Tomorrow the MASTERS OF HORROR: SEASON 2 box set streets, complete with the 13 episodes (including Carpenter's PRO-LIFE and Argento's PELTS) that closed off the now defunct anthology series. While I've always loved the PHANTASM sphere set, this might just take the cake as coolest looking box set with the textured, opening skull that houses all the discs. The skull is amazingly detailed, with all the groves and bone you'd expect. It feels just like the real thing too, with a coarse texture and aged and withered grooves. It really has to be taken out of its flimsy plastic boxing to really be appreciated. In terms of content, there's nothing new here (unlike the box set of the first season), with all the individual discs just packaged together disc-only inside the skull. Still, each disc had a plethora of supplements for the episode itself, so there's definitely no lack of behind-the-scenes stuff here. All the discs come in their proper 1.78:1 anamorphic widescreen aspect and Dolby Digital 5.1 tracks. Here's a complete list of the episodes included: Brad Anderson’s “Sounds Like” Dario Argento’s “Pelts” John Carpenter’s “Pro-Life” Joe Dante’s “The Screwfly Solution” Ernest Dickerson’s “The V Word” Mick Garris’ “Valerie on the Stairs” Stuart Gordon’s “The Black Cat” Tobe Hooper’s “The Damned Thing” Tom Holland’s “We All Scream for Ice Cream” John Landis’ “Family” Rob Schmidt’s “Right to Die” Norio Tsuruta’s “Dream Cruise” Peter Medak’s “The Washingtonians” This upgrade is for those who either don't have any of the previous standalone releases, or those looking to add a kickass prop to their collection mantle. It'll pimp out your horror collection instantly. At only 15,000 copies, it's a limited pressing, too. Here's a collection of hi-res photos taken by moi just to show you the quality of this little thing: Out tomorrow, July 29th, 2008, the 11-disc set (two of the discs are double feature flippers) retails for $86.97 but most retailers have it out for $64.99. If you're missing the old days of cable TV horror anthologies, then this might be your last chance to get in on it before it's gone. And visually give your collection some authority in the process!