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Anchor Bay Home Entertainment is releasing Battle Royale: The Complete Collection, which includes the cult classic Battle Royale and its sequel Battle Royale II, on Blu-ray and DVD March 20, which marks the first time in high-definition for both titles. We have a contest running and we're giving away copies of this Blu-ray set to our readers. These high-def boxed sets will surely go fast, so enter this contest today.
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Battle Royale. A title that has shocked, thrilled and unnerved audiences. A film whose fiendishly simple premise has inspired many imitations, including the upcoming The Hunger Games motion picture. Based on the 1999 global best-seller by Koushun Takami, the futuristic tale first came to the screen in 2000, directed by the legendary Kinji Fukasaku. Authors, filmmakers and film fans the world over consider the film and its 2003 sequel Battle Royale II sacred cinematic classics. And now, fans can own them on high-definition Blu-ray and DVD!
On March 20th, Anchor Bay Entertainment proudly brings the Battle Royale: The Complete Collection to Blu-ray and DVD for the first time in North America. Featuring state-of-the-art HD transfers, hi-res audio and a wealth of bonus features that delve deep into this truly international phenomenon - the three disc Blu-ray plus bonus DVD set has an Srp of $49.99 and an Srp $44.98 for the four disc DVD. »
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