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ARROW’s New Streaming Service Offers a great Lineup

Arrow Movies

In February 2022, Arrow Video will introduce its new subscription-based ARROW platform, available to US, Canadian, UK, and Irish subscribers.

ARROW will release David Buchanan’s surrealist mayhem drama Laguna Ave in February 2022. The movie will be available in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Ireland. The film will debut on ARROW February 1 with a host of exclusive extras.

To support and celebrate the movie medium worldwide, ARROW will be adding Oscar-winning classics, European classics, Asian cinema classics, rediscovered Westerns, offbeat gems and more in the coming months.

February 1 will see the exclusive debut of Laguna Ave (UK/US/CA/IRE), David Buchanan’s black and white bizarre comedy and The Sleeper Must Awaken: Making Dune (UK/US/CA/IRE), a feature-length documentary exploring the making of David Lynch’s film, featuring dozens of new and archive interviews with the cast and crew of the 1984 cult classic. Also available February 1 are Angel (UK/US/CA/IRE), Avenging Angel (UK/US/CA/IRE), Spookies (US/CA), Pledge Night (US/CA), Blood Harvest (UK/US/CA/IRE), The House of the Dead (UK/US/CA/IRE), Demon Wind (US/CA), and Night Train to Terror (UK/US/CA/IRE).

February 1 begins this month’s Seasons with Vinegar Syndrome Collection Volume I (UK/US/CA/IRE).
Vinegar Syndrome restore and distribute genre and underground films, mostly those produced between the 60s and 80s, to ensure that these kinds of movies – that would typically be neglected or at the back of the line when it comes to film preservation – aren’t lost to the passage and ravage of time and the “vinegar syndrome”: the chemical reaction that destroys celluloid film.

Titles include: Angel, Avenging Angel, Blood Harvest, The House of the Dead, and Night Train to Terror.

February 7 assembles a new Season with Man/Machine (UK/US/CA/IRE).
The fusion of flesh and metal; the forcing together of a human being with cold hard steel to create something new, something other, something cybernetic: a Man/Machine. Russell gets a taste of the power and pleasure caused by mechanically augmenting his body in Laguna Ave, and, if after watching David Buchanan’s hilarious hangout cyber horror, your interest has also been piqued, then put down those pliers for a sec and beam our season of biomechatronic movies into your visual receptors first – because you might then decide you’re better off steering clear of any artificial improvements or VR dalliances.

Titles include: Laguna Ave, Tetsuo: The Iron Man, Jesus Shows You the Way to the Highway, Burst City, and Dead or Alive: Final.

On February 11, ARROW hands the keys to the kingdom to filmmaker Gareth Evans (Apostle, Havoc) with Gareth Evans Selects (UK/US/CA/IRE). Evans is the writer-director of the explosive The Raid and The Raid 2, a fan favorite segment in V/H/S 2, the chilling folk horror Apostle starring Dan Stevens, this year’s Havoc starring Tom Hardy, and a creator, writer and director of last year’s acclaimed summer TV sensation “Gangs of London”.

ARROW is extremely proud and pleased to present to you Gareth Evans Selects, Evans’ carefully picked favorites from the ARROW vault. Full of classics and deep cuts from the length and width of ARROW’s spectrum, every selection is a firecracker – so you should most definitely choose to put an evening, or ten, in his hands.
Selections include: A Snake of June, Dark Water, Versus, Audition, and The Ballad of Narayama.

On Valentine’s Day, February 14th, Cupid puts ARROW in his bow with two Seasons that will shoot audiences straight in the heart.Kick-start My Heart (UK/US/CA/IRE)Action films are a different breed on ARROW. Our blow-em-ups go further than you could ever imagine and contain wilder and crazier carnage, genre crossovers and plot turns than your eyes and mind can manage. So if you’re sick of seeing hearts and flowers everywhere this Valentine’s season, turn up the volume and forget any heartaches or breaks with a selection of wild action movies unlike any you’ve seen before.

Titles include:The Zero Boys, Wolf Guy, White Fire, Blood Tide, and Bad Black.

The Curse of True Love (UK/US/CA/IRE)The bard said that “the course of true love never did run smooth”, but we bet Shakespeare could never have imagined in his wildest midsummer night’s dream what that would mean here on ARROW. We can be soppy romantics at this time of year too, and there are some genuinely stirring, sweet and tender love stories in this selection, but our lovey-dovey offerings may also have the odd monster, murder, zombie or ghost too.

Titles include:A Ghost Waits, Zombie for Sale, Manon, Marty Loves Katie, and The Love of a Woman.

February 18th bites into Dan Curtis’ Dracula (UK/US/CA/IRE), the 1974 TV movie adaptation from the creator of “Dark Shadows”.

February 21st caps this month’s lineup with two films for North American subscribers. Next of Kin (US/CA):  When a young woman inherits a creaky retirement home, she’ll find herself in a waking nightmare of murder, madness and a legacy of evil that may be inescapable. The atmosphere is deepened by an intense synth score by Klaus Schulze of Tangerine Dream.Turkey Shoot (US/CA): In a totalitarian near future, defiant citizens are labeled “deviants” and sentenced to brutal “behavior modification” camps. But when new prisoners Anders and Walters are chosen as human prey for rich people to hunt, they will be thrust into a nightmare of depravity, dismemberment, the insane hungers of a deformed cannibal circus freak, and more.

Head over to ARROW to start your 30 day free trial. Subscriptions are available for $4.99 monthly or $49.99 yearly. 

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