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  • Directors: Richard Compton, James A. Contner, Allen Coulter, Tucker Gates, Ralph Hemecker
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English, German
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Number of tapes: 1
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
  • VHS Release Date: May 5, 1998
  • Run Time: 44 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (970 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 6304907621
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #618,287 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Original Broadcast Date : 2/23/96
Written by Vince Gilligan
Directed by Rob Bowman

A man is apprehended yet escapes after he claims to be the hired killer of 14 people whose deaths had previously been ruled as suicides. The man, who seems to have the ability to control others, desires a challenge, leaving clues for Mulder and Scully to follow as he sets up his contest of wills.

Special Agent Fox Mulder - David Duchovny
Special Agent Dana Scully - Gillian Anderson
Robert Patrick Modell aka Pusher - Robert Wisden
Holly - Julia Arkos
Agent Collins - Steve Bacic
Defense Attorney - Meredith Bain Woodward
SWAT Lieutenant - Roger R. Cross
Lob- Guard - Ernie Foort
Lead SWAT Cop - Darren Lucas
Judge - Don MacKay
Deputy Scott Kerber - D. Neil Mark
Agent Frank Burst - Vic Polizos
Prosecutor - Brent Sheppard

Jose Chung's From Outer Space
Original Broadcast Date : 04/12/96
Written by Darin Morgan
Directed by Rob Bowman

When a couple claims to have been abducted by aliens, Agents Mulder and Scully try to get at the truth but everyone has a different version of the story, including the "aliens" themselves.

Special Agent Fox Mulder - David Duchovny
Special Agent Dana Scully - Gillian Anderson
Jose Chung - Charles Nelson Reilly
Roky - William Lucking
Harold Jason - Gaffney
Chrissy - Sarah Sawatsky
Det. Manners - Larry Musser
Dr. Fingers - Alex Diakun
Air Force Man - Terry Arrowsmith
CIA Man - Andrew Turner
Dr. Hand - Mina Mina
Blaine - Allan Zinyk
Lt. Schaeffer - Michael Dobson
Yappi - Jaap Broeker


This pair of stand-alone episodes from the third season spotlights the two sides of the series. "Pusher" (episode 17) is the gripping tale of a killer who uses his voice to control men's minds in this literal battle of wills between Mulder (David Duchovny) and the self-described "American Ronin" Robert Modell, who calls himself Pusher (Robert Wisden). Helmed by Rob Bowman, one of the series' strongest directors, this sleek, spooky thriller leaves the conspiracy aside for a tale that combines science and the supernatural in the form of an evil, amoral genius who uses his gift to terrorize and menace. "Jose Chung's 'From Outer Space'" (episode 20), from the fevered mind of Darin Morgin, sparkles with imaginative wit and playful twists on convention. The story, of a possible alien abduction that may in reality be a cover-up for secret air force experiments, is told from the differing points of views of witnesses, all interview subjects of "reality book" author Jose Chung (Charles Nelson Reilly). Morgin takes the premise a step further, transforming the re-creation of events according to the teller of the tale: Rashomon with a satirical slant. With Bowman at the helm delivering Morgin's inventive screenplay with deadpan accuracy, this episode's dry wit and satirical skew has become a fan favorite. --Sean Axmaker

Customer Reviews

Great acting great story and great special effects.
David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson are in fine form once again as Mulder and Scully.
Mitch Weaver
The quality is very good, the video is pretty sharp and the sound is excellent.
Angel C. Little

