Win a T-Shirt and DVD of ROBOT OVERLORDS In Our Competition!


To celebrate the upcoming release of ROBOT OVERLORDS, we’ve two prize bundles to give away in our competition!

The adults lost the war and now the kids must save the world! Robots rule the streets and the people are locked in their homes. Stepping outside risks being vaporised by a hulking Sentry or picked off by a lethal Sniper.

Through the ruins of Britain a group of kids, led by Callan McAuliffe (The Great Gatsby), set out to join the Resistance. Hot on their heels however is their old teacher turned robot collaborator Mr Smythe, played by Ben Kingsley (Iron Man 3) and his captive Gillian Anderson (The X-Files).

Starring Ben Kingsley, Callan McAuliffe, Gillian Anderson, Milo Parker, Geraldine James, Ella Hunt, Steven Mackintosh, Craig Garner and Tamer Hassan, Robot Overlords is directed by Jon Wright.

Signature Entertainment Presents Robot Overlords on Digital HD from July 24th and on DVD & Blu-ray August 10th 2015

For your chance to win a Robot Overlords t-shirt and DVD, simply comment below telling us which is your favourite movie featuring robots and why.

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Thursday 6th August 2015 and two valid comments will be chosen and notified by email.

• This promotion is open to UK residents only.
• Entrants must be aged 12 years or older
• One entry per household
• 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
• 2 winners will each win 1x Robot Overlords t-shirt and DVD
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.

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  1. I, Robot. I prefer this one because it is actually quite scary as I believe that this scenario could actually happen in the real world in the not too distant future!

  2. I love bumblebee from transformas because he’s cool! I also love johny five because he’s the first robot to have made me cry 🙂

  3. The Empire Strikes Back and in the words of R2-D2 I love it because ‘BeeYoop BeeDeepBoom Weeop DEEpaEEya’

  4. It has to be the Star Wars films – full of excellently designed robots/droids (some with great personalities), many of which I collected as figures many years ago.

  5. Transformers, mainly because they were able to “translate” the animated robotics of the original TV series onto the big screen in live action (admittedly via CGI) so successfully that my inner child was both impressed and regressed!

  6. Transformers is my favourite – great family entertainment, and I loved watching the robot transform and the storyline was excellent too.

  7. Terminator 2, as Ive watched it so many times but never tire of it. the story line is ace, its full of action and adventure, whats not to like?

  8. I loved the film Robot and Frank – not horror, I know but funny and sweet. I remember loving the original Robocop in my youth as well…

  9. Pacific Rim because I like a good monster on robot dust up, plus it was directed by Guillermo del Toro.

  10. Blade Runner because it brings up the question that in the future will people be able to tell the difference between robots and humans

  11. The original Star Wars. Absolutely loved it and at the time it was “cutting edge” special effects. Must admit it’s kept it’s interest too. Can still watch it now after all these years.

  12. Terminator 2 – watched it at the cinema when it first came out and still find it really watchable, even though I am not into sci-fi

  13. Has to be the original version of “The day the Earth stood still” with Michael Rennie. It’s an absolute classic and the first film to tell us about global warming and the misuse of the Earth’s resources.

  14. The Terminators are my fave – paticularly the T800 series, although they all seem pretty easy to destroy in the future scenes it’s only in the present day Arnie is indestructable isn’t it? 😉

  15. Terminator films are the best, I can’t wait to see the new Terminator at the cinema, we’re going on Friday for my hubbys birthday.

  16. Gort in the original The Day the Earth Stood Still didn’t feature a huge amount in the film but held a cold menace throughout.

  17. Batteries not included it is a fantastic family film that i have watched on numerous occasions and has a happy ending and is very endearing

  18. it’s chopping mall. and anyone who says anything else hasn’t seen chopping mall. awesome, awesome film.

  19. Short Circuit because it’s a classic, 9 because it’s quirky and sweet, Bladerunner because he’s really a robot! 8)

  20. I am going to say the terminator but I know he isn’t technically a robot but still Terminator one is amazing

  21. My favourite robot movie…the original War of the Worlds (1953), Were they robots or aliens or living spaceships…you decide!

  22. The original animated Transformers movie from 1986. I was only a kid & the death of Optimus Prime shocked me as I thought that, as a robot, he would simply be repaired or rebuilt!

  23. Iron Giant still an awesome even now i have grown up (sort of!!) and something i can watch with my children.

  24. So many awesome films featuring Robots… How can I choose just one? ;D
    -Batteries Not Included
    Are all awesome films 😀

  25. It has to be Short Circuit, one of my childhood favs! Would you have also classed the ship in the Navigator as a type of robot?! 😛

  26. Many have said it but I agree – Short Circuit is hard to beat from a robot point of view. There’s never been a more endearing/funny/human robot ever created. Looked cool as well, albeit a bit dated now.

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