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Soreelflix and AnimEigo are giving away a copy of Eleven Samurai on DVD

Thanks to Natsumi Ueki  from AnimEigo for sending me an extra copy to giveaway to one of my lucky readers.

I enjoyed this movie and so that is why I asked for an extra copy. You can read my review of Eleven Samurai [Here]

-To Enter:

  • Answer the Question below. Post your answers in this post below. If you post anywhere else it wont count as i I wont see it. No wrong answers, posters will become part of the random selection,winner will be randomly selected by this site [Here]


What are you top 3 films where some one is using a sword?

– Rules:

  • Usa residents only. Sorry every one else outside, The movie is region coded. But don’t worry every Friday I giveaway digital copies of movies [Here] and any one can win.
  • Would like the winner to send a photo of them with prize to show that the giveaways are real. Photo will be posted below where you can see the winners from the past contests. (You can cover you face like I didn’t if you want)
  • Post you answer in this post below
  • contest ends on March 22,2013 3pm et

Thanks for playing and good luck

P.S.  If you like the shirt check out my friends site where you can pick up a shirt. [Here]


By Masked Avenger

CEO/Webmaster of The Name Is James and I love Film ranging from Silent 20's to highly CGI Blockbusters of today. Westerns, Horror, world film, basically anything that peaks my interest I own it But Asian Films are what I Prize the most and Half of My collection Consists of Asian Films. Thanks to the Film 5 Deadly Venoms I Hail From The US, Maryland Is where The Ninja Studies and views the Scrolls of Film That Shine on his 46" Screen. I own a sword, I can do a thousand upside down situps, and I randomly disappear in smoke when I'm not writing movie news and or reviews.

18 thoughts on “GiveAway: Eleven Samurai – Contest Ended –”
  1. Samurai: About Miyamoto Musashi starring Toshiro Mifune-san
    Throne Of Blood: starring Toshiro Mifune-san

  2. Hey man, nice contest. How’s it going? I almost put Pulp Fiction but that’s sort of cheating, and everyone loves that film at every given chance anyway, so what’s the point?

    Casshern (The 141 minute uncut version)
    Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
    Harakiri (1962)

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