Win ELIMINATION GAME on DVD In Our Competition!

 Posted by on October 5, 2015  News
Oct 052015


Win a copy of Elimination Game on DVD!

The Running Man meets The Hunger Games in this futuristic action film!

After a civilian massacre in a foreign war zone, Navy SEAL Rick Tyler (Dominic Purcell), is falsely imprisoned for the crime.

But Rick is offered the chance of freedom – all he has to do is enter and survive a deadly game show, which pits him against some of the world’s most ruthless killers in a series of brutal locations. The rules are simple: kill or be killed.

Can Rick survive the game, win his freedom and find out why he was framed for a crime he didn’t commit?

Elimination Game is out on DVD from 12th October 2015

For your chance to win ELIMINATION GAME on DVD, simply comment below telling us which is your favourite film focused around a deadly game and why.

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Sunday 18th October 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
• 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 Elimination Game on DVD
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.


BatWhilst I love prosthetic effects, stop-motion animation and gore, nothing can beat 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. I don't do 3D movies so put the red and green spex away!

  87 Responses to “Win ELIMINATION GAME on DVD In Our Competition!”

  1. The Running Man, first one that came to mind so must be my favourite

  2. Running Man – One of my favourite films. So may classic Arnie quotes and a great film!

  3. TRUTH OR DARE’ because its build on Horror about teens who have to choose truth or dare to Live in the game it because exciting and Interesting where you can pick a question to threw to person Your playing with ,I loved this film and Game

  4. running man

  5. The maze runner, fanastic film, I cant wait to see the scorch trials 🙂

  6. PIXELS, it’s got all my old 8 bit favourites.

  7. Don’t know if it counts as a game but Battle Royale was an amazing film. It’s the only film I have watched where I have actually cared for the characters.

  8. The Game starring Michael Douglas and Sean Penn. A really suspenseful film that kept me on the edge of my seat until the final twist at the end.

  9. Death Race 2000 – incidentally this was the first film i “owned” buying a VHS copy in 1982 for £40!

  10. The John Woo film “Hard Target” – it’s very exciting and Lance Henriksen and Arnold Vosloo play good villains.

  11. The Game starring Michael Douglas and Sean Penn. Lots of twists and turns.

  12. I like the ‘Saw’ movies

  13. The Condemned, on a island looks like fun 😉

  14. I loved Truth or Die, firstly loved that it was a british movie, and also love a film with a good twist.

  15. The condemned with great soundtrack by Nickelback

  16. The Cube, that movie had me on edge all the way through.

  17. The Running Man for me, a classic combination of cheesy Sci Fi, Arnie flexing pecs and dropping the one liners and ruling the screen. Hard to beat

  18. as to the Running man

  19. The Hunger Games

  20. The Game – even with the title you’re a long way in before you realise it’s all a set up.

  21. I love The Maze Runner

  22. The Game had me transfixed when it came out

  23. The Game- unexpected and really scary

  24. Battle Royale – a fantastic piece of film making (shame about the sequel!). An excellent premise, nice build-up, good gruesome deaths and a satisfying conclusion.

  25. saw films

  26. The maze runner such an amazing film and keeps yoammyu constantly interested

  27. Im going to go for the classic the good,the bad and the ugly because of the tension at the end as the watch plays the tune before they all draw their guns and im sure everyone has a favourite that they hope will survive

  28. The running man! Classic Arnie at his very best!

  29. 12 Rounds, each round is deadlier than the last.

  30. Rollerball (the original, not the remake!) – James Caan is fantastic and it’s such an unsettling film

  31. The running man had great credits

  32. Saw 🙂

  33. running man

  34. The Card Player, by Dario Argento.

  35. This sounds a bit like The Running Man which was brilliant

  36. The Game – I enjoyed that one.

  37. The Deer Hunter, Vietnam was the last war they had which you could protest against.

  38. Tough choice for me between ‘Battle Royale’ and ‘The Game’ starring Michael Douglas. I think the latter just edges it because it kept me guessing all the way through and was so cleverly written.

  39. Silent Hill – horror and death and set in a perfect atomosphere, bloody, scary and creepy all in one.

  40. Gymkata A cracking Martial arts film with a deadly game of chase and kill involved.

  41. Has to be Arnie’s Running Man, if there was a gameshow like that i’d watch it for sure

  42. Saw – if only for the Simpsons parody

  43. The Hunger Games as it was so like the book

  44. The Hunger Games because it had me sat on the edge of my seat from start to finish

  45. The running man… What happened to Buzzsaw? … He had to split

  46. Death Race 2000, hilarious

  47. TURKEY SHOOT from 1982, the first deadly game type film i saw and still my favorite, a true gore fest

  48. Has to be the running man!

  49. Jumanji for a kids film its quite deadly

  50. The maze runner, its great movie, something different

  51. running man love arnie lol

  52. The Game with Michael Douglas, it was suspenseful and the ending was a huge surprise and relief, well almost

  53. Saw. Really messed up when the first one came out. Such a shock!

  54. The Running Man, a great classic.

  55. Jumanji! Why? Just because I think it’s a great film

  56. War Games. Who knew noughts and crosses could be so catastrophic?

  57. It has to be saw

  58. All of the Saw films. Really inventive.

  59. I would love to say The Running Man, but the film is poor compared to the book. So I will say The Game, with a great cast and story

  60. The Game was a proper edge of seat thriller

  61. Hunger Games

  62. The Hunger Games – although the books were better!

  63. I like the Maze Runner films and enjoyed having read the books to see the characters and story come alive through the films

  64. The running man as its fun exciting, and had the great arnold schwarzenegger in it

  65. the hunger games – its just the best

  66. Running Man, Hunger Games or Condemned 3 great movies which you could keep going back to time and again.

  67. Battle Royale, great original concept

  68. Speed

  69. Running Man classic thriller

  70. The Hunger Games

  71. The running man

  72. Death Race

  73. saw’s movies as they are great xx

  74. Death Race 2000 love this film !

  75. The Hunger Games

  76. Death Race 2000 – there`s few others of this ilk I`ve seen but I really enjoyed this one for all its gritty action

  77. Death Race 2000 – great action film

  78. The Game – a decent movie all round

  79. I loved the first Deathrace 2000. Had such a crush on David Carradine.

  80. I really enjoyed the Hunger Games (and I really thought I wouldn’t as I am a huge Battle Royale fan)

  81. The hunger games

  82. Running Man

  83. Running Man – because Arnie.

  84. Speed because it was intense

  85. Has to be SAW – its so messed up!

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