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X-File is a mostly indica variety from unknown origin and can be cultivated indoors and outdoors . .
an unknown / legendary cannabis strain
Not to be confused with the similar-sounding X-Files hybrid, this indica-dominant strain crosses Kosher Tangie with a White Fire Alien OG and ’09 Cookies hybrid. Dense, chunky buds radiate with a sweet peach and citrus aroma undoubtedly powered by its Tangie genetics. Powerful and long-lasting, X-File’s heavy indica effects are best saved for evenings and sleepless nights.
Basic Strain Info
1. Creator Chris Carter originally planned for the TV series to end and for this to be the first in a series of films continuing the show’s mythology. Instead, it wound up serving as a bridge between Seasons 5 and 6.
2. The movie was filmed during the hiatus between Seasons 4 and 5 in 1997. Season 5 featured relatively fewer episodes with Mulder and Scully together in order to accommodate reshoots for the movie.
5. The number 1121 appears several times during the movie and throughout the series as a whole, including on one of the domes in Antarctica. This number is a reference to November 21st, the birth date of Carter’s wife.
6. Actor Terry O’Quinn, who plays SAC Darius Marchaud, appeared in two different episodes of the TV series in completely different roles, once in Season 2 and again in Season 9.
“Cherish the past. Enjoy the present. Because the truth. is coming.”
9. It’s no coincidence that one scene in the film features a drunken Mulder urinating on a poster for 1996’s “Independence Day.” Carter used that moment as a chance to express his dislike of the film.
10. The film was codenamed during production as “Blackwood” early on, a reference to famous horror novelist Algernon Blackwood. Scripts were also printed on red paper to make it hard for people to copy them.
Celebrate this anniversary with a few uncovered secrets about how they pulled off the original “X-Files” movie.