I wish they'd grab Lance Henriksen and do the same for Millennium, at this stage it would be the only hope we'd ever have of getting a proper ending for the show. Plus, being audio, the years that have passed since it went off the air would no longer really matter.
Hell, Space: Above and Beyond too, while we're at it.
A fish can dream.
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Keeper of the Matrix...Broken Chameleon Circuit
It's the end ... But the moment has been prepared for
Out today! I downloaded it this morning ready to start listening tonight; clocks in at a nice 4 hours. It's been a very cool few days for my fandoms; a new Pixar film, a new Doctor, new Twin Peaks and Game of Thrones and now new X-Files!
I ended up listening to the rest of it last night. The two shorter episodes are good, one of which is another sequel to a televised episode. The last one is very much part of the mythology arc, but I think it fell into the territory that some of the televised mytharc episodes where it's just a bit clunky and trying to add that little bit more to it. There's some more surprises in store though, so that was nice.
Overall it's a nice little releases. It's *very* fanjodrelly and I think it should probably remain a one-off. It's equivalent to the length of the Event Series overall, so it's nice to have another season of The X-Files starring Duchovny and Anderson, albeit on audio.
Just finished listening to it. There's no getting away from the fact that Americans are quite bad at this sort of acting. Everyone sounds very stilted and unnatural and I wasn't surprised to hear Duchovny say at SDCC that the lines were being recorded as he was reading them for the first time.
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