Arrow Video US / UK Thread

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    This just showed up on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B084Z13QYD/

    Gamera: The Complete Collection is coming from Arrow on July 28th, 2020.

    Details: The original hero in a half-shell returns! For the first time ever worldwide, all twelve tales of the adventures of everyone's favourite titanic terrapin are collected together in one deluxe Blu-ray boxset. This limited edition collectors set traces the decades-long evolution of Gamera, from the friend of all children in his more light-hearted earlier films, to the Guardian of the Universe in the groundbreaking 1990s reboot series, often hailed as three of the best kaiju films ever made.

    • Limited collectors edition packaging, housed in a large-format rigid box, fully illustrated by Matt Frank
    • All twelve uncut original Japanese versions of the films in high definition, with lossless Japanese and English audio 4K restorations of the critically acclaimed Heisei trilogy (Gamera the Guardian of the Universe, Gamera 2: Attack of Legion, Gamera 3: Revenge of Iris)
    • Hours of new and archive bonus features, expert commentaries (including August Ragone, David Kalat, and Steve Ryfle & Ed Godziszewski), interviews with cast and crew, and the worldwide Blu-ray premiere of Gammera The Invincible (the American theatrical version of the first film)
    • Hardback 120-page comic book including a full-color reprint of the four-issue Gamera comic series originally released by Dark Horse Comics in 1996, and the first-ever English-language printing of the prequel comic The Last Hope by Matt Frank and Joshua Bugosh
    • Perfect-bound 80-page book including a new retrospective on the series by Patrick Macias, kaiju X-ray illustrations by Jolyon Yates, and much more!

    FINAL SPECS TO BE CONFIRMED SOON
     
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    Yeah, Easy pass on this sale :p. I'll wait for a little better deal on most of these.
     
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    Pre-ordered the Gamera set. I'm working my way through 60+ kaiju films this year and I've gotten through the majority of the series. The Showa Era films were better than I thought they would be as MST3K fodder and the Heisei films are outstanding.
     
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    Watched 'Deadly Manor' today, a more apt title would be 'Boring manor', it's bad, a real struggle to get to the end! I'm questioning whether to watch 'edge of the axe' now! Anyone here who has seen both these movies, is edge better?
     
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    Bowsing around the Web I've seen a lot of people say Edge of the Axe is better. How much better I don't know, but I am curious to hear what you think of it :p
     
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    I've always preferred Deadly Manor (or Savage Lust as I've always known it). I enjoy both though.
     
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    NEW UK TITLE: Empathy, Inc. (Blu-ray)

    Walk a mile in someone else. After a multimillion-dollar deal goes bust, disgraced venture capitalist Joel (Zack Robdis, Succession) and his actress wife Jessica (Kathy Searle, The Good Guy) are forced to move in with her overbearing parents and try and start their lives again.

    Desperate to get back on top, Joel runs into old friend Nicolaus (Eric Berryman, Marriage Story) and his business partner Lester (Jay Klaitz, Jessica Jones) – tech entrepreneurs seeking new investors for their company Empathy, Inc. Offering users the chance to experience X-VR – Xtreme Virtual Reality, they place them in the shoes of the much less fortunate to make them appreciate just how good they have it. As the investments start to roll in, Joel soon discovers that this start-up may have far more sinister plans for their ground-breaking tech – which comes with a terrible cost...

    With shades of Pi, The Twilight Zone and Primer and exploring themes of identity crisis, poverty tourism and the greed of humanity, Empathy, Inc. is a twisted virtual reality chiller for the modern tech age that will really get under your skin…

    SPECIAL EDITION CONTENTS
    • High Definition Blu-ray™ (1080p) presentation
    • Original LPCM Stereo 2.0 Audio soundtrack
    • Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
    • New audio commentary with director Yedidya Gorsetman and writer Mark Leidner
    • Behind the scenes 360 (degrees)
    • Deleted Scenes
    • International Trailer
    • UK Trailer
    • Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Chris Barnes – Brutal Posters
    FIRST PRESSING ONLY: Collectors' booklet featuring new writing on the film by Brian Tallerico

    Pre-order in the UK via Arrow: http://bit.ly/2VtVFcJ *special arrowfilms.com pre-order price until March 27*
    Pre-order in the UK via Amazon https://amzn.to/397HHS1
    Pre-order in the UK via zavvi: http://bit.ly/39b7Sr0
    Pre-order in the UK via hmv: https://bit.ly/3963kC0

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    NEW UK TITLE: I See You (Blu-ray)
    Evil hides in plain sight. Up-and-coming British director Adam Randall (iBoy) returns with his new twist-heavy thriller I See You, described by the Hollywood Reporter as “a finely crafted exercise in slow-burn suspense”.

    Behind the seemingly perfect Harper household, Greg (Jon Tenney, True Detective), the lead investigator of a child abduction case, is struggling to come to terms with the recent infidelity of his wife Jackie (Academy Award® winner Helen Hunt, As Good As It Gets). The already strained family harmony is further threatened when Connor (Judah Lewis, The Babysitter), their son, appears to be the victim of a mysterious malevolent presence in their house. As the secrets start to unravel, the plot threads prove to be more interlinked than it would appear at first glance.

    Packed with audacious plot twists, beautifully orchestrated narrative flips and an outstanding lead performance by Helen