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Win the Ultimate Star Trek Movies 1-10 Collectors Edition on Blu-ray

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Here’s one for fans of all things Star Trek as we have one of the best prizes we’ve ever given away on HeyUGuys! To mark the release of Star Trek I – X – Collector’s Edition on Blu-ray (out now), we’ve been given one copy of the box-set worth £99.25 to give away to one lucky HeyUGuys reader!

Here’s some more info on the set courtesy of Amazon where you can buy a copy if you can’t wait:

Be one of only 5,000 in the whole world to own a limited edition collection of Star Trek 1-10 on Blu-ray, packed with over 8 hours of bonus content! Relive the first ten classic Star Trek movies on Blu-ray, beautifully remastered in high definition.

Also includes:

Includes 12 discs, including 2 bonus discs: ‘The Captains’ Summit’ and ‘Evolutions’ 112 page full-colour photo book including rarely seen original studio production manuals and behind the scenes
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William Shatner to Direct New Doc About William Shatner

William Shatner to Direct New Doc About William Shatner
William Shatner isn't going to do his reputation as an egotistical blow-hard any favors when he goes behind the lens for The Captains, a feature-length documentary on a subject near and dear to the Canadian actor -- himself. Can the actor remain objective when he's got himself as the subject? Does he really need to?

The Captains pinpoints a specific time in Shatner's life, chronicling his early days as an actor until his star-making role as Captain Kirk, replacing Jeffrey Hunter's Captain Pike right when Gene Roddenberry was trying to get Star Trek off the ground. Shatner is also executive producer on the project, which will air in 2011 on Canada's Movie Central Channel according to Trek Movie.

The older Shatner gets, the more willing he is to be self-deprecating, but he's still pretty bull-headed when it comes to Trek. Check out his amusing interactions with Leonard Nimoy in "The Captain's Summit
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Blu-ray Review: Star Trek - The Original Motion Picture Collection

I had every intention of doing some kind of big feature for this new Blu-ray release and tying it in with the recent reboot. I was going to rank the original six films or rank all 11 Star Trek films, but timing killed it. The set arrived late and other things took priority. On top of that, my opinion of these six original films hasn't changed much since I first saw them so many years ago. Wrath of Khan and The Voyage Home remain my two favorite and the other four only hold a passing interest. If I were to rank the remaining four films I would probably say it would go as such: Undiscovered Country, The Search for Spock, The Motion Picture and finally The Final Frontier. However, my seemingly passing interest to this point is not indicative of this set, but simply due to my disappointment in not being
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