Hey Australia, Win LONE WOLF AND CUB Ultimate Collection DVD Boxset As We Celebrate Toho Month At ScreenAnarchy!
Founded in 1932 and still going strong today Toho Co. Ltd. is a Japanese film and distribution company. It is headquartered in Tokyo and outside Japan it is best known as the producer and distributor of many kaiju (monster) and tokusatsu (special effects) movies, the films of Akira Kurosawa, and the anime films of Studio Ghibli. Its most famous worldwide creation is Godzilla.
Twitch along with Madman Entertainment are celebrating May as the month of Toho and as such have five weeks of fantastic giveaways up for grabs!
This is week one which means the chance to own one of three of the ultimate collection of smash hit Samurai cult classic Lone Wolf and Cub; collecting all the movies on 7 discs (includes the re-cut English-subbed Shogun Assassin)!
Ogami Itto- master swordsman- the Shogun's Royal executioner. Falsely accused by the evil Yagyu clan, stripped of rank, his wife murdered - leaving only his infant son Daigoro. No longer Royal Samurai and son, now Lone Wolf and Cub - sword for hire on a bloody path of revenge. Masterful swordplay, diabolical enemies and the highest bodycount in Samurai history make the Lone Wolf and Cub series the ultimate collectible classic.
Lone Wolf and Cub is a highly influential film series that has touched films such as Ronin, Sin City and is even featured in Kill Bill Volume 2, and it is not hard to see why. The films are ultra violent, ending in absurdly entertaining climaxes that have to be seen to be believed.
To get your hands on this highly collectible DVD set simply email me at kwenton[at]screenanarchy[dot]com with a quote from any of the films (if you do not know one just look it up and pick something cool). Make sure you include your name and address.
Competition closes 10/05/2013 AEST. The next competition starts next week, so there will be plenty of chances to win! Good luck!
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