During the 90s and early 2000s, The X-Files became an icon in horror-tinged science fiction and mystery series. Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny They gave birth to two FBI agents tasked with investigating the strangest cases the agency encountered. Together with them we lived chilling and surprising experiences that led the series to be a practically unattainable benchmark for many of the series that tried it.
Now, almost twenty years after the original broadcast of the series ended (not counting the revival of the last two seasons), the special effects specialist of the series, Geoff redknap He has shared some unpublished photographs from the filming of the series.
Redknap did some make-up and visual and special effects in about 50 episodes of File X, leaving his stamp on more than one iconic scene that many will remember from the cases of Mulder and Scully.
As part of your interview with The Conspiracy Podcast, Geoff Redknap has shared this new vision of what the filming of The X-Files was like thanks to some photographs that he took during the days of filming. Redknap was nominated for Emmy in 1998 for his work on the episode “The Post-Modern Prometheus“, in addition to having worked in films such as Final destination, The cabin in the woods or Deadpool, among many others.
One of our new favorite photos! 😍🥤
The Great Mutato enjoying a refreshment on set of the iconic episode ‘The Post-Modern Prometheus’.
This is one among 20 never released photos from #TheXFiles, that we will be sharing this Easter Sunday.
– Sammensværgelsen – on dansk X-Files podcast (@xfilespodcastdk) April 3, 2021
– Sammensværgelsen – on dansk X-Files podcast (@xfilespodcastdk) April 2, 2021
Very cool BTS pics from #TheXFiles! Nothing says “Happy Easter” like Mulder with electrocuted arms 😬😅 thx for sharing @GeoffRedknap & @xfilespodcastdk https://t.co/J3k31Roi1O pic.twitter.com/pxXHqlWRMs
– MelT (@DrDuchovny) April 4, 2021
What do you think of the photographs from the filming of The X-Files?