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X-FILES SEASON 5
DVD BOX SET
X Files Season 5 is a classic season that we all remember from 1998. It kicks off with 'Redux' in which Mulders desperate search for the cure to Scully's rare illness leads to help from an unlikely source... The twists in the X Files mysteries become more entwined in 'Bad Blood' as Mulder and Scully are put on a murder case of a teenage and they realise that the teenager had been accused of being a vampire. 'Patient X' brings the X Files to a horrific reality for Mulder and Scully when UFO abductees gather on masse and are burned alive...

Scully is hypnotised in 'The Red and the Black' to regress back to the fateful day that she was abducted, was it at the mass burning site? Only Scully can answer the question. Will the hypnotist help end her quest to find the identity of her unknown cancer and to hopefully find a cure?

The 6 DVD's come with commentary from the likes of Chris Carter, and John Shiban. There are deleted scenes from 'All Souls', 'Mulder Commits ', 'Christmas Carol' and more. There is an exclusive documentary on season 5 plus, special effect clips and a featurette.

The truth is out there... Even if it is in your dreams...


DVD EXTRAS

Language: English
Subtitles: English SDH
Running Time: 20 x 45 mins plus special features
Original Aspect Ratio: 16x9FF 1.78
Sound Quality: Dolby 2.0 Surround

Special Features:

All new "The Truth About Season Five" Featurette that is 46 minutes long!
6 Special Effects clips with audio commentary
5 Deleted Scenes with optional commentary by Chris Carter and white rabbit branching option (extended versions of each to be found on Disc 7)
11 'Behind the Truth' TV Spots
30 Promotional TV Spots
International clips from 16 episodes
Alternate Audio Streams
24-page collector's booklet
A 30 minute documentary 'Inside the X-Files'










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