Getting prepared for the run up to Christmas, Hasbro Studio are releasing a new Transformers dvd on 14th September. This one is Transformers Prime Season 3: Beasthunters Predacons Rising.  Perfect if you’ve got a Transformers fan and you’re looking to treat them, either as a Christmas gift, or for a ‘starting school’ treat.

For the first time, this feature length film has the Autobots, Decepticons and Predacons joining together to work to save their planet.  They need to destroy Unicorn together.

Transformers Prime, Beast hunters predacons arising

The film will be available on digital download and on dvd from usual outlets.  Or you can enter my competition to win a copy.  Just answer the question, and complete the rafflecopter widget.

T&Cs

  1. UK entry only, over 18s
  2. Giveaway closes 11.59pm 8th October 2015
  3. Entries will be validated according to the rules of entry
  4. There is 1 prize of a Transformers Prime Beast Hunters: Predanos Arising dvd
  5. The data of anyone that enters won’t be passed on to any third parties or used for any unsolicited marketing communications.
  6. Winner will be randomly chosen, and will be shown on this post, with further notifications shared on social media.
  7. Winner will be notified via email, and will need to respond with their postal address within 2 weeks otherwise a further winner will be drawn.
  8. Prize will be sent out within 30 days
  9. This giveaway may be featured on Loquax, Prizefinder and Supeerlucky.me

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Disclosure: We were given the opportuinty to run a giveaway. All words and opnions are my own.

78 Comments

  1. Angela Morgan

    Life of Brian – classic and uplifting

  2. Ruth Wollerton

    Despicable Me – we all love it, the whole family

  3. lia sturman

    Home Alone films as they always makes me laugh

  4. Sarah Saunders

    Far too many to choose just one….Shawshank Redemption, Back to the Future…Most chick flicks. 🙂 xx

  5. (@PeanutHog) Fav family film has to be Mary Poppins. It was my fav as a kid and it is a family favourite now – it never gets outdated. So much fun!

  6. Groundhog Day is m y favourite film because it makes me laugh no matter how many times I watch it and there are some useful life lessons embedded within the story.

  7. Julie Parker

    Despicable me. A very funny film that we will still enjoy in years to come

  8. Trevor Linvell

    The empire strikes back as its the most perfect entertaining film ever made. With action, humour, adventure, fantasy, a bit of romance and the biggest surprise in movie history!

  9. Andrew Grange

    The Wizard Of Oz. It was made in 1939 but is utterly timeless.

  10. Amy Lambert

    All Disney films I just find them so magical!

  11. Gemma Holland

    I love all of the Back To The Future Films, just love Michael J Fox

  12. Diane O'Connell

    Pirates of the Caribbean – Johnny Depp, need I say more x

  13. janine atkin

    labyrinth. i love it just as much now as i did when i was a child

  14. Kim Styles

    Dirty Rotten Scoundrels- I can watch it over and over again and I still giggle- I think it is a good old comedy classic

  15. Victoria Prince

    Mamma Mia! because it’s just a lighthearted feel good film 🙂

  16. Emma Fox

    Despicable Me 2 is the most watched family film in our household.

  17. barbara clarke

    Carrie because it still makes me jump at the end

  18. Curtis Cleary

    Would love to watch this with my sister

  19. Karen Dixon

    Dirty Dancing, fab music, romance and a tear jerker

  20. Emma Wolski

    Bridesmaids – has me in stitches every time!

  21. Jill Fairbank

    Beaches it’s a beautiful film does make me sad though

  22. Rebecca Hussey

    We love Toy story it keeps the kids and adults in the house occupied 🙂

  23. Chantelle79

    Mary poppins I’ve watched it countless times

  24. donna l jones

    dirty dancing is my favourite just love the film

  25. michelle banks

    i love the green mile x makes my cry every time lol

  26. M Salisbury

    Gladiator – a gripping storyline and of course the superb acting by the main characters – I’ve probably watched this film 20 times …… how sad is that!! 🙂

  27. Pam Francis Gregory

    The original Planet of the Apes – The Statue of Liberty scene is class and you spend the first half of the film awaiting for Taylor to get his voice back!

  28. Margaret Clarkson

    “The Ladykillers” – it’s so funny with a fantastic cast.

  29. betony Bennett

    Forrest Gump – such a good story and so well played out 🙂

  30. Jon Sellers

    Has to be Shawshank Redemption. Wonderful feelgood film that I still never tire of watching

  31. holly harmsworth

    I love the Harry Potter films and I can’t pick a favourite of them so just going to have to be greedy and say all of them lol. Brilliant films for kids and adults could sit there and watch them over and over again

  32. Kat Lucas

    I still love to watch Stripes as it always makes me laugh

  33. julie-ann eley

    All the transformers films i am A shia Fan 🙂

  34. Miss Tracy Hanson

    The Rocky Horror Picture Show. It’s so different from anything else and has music, horror and comedy in it, which makes it a great film. Although I suppose you have to be in the mood for it, or you’ll sit and wonder what it’s all about and still not get it by the end. Seen it more times than I care to mention and when I got my first pay packet that’s the first thing I got. 🙂

  35. Chris Hall

    I watch Bridget Jones over and over again I find it light hearted and amusing

  36. Chris Hall

    I watch Bridge Jones over and over again I find it light hearted and easy to watching

  37. lynn HEATH

    My favourite is Bridesmaids as it makes me cry with laughter!

  38. Andy Kadir-Buxton

    The Shawshank Redemption. The main character is Andy, a name that does not crop up in many films, and he escapes to Buxton, my maiden name.

  39. Corinne Peat

    I love Blended because it made me laugh out loud all the through it.

  40. laura stewart

    i like pretty woman because its lovely xx

  41. I love Shaun of the dead, always in the mood to watch it!

  42. Edward Scissorhands – I could use a haircut as well

  43. claire woods

    P.S I Love You because I read the book first and the film is just as good.

  44. Keith Hunt

    Titanic as i have sailed to New York many times.

  45. Paula Readings

    The Goonies, because we like to shout out the tag lines!

  46. karen hutchinson

    dirty dancing- because of Patrick Swayze and the soundtrack

  47. Pulp Fiction as each time I see it I notice something new that I missed before

  48. my favourite film is out of sight with George cloOney because it’s a love story with a twist

  49. laura banks

    weekend at bernies its so cheesy and always makes me laugh

  50. Kim Neville

    Top Gun as Tom Cruise in it and fun memories

  51. Tracy K Nixon

    The Sound of Music! I know every word to every song!

  52. iain maciver

    see no evil,hear no evil fantastic comedy

  53. Becca Staples

    Pretty Woman, you’ve got to love a classic and love Julia Roberts in most films x

  54. Jen Schofield

    I love Harry Potter as it’s just so imaginative

  55. ashleigh allan

    the lion king – its great for the whole family!

  56. Karl Borowy

    hunter x hunter anime series ,,so full of interesting points

  57. Victoria Thurgood

    i love Back to the Future reminds me of being a kid

    • YVONNE SHARPE

      Taken I just love Liam Neeson plus its a great action thriller

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