Visit CAMP ARROW this summer and enjoy the July SVOD line-up from ARROW.

Arrow Video is thrilled to reveal the programming that will be available on their brand-new subscription-based ARROW platform beginning in July 2022. This platform will be accessible to users in the United States of America, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Ireland.

The King Hu Collection, a quartet of films from the repertoire of director and actor King Hu, is now accessible on ARROW in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, and Ireland. This collection premieres on July 1.

King Hu’s work in the 1960s and 1970s pushed the spectacular martial arts film genre to new technical and creative heights. His films featured honorable heroes against evil forces with beautiful swordplay and high-flying martial arts that laughed in the face of physics and gravity.

Some of the titles are as follows: “Come Drink With Me,” “Legend of the Mountain,” “The Fate of Lee Kahn,” and “Raining in the Mountain.”

On July 8, a trio of titles will be released that put hapless humanity against beasts straight out of a nightmare. These titles feature various demons and monsters. Lurking Fear (US/UK/CA/IRE), Castle Freak (US/CA), and The Unnameable (US/CA) are all available for your viewing pleasure. Castle Freak stars Barbara Crampton and Jeffrey Combs.

Lovecraftian (US/UK/CA/IRE) is a season of films that was discovered scrawled on a post-it note in the back of a Necronomicon that was keeping open a fire exit at the Miskatonic University. This event will also take place on July 8. The entirety of this work is either based on or draws inspiration from the works of the Rhode Island author who was given the name “Howard Phillips,” but is known throughout the universe by fans of the genre as “HP Lovecraft.”

You have arrived at the right location if you are looking for gothic horror, fantasy, or science fiction stories that will fill you with a sense of cosmic dread and the feeling that ordinary life is but a thin shell over a reality so foreign and abstract that merely contemplating it will damage your sanity.

Castle Freak, Lake Michigan Monster, Lurking Fear, and Bride of the Re-animator are just few of the titles that are available.

Wednesday, July 15 is ladies night, and we have a couple of stunning new beauties that are sure to both titillate and scare you. Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama (UK/US/CA/IRE): Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama (UK/US/CA/IRE): They are not newcomers to the college of love, and when a sorority prank goes haywire, they are about to graduate to the level of insanity that they have been working toward. In an attempt to steal a trophy from a bowling facility in the neighborhood, the children inadvertently let out The Imp, a nefarious little ghost with a dark sense of humor. He enjoys the company of seductive women and is a creator of devils. He is extending an invitation to you to join him and laugh your way to death, just like everyone else.

Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death (UK/US/CA/IRE): The United States government, eager to protect the nation’s avocado supplies, recruits feminist professor Margo Hunt to make contact with the Piranha Women, an all-female tribe who believes men are only good as a source of food. Margo Hunt travels to the Amazon rainforest to meet with the Piranha Women.

Bodies of Water is a Season of aquatic horror that will give you second thoughts about escaping the summer heat by taking a dip. It will premiere on ARROW on July 18, and it will be available to subscribers in the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, and Ireland.
Island of Death, Lake of Dracula, Dark Water, and Blood Tide are just few of the titles available.

On July 28, pack your bags and head to Camp ARROW (UK/US/CA/IRE), a definitely-safe camping ground for fans of cult films. This camping ground is 100 percent not haunted or stalked by a mistreated and perhaps hideously deformed former camper or counsellor, and nothing could possible go wrong there. You can either set up a tent or choose a bunk in one of our luxury flimsy cabins. Then kick off your gore-encrusted hiking boots, take a seat around the campfire, and hit play on one of our stories about children getting into fatal trouble by bedding down somewhere they shouldn’t. This is most likely not any kind of foreshadowing.

The Prey, The Hills Have Eyes, Girls Nite Out, and Trapped Alive are just few of the titles that are available.

On July 28, the festival will come to a close with a pair of films that are so otherworldly that they will keep you on the edge of your seat until August begins. Nightwish (North America): A doctor of parapsychology will put his students through exercises that involve depriving them of certain senses in order to get them to think about their own mortality in increasingly terrifying scenarios. As reality and dream grow confused and each new horrific death proves to be more terrifying than the previous, roles are switched and reshuffled throughout the story. Their investigations into the paranormal bring them to a deserted mansion in an area the locals refer to as the “Valley of Fear.” This is a place where the locals have been drinking water that has been contaminated with chemicals for many years, which has led to a genetically damaged population and mutant wildlife. The students are interested in investigating the local traditions, which often contain bizarre tales about extraterrestrial beings.

(In the UK, the US, Canada, and Ireland): They are two beings from another dimension who are powerful sorcerers. Their abilities are unfathomable. One has taken an oath to wipe out all life on Earth, while the other has taken an oath to preserve it. The eternal wizards will finally confront one another for the final time when they are brought together by a magical amulet that possesses the powers of both life and death. As Mordrid and Kabal engage in their final confrontation, the scale of their fight has now reached epic proportions, and it will end in bloodshed.

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