The X-Files: Cold Cases

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About This Audible Original

The truth is still out there. The iconic hit that had millions searching for UFOs back in the 90s is now an exhilarating audio event, only from Audible. David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson reunite as FBI Special Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully, joining an ensemble of original cast members in an out-of-this-world production.

When a security breach allows a mysterious, sinister group to access details from the uncrackable X-Files cold cases, Mulder and Scully—alongside favorite characters such as Assistant Director Skinner, the cryptic and elusive Cigarette Smoking Man, and the comically conspiratorial Lone Gunmen trio—uncover an extraterrestrial conspiracy dwelling beneath the surface.

Featuring creative guidance from series creator Chris Carter, writing from graphic novelist Joe Harris, and a dynamic soundscape (think the opening pop of a hypodermic needle or the hiss of a sewer-dwelling alien) brought to life by aural auteur Dirk Maggs, Cold Cases is both an electrifying addition to the science fiction pantheon and a cautionary tale of what lurks beyond the stars.

© 2016 The X-Files ™ & © 2016 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation.  All Rights Reserved (P) Audible Originals, LLC. THE X-FILES THEME Written by MARK SNOW, Published by T C F MUSIC PUBLISHING, INC. (ASCAP), Courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation

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"For a few hours—amidst the sounds of morphing extraterrestrials, ignited flamethrowers, and the sonic tremble of spaceships overhead—it felt like I had stolen away into the world of The X-Files and been treated to my very own mini-season."
Doug, Audible editor
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Our favorite moments from The X-Files: Cold Cases

A data breach at the FBI imperils former agents.
Skinner frantically warns of a psychic attack.
Scully faces a terrifying group of hooded figures.
Facing an old foe, Mulder packs a familiar weapon.

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  • Mulder and Scully reminisce.
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  • A data breach at the FBI imperils former agents.
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  • Skinner frantically warns of a psychic attack.
  • The X-Files: Cold Cases
  • Scully faces a terrifying group of hooded figures.
  • The X-Files: Cold Cases
  • Facing an old foe, Mulder packs a familiar weapon.
Gillian Anderson

About the Performer

Award-winning film, television, and theater actress Gillian Anderson first achieved international acclaim for her portrayal of Special Agent Dana Scully on The X-Files, a role that won her an Emmy, a Golden Globe, and two Screen Actors Guild awards. Her extensive television career includes starring in the critically lauded series Hannibal, American Gods, and The Fall. On stage, Anderson’s portrayal of Blanche DuBois in the Young Vic Theatre’s production of A Streetcar Named Desire earned two Olivier Award nominations. Her creative work also extends to authorship; her published books include We: A Manifesto for Women Everywhere and The EarthEnd Saga, a trilogy she also narrated for audio. Off screen, Gillian has been involved in many charitable organizations, advocating for the rights of children, women, and animals. Born in Chicago, Anderson has lived in London for the past 16 years with her three children.

David Duchovny

About the Performer

David Duchovny is an actor, writer, musician, director, and filmmaker who came to fame for his portrayal of Special Agent Fox Mulder in The X-Files, for which he won the first of two Golden Globe Awards. He has been nominated for three Emmy Awards, eight Golden Globes, nine Screen Actors Guild Awards, and a Television Critics Association Award. In addition to The X-Files, Duchovny has starred in the long-running series Californication and the much-adored cult classic Twin Peaks. Adding to his list of accomplishments, he wrote, directed, and starred in three critically acclaimed episodes of The X-Files and directed six episodes of Californication. On the big screen, Duchovny has been featured in hits such as Chaplin, Kalifornia, Return to Me, Full Frontal, and Zoolander, among other films. In 2005, he made his feature directorial debut with House of D, which he also wrote and appeared in. As a singer-songwriter, he has released two albums: Hell or Highwater (2015) and Every Third Thought (2018). Duchovny is the author of three novels, Holy Cow: A Modern-Day Dairy Tale, Bucky F*cking Dent, and Miss Subways, all of which he has performed for audio. His other audio work includes the Audible Studios exclusive To Legend He Goes and, of course, The X-Files: Cold Cases and The X-Files: Stolen Lives. He currently splits his time between New York and Los Angeles.

About the Performer

Actor Mitch Pileggi is a longtime favorite of science fiction and horror fans, most notably for his role as Assistant Director Walter Skinner on The X-Files. Pileggi’s acting career began in local theaters, campy B-movies, and guest spots on TV’s Dallas and Walker, Texas Ranger. His other acting credits include recurring roles in the hit television series Supernatural, Sons of Anarchy, and Stargate Atlantis. The X-Files: Cold Cases and The X-Files: Stolen Lives are Pileggi’s first journey into audio.

