No matter who wins, you win. Well that doesn’t sound very climactic, does it? Which is fine, because Dolph Lundgren and Steve Austin aren’t actually fighting each other, what did you think this was, The Expendables? Instead, the real battle is you versus your fellow readers. An incestuous, cannibalistic orgy of mental violence to see who is The Winning Machine!

All this non-sense and hyperbole aside, what I’m really trying to tell you is that the fine folks over at Anchor Bay have given us multiple copies of two exciting action films: The Stranger starring Steve Austin and Dolph Lundgren is The Killing Machine written by, directed by, and starring Dolph Lundgren, the only man with a legitimate PhD that could kick my ass in a bar fight.

I really don’t have anything else to say other than you should enter this contest, so I’m going to let the official synopsis do some convincing for you:

Dolph Lundgren Is The Killing Machine — directed by and starring Dolph Lundgren (The Expendables, Universal Soldier, Rocky IV) — is a tale about flying too close to danger and what happens when you get burned.

Dolph Lundgren Is The Killing Machine is the story of Edward Genn (Lundgren) — a Soviet-era sleeper agent and trained assassin living in America. Working under the code name “Icarus,” Edward is stealthy and fearless: cloaked within the shadows, the ability to kill with extreme discretion his specialty. But times have changed, the borders of Europe have been redrawn…and Edward is ready to break with his dark past.
With a new identity, Edward is prepared to distance himself from the world of assignations and assassinations; he is ready to re-introduce himself to his wife and daughter. Edward may be determined to forget, but there are others who still remember Icarus, The KillingMachine…and they will do anything to destroy him. Dolph Lundgren Is The Killing Machine is the story of a man defending his future against his sinister past. Ready for a life of peace, Edward has one more battle to fight.

If you’re not one of the lucky ones who wins, Dolph Lundgren is the Killing Machine is available on DVD as of today (10/19) and The Stranger is also already on shelves and available for your renting pleasure. So take a look at this awesome covers and then enter the contest by coming up with a story about what happens when Dolph Lundgren meets Steve Austin. Give me a location and a story and I’ll give you a pair of DVDs. In fact, I’m feeling so generous, we’re going to be giving out three sets of prizes.


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