"While investigating a series of deaths connected to a sunken World War II aircraft, Scully and Mulder encounter a mysterious black oil, which Mulder believes to be an extraterrestrial entity, capable of inhabiting a human host. A tip from Krycek leads Mulder to Siberia, where in 1908, an unidentified object smashed into the Earth. In a Russian Gulag, Mulder has a deadly encounter with the Black Oil. Meanwhile, as Scully continues to search for the truth behind their abduction, she meets a group of women abductees who all have chips identical to the one found in Scully's neck. Ultimately, Mulder and Scully discover just how far the government is willing to go to convince Mulder of their lies."
— From The Back Cover of the DVD Boxset

Story arc themesEdit


The X-Files
The Lone Gunmen
The X-Files:
  1. "Season 1 DVD"
  2. "Season 2 DVD"
  3. "Season 3 DVD"
  4. "Season 4 DVD"
  5. "Season 5 DVD"
  6. "Season 6 DVD"
  7. "Season 7 DVD"
  8. "Season 8 DVD"
  9. "Season 9 DVD"
  10. "Season 10 DVD"
  11. "Season 11 DVD"
  12. "The X-Files Movie DVD"
  13. "The Complete Collection"
  14. "The Complete Collectors Edition"
  15. "The X-Files: I Want to Believe DVD"
The X-Files Mythology:
  1. "Volume 1 - Abduction"
  2. "Volume 2 - Black Oil"
  3. "Volume 3 - Colonization"
  4. "Volume 4 - Super Soldiers"
  1. "Season 1 DVD"
  2. "Season 2 DVD"
  3. "Season 3 DVD"
  4. "The Complete Series DVD"
The Lone Gunmen:
  1. "The Complete Series DVD"
"Piper Maru"
"Talitha Cumi"
"Memento Mori"
"Tempus Fugit"
"Zero Sum"
"Redux II"
Special Features

Special FeaturesEdit

Special Features:
"Threads of Mythology" documentary
Commentary by director R.W. Goodwin on "Talitha Cumi"
Commentary by director Rob Bowman on "Memento Mori"
Commentary by director Kim Manners on "Max"
Mythology timeline