About the Performer

William B. Davis is an actor and director best known for his work as Cigarette Smoking Man in The X-Files. Davis began his career in radio as a child actor for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. He later studied at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. William B. Davis founded his own theater school, The William Davis Centre for Actors’ Study, which became part of the Vancouver Institute of Media Arts in 1989. In 2011, Davis published a memoir, Where There’s Smoke: Musings of a Cigarette Smoking Man, a title he also narrated for audio, about his time on the show. In The X-Files: Cold Cases and The X-Files: Stolen Lives, Davis returns to the audio drama format that jump-started his career.

About the Performer

Tom Braidwood is an actor and director familiar to fans of The X-Files as conspiracy theorist Melvin Frohike, a member of the beloved Lone Gunmen. Braidwood served as an assistant director on the first five seasons of The X-Files, as well as second unit director on Millennium. Additionally, he produced the second season of Da Vinci’s Inquest. Braidwood also appeared in The Lone Gunmen, a spinoff where he reprised his role as the eccentric Frohike. The X-Files: Cold Cases and The X-Files: Stolen Lives are Braidwood’s first experience with audio.

About the Performer

Dean Haglund is an actor and comedian made famous by his turn as Richard “Ringo” Langly, the youngest of the Lone Gunmen, on The X-Files. In addition to his work on the show, Haglund starred in the 2011 documentary The Truth Is Out There, a film focused on conspiracy theorists. He also works as a standup comedian, having performed with improv troupe Vancouver Theatresports League. Haglund’s first foray into audio came in 2007 with his Hollywood-focused podcast, Chillpak Hollywood Hour, which he started with filmmaker Phil Leirness. His audio journey continues with The X-Files: Cold Cases and The X-Files: Stolen Lives.

About the Performer

Bruce Harwood is an actor known for his portrayal of John Fitzgerald Byers, the most subdued of the Long Gunmen trio. An avid reader, he worked as a librarian in his town before becoming an actor. In addition to appearing on The X-Files and The Lone Gunmen spinoff, Harwood has appeared on programs such as MacGyver and The Outer Limits. He is also a founding member of Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival in Vancouver. The X-Files: Cold Cases and The X-Files: Stolen Lives are Braidwood’s first endeavor into audio.

About the Creator

Dirk Maggs is an innovator in the world of radio and audio production. A prolific writer and director, he is known for his cinematic approach to audio, utilizing scripts and fine-tuned sound effects layered with music to create a near visual effect. Maggs has previously worked on BBC Radio adaptations of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy and Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency. He also excels at adapting graphic novels for radio. His award-winning credits include Judge Dredd, Superman Lives, and Batman: Knightfall. At Audible, Maggs has proven to be a breakout star, directing the groundbreaking original Alien series and adapting The X-Files: Stolen Lives.

About the Creator

Joe Harris is a comic book writer and filmmaker who has worked with major publishers such as Marvel, D.C., Dark Horse, and IDW. Harris has created original comics such as Ghost Projekt, Rockstars, Great Pacific, and Snowfall. Since 2013, Harris has been the writer of the officially-licensed X-Files comics, a favorite of fans worldwide. Other writing credits include the chilling 2003 horror film Darkness Falls and 2006’s political slasher The Tripper. His audio journey began here at Audible, where his comics were adapted into two audio dramas, The X-Files: Cold Cases and The X-Files: Stolen Lives.

About the Creator

Chris Carter is a television writer, producer, and director. Carter became a household name when he created the cult-classic science fiction series The X-Files. The series would earn him eight Emmy nominations. Carter also wrote and produced two X-Files films: 1998’s The X-Files and 2008’s I Want to Believe. His work beyond Mulder and Scully includes the series Millennium and the short-lived but beloved X-Files spinoff, The Lone Gunmen. Audible Originals The X-Files: Cold Cases and The X-Files: Stolen Lives are his first foray into audio.

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New Fan

I haven't really seen the tv show and only watched the film with the bees (and never saw the reboot) so my exposure to X-Files is really limited.

Overall, while I felt the audio production was above average and the voice acting pretty great, I didn't really understand the stories and kept wondering how everything was connected. I was expecting a regular novel but this was mostly just vignettes. I also found it hard to keep up with all the different characters; this is my first time listening to an audio book that sounded more like a podcast than a regular book.

I think this is something mostly for fans of the series who follow the franchise more closely. But I think my interest has peaked so I might check out the original series and reboot!

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Captured the heart of the original

The voice acting is spotty at times, especially from the two main actors, which is ironic since they were in the original TV series. They weren't bad, but were out acted by the surrounding cast at times. The production quality is fantastic however, and the stories thematically mirrored the originals perfectly. Overall quite enjoyable.

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Surprisingly good!!

Thought it was going to be cheesy or bad but it was a great revisit to the X-Files! A fun ride, with all the things I love about the original series: humor, intelligent writing, Mulder and Scully.. Try it out! Definitely worth a listen!!

