Anyone that listens to our podcast or read my recent review of the film knows that I love The Raid. Gareth Evans’ latest is, to me, the best action movie in years and I’m very happy to be able to help my friends over at Fetch keep the Raid publicity train rocketing along.

The latest way they are spreading the word about this intense action extravaganza is by running an all day Twitter invasion.

This Friday – 28th September – Fetch Publicity will be hosting the event on Twitter, discussing The Raid, its impact on action cinema, classic movies that influenced it and a host of other topics as well as sharing fantastic Raid content and hosting prize giveaways, all under the #RAIDRULES banner.

We’re looking for film fans, bloggers, websites and writers who want to join in what promises to be a fun day of Raid banter and discussion as we celebrate the home video release of this year’s finest slice of action cinema.

Here’s the schedule of topics:

1.00pm: The Raid: Action Movie of the Year?
1.30pm: What are your best loved action movies?
2.00pm: Iko Uwais – Action star of the Future?
2.30pm: Who are your favourite action stars and why?
3.00pm: What’s your favourite fight scene in The Raid?
3.30pm: What is the best fight scene of all time?
4.00pm: The tower in The Raid – how good a setting was it and what should be next?
4.30pm: What are your favourite action movie settings?
5.00pm: Is The Raid the greatest action movie so far this century?
5.30pm: Breakout action stars – Lee vs Chan vs Van Damme vs Jaa vs Uwais – who rules?
6.00pm: What would you like to see in Raid 2?
6.30pm: The Raid – your plans for watching it this weekend

So if you want to be part of the fun, just log onto Twitter on Friday (28th Sept.) and use the hashtag #RAIDRULES

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