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WIN THE ULTRA HD BLU-RAY EDITION OF “LOCK UP”

It’s ‘Stallone September’ with Sly’s return to the big screen in Rambo: Last Blood from the 19th and the release of a brand new, uncut 4K restoration of his 80s cult action thriller LOCK UP on the 23rd September.

And to celebrate we’ve got TWO 4K UHD Blu-ray editions of LOCK UP to GIVE AWAY!

LOCK UP stars Stallone as Frank Leone, a convict who can’t seem to escape the wrath of delightfully villainous warden Drumgoole, played by Donald Sutherland. The action that ensues is riveting from the first trade of one-liners to the final explosion. LOCK UP also introduced a young Tom Sizemore on the big screen (Saving Private Ryan, “Twin Peaks”) in his first movie role.  

For a chance to win a 4K UHD Blu-ray edition simply answer the question below

This 2019 release of LOCK UP marks which anniversary for the film

  1. 20th
  2. 30th 
  3. 40th

Competition closes 18th October 2019

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