The X-Files: Fight The Future was the first cinematic foray for Chris Carter's television series The X-Files. This DVD edition presents the movie in a high-quality 2.35:1 widescreen transfer and house-shaking Dolby Digital 5.1 Sound. The image quality is excellent throughout the disc's running time; colors are bold and creepy as necessary, as icy terrains, cityscapes, and dark interiors translate equally well to the digital format. Explosions and attacking creatures crackle and bounce between the Surround channels, providing full immersion into the world of Mulder and Scully. Supplemental materials give good background into the television series, the making of the movie, and, of course, the special effects. "The Truth Behind the Making of the X-Files Movie" is nearly a half-hour of glossy interviews and behind-the-scenes footage with cast and crew; it's a must-see for fans of the series. The movie-length audio commentary with Chris Carter and director Rob Bowman is informative but best for diehard fans, as there's a great deal of inside information about characters and plot lines from the television series that newcomers may not understand or care about. Three variations on the theatrical trailer are also included for completists. "Scene Selection" allows access to the DVD's 18 chapters, and cast and crew bios are included in the flimsy booklet inside the DVD's case, though not on the DVD itself. It's a bit of a mystery why the box art claims "extra footage" as one of the bonus features; if there's any included, it's well-hidden as an Easter egg. Otherwise, fans and newcomers alike should find much to like with the overall package.