Jun 222015


To celebrate the release of the action-packed creature feature Killer Mermaids – out on DVD 29th June – we have a copy to giveaway!

With the hugely talented and much talked about Zone of the Dead director Milan Todorovic at the helm, Killer Mermaids is perfectly paced as a group of well fleshed out characters fight to survive against the creatures from the deep…

Throw in Die Hard 2’s Drug Lord Franco Nero and you have a must-see which cries out for a sequel!

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For your chance to win KILLER MERMAIDS on DVD, simply comment below telling us your favourite water-based horror movie and why.

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Sunday 5th July 2015 and one valid comment will be chosen and notified by email.

• This promotion is open to UK residents only.
• Entrants must be aged 15 years or older
• One entry per household
• The promoter of this competition is Fetch Dynamic Ltd
• The prize will be delivered to the winner within 28 days of confirmation of delivery address
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into
• There is no cash alternative to Prizes which are subject to availability, non-transferable, non-negotiable and non-refundable. Prizes may not be sold, offered for sale or used in connection with any other competition or promotion by the Prize winner
• 1 winner will win 1x Killer Mermaids on DVD
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.


BatI love prosthetic effects, stop-motion animation and gore, but most of all I love a good story! I adore B-movies and exploitation films in many of their guises and also have a soft spot for creature features. I review a wide range of media including movies, TV series, books and videogames. I'm a massive fan of author Hunter S. Thompson and I enjoy various genre of videogames with Kingdom Hearts and Harvest Moon two of my all time favs. Currently playing: Silent Hill

  96 Responses to “Win KILLER MERMAIDS on DVD In Our Competition!”

  1. I love Ghost Ship. Might be because Karl Urban as Munder makes me laugh with some of his expressions. Still a favourite film though.

  2. Anachonda
    Thanks for the chance x

  3. Jaws x its a classic x

  4. jaws an old favourite

  5. Piranha

  6. Got to be “JAWS”. i nearly s*$t myself when the head dropped out of the bottom of the boat!!!!!!!!!!

  7. The fog but the original not the remake still creeps me out but it’s a classic x

  8. Shock Waves – who couldn’t love underwater Nazi zombies 😀

  9. I have to admit I have a soft spot for deep rising really good comedy horror!

  10. The Creature from the Black Lagoon. One of the first horror films I watched as a child and still one of my favourites.

  11. Jaws it’s a classic x

  12. Jaws, because it’s superb ‘You’re going to need a bigger boat

  13. I like Ghost Ship as it has a good twist.

  14. Sorry to be boring but it has to be the original Jaws movie – it’s a classic. Incredible suspense, unforgettable music and, whilst primitive by today’s standards, believable effects.

  15. Jaws because you can’t beat a classic

  16. Jaws great film

  17. The fog because we live close to the river tyne which is very foggy .. and it give an extra creepiness to it.
    My uncle Mike was singing the fog on the tyne is all yours .. yeah, right, well you can keep it!

  18. Jaws – the first film

  19. Jaws as it was a seminal horror movie and very atmospheric

  20. My favourite is John Carpenter’s ‘The Fog’. An absolute classic with the creepiest music to go with it … will never get the scene on the boat out of my head!

  21. Jaws – absolute classic – made a lot of people scared of the water and gave sharks a bad reputation

  22. JAWS!! the story is brilliant

  23. you cant beat jaws

  24. Captain Nemo because of the futuristic nature of his submarine

  25. Dark Water – the part where she realises she’s running with the wrong child always sticks with me!

  26. ghost ship the remake was my fave but wouldn’t 😛 really say it was an horror as it wasnt scary

    :mrgreen: thank you for the chance x caroline the blue haired mermaid

  27. Leviathan – the Abyss meets the Thing!

  28. I watched Open Water the other week. My fave at the moment.

  29. Can’t beat Jaws for me, but I really enjoyed Deep Blue Sea and THAT killer scene with Samuel L. Jackson gets me every time 🙂

  30. Jaws, I’ve seen it a hundred times and it hasn’t lost any of it’s appeal.

  31. Jaws, reminds me of when I was younger,I loved it!

  32. Instantly thought of Jaws!

  33. Jaws, still scares me all these years later.

  34. Jaws.
    The first time I saw it I was terrified and was too scared to take a bath for days in case a shark came crashing up through the bottom of the bath to eat me (I guess I was a weird child!)

