Win The Dogs Of War (Eureka Classics) On Blu-Ray

Eureka Entertainment today (14 October) release THE DOGS OF WAR, John Irvin’s gritty action-thriller starring Christopher Walken and Tom Berenger, for the first time on Blu-ray in the UK, as part of the Eureka Classics range.

Academy Award® winner Christopher Walken (The Deer Hunter, Pulp Fiction) is a brutal mercenary who must fight the ultimate battle – against his own conscience – in this powerful action thriller with a heart-thumping tempo.
The Dogs of War is a spectacular adventure that brilliantly captures the horror – and glory – of war.

Jamie Shannon (Walken) is a cynical warrior-for-hire who only ever feels truly alive in the heat of battle, and now he’s about to take on the most challenging assignment of his career: to invade a corrupt African dictatorship and shift control to the “puppet” of a powerful British corporation. To prepare, Shannon masterfully trains and equips a squad of deadly mercenaries with the latest and most destructive tactics and military hardware. But as their explosive assault begins, Shannon finds himself embroiled in an internal conflict of his own. Will this be his greatest triumph, or has he sold his soul along with his battle expertise?

Praised on release for its dialogue, action, and characters, The Dogs of War is a gritty masterpiece, and one of the best war movies of its era. Eureka Classics is proud to present John Irvin’s feature debut on Blu-ray for the first time in the UK.

THE DOGS OF WAR, a powerful action-thriller starring Christopher Walken & Tom Berenger, is OUT NOW on Dual Format and can be purchased here: https://amzn.to/2KCedQU

We have 3 Blu-Ray copies of DOGS OF WAR, to win a copy please answer the following question…

Q.What continent does Jamie Shannon head to in Dogs Of War?
A.Europe
B.Asia
C.Africa
D.South America


Deadline is Monday 28th October 2019(UK) (23:59pm),If you haven’t done already Like us and stay with us at our Facebook page (if you are already liking us just share this post on twitter and facebook). Must be 18 or older to enter.

– 3 (three) winners will receive 1 (one) Dogs Of Waron Blu-Ray.
– There is no cash or another alternative to the prize stated and the prize is not transferable and no part or parts of the prize may be substituted for other benefits, items or additions.
– The winner will be picked at random. The prize will be delivered to the winner within 28 days of confirmation of delivery address.
– Comp hosted on behalf of Eureka Entertainment will deliver the prize to winning entry.
– The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.
– The promoter of this competition is Eureka Entertainment.
– You must be at least 18 years old to enter.
– The competition is not opened to employees, family, friends of The Peoples Movies,Eureka Entertainment.
– The Peoples Movies takes no responsibility for delayed, lost, stolen prizes as 99% won’t be coming from us but directly from the promoter.
– Prizes may take from days to a few months for delivery which is out of our control so please do not complain
– The winning entries will be picked at random and contacted by email for postal details and will be announced via facebook, sometimes we are unable to confirm winners directly.
– Uk or Irish entries only
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The founder of The People's Movies, started the site 20th November 2008.The site has excelled past all expectations with many only giving the site months and it's still going strong. A lover of French Thrillers, Post Apocalyptic films, Asian cinema. 2009 started Cinehouse to start his 'cinema education' learning their is life outside mainstream cinema. Outside of film, love to travel with Sorrento, Guangzhou and Manchester all favourite destinations.Musically loves David Bowie, Fishbone, Radiohead.

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