Win SHARK KILLER on DVD In Our Competition!




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To celebrate the release of SHARK KILLER, on DVD from 20th July 2015 in the UK, we’ve two copies to give away to our readers!

They’ve always been present, they’ve always been deadly, and this summer they’re back in the water.  When one of nature’s deadliest creatures threaten your town’s tourist-beach-boom-summer, you need one man with a very big knife.  You need Chase Walker.

When he’s not got his hands full as a lady killer, Chase Walker is a Shark Killer.  Calm under stress, but a little stressed under water, he knows his sharks – which is why he’s been called upon to track down a particular shark with a bellyful of one rare, intoxicating diamond; and why he has his brother’s lawyer in a wetsuit keeping a close eye on him.

With an eye for the ladies and a harpoon gun for the sharks, when the blood starts bubbling and the sea starts churning, you need a Shark Killer.

For your chance to win SHARK KILLER on DVD, simply comment below telling us your favourite shark movie and why.

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Monday 27th July 2015 and two valid comments will be chosen and notified by email.

T&C’s
• This promotion is open to UK residents only.
• Entrants must be aged 15 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 Shark Killer on DVD
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.



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100 Comments

  1. Gotta be Jaws, a classic. Still scares the doodoo outta me now. Great cinematography too, Spielberg is a genius

  2. The original Jaws movie. Effects wise it’s primitive by today’s standards but it’s a timeless classic, with the music perfectly complementing the tension.

  3. there is only one genuine answer to that and its Jaws because of the tension and the power of the shark in it is enermous

  4. the original Jaws as there are still so many (what seemed to be then)scary bits in it I still remember and it was great yet scary viewing at the time

  5. Can it be anything else than 2 Headed Shark Attack? The pacing is near perfect and the script by Edward DeRuiter (story), H. Perry Horton (screenplay) is sharp and lean, with surprising depth and maturity. The lead, well respected character actress, Carmen Electra, proves her worth again as she shows the depth and range of her truly astonishing acting. Obviously you’ll all have seen this classic and doubtless will be voting for it as well…………………. 😯 AAAAARGGGHHHHH! I can’t keep it up any longer, I nearly had to burn my eyes out watching this trash.

    Is there any other winner here than the original three men in a boat? Jaws, no question, no discussion, except no substitutes.

  6. Has to be “Jaws”. When Richard Dreyfuss was getting the shark tooth from the hole in the small boat I nearly pooped my pants when the head fell out of the hole. Arrrgh!

  7. Deep Blue Sea – it tells us about the dangers of genetic engineering as well and has some pretty cool scenes

  8. It would be a lie and a betrayal not to say the original ‘JAWS’ movie, but I loved Sharknado…although I admit I was totally drunk and watching it with similarly innebriated friends 😉

  9. Jaws. I went with my Mum and Dad and a friend and his parents to see it just after Christmas 1975. Aside from the amazing filming and fabulous music my most memorable part of the film is when the head falls out of the hole in the boat and the music gives a huge crash, my Dad jumped so high and came down with such a wallop that the whole row of seats was forced backwards and everyone else burst out laughing.
    One of my most endearing memories of my Dad who died four years ago.

  10. what else but the first Jaws movie, it was so original and made you jump and who can forget that music??? da dum, da dum da dum dum dum dum DUM

  11. Jaws. Even though the shark isnt the most realistic it is a brilliant gripping movie. John Williams soundtacks great too

  12. I love Sharknado! I know it’s cheesy but I think it’s great, and now there are 2 sequels…the 3rd I was fortunate to see being filmed in Florida earlier this year 🙂 x

  13. Has to be the original Jaws which is well acted,great movie theme music and of course the huge Great White shark

  14. Jaws because it is the original, really!
    But, I was watching Wayne West in an early Batman episode, and it was hilarious .. Batman is hanging out of the helicopter with a shark (obviously, very very, plastic, of course) hanging off his leg. He grimmaces a tiny bit, then shouts up, ‘Robin, quick, throw me the shark repellant spray!!’
    One squirt and that joker (not the one with a painted face .. the other one, the fishy kind) was done for.
    Shark fell straight back into the ocean without lunch!!
    Now that really is a fishy tale ….. xx

  15. Jaws – the original and the best, though the scene that really made me jump wasn’t the shark itself but the head bobbing out of the wreckage

  16. The Original Jaws. It is the original and still the film by which all other shark movies should be judged. Effect are better now but it also had a good story.

  17. Jaws because it’s a classic and still scares me when I watch it.

    Just love the cast, atmosphere of the movie and theme music- awesome

  18. Deep Blue Sea because there was lots of shark action in the film, and it was more exciting than the likes of jaws.

  19. Sharknado because it is ludicrous I mean literally I watched it and couldn’t believe I had sat and watched it! It was so bad I had to get all my friends to watch it to so I didnt feel alone in the mind numbingness of it!

  20. Sharktopus, for the sheer fun of it, and for the turn-up-for-the-paycheque-ness of the cast, pure gold!!! :mrgreen:

  21. for years i probably would have said JAWS, but now it’s gotta be Sharknado. you’d never see roy schieder taking on a shark with a chainsaw the way they do in Sharknado. awesone fun 😀

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