  35. JAWS – Can’t beat a bit of classic SHARK action!

  36. Jaws – classic!

  37. Piranha absolute classic still scares the bejesus out of me!

  38. The Creature From the Black Lagoon – An old classic, you can still see the rubbish costume of the creature.

  39. Jaws – an absolute classic for suspense.

  40. Jaws was a classic, still makes me scared to go in the water ????

  41. Classic, Jaws that shark or one of its buddies just keeps on coming back!!

  42. Jaws is a classic, but a more recent favourite was Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus? – proper cheesy horror x

  43. Below

  44. jaws, it was so scary and funny

  45. Piranha

  46. jaws amazing

  47. Jaws – its taught me to swim very fast (in my head anyway) as my instructor used to tell me he lived under the grills beneath the old victorian swimming pool i had lessons at!

  48. Jaws – the reason for bigger boats everywhere

  49. Jaws, That Movie Changed Everything, As A Kid I Was Afraid To Swim In A Lake 😥

  50. jaws

  51. Jaws because it’s a timeless classic that is being watched by the younger generation and loved just as much!

  52. Jaws it’s great we did the universal experience as kids boy did I scream

  53. I love lake placid, used to watch it with my sisters when we were younger all the time.

  54. You can’t beat piranha – scared the living daylights out of me when I was a kid.

  55. Lake Placid – always makes me giggle – Like the section where the old lady takes the cow down the water’s edge

  56. ‘Open Water’- If you throw yourself into the film, it is truly scary and thought provoking ! I found it distressing and desperately exciting a the same time .

  57. deep blue for me the movie major freaks me out.

  58. Jaws, classic 🙂

  59. Raise the Titanic – a truly horrific film – should never had been made

  60. Lake Placid was great movie a bit of comedy and some horror thrown in there also same for Anaconda.

  61. The host, a great korean monster movie

  62. Black Water it made me jump quite a few times 🙂

  63. Sharktopus, for the sheer comedy value!! :mrgreen:

  64. It’s got to be Jaws – no contest!

  65. JAW2

  66. Deep blue sea – Great plot and you have to love that parrot

  67. Jaws – without a doubt I still think about the opening credits when swimming in the sea.

  68. I remember watching The Fog when I was a teenager and it scared the life out of me especially when the phantoms from the ship come out of the fog to wreak their revenge in the lighthouse

  69. Ghost Ship – it felt like a return to good old fashion horror with a decent storyline when it came out, Still holds its own.

  70. JAWS because it was scary at the time.

  71. Jaws as when i went to see it with my mum and dad many years ago she screamed the place down x

  72. The Jaws franchise… 😈

  73. Has to be the classic JAWS.

  74. Anaconda

    Jon Voight, what a baddie!!

  75. Got to be Jaws, just a classic movie and that music…….

  76. Deep blue

  77. the original Jaws – for it`s day, it was scary as and so many scenes are still so memorable

  78. The original The Fog because of the creepiness and originality of the movie

  79. love open water 👿

  80. Virus starring Jamie Lee Curtis as some of the robot creations are quite creepy and it is a well-paced movie.

  81. Deep Blue Sea – comical yet highlights the dangers of playing with nature

  82. Ghost Ship is amazing!

  83. It’s got to be Jaws, I think mainly for nostalgic reasons but it still makes me jump when the sharks head comes out of the water x

  84. Looks Scary 🙂

  85. The 2002 film Below is the best water-based horror film in my opinion! Even though there is not a lot to look at, with regards to special effects, scenery etc, the plotline is pretty solid. It’s set in a 1943 submarine and you get really drawn into the film as the crew start to fall apart and a really eerie presence is really well portrayed!

  86. Dead Calm. It’s really chilling.

  87. Jaws of course. Still a classic

  88. has to be jaws

  89. Deep Blue Sea i think its a fab fil very much like jaws but better in my opinion

  90. Has to be Jaws – the original and the best…it’s the music (and of course the shark)

  91. has to been JAWS

  92. The old classic of jaws

  93. Jaws – makes me scared to go in the water at the beach

  94. Piranha, because I’m a big fan of one of it’s stars!

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