Win MARTYRS on DVD In Our Competition


To celebrate the release of MARTYRS – out now on DVD and Digital HD – we have a copy on DVD to giveaway.

A brilliant reimagining of the French revenge shocker, this all-new version puts its own bloody stamp on the story – but is just as harrowing, visceral and gutsy. Directed by the “ones to watch” sibling duo of Kevin and Michael Goetz (Scenic Route), Martyrs is one of the most exciting horror remakes yet.

It also boasts some great performances from its young cast, with Troian Bellisario and Bailey Noble proving themselves as two scream queens for the ultra-violent generation – plus cult star Toby Huss makes the most chilling appearance of his career.

For your chance to win MARTYRS on DVD, simply comment below telling us which is your favourite remake and why.

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Tuesday 12th April 2016 and one valid comment will be chosen and notified by email.

• This promotion is open to UK residents only.
• Entrants must be aged 18 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 Martyrs DVD
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.

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  1. The seven Samurai was remade into the magnificent seven. I have seen boih. I hate seven Samurai but love the magnificent seven . main reasons it’s got a load of good actors in it, and nearly all of them are legend.

  2. The Thing, still remains one of the best horror films of all time. Even the special effects have (just about) stood the test of time

  3. It would have to be The Hills Have Eyes. Although in keeping to the original story it brings the film to the modern generation. The original now looking dates die or the budget. A bigger budget, great make up and increased violence helps the remake surpass the original. It may not be a new idea anymore, but it a crowded genre of mutated cannibal films and remakes, this defiantly stands out

  4. the last house on the left, the original looks very dated where as the remake brings it up to date but keeps with the original story

  5. I’m going with The Fly from 1986 – Jeff Goldblum is brilliant in the lead role and it’s overall a classier (and gorier) production that its 1958 counterpart.

  6. I watched the “Carrie” with Chloë Grace Moretz and Julianne Moore the other night and was very impressed – def better than the original 🙂

  7. Mine Is The Evil Dead when i first heard that they were remaking it it filled me with dread but the remake pays homage to the original while blazing its own path with a new and unique story which is rare in a remake.

  8. Texas Chainsaw Massacre. I’ve seen the remake several times with my daughters and we all enjoy it. Horror films are our favourite!

  9. John Carpenter’s 1982 remake of ‘The Thing’ is one of my favourite horror movies of all time. Much better than the more recent 2011 reboot though 😉

  10. I think the 2004 “Dawn of the Dead.” I remember a lot of the original horror films that have been remade and in the vast majority of cases they remake falls well short of the original. Along with “Dawn of the Dead” improvements definitely occurred with “The Fly” and “The Thing.”

  11. House on Haunted Hill, not as good as the original but because of Geoffrey Rush’s caricature of Vincent Price in the lead role.

  12. The Thing (1982) was a truly great film. It was not only far superior than it’s original, it was far superior than most horror films.

  13. The Crazies is a remake of the low budget 1973 original and is everything a remake should be. This creepy re-imagining contains just enough original concepts and classic tribute material to make it a fantastic film. I am not usually a fan of remakes but have to admit that this film and its team delivered.

  14. The Last House on the Left… I enjoyed some of the minor changes, like leaving the daughter alive, that made it feel more suspenseful… there was more for the characters to fight for.

  15. No love for “Halloween”?

    I’m a big Rob Zombie fan, and I thought his take on the story was… unique. At least he made it his own, right?

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