Win one of three copies of ‘Thugs, Mugs & Dogs’ on DVD


Win one of three copies of 'Thugs, Mugs & Dogs' on DVD

You lucky, lucky people - WhatDVD.Net has FIVE (count them, one, two, three, four, five) DVD copies of the new hard as fekking nails Brit Gangster film Thugs, Mugs & Dogs, starring the real-life hardman Dave Courtney, to give away. If you're a big fan of British gangster films, and dog racing, and of people getting 'smacked', then you'll love this film - due out on DVD in the UK on April 11th. Have a look at our competition below and enter for your chance to win... you shlaaaags!

A dark, yet humorous gangster film full of northern grit, THUGS MUGS & DOGS centres on ruthless businessman, Gordy Metcalf (ex-Underworld enforcer, Dave Courtney) who owns the best greyhound in the country and is married to the lustiest and bustiest wife (Cathy Barry) on either side of the Watford Gap!

Council estate lad Danny (Martin Owen) and his pals, find their lives endangered by the decade-long feud between Gordy and an ex-greyhound trainer. The hapless trio find themselves trapped between both sides, with all thoughts of escape futile. They can die tomorrow or stay alive for few more months, the latter being the lesser of two evils.
THUGS MUGS & DOGS is an intricate tale of collaboration between loyal friends and the dire consequences of planning their revenge against the Mr. Big of dog racing. Like a game of high-stakes poker, the man with the most money should win but in this tale the winner gets to keep his life! Set against the industrial back-drop of the North-East, THUGS MUGS & DOGS is the most talked about northern crime film since the original Get Carter.

Thugs, Mugs and Dogs is released on DVD from April 11, order today on Amazon

This competition is open only to residents of the UK and Eire, and by entering the competition you are confirming that you are aged 18 or older (as the film comes with a BBFC of 18). The competition closes on May 9th, and winners will be randomly selected after that date.

What breed of dog is most associated with racing?

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