07
Nov
07

10 or 13 ways in which the x-files movie can make me a very happy geek girl

The X-Files

  1. Lots of Mulder/Scully arguing, preferably over whether or not something has supernatural origin. This argument needs to take place near a slide projector in a dark depressing room.
  2. No frakking bees.
  3. Krycek.
  4. Be written by or in the style of Darin Morgan. (Cool article about Darin.)
  5. Krycek.krycek
  6. John Doggett and Monica Reyes are eaten by the chupacabra. In fact, the aliens cause a temporal rift and seasons 8 and 9 never happened at all. This includes the magic alien baby and any confirmation of the M/S relationship, allowing all the fun sexual tension back into the equation.
  7. Someone needs to switch bodies with someone else at least once.
  8. Krycek.
  9. Dress M and S in the FBI jackets from the first movie again, that was fun.
  10. Mulder loses a hand in a big fight with the mysterious CSM, and ends up finding out that his real father is the big bad dude before he saves the universe from evil. Chris Carter decides to end the series there and pays the mafia to murder anyone who even thinks about creating a prequel, including him.
  11. A dream/hallucination sequence in which mulder and/or scully don’t realize they are dreaming.
  12. Samantha comes back for real, I don’t buy the whole rescued by benevolent spirits thing… though that storyline did go on and on and cause lots of angsting, and Mulder will be busy angsting about his missing hand, so scratch that.
  13. Did I mention I like Krycek?
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4 Responses to “10 or 13 ways in which the x-files movie can make me a very happy geek girl”


  1. 1 GrantTLC
    November 8, 2007 at 1:36 am

    I stopped watching the X-files right about the point where it disappeared into it’s own bum with those endlessly teasing plots that went nowhere, and when the entire non-geek world suddenly started talking about UFO’s and government conspiracies.

    But I’ll be interested to see what this film is all about. After all this time, how can it still be relevant and fashionable? And won’t Gilian Anderson be all shrivelled and boot-ugly by now? (Not that she wasn’t before, but it has been 15 years….)

  2. November 9, 2007 at 10:45 am

    I really don’t know, but I am willing to give it the benefit of the doubt. The fact that the key players on board is a good sign – I loved the series right up until Duchovny made his exit and then it got really dumb really fast.

  3. 3 rhona
    November 14, 2007 at 6:46 am

    I’m with southerngeekgirl on this. He shouldn’t have left.

  4. November 15, 2007 at 8:32 am

    That was the moment of shark jumping, no doubt about it.


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