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 DStv Premium, Compact Plus and Compact subscribers will have an opportunity to select from the wide range of entertaining movies and the first three (3) highest renters for  each month will be rewarded 2 FREE vouchers to watch more movies on DStv

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This week there are awesome movies like Song One, Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2,Out of the DarkSurvivor, Pitch Perfect and Unfinished Business to rent. As if having access to all these hot blockbusters wasn’t exciting enough, BoxOffice is also running a special promo for Mad Max: Fury Road where subscribers will stand a chance to be rewarded with a hamper filled with The PS4 Console; Mad Max PS4 Game and Mad Max Merchandise.

Mad Max: Fury Road follows the story of “Max” a guy living in a post-apocalyptic world ruled by a handful of crazy petrol heads with very little regard for human life. Its starring South Africa’s Charlize Theron and Tom Hardy (Batman – The Dark Night Rises) and brings the 30 year old movie to life on a grand scale.


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