As fascinated as we all are by machines, technology and robots, they’ve always been a bit scary or creepy. Terminator, anyone? I, Robot? The Fifth Element? Good films, yes, but definitely ones that question technology and its application. But Generation X wasn’t the first to discuss the merits and dangers of technology. In 1976, Peter Fonda and Blythe Danner appeared in Futureworld to do just that.
Futureworld hasn’t been viewed by most of today’s home-video enthusiasts, because until now it hasn’t been available on DVD. In Futureworld, an amusement park of the future caters to any adult fantasy. Lifelike androids carry out your every whim. Sounds like a fun place, right? Not so, as a reporter and his Girl Friday find out while on a press junket to the newly opened Futureworld amusement park. If you’d like to see the conflict and how it turns out, why not enter this free contest for a Futureworld DVD?
To enter for your chance to win this brand-new retail copy of Futureworld on DVD, complete and submit the entry form below by 11:59pm PST on February 25, 2011. You can also double your entries if you follow DailyGame on Twitter and thus increase your chances of winning (after you follow us on Twitter, be sure to put your Twitter handle in the “Address Line 2” section below so we know who’s who). Retweets are always nice, too. Anyone worldwide 18 years old or older can enter once per day per email address. Winners will be randomly chosen. Odds of winning vary based on the number of entries received, and you can increase your chances of winning by coming back to enter every day. Good luck. And remember to check out all our other free contests right here.