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The ’80s Horror Documentary In Search of Darkness Is Getting a Special Corey Taylor Edition

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Y’know it’s not every day that two of God’s greatest creations come together for one incredible collaboration. Off the top of my head, there’s peanut butter and jelly, the intermingling of genitals for the purpose of sexual intercourse, and… uh… that’s it.

At least, that was it… until now! For a new documentary, In Search of Darkness, shall offer a pair of existence’s most sublime pleasures: Slipknot/Stone Sour singer Corey Taylor and sickeningly graphic horror films of the 1980s!

In addition to answering the question “What does Corey Taylor think of these kinds of movies?” (spoiler alert: he likes them), In Search of Darkness features interviews with a cavalcade of notable filmmakers and actors from the very films in question, including Doug Bradley (“Pinhead” from Hellraiser), Heather Langenkamp (the star of the three best A Nightmare on Elm St. movies), Stuart Gordon (director of Re-Animator), Harry Manfredini (composer for the Friday the 13th movies), Don Mancini (writer/sometimes director of the Chucky franchise), and John Carpenter (if you need credits for John Carpenter you’re wasting your life). A “Corey Taylor Collector’s Edition” of the film, now available for purchase through the end of October, will up the Corey percentage by a substantial amount:

“This limited run of ‘In Search of Darkness’ features all-new additional content from Corey, including new segments for each year (1980-1989) where he reveals his favorite horror moments, and comes packed with unique collectibles that you won’t find anywhere else.”

More specifically, the Corey Taylor Collector’s Edition includes:

  • Your name in the credits.
  • The 280+-minute movie on DVD or Blu-ray.
  • An exclusive In Search of Darkness: Corey Taylor Collector’s Edition movie poster.
  • A unique Corey Taylor Pin – not available anywhere else.
  • A High-quality postcard featuring unique artwork created for In Search of Darkness by legendary ‘80s horror artist Graham Humphreys.
  • A digital download of the documentary.

I am ordering this and putting that poster directly above my bed so I can gaze at Corey while falling asleep every night. I hope this begins a trend of Corey Taylor Collector’s Editions for all kinds of movies. Like, just use technology to slip him into other shit. You’re telling me you wouldn’t buy a special version of The Godfather with Corey playing one of the Corleones? I don’t believe you.

You can watch a trailer for the In Search of Darkness: Corey Taylor Collector’s Edition below, and pre-order it here… but only until midnight on Halloween. So don’t dawdle.

[via The PRP]

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