Hello, invisible audience. I am an X-Phile who, one cold January in the southern United States, fell in love with two characters named Mulder and Scully. Ever since then, I have been a part of the X-Files fan community and have long wanted to review the episodes.

202 episodes is a lot of episodes, and writing reviews takes time. If I make it to the end, it will undoubtedly be the result of several years of writing, writing, and more writing. If I don’t make it to the end, feed my fish.

Here’s how the reviews will work. I will talk about each episode and then give it a score out of ten stars, ten being the best, one being the worst. After I’m through with the season, I will write a season wrap up and give the season a score by averaging all the episodes.

What makes me different from other X-Files reviewers? Well, nothing really, and if you go to the page X-Files Stuff you’ll see a whole gold mine of X-Files content vastly superior to mine. The main difference between me and most X-Files reviewers is my age; I’m what you would consider a “Baby Phile” – someone who was too young to watch the show when it was airing (a fact which saddens me every day) but got into it later through other means. My aim is to demonstrate how the show can appeal to any generation of viewers and why it still holds up as excellent television to this day. Now, whether or not I actually will be able to accomplish this can only be revealed in time, but I love this show so much that I’m willing to give it a shot.

And if any member of my invisible audience wishes to contribute content, please message me in the contact form below. If enough people message me with requests to contribute, I’ll make you guys your own page. Until then, it’s just me, myself, and I.

I also have another review blog, Knife Ink Reviews, which is a general review blog and my main site. I review everything from music to movies to books. This X-Files blog actually stemmed from the realization that I couldn’t use my general review blog to review 202 episodes of a TV show.

If you wish to contact me, the easiest way is probably my Twitter page, or you can email me at knifeink@gmail.com.

Well, that’s about it. Thanks for taking the time to read the ramblings of a mad fangirl. And remember – the truth is out there!



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