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,
Arrow has announced their U.S. lineup for March 2019, with the Sister Street Fighter Collection, Phantom Lady, Kolobos, The Prisoner, Strip Nude For Your Killer, and Blood Hunger: The Films of Jose Larraz.
From its fantastic opening fisheye sequence, it becomes evident that The Fifth Cord is something special in the visual department, and it only gets better from there, consistently wowing the audience with its perfectly framed photography, shot after glorious shot.
Arrow has announced their February lineup of home video offerings, which include two Luigi Bazzoni titles with The Possessed and The Fifth Chord, 1972’s Horror Express, Takashi Miike‘s Audition, Herschell Gordon Lewis‘ Color Me Blood Red, and two entries in the Arrow Academy