Win MONSTER HUNTER on DVD In Our Competition!

 Posted by on October 10, 2015  News
Oct 102015


To celebrate the release of Monster Hunter on DVD from 12th October 2015, we’ve five copies to give away to our readers, courtesy of Three Wolves Ltd.

Maiden Woods is a remote and quiet town of decent, hard-working people but something stirs in the dark woods surrounding this isolated community. After a logging company decimates an area of the forest, a rash of increasingly violent and unexplainable events transpires. Sheriff Paul Shields (Kevin Durand) and his deputy (Lukas Haas) struggle to confront their own personal demons while facing down a new breed of raw terror that is possibly older than humanity itself… and much, much hungrier.

For your chance to win MONSTER HUNTER on DVD, simply comment below telling us which was the first monster movie you ever saw.

The competition will end on Saturday 24th October 2015 and five winners will be selected at random from valid entries and notified by email.

• This promotion is open to UK residents only.
• Entrants must be aged 15 years or older
• 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
• 5 winners will each win 1x Monster Hunter on DVD
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.


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  134 Responses to “Win MONSTER HUNTER on DVD In Our Competition!”

  1. Eyeball from 1975

  2. Cannot truly remember which, but it was a Hammer Film as they were being shown on television in the late 60’s early 70’s. So probably a Dracula production.

  3. Hellrasier

  4. Probably The Monster Squad.

  5. King Kong.the 1933 edition on TV in the 1960s. I loved it.

  6. Not entirely sure but would have been a Hammer production of some variation of either Dracula or Frankenstein.

  7. jason and the argonauts back in the 80s

  8. Mary Shelleys Frankenstein, love that film!!

  9. frankenstein

  10. one of the Ray harryhausen films

  11. Son of Godzilla

  12. Jason and The Argonauts in the sixties, especially liked the Talos bronze giant.

  13. The Blob with Steve McQueen

  14. Huh, now there’s a question. Probably something touched by Ray Harryhausen, probably Jason and the Argonauts or one of the Sinbad films – my Gran was a big fan of them, random.

  15. Dracula, Prince of Darkness

  16. I saw an old Oliver Reed film The Curse of the Werewolf on tv when I was younger.

  17. King Kong

  18. I can remember watching “The thing from another planet” when I was a kid back in the sixties. This has been remade 3 times as “The Thing” but the 1950’s original was a decent film from that era.

  19. Can’t remember – one of the Hammer features probably – maybe The Brides of Dracula.. Other than that possibly Alien.

  20. Night Of The Demon

  21. Probably Boris Karloff’s Frankenstein 🙂

  22. The Creature From The Black Lagoon in all its glory in black and white!!!

  23. Jason and The Argonauts in the 80s

  24. Jaws, possibly the greatest monster movie ever. Still stands the test of time in terms of the fear factor. Makes me twitchy in water even in a swimming pool

  25. I think it was The Curse of Frankenstein (1957).

  26. Jaws

  27. Probably one of the old Dracula or Werewolf films when I was too young to watch them really lol. Didn’t matter as I love horror films even now. Our house is haunted too which helps. 😀

  28. Frankenstein

  29. Does ‘Jaws’ count? otherwise maybe ‘King Kong’ the original not the remake

  30. It was either Jaw or Gremlins

  31. “Day of the Triffids” (1962 version) which I saw when I was about six or seven. Fabulously scary then, a romp down Memory Lane today.

  32. Godzilla

  33. When I was about 7 or 8 I snuck downstairs to watch “The Beast with Five Fingers”. My Mum only found out because I had turned the volume on the TV down really low!!! She didn’t tell me off, she thought I was really brave!!

  34. Gremlins, used to have nightmares about Spike!

  35. Sorry can’t remember that far back

  36. Godzilla

  37. Probably King Kong

  38. The Blob!

  39. jaws on holiday when was young

  40. Rawhead Rex a real video nastie from the ’80s

  41. Probably one of the Harryhausen films – probably clash of the titans

  42. It was probably ‘Pete’s Dragon’…but he was hardly a monster 😉 The first scary one was probably ‘Jaws’

  43. Probably one of the early Dracula films

  44. First monster film must have been “Them” – with the giant ants. I was only abot 5 or 6 at the time!

  45. Frankenstein (1931 version) with boris karloff, although it was over 30 years old by the time i watched it as i wasn’t born till 1954 lol.