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Excellent!

Just so good! Everything you want from the X Files. Great script, Perfect execution. They revisit awesome storylines from the TV 😎🤓

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First Audiobook...

This is my first purchase off Audible and I'm happy with it. Loved having DD, GA and MP back in their roles and felt like I was right there in the middle of an episode! Hope they do more of these performance pieces!

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love my x files!

huge long time fan! this was an amazing form of more content and I hope they make more!

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More, more, more!

SO much fun. So good to hear all the voices again. Hoping for more! Love the new Audible originals!! What a great surprise.

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Entertaining :)

I'm not an X Files fanatic by any stretch, but I did enjoy this audio performance. It's well done and fun :)

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Wonderful for X-Files Fans

This audio-drama was So So So So So good!! I loved the stories and the short “episodes” within the 4 hours. I loved the sound effects and the tone of the stories.

The only thing I did not like was the monotonous sound of Gillian and David reading. I feel as if they could have put more effort into reading lines.

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This is amazing. Plz more with the Original Cast!!

If you could sum up The X-Files: Cold Cases in three words, what would they be?

Excellent. Awesome. Wonderful.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Mulder and Scully, of course.

Have you listened to any of the narrators’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

No. This is my first time.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Yes, I laughed and wanted to cry. I was so happy to hear David and Gillian as Mulder and Scully. To hear the Lone Gunmen and Skinner.

Any additional comments?

My only criticism is not for this but for CC. William is Mulder's son, CC. Come on. Anyway, other than that. This was excellent. Excellent.

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  • evgenia
  • 07-18-17

oh, how I missed it.

absolutely loved every second of it. everything I cherished about X-Files and more. My Mulder and my Scully how I remember them from 25 years ago. thank you so much!

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  • Nigel
  • 07-20-17

Already listened to this twice - doesn't improve


Hmm, thought it was only fair if I listened to this twice before typing my review.

This is the third audio-drama I’ve listened to this year that has involved Dirk Maggs and sadly like Alien: River of Pain, it just isn’t very good.

Stepping away from his usual Directors chair, Dirk adapted the X-files graphic novels by Joe Harris into audio. Though I found these stories stale. With audio the story can take you anywhere, without the budget constraints that affect TV/film production, so I was hoping this would be big, bold and move the story along with energy. Oh and that’s something that was missing in the recording booths.

The biggest frustration I had is with the cast as there are so many instances when they went out of acting mode and just read the script without emotion. Wham. And that’s you jolting out of the story wondering what just happened. It breaks the illusion, the immersiveness of audio. Not sure why the Director didn’t realise how ‘dry’ their performances were.

And what’s with Dirk’s obsession with CB radio chat, just like ‘River of Pain’ there are a lot people saying “Copy That”. Arghhh.

Lastly it was good to hear Laurel Lefkow again, she played Ripley in Alien: Out of the Shadows - still sounding like Sigourney Weaver. She was the narrator in this.

Just didn’t live up to the hype; overall 2 stars

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  • Mr. L. Jenkins
  • 07-19-17

Maybe its me but this was dreadful

What would have made The X-Files: Cold Cases better?

Better script. The actors are, of course, first class but they sounded wooden, like they were turning up just to get paid. Gillian Anderson especially is an astoundingly good actor and she was the best out of a bad bunch. It's not her finest work. David Duchovny was not good. He came across as bored and his jokes were painful. Generally speaking the acting did get a bit better towards the end.

What could the authors have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Better story line. It was trite and cliched. Needed a more genuine and original Sci-fi story.

Would you be willing to try another one of the narrators’s performances?

Of course.

What character would you cut from The X-Files: Cold Cases?

The whole storyline I'm afraid. Its more suited to young adult scifi.

Any additional comments?

Overall a wasted opportunity for what could have been the audiobook of the year.

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  • Chris
  • 07-27-17

The Truth Is In Ear...

Really loved this audiobook. I'm a big fan of the series, used to watch it on the BBC when it first aired in the UK. I thought the audiobook was well produced, good to hear all tge original cast, and some nods to the old storyline (Host for example). Great story and sound. Looking forward to the next audiobook in the series...

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  • 07-28-17

👍really good but too short

Great to be back in the xfiles world. Pity it was such a short visit.

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  • Bashy
  • 08-23-17

I still believe

Well I didn't know what to expect with this and when it first started and I realised it was like watching the program without any video I was a little hesitant. However it soon grew on me especially with the performances.

The story does come together a lot clearly towards the end , for a new listener I'm not sure there's anything here to hook them.

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  • Tarjinder
  • 07-19-17

I believe

Brilliant stuff it was like a old style radio broadcast i hope they do more

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 05-09-18

Mini series

A great follow up to the tv series, it felt like an x files mini series

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  • George Dall
  • 04-28-18

Well worth a listen

Very reminiscent of the series brought back a lot of memories, looking for some more now.

