Win TANK 432 on DVD In Our Competition!





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To celebrate the release of the unnerving, surreal, and gut-wrenchingly tense TANK 432 – out on DVD & Download 22nd August – we have a copy on DVD to giveaway!

From executive producer Ben Wheatley (director of Kill List and High-Rise) comes this knife-edged thriller about a gang of mercenary soldiers who take cover in an abandoned bulldog tank – only to find the real enemy is within.

Written and directed by longtime Wheatley collaborator Nick Gillespie (Sightseers, A Field In England), and starring Rupert Evans (Hellboy), Michael Smiley (Kill List) and April Pearson (Skins), Tank 432 is the next chapter in their very British brand of terror.

“A heady blend of Dog Soldiers and Jacob’s Ladder” Sight & Sound

“Tense, atmospheric & enthralling” Hey U Guys

“Gripping, claustrophobic and intense.” SciFiNow

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For your chance to win Tank 432, simply comment below telling us which is your most memorable moment from a war themed movie.

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Monday 5th September 2016 and one valid comment will be chosen and notified by email.

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• Entrants must be aged 15 years or older
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• 1 winner will win 1x Tank 432 DVD
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87 Comments

  1. Steve McQueen trying to outrun the German army on his motorbike in “The Great Escape”. An epic part of the film all ridden by McQueen and no stunt rider #CoolerKing

  2. Without doubt the opening of Private Ryan as the U.S. troops on, and then off, Omaha Beach on D-Day. Magnificent but harrowing.

  3. When Sean Penn and the others eventually get what they deserve in ‘Casualties of War’; which is probably the most underated war film of all time.

  4. The moment Willem Dafoe gets betrayed by Tom Berenger and gunned down by the Viet Cong in that famous scene from Platoon

  5. i’ll nominate the ending of hitler – dead or alive (1942) where three american mobsters shave hitler bald and allow him to be captured and executed by the ss, who don’t recognise him. cos he’s bald and clean shaven. it’s almost sad ww2 didn’t end that way for real.

  6. telling us which is your most memorable moment from a war themed movie. . . . . . the closing scene from Boy in the Stirped Pyjamas . . . .. the distraught mother who realises HER son has been sent to the gas chambers with the Jews

  7. Tough one there’s been so many but would have to say black hawk down when they cant stop the soldier from bleeding out – devastating!

  8. The start of Fury with the new recruit sent to clean the splattered remains of the the previous soldier inside the tank

  9. The storming of Omaha Beach in Saving Private Ryan, it was epic. It still sticks in my mind after all these years, it was brutal.

  10. I was 12, and the scene were Forest Gump goes to Nam, that was the first time I had seen anything like that, and it was the catalyst that made me look up more films, as it hit me so much.

  11. Apocalypse Now. The opening credits sequence with the thumping sound of the choppers – and the billowing napalm flames coinciding with the music of The Doors, while drunken Captain Willard (Martin Sheen) is in his Saigon hotel room with spinning ceiling fan (and his opening line: “Saigon. Shit. I’m still only in Saigon”)

  12. If we’re going genre, I’m going towards the first reveal of the creatures in the tunnel in Frankenstein’s Army.
    If it’s any war movie ever, I’ll go with the astonishing Omaha Beach scene from Saving Private Ryan.

  13. Schindler’s List scene showing Commandant Amon Goeth shooting prisoners in the camp from the balcony of his villa.

  14. In “The Battle of Britain” when the Luffwaffe bombed an airfield and killed many women in uniform. One was so shocked she lit up a cigarette in the middle of a gas leak.

  15. Tom Hanks/Captain Miller being shot and killed on the bridge by the germans just moments before the typhoons arrived that would have guaranteed all the remaining members of the team their safety.

  16. the moment at the end of schindlers list when all the survivors put a stone on oscar schindlers grave in memory of his sacrifice.

  17. Major Harry Carlyse, (Based on Major Allinson Digby Tatham Warter) – the solder with the umbrella on the bridge at Arnhem in “A Bridge Too Far”.

  18. Mine is a whole film, aged about 9 I saw the Battle of Britain film at the cinema, it was the first time that I had contemplated what had happened in WWII, or any conflict, and it really hit a nerve. Ever since then this has been my favourite film and I have been interested in that period of history. Strangely enough I went on to marry a man who works on the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, so I often see the Spitfires and Hurricanes that took part in the Battle of Britain, and also see the Lancaster and Dakota.

  19. I think the scene which has stuck with me the most is when the ghost soldiers are marching in Bedknobs and Broomsticks – truly terrifying when you’re 12 years old!

  20. In 633 Squadron when the character played by George Chakiris gets bombed by his own side whilst being tortured – that scene always made my mum cry.

  21. In Full Metal Jacket when Private Pyle is locked and loaded in the mess head and Gunnery Sergeant Hartman asks “What is your major malfunction numbnuts?” I wont say any more as its a spoiler

  22. The Dam Busters – as the Lancasters scream upwards away from enemy fire and avoiding the surrounding terrain – still love it now

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