  46. i think it was the version of godzilla with perry mason edited into it. i remember not being impressed.

  47. American Werewolf in London. I remember being very scared!

  48. The Thing, the original. Still a classic.


  50. The Fly

  51. Moby Dick

  52. Jason and the argonauts

  53. the blob

  54. The first monster movie I remember seeing was The Beast in the Cellar (1970)

  55. Frankenstein, I never found the series to be as frightening as Dracula.

  56. I think it must have been Jaws. Very scary

  57. Creature From The Black Lagoon

  58. The Day of the Triffids scared me to death

  59. Jaws, which certainly scared me. I won’t watch it again!

  60. Gremlins. I would have been 5 or 6 at the time.

  61. Alien I think

  62. I think the original King Kong movie was probably my first

  63. King Kong back in the 90’s although I saw some monsters in the earlier Sinbad movies 🙂

  64. it was jaws x scared me to death lol

  65. Texas Chainsaw Massacre


  67. King Kong the old one

  68. frankenstein

  69. Jason and the Argonauts. Classic film!!

  70. Probably one of the Hammer films

  71. The original Dracula.

  72. Valley of the gwangi on tv. Still enjoy it now

  73. Not scary but Jason and the Argonauts I used to love those crazy special effects

  74. The Lost World which was the 1960 version

  75. Swamp Thing – love it, still do

  76. Not 100% sure but I imagine it was a Hammer House of Horror film.

  77. Frankenstein

  78. King Kong

  79. Pet Cemetary…… scared the life outta me!

  80. The original version of The Blob 🙂

  81. King Kong

  82. Frankenstein – pretty tame now but scary then

  83. Jaws, if that counts!

  84. Godzilla

  85. evil dead

  86. King Kong

  87. Pretty certain it was Jaws!

  88. godzilla

  89. Jaws

  90. Gremlins 2. So cute .. sort of!

  91. Godzilla

  92. Jaws was my first monster movie and still jump at the dude under the water.

  93. Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger

  94. Does Nosferatu count ?

  95. Godzilla

  96. Not sure if it counts, but I remember seeing The Blob with Steve McQueen when I was about 7 years old. Totally freaked me out!

  97. Frankenstein

  98. Banana splits??

  99. I would probably think Ghostbusters, I’ll never forget the nightmares after seeing ‘Slimer’ and the ‘Stay Puff Marshmallow Man’!

  100. I think the first monster movie I ever saw was probably a Scoobydoo cartoon, or possibly The Banana Splits (they were freaky!), although they aren’t really movies. Probably the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre – Leatherface was so misunderstood.

  101. GREMLINS- totally cool movie

  102. probably Godzilla or King Kong

  103. Probably a Frankenstein.

  104. i think gremlins or ghostbusters

  105. Mary Shelleys Frankenstein,

  106. I don’t really watch them but my other half’s was the black and white Dracula and monster films.

  107. king kong

  108. Godzilla

  109. Pet Semetary

  110. jaws Jason and the Argonauts and the triffids film gave me the heebie jeebies

  111. Nightmare on Elm Street

  112. king kong

  113. Jaws at the cinema (I think this was 1976 in the UK ?)

  114. Day of the Triffids. I was very young and it was a black and white movie but it scared me to death!

  115. phantasm

  116. The Exorcist many years ago, I can still picture the head spinning round !!

  117. I think it would have been Nightmare on Elm Street

  118. Hellraiser for me – Fab giveaway – Thanks for the opportunity 🙂

  119. Godzilla, Now I look back and I think what a load of

  120. Christine is a briiliant horror novel by Stephen King

  121. King Kong- the original black and white one with the constantly screaming girl

  122. pans labrynth


  124. Frankenstein

  125. Frankenstein, still my favourite.

  126. Frankenstein – classic

  127. jurassic park watched all them.

  128. Gremlins

  129. Monster Squad. What makes Monster Squad really special are all the funny one-liners and the nostalgic look back at what it was like to be a kid in the 80s.

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