Jun 042015


To celebrate the release of the gut-wrenchingly violent black comedy GIRLS AGAINST BOYS – on DVD 15th June 2015 – we have a copy to giveaway courtesy of Arrow Films.

Acclaimed indie director Austin Chick turns the revenge movie into a tense psychological journey that’s part horror, part black comedy. Stunningly shot and featuring a cast of breakout stars, this tale of sex, sisterhood, and ultra-violence is not to be missed!

Up-and-coming talent Danielle Panabaker (Friday the 13th, Mad Men) and Nicole LaLiberte (Dexter) handle the edgy material brilliantly and both prove they’re ones to watch.

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For your chance to win GIRLS AGAINST BOYS on DVD, simply comment below telling us which is your favourite female character from a horror film and why?

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Wednesday 17th June 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 Girls Against Boys 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

  77 Responses to “Win Violent Black Comedy GIRLS AGAINST BOYS on DVD In Our Competition!”

  1. i’m gonna go with beatrice dalle’s “la femme” from “a l’interieur”. genuinely terrifying.

  2. Miriam Blaylock played by Catherine Deneuve in The Hunger. Beautiful and deadly.

  3. Regan, from The Exorcist because her mother cooks socks in hell

  4. Carrie. The bullyies get their comeuppance.

  5. Alice from Resi Evil – she’s an utter badass

  6. Carrie (played memorably and convincingly by Cissy Spacek) – what an incredible Stephen King character, and the end play is superb.

  7. Cecile De France in Haute Tension. (Sorry for the spoiler) but there are not many female serial killers who could match her (or male for that matter) ????

  8. I am going to say Mia Farrow in Rosemary’s Baby.

  9. I have to go with Carrie. It’s a shame most bullyies can’t be treated in the same way when they deserve it.

  10. Residence Evil -Alice cause she is one tough monster killer but she has still kept her human values and only kills the baddies

  11. Cecile De France from Haute Tension. Best and most original serial killer, which very few can match

  12. The young female vampire in Let the Right One In – such a sensitively written character

  13. Carrie – lovely lady

  14. Esther from Orphan – the idea of a “child” being so evil and violent was truly disturbing (trying to be careful with my wording to avoid spoilers for anyone who hasn’t seen it)

  15. Annie Wilkes (Kathy Bates) in Misery, just ahaed of Lina Leandersson’s Eli in the original ‘Let The Right One In’ although technically Eli is really a boy vampire ;)…yeah – look it up!

  16. The Girl from teeth – wouldn’t mess with her!

  17. reagan from the exorcist, classic!

  18. Alice from Resident Evil

  19. Ripley from the Alien films – hardcore

  20. Lieutenant Ripley, cos she never gives up!

  21. Has to be Alice from the Resident Evil franchise. Beautiful and deadly but with a gentle side.

  22. Samara / Sadako from the Ring. No other horror character ever freaked me out so much. 🙂

  23. Virginia Madsen Was a good strong lead role in candy man

  24. Been ordered not to watch this alone!! I wonder why?

  25. Regan in the Exorcist – Brilliant performance.

  26. Carrie – she deserved to get back at her bullies.

  27. Annie Wilkes (Kathy Bates) in Misery as it was such a mesmerising performance. The character was truly eerie and menacing.

  28. Kayako in The Grudge – one of the few horror movies to ever leave me still feeling scared a few days *cough-weeks-cough* later and all because of the female antagonist and that death rattle.

  29. Carrie when the bullies get their comeuppance.

  30. Reagan – wow

  31. Emily Perkins in Ginger Snaps and sequels; simply fantastic, genuinely brilliant acting.

  32. Alice From the Resident Evil Films. She really knows how to take care of business.

  33. I’m going to say Santanico Pandemonium,Salma Hayek’s character in From Dusk Til Dawn- exotic and erotic!

  34. Sigourney Weaver, I’ve met her, she’s lovely.

  35. Ripley from the Alien series. A developing character throughout the series

  36. Alice from Resi Evil – she kicks ass

  37. Carrie, because she dishes it out to bullies and should really be a heroine

  38. Alice from Resident Evil because she’s smart, hot and can kick ass.

  39. Sil played by Natasha Henstridge in ‘Species’ because she is sexy and has a great body.

  40. Sissy Spacek`s Carrie from the film (1976) of the same name, as it was an original film, and the character made the film so sinister

  41. Kathy Bates in Misery – soooooo scary!

  42. Elize in Insidious! She is badass!

  43. Carrie 😈

  44. Sissy spacek in the original carrie was very good. hated the newer version though

  45. does chuckies wife count? amazing

  46. Has to be Sidney from the Scream franchises – poor girl 😛

  47. Sydney from ‘Scream’ because of how she develops as a character, becoming stronger & more assertive. She started out screaming & crying, then you see her gaining strength through the movies. It’s fantastic to see a female character treated as a real person instead of just the mother or the whore types.

  48. Regan MacNeil from The Exorcist – because her head goes all the way round!

  49. Megan Fox in Jennifers Body she was great

  50. Ripley, from alien. One of my favourite films

  51. Carrie…All these years later still a stand out performance. 😈

  52. Catherine Isabelle in Ginger Snaps – a female werewolf what’s not to like ?

  53. Ripley, classic 🙂

  54. Alexandra Daddario in the latest Texas Chainsaw Massacre because she is stunningly beautiful.

  55. Ripley in the alien films

  56. Ripley in the alien films shes so tough

  57. kathy bates in misery .. just love her in everything .. but, she is very menacing in misery xx

  58. Sarah Michelle Gellar in the Grudge

  59. Carrie because the bullies got what they deserved!

  60. Has to be Ripley in alien… she seriously kicks ass

  61. Milla Jovovich as Alice in resident evil

  62. Gogo Yubari in Kill Bill 🙂 so bad ass

  63. Samara from The Ring creeped me out! I genuinely felt my spine tingling at the first appearance through the V screen!

  64. Has to be carrie

  65. Would have to be Carrie because she’s so iconic

  66. Reagan from The Exorcist; still the greatest horror ever made

  67. The little old lady from Poltergeist, she’s classic.

  68. Ripley in the Alien movies.
    The bitch is back was not a reference to the alien!

  69. Kathy Bates in Misery, super fan gone wrong.

  70. Samara from The Ring

  71. Alice from Resident Evil

  72. carrie 😉

  73. got to carrie

  74. Buffy Summers. She’s what little monsters are afraid is hiding in their closet at night

  75. Got to be Carrie as great to see the builed winning in the end!

  76. While Not Technically(Nice), Who Kicks More Ass Than Mallory Knox Juliette Lewis Kicks ALL ASS.

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