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  • Conor Smith
  • 03-31-18

looking forward to the next one

This is the only reason I joined audible and I wasn't disappointed! I love Gillian Anderson!

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  • Brendan
  • 08-08-17

An excellent journey

I was captivated throughout the entire story. Great having original cast members do the voices. Looking forward to the next series!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 07-29-17

need another!

It took me a bit to get past the robotic sound of how everyone spoke. I dont know if I just got used to it but I feel it did get better. I was addicted! ready for another.

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  • N J Puxty
  • 08-25-17

It's ok for what it is

It was great to listen to a quality produced audio play with great sfx, music. It was like watching a movie in my mind. I wasn't too impressed with Davids performance. Felt like his heart wasn't in it and was reading from a script. Gillian was great. The lone gunmans performance was good to. The first story was great. Then it started to lose credibility and became almost looney at the end. I

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  • Chris Gander
  • 08-15-17

A present for life long fans

As a true fan for over 20 years this felt like a present made especially for us.

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  • Matthew Fulton
  • 08-09-17

Theatre of the mind

Would you listen to The X-Files: Cold Cases again? Why?

I would definitely listen again. There are some parts where I missed or need to double check, but it was really compelling.

What was one of the most memorable moments of The X-Files: Cold Cases?

Discovering the stories link to the original mythology

What about the narrators’s performance did you like?

Disturbingly great.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The return of certain characters.

Any additional comments?

While there were a few elements where it was slightly over-descriptive due to what should be a visual concept, the story telling was captivating, creepy, and has the essence of the TV series.

Don't expect it to be exactly like the show in terms of visual story telling, but it's all there in terms of horror sci-fi and using the listener's theatre-of-the-mind. If you don't like it or you lose interest, you just don't get it.

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  • PV FONG
  • 07-19-17

A treat!

If you're a true XF fan, you'll enjoy it, more than season 10, bcos is Mulder and Scully driven! Loop it till season 11.

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  • Rod
  • 08-22-17

The truth is still out there

Mention The X-Files and the eerie theme tune will immediately pop into the minds of loyal fans who tuned into their television sets for ten years from 1993 to watch FBI investigators Mulder and Scully delve in the mysteries of the unknown.
Set between the subsequent film, The X-Files: I Want to Believe, and the more recent revival TV series, this exciting full-cast audio adaption fills in some of the gaps that explain why the two lead characters came out of hiding.

The original television cast return, including David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson as Mulder and Scully, and they are joined by some surprising appearances, including their former boss Walter Skinner (Mitch Pileggi), the darkly mysterious Smoking Man (William B. Davis), and conspiracy theorists The Lone Gunmen (Tom Braidwood, Dean Haglund, and Bruce Harwood), amongst many others. If you thought some of these characters were dead, all will become clear.

A multi-episode arc intertwines the familiar ‘monster of the week’ format, based on graphic novels by Joe Harris. The audiobook opens with Mulder and Scully living as a couple under the assumed surname Blake. When the FBI’s X-Files are breached, the division is reopened and Mulder and Scully are called in to examine some cold cases that were never solved.

In true fashion, the duo face clones, aliens, a deadly virus and spirits as they delve into each case and progressively uncover a plot by an alien race known as The Forsaken Ones. This is a full-cast audio play as opposed to a book reading, and it works well. The cast are all in fine form, supported by a stellar sound design complete with a full score of music and sound effects.

The drama is high but not without humour. The actors slip back into their former characters like they’d never left and the writers honour them with all the expected quirks and banter that has made the show last so long.

The X-Files: Cold Cases is a play for the fans, although it’s highly enjoyable for anyone who once enjoyed the television series. If you’re not familiar with the back catalogue of stories however, particularly toward the end of the show’s original run, then you’ll find there’s enough exposition to help you along but, like me, you can be left with the feeling that there’s more of a wow factor behind some revelations that only hard-core fans will fully appreciate.

Even so, the truth is out there still to be discovered and, with The X-Files now re-opened, we can only hope there’s more on the way.

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  • Neill
  • 07-31-17

An appallingly self-indulgent waste of time.

Wooden performances, old trite resurrected plots and poor consideration given to adapting this to audio.

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  • michael ryan
  • 07-26-17

Embarrassingly bad

If you are going to put something like this production together, please do it properly or leave it alone.

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  • James Burgiss
  • 02-12-18

Great A++++++

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

it brought back memorys and feeling of when I was younger watching the xfiles for the first time

Who was your favorite character and why?

the main characters are all great

What does the narrators bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

the story comes to life

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

that first time I heard the theme song

Any additional comments?

GET IT you know you want to