Win a copy of action thriller Muay Thai Warrior on Blu-ray

muay-thai-warrior-film-images130305-18On Tuesday, Well Go USA Entertainment will release the action thriller Muay Thai Warrior on Blu-ray and DVD. To celebrate the release, FilmFetish is giving away 2 copies of the Blu-ray edition of the release, to readers, courtesy of Go USA.

Please read our new contest instructions closely:

  • In order for a chance to win a free copy of Muay Thai Warrior on Blu-ray, submit a Film or TV-related Poll for possible inclusion on FilmFetish.com. If your poll is published to the website, you earn 1 entry into the contest.
  • Polls must contain a question plus anywhere from 3 to 10 optional choices.
  • Submit your best poll questions to: contests@filmfetish.com with the subject “Contest Entry.”
  • You must also include your full mailing address in case you win. If you have a website or blog you would like us to link back to, include that link in your email entry.
  • You may submit up to 3 poll entries per contest.
  • PLEASE NOTE: Polls that get the most votes greatly increase your chances of winning, so make sure you share the link to your poll if it’s published (You’ll be notified by email if it is) and encourage your friends to vote.

I’ll only be running the Muay Thai Warrior contest through Friday, March 29, 2013, so hurry up and submit your polls!

Check out an image gallery and film details from Muay Thai Warrior, below.

Muay Thai Warrior (2010)

Alternate Titles

  • The Samurai of Ayothaya
  • Samurai Ayothaya (original title)
  • Yamada: The Samurai of Ayothaya (Australia)
  • Way of the Samurai (Germany)
  • Yamada, la voix du samouraï (France)

Release Dates: December 2,  2010 (Thailand),  

Countries: Thailand,  

Genres: Action,  Adventure,  Arthouse,  Martial Arts,  Historical,  

Studios: Well Go Entertainment,  Epic Pictures Group,  Gryphon Entertainment,  Splendid Film,  

Producers: Nopporn Watin (Executive Producer),  

Directors: Nopporn Watin,  

Cast: Bin Bunluerit,  Buakhao Paw Pramuk as Ai-Seua,  Kanokkorn Jaicheun as Jumpaa,  Seigi Ozeki as Yamada Nagamasa,  Somjit Jongjohor,  Sorapong Chatree as Phra Khruu,  Thanawut Ketsaro as Khaam,  Winai Kraibutr as King Naresuan,  

Trivia

  • Based on a true historic figure during Ayothaya Era, the film depicts the life of Yamada Nagamasa, a Japanese adventurer who gained considerable influence in Thailand and became the governor of Nakhon Si Thammarat province in southern Thailand.

Makeup: Nantapat Amornchai (Makeup Department Head),  

Music: Paphas Silp (Original Score),