Arrow Video has revealed their Blu-ray titles for the U.S. in September, which include Wes Craven‘s The Hills Have Eyes 2, Aldo Lado‘s Who Saw Her Die?, Carl Colpaert‘s In The Aftermath, Clive Barker‘s Hellraiser, Tony Randel‘s Hellbound: Hellraiser
As someone mildly obsessed with this time in New York’s history, I was already drawn to Cruising, but the fantastic remaster and commentary make this a must-buy despite the other bonus content being somewhat scant.
It was a joy revisiting this quintessential ’80s film, and while it doesn’t hold up as well as some other classics of the decade, Arrow did a great job restoring it and presenting a lovingly crafted package celebrating this piece of comedy history in a definitive edition.
Packed to the brim with an overwhelming amount of music, John A. Alonzo’s comedy FM plays like the Baby-Boomer version of Rock ‘n’ Roll High School (released a year later), though it carries only a fraction of the same energy.
Arrow Video has announced their lineup for July 2019, with new releases of John A. Alonzo‘s FM, Kathryn Bigelow‘s The Loveless, Mitchell Leisen‘s Hold Back The Dawn, Christopher Webster‘s The Chill Factor, and John Hughes‘ Weird Science.
Arrow Video has revealed their U.S. lineup for June, with new Blu-ray releases of the American Horror Project Volume 2 (6/25), which includes Dream No Evil, Dark August, and The Child, Trapped Alive (6/4), The Running Man (6/18), The Andromeda Strain (6/4),
Arrow has announced their Blu-ray lineup for May, 2019, which includes The Grand Duel, Yakuza Law, The Big Clock, and She-Devils on Wheels. As always, these releases look jam-packed with features, so be sure to check out more information about each
Despite another quality release from Arrow, Scared Stiff is not a title I could see myself revisiting in the future, and even its over-the-top climax can’t save it from being a relatively mediocre experience, albeit one that I could see many other horror fans enjoying.
Based on a popular manga by Yu Sasuga, the concept of Terra Formars seems perfectly suited for a director like the legendary Takashi Miike, someone who is no stranger to both manga adaptations and bizarre storylines.
Arrow Video has announced their lineup for April 2019, with new Blu-ray editions of Takashi Miike‘s Terra Formars, Riccardo Freda‘s The Iguana with the Tongue of Fire, Enzo G. Castellari‘s Keoma, Alain Resnais‘ Mélo, Richard Friedman‘s Scared Stiff, and Aleksey German‘s Khrustalyov,