Win SEOUL STATION on Blu-Ray in Our Competition





Seoul Station is out now on Digital Download and on DVD and Blu-ray from Monday (StudioCanal).

Win a copy on Blu-ray!

Terrified citizens fight for their lives against the viral undead in this thrilling prequel to the monster hit zombie classic Train To Busan, SEOUL STATION, a slick and scary, beautifully animated masterwork that doesn’t pull any punches.

For your chance to win a copy SEOUL STATION, simply comment below telling us which is your favourite animated movie and why.

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Wednesday 12th April 2017 and one valid comment will be chosen and notified by email.

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• This promotion is open to UK residents only.
• Entrants must be aged 15 years or older
• One entry per household
• 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 SEOUL STATION Blu-Ray
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.

 

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83 Comments

  1. Ice Age (All of them) Because they are brilliant with really good evolutionary and historical in-jokes

  2. Has to be ‘Wallace & Gromit: Curse of the Were-Rabbit’
    The funniest horror film about a vegetarian monster ever ????

  3. The Illusionist (L’Illusionniste) – Sylvian Chomet’s 2010 animation based on Jacques Tati’s previously unused script – has wonderful scenes based in 1950s Edinburgh and manages to convey the story with minimal dialogue!

  4. Shaun The Sheep: The Movie. I had to watch it three times till I got all the jokes, I was too busy laughing at the obvious one in the foreground I missed others in the background.

  5. Shrek 😀 😀 it’s always been my favourite since it came out. I’m one of those annoying people that know all the words 😀

  6. Love all the Studio Ghibli films. Spirited Away was the first one I saw however so that always has special meaning to me.

  7. Kubo & The Two Strings – the stop motion is amazing, the story is brilliant, the voice work is superb, it’s just a 10/10 film

  8. Heavy Metal (1981), stupid cheesy fun. Great after a few beers. Also, Transformers: The Movie, because nostalgia.

  9. wallace & Gromits the wrong trousers because of the amount of time and detail that went into making it and both young and old could watch it

  10. Pinnochio – frightened the life out of me when I was little. Boys turning into donkies makes a big impression when you’re 5 yrs old !!

  11. Howl’s Moving Castle – I did my uni dissertation on anime in the year this came out and it holds a special place in my heart

  12. The Lion King because its themes are deeper, more epic and more explicit than many of the other Disney classics. Mulan and Hercules are great too in that respect, but the Lion King has the upper hand because it also features animals as main characters and the African wilderness for the setting, something Disney had never done before and is likely to never do again.

  13. Team America – World Police. So much detail and hilarious all the at through. We still yell ‘Matt Damon’ at each other years later.

  14. Would it be cheating to say my favourite animated movie was ‘Train to Busan’? 😉 Ok…then I’ll be honest and say ‘Death Note’ – awesome!

  15. Belleville Rendez-vous (otherwise known as The Triplets of Belleville) – Completely different in the animation genre and stands out from work from contributions from Disney, Pixar, DreamWorks etc and Japanese Anime. Great soundtrack that keeps my feet tapping and very suitable for adults – Deserved the 2 Oscar nominations, just wish there were more like this great and wacky movie.

  16. Paprika – quirky Japanese psychodelia. I think Christopher Nolan took a lot from this film for one of his blockbusters. Iron Giant is underrated too.

  17. Fantasia! It’s a masterpiece and I’ve loved ever since I first saw it with my grandparents when I was about 6.

  18. My Neighbour Totoro – I think all of the Miyazaki films are great. It has a good story, nice animation and is suitable for all the family.

    The Studio Ghibli films show that there is much more to anime than Saturday morning kids cartoons or lots of schoolgirls in short skirts

  19. Has to be Ice Age – the original and the best in the Ice Age series of films. Good story, credible characters, great fun

  20. My favourite animated movie is Spirited Away. It is simply beautiful. The animation is amazing and totally immersive.

  21. Pinnochio … Love how the little boy made of wood grew into a real boy … Lovely storyline lovely animations

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