’re back for our double figures-sode Episode 10. After a one week hiatus to finish off our TFA Teaches You Who video project, we’re back in our crazy full effect for you, our beloved listeners. First, in celebration of reaching a milestone
If you are reading this site, and I’m pretty sure you are, it is safe to assume that sci-fi and fantasy are among your two favorite genres. Often lumped together, the genres have become blurred into an amalgam of pop culture–but as geeks, we know there is an important distinction
By Don Kaye, Source: Blastr.com The man who created The X-Files is coming back to television—and, not surprisingly, little is known about his new project. The proposed show is called Unique, according to the Hollywood Reporter, and it is described as a “mystery police thriller” with a female lead character.
By Jeff Spry, Source: Blastr.com The truth is out there – but does anyone truly care? Actress Gillian Anderson claims a new X-Files movie is on the horizon. Trouble is, are there any hardcore conspiracy fanatics from the spooky series left to justify a third outing? In a recent interview