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

57 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Kari on January 27, 2001
Format: DVD
"The X-Files: Fight the Future" is an endlessly fascinating and complicated movie that ties together all the mythology pieces from the popular series upon which it's based. Although I think that people who never watch the show can enjoy this movie, I doubt they can understand it very well. Heck, I watch the show religiously and I still don't think I understand everything.
However, it succeeds in introducing the audience to the characters of Agents Mulder and Scully, without rehashing the things that are familiar to the fans of the show. When we are first introduced to our favorite duo, their conversation on their cell phones is enjoyable to both old audiences and new ones alike.
The film also makes clear the deep affection and love Mulder and Scully feel for each other--something regular viewers already know--which comes to a head in the famous hallway scene outside of Mulder's apartment.
The film is top quality, as we've come to expect no less from "The X-Files," with an intelligent story-line, great action sequences and special effects, and plenty of aliens to satisfy the sci-fi junkie in all of us. But don't get me wrong--you don't have to be a sci-fi junkie to enjoy this film. You have to like a good suspense/thriller, with some action, intelligent story-telling, and yes, a little bit of hinted-at romance. I mean, for "The X-Files," any 'Shipper will tell you that this is a pretty romantic movie. As one of those so-called 'Shippers, I was very angry at that darn bee, which was my biggest disappointment.
The DVD itself is nicely presented, with all the theatrical trailers, an informative commentary track by Rob Bowman and Chris Carter, and an interesting behind-the-scenes look at the making of the film. Best of all, it has added footage not originally in the theatrical version.
This DVD is sure to please all forms of movie-goers. =)
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 7, 2006
Format: DVD
There are additional features in this the "thicker sets". dvd features for season one not in the slim include:

Interviews with Chris Carter about 12 of his favorite episodes: Pilot, Deep Throat, Squeeze, Conduit, Ice, Fallen Angel, Eve, Beyond The Sea, E.B.E, Darkness Falls, Tooms and The Erlenmeyer Flask

Paranormal and Alien Abduction Trivia and Weblinks

Cross Reference of 24 Previews

An all new 11-minute "Truth About Season One" documentary

47 promotional television spots


11 "Behind-the-Truth" segments from F/X

but if you never heck out extras go with the slim versions.(some stores have marked down the thick versions to the same price as the slim)
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Mike Murray on September 2, 2000
Format: DVD
I wouldn't pretend to be one who regularly watches the television series on which this film is based. However, I've often watched and have always marveled at how life is played out in the head of creator Chris Carter. To base a motion picture on a television series, you have to give a regular viewer more than you would normally and yet still make the movie comprehensible to the viewer of happenstance. I think Mr. Carter succeeded.
The movie opens in the past. Quite a ways past, in fact. 30,000 B.C. in a place we now know as North Texas. At this point in time, North Texas is a cold and barren place but something happens which sets the stage for what is about to come.
After this incident, we move to "present-day" Dallas, Texas where the FBI is investigating a terrorist bomb threat in the Federal Building. We shortly meet our two heroes, agent Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) and agent Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson). In short order, we're told that the X-Files have been closed but that Mulder and Scully are still partnered. Scully is somewhat exasperated because her partner is again being unorthodox and searching another building across the street from the one the rest of the Bureau is searching. Finding nothing, Scully and Mulder prepare to leave the building when Mulder decides to buy a soda from a nearby vending machine. Instead, what he finds is the vending machine unplugged and a bomb -- a very big bomb -- inside it. And Mulder is locked in the room with it. This being the 90s, Mulder calls Scully on his cellular phone and she arranges to have the building cleared and the FBI team brought to the building to get Mulder out and defuse the bomb. One part of the plan works.
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53 of 60 people found the following review helpful By K. Wyatt on January 17, 2003
Format: DVD
At the end of the outstanding fifth season, Chris Carters genius found a new canvas via the silver screen in this, the culmination of five years of superb episodic television. On the silver screen; The X-Files, David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson are in every way movie stars and the genre in this format are visually stunning. Chris Carters genius shines through as this film was made prior to shooting the fifth season of the episode and therefore they had to design the entire fifth season around the film. In no uncertain terms, Chris Carter and the other producers of the series proved that they could exceed even their own high standards and take the genre to the silver screen. The only real question is, now that the series is over after nine years, are or when are they going to film a second movie?
At the conclusion of the fifth season, The X-Files have been closed as those who have been conspiring with the alien forces have desired to do, since Mulder and Scully were getting a little too close to their flame.
The movie opens with a stunning scene taking the viewers back thirty five thousand years where we witness an encounter between cavemen and an alien. We're then taken to the present day where Mulder and Scully are in Dallas, TX. The X-Files are closed and they're working as normal agents, searching for a bomb on a hot Texas day. Unfortunately for them, although Mulder discovers the location of the bomb, it still goes off, killing a senior agent and supposedly three other people in the building. This leads to the FBI needing scapegoats and directing the separation of Mulder and Scully. Of course, Mulder can't sit still for this and in the only way he and Scully know how, they begin to uncover the conspirators' plots.
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