The X-Files: I Want To Believe (UK BD) in November

Fox Home Entertainment have announced the UK Blu-ray Disc release of The X-Files: I Want To Believe on 24th November 2008. Directed by series creator Chris Carter from a story he penned with executive producer Frank Spotnitz, the second X-Files film reunites stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson for a standalone story that picks up six years after the series ended.

The Blu-ray Disc includes all of the DVD extras plus several exclusives…

Blu-ray Exclusives:

  • BD-Live web-enabled content
    • The X-Files Dossier: Agent Dakota Whitney Files – create your own Special Agent avatar profile to browse through 5 “X-Files” case files on clairvoyance; users can also participate in several online forensic challenges with Agent Drummy
  • BonusView mode
    • The X-Files Complete Interactive Timeline – featuring over 80 video clip segments from “The X-Files” archives
    • Picture-in-picture commentary with Chris Carter and Frank Spotnitz
  • In-Movie Features via BD remote direct access*
    • Real-time Index (Red Button)
    • BonusView Commentary (Green Button)
    • Behind The Camera (Blue Button)
    • Storyboards and Concept Art (Yellow Button)
  • Isolated Score track
  • Enhanced for D-Box Motion Code systems

DVD Extras:
  • Includes the Director’s Cut of the film
  • Audio commentary by Chris Carter and Frank Spotnitz
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Gag Reel
  • Music Slideshow – “Dying 2 Live” by Xzbit
  • Body Parts: Special Make-up Effects featurette
  • Chris Carter: Statements on Green Production featurette
  • Photo gallery with over 370 images covering; Collectibles, Concept Art, Unit photography and Storyboards
  • Trust No One: Can The X-Files Remain A Secret? feature-length documentary
    • Part 1 – “You Can Go Home Again”
    • Part 2 – “Misinformation”
    • Part 3 – “Don’t Give Up”
  • Digital Copy of the film for portable media players

Region coding is TBC.

Last updated: 18/04/2018 21:48:00

The X Files

Chris Carter's The X Files was the cultural zeitgeist of the 1990s, turning Mulder and Scully into television heroes. With its mix of aliens, conspiracies, monsters and serial killers, it revolutionised cult television and returned for new six-part revival in 2016 and another 10 episodes in 2018. Check out our 'The X Files Revisited', reviewing key episodes from across all seasons and both movies and our weekly reviews of season 11.

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