Win ZOMBIE FIGHT CLUB on DVD In Our Competition!

 Posted by on August 23, 2015  News
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Win a copy of Zombie Fight Club on DVD!

The Raid meets Dawn of the Dead in this crazy zombie smackdown!

While the zombie apocalypse brings Taipei to the brink of collapse, an apartment block in the corner of the city becomes riddled with crime. But things go from bad to worse when it’s overrun by zombies; infecting the residents, bystanders and even a SWAT team sent in to help. Surrounded by zombies and with no way out but down, the last remaining survivors Andy (Andy On) and Jenny (Jessica C) soon find themselves trapped in an underground arena of the undead. With nothing left to do but fight, can they battle their way through the hordes of zombies and escape the apocalypse?

Zombie Fight Club is out on DVD from 31st August 2015

For your chance to win ZOMBIE FIGHT CLUB on DVD, simply comment below telling us which is the bloodiest Asian horror film you’ve seen.

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Monday 7th September 2015 and one valid comment 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 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 Zombie Fight Club on DVD
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.

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  74 Responses to “Win ZOMBIE FIGHT CLUB on DVD In Our Competition!”

  1. battle royale

  2. My opinion is “Audition” 1999 directed by Takashi Miike is the bloodiest Asian horror film I’ve seen

  3. I’m gonna go with ‘Guinea Pig: Flower Of Flesh And Blood’ 😉

  4. Battle Royale.

  5. Battle Royale

  6. Battle Royale, which I only saw for the first time recently. Now I understand all the fuss!

  7. Old boy

  8. I would say Azumi 1+2, amazing films aswell 🙂

  9. oldboy was pretty bad

  10. battle royale

  11. Tokyo Gore Police, also the most hilariously awful.

  12. Battle Royale

  13. Audition although i did find it quite disturbing

  14. Battle Royale. Great movie!

  15. Old Boy as was one of only a few I`ve seen like this

  16. the man with the iron fists

  17. Audition

  18. I suppose it’s Battle Royale, with Battle Royale 2 as a follow up.

  19. Old boy!

  20. I haven’t seen any Asian films as such, but the Asian scene in Kill Bill was really gory.

  21. The Village of Eight Graves

  22. A Slit-Mouthed Woman (Japanese) great film.

  23. Battle Royale

  24. how about “why don’t you play in hell?”. sounds like a horror, actually an action/comedy/yakuza film and genuinely awesome. a twisted love letter to action cinema. the last 30minutes are just a massive bloody battle pushing every boundary you can think of. blood everywhere.

  25. battle royale x

  26. Audition

  27. Thirst – this is one of the few Asian films I’ve seen, but it was quite bloody (and funny).

  28. Haven’t seen any that were gory

  29. Imprint (dir. Takashi Miike, 2006)

  30. Evil Dead Trap

  31. Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky

  32. Ichi The Killer was pretty gross – but im going to have to go and check out Tokyo Gore Police now ive seen it listed. But I think the 1965 Samurai Assassin deserves an honourable mention too!

  33. Old boy

  34. Audition for me too. What a great film.

  35. Battle Royale

  36. The Raid

  37. The Raid was pretty gory, great martial arts though.

  38. Battle Royale

  39. Enter the Dragon, great martial arts film, with loads of new ways of kicking someone in the testicles.

  40. Battle Royale

  41. Old Boy was pretty gory in parts but Battle Royale was killing all the way thru! x

  42. Battle Royale

  43. Battle Royale

  44. Ichi The Killer = ridiculous violence…

  45. I’d have to go for Battle Royale too.

  46. defo battle royale

  47. Battle Royale – BEST EVER!

  48. Ichi The Killer for sure!

  49. Battle Royale

  50. Battle Royale – I also thought it was rubbish.

  51. Battle Royale

  52. Old Boy for me

  53. Battle Royale.

  54. Battle Royale.

  55. Battle Royale is one of my favourite films – can not believe it came out 15 years ago. Not sure if I would class it as a horror however it’s dystopian world is horrific. The novel is worth a read too.

  56. For me, it has to be Tokyo Gore Police. Brutal, violent and yet, very beautful.

  57. Battle Royale – The original Hunger Games!

  58. In my eyes its definatly Battle Royale! Brutal!

  59. Battle Royale 1 and 2! Especially gory with the exloding collars

  60. It had to be battle royale- very gory

  61. never seen one

  62. Definitely Battle Royale!

  63. Battle Royale.

  64. Battle Royale

  65. Ichi the Killer. Even by Takashi Miike’s standards, that’s some messed up stuff right there.

  66. South Korean’s A BLOODY ARIA (2006)
    by director Won Shin-yeon -totally sickening ,I actually dont recommend it

  67. Battle Royale

  68. Battle Royale

  69. battle royale

  70. Love zombie films. waiting for a zombie Apocalypse

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