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Horror Highlights: Maniac Cop 2 Collection from Cavitycolors, Aliens Ate My Homework, What The Waters Left Behind, The Tormenting

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Cavitycolors pays tribute to Maniac Cop 2 with a new shirts and pins collection, and in today's Horror Highlights, we also have details on Aliens Ate My Homework, What the Waters Left Behind, and The Tormenting.

Maniac Cop 2 Shirts and Pins Collection: From Cavitycolors: "Hey Fiends!

This Thursday, we're bringing you our officially licensed Maniac Cop 2 collection!

Written by Larry Cohen (The Stuff) and directed by William Lustig (Maniac), Part 2 of the series is my personal favorite entry in the series. A 90's cult classic in the truest sense, it's just so satisfying to see a much more monstrous Matt Cordell wreak havoc on the streets of New York City. We couldn't be more excited to work with top notch artists on this release, including Devon Whitehead, Jason Edmiston, Shane Murphy, and Matt Skiff. All art is officially licensed, and approved by William Lustig himself for what might
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Star Trek: The Original Series – The Roddenberry Vault set for release in December

Paramount Home Media Distribution and CBS Home Entertainment have announced that Star Trek: The Original Series – The Roddenberry Vault is set to hit Blu-ray on December 5th, giving fans unprecedented access to never-before-seen footage from the production of Star Trek: The Original Series, along with twelve classic episodes, three exclusive special feature documentaries and new interviews with notable Star Trek figures.

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Star Trek: The Original Series – The Roddenberry Vault includes twelve classic episodes chosen for their relevance to the Vault materials, and presented in 1080p High Definition with both DTS 7.1 Master Audio as well as newly restored original Mono. Eleven of these episodes contain isolated music tracks. Newly recorded audio commentaries appear on three fan-favorite episodes.

Each of the set’s three discs feature documentaries that weave together the previously unseen Vault materials
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Fantasia 2012: ‘Toy Masters’ does not Master its Universe

Toy Masters

Written by Roger Lay Jr. and Corey Landis

Directed by Roger Lay Jr.

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This year, Fantasia doubled the number of documentaries in their Documentaries From The Edge series from five to ten. Justine has already raved about The Mechanical Bride and I intend to write very positively about Despite the Gods and My Amityville Horror when I get a chance to devote the time to the reviews that they deserve…

Toy Masters, on the other hand, is my biggest disappointment of this year’s Fantasia Festival. It’s almost not fair to review the film, it is such a work in progress. The Q&A after the film was filled with talk of extra footage that the production team were about to shoot or had just shot, “Dolph Lundgren? Yeah, he’s supposed to come to our office to film an interview in two weeks.
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How Funny Would a Road Trip with Ray Romano Really Be?

Ray Romano: 95 Miles to Go is not your standard stand-up special. Rather, it is a tour documentary directed by Romano’s good friend and fellow stand-up, Tom Caltabiano, which chronicles a tour the two men did the summer after the fifth season of Everybody Loves Raymond. The two men hopped in a car with one of the show’s interns, film student Roger Lay Jr., and visited seven cities in eight days. That covers around one thousand miles, most of which were caught on tape. Those hours of footage were whittled down into this HBO special, with mixed results.

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