Friday, March 16, 2012

Battle Royale Blu Ray Movie Giveaway

We're going to switch it up a bit and giveaway a movie instead of game this time around.  I've asked around and as much as people love gaming, they love movies as well.  So when I went to look for a movie that I would love, I stumbled upon this baby.  If you have not seen Battle Royale, you MUST.  It is a GREAT Asian Horror film.  It's being released for the first time on Blu Ray March 20th so be one of the first to own it!!!  Check out the description from Amazon.com:

One Of The Most Controversial Films In History.
Now Available For The First Time Ever In America.

In the near future, the economy has collapsed, unemployment has soared and juvenile crime has exploded. Fearful of their nation's youth, the Japanese government passes The BR Law: Each year, a 9th grade class is sent to a remote island where they will be locked into exploding neck collars, given a random weapon, and forced to hunt and kill each other until there is only one survivor left. Chiaki Kuriyama (KILL BILL) and screen legend Takeshi Kitano (BOILING POINT, BROTHER) star in the movie that has been argued, acclaimed and banned around the world. More than a decade later, it remains one of the most savage, shocking and emotionally powerful films of all time. Now experience the complete Director's Cut of Kinji Fukasaku's uncompromising masterpiece -- nominated for 10 Japanese Academy Awards -- available uncensored and unrated for the first time ever in America. 

''My favorite movie of the last 20 years. I wish I had made this movie.'' - Quentin Tarantino

''If you love The Hunger Games, Battle Royale sets the stage. One of the best - and most violent - genre films ever made. It's also a hell of a lot of fun.'' - Entertainment Weekly
 

And you can win it here on Metallman's Reverie!!!  If you are a regular, you know the drill.  Good luck, friends.  Later!!! a Rafflecopter giveaway

If you can't wait to see if you've won and want to pre order the movie before it's March 20th release date, you can get it at an awesome price here!

43 comments:

  1. Winning would give me more of an incentive to watch it. LOL

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  2. Lmao! I agree! And if you don't win, I still urge you watch it!

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  3. Nightmare on Elm Street series.The used to Scare the crap outta me as a kid,but also made me laugh aswell.The one where he's playing the kid in the video game always made me laugh for some reason "ehhh you forgot about the power glove!!!"
     

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  4. Lmao! Oh yeah, I remember that one. Those one liners from Freddy were cheesy but man, did they make the series worthwhile.

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  5. I love the Saw movies .

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  6. Tetsuo The Iron Man is some fucked up shit, and always creeps me out.

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  7. I haven't seen that one yet. I need to check it out! I'm intrigued!!!

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  8. The first Alien movie is awesome!

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  9. My favorite is Halloween.

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  10. I would say The Shining.

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  11. The original Frankenstein is my favorite horror film..

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  12. Poltergeist is my favorite

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  13. I love all horror films, especially the Asian horror, like RINGU, The Eye, A Tale of Two Sisters. I'm a huge fan of Takashi Shimizu who did the JU-ON/The Grudge series, and Takashi Miike who directed ICHI the Killer, One Missed Called, Tomie series. There's just too many to name because I love the genre so much, and it's really hard to pick a favorite.

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  14. I'm in the same boat! Ichi the Killer was freakin' awesome and I prefer all of the Asian Horror ORIGINAL films as opposed to the American counterparts (Ringu, The Eye, Shutter, etc.).

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  15. Nightmare on Elm Street series.

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  16. There are alot of great horror/horror-sci-fi movies, and it's a tough call to pick just one! But fellow avid online contest participant, Stephen N.(AKA Alienxphile) ;-)... is right! ALIENS (1979) is a great pick! Definitely one of my all-time favorites! However, I don't want to appear as a copy cat and pick the same film. I will instead, pick another great horror film, equally as great, but in different ways! So I choose the Exorcist (1973)! It's a true classic! And no similiar films that has come out since it's release has ever been able to top it!

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  17. Alien and The Exorcist are awesome American classics. I agree that any horror film buff should have those 2 in their must see list. Awesome comment!

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  18. Children of the Corn!
    Tam S. Rafflecopter

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  19. Been looking forward to the official release of this.  :)

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  20. Oh, and my favorite horror movie, for the giveaway, is Leprechaun.

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  21. Nightmare on Elm Street

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  22. Battle Royale is actually my favorite. I first saw it like 8 years ago at a friends house and have liked it since. Not usually a fan of horror films but this one is pretty darn good.

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  23. The Blair Witch Project

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  24. I was with Leprechaun until they decided to go the 'funny' route and he ended up in the hood. Lol

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  25. Nightmare on Elm Street 
    @Chronorayven 

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  26. Pet Semetary!
    ptavernie at yahoo dot com

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  27. I love Pet Cemetery! Each time it's on AMC I watch!

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  28. poltergeist
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

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  29. shaun of the dead

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  30. The Descent. I'd be truly terrified of going in an unknown cave...

    @secretclean 

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  31. The Decent did a great job in creating a claustrophobic atmosphere!

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  32. My favorite is definitely The Descent. The (real) ending punched me in the gut like no movie had before.

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  33. I'm not generally a fan of the horror genre and I don't consider Battle Royale to be a horror movie at all.  I guess The Omen would be my fav though, fwiw.

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  34. Technically, you're right. It's more on the Psychological thriller side, I guess.

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  35. Stephen King had some crazy movies that frightened me when I was younger, so I'll say IT because it scarred me for life Lol

    @liljrSanchez

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  36. elm street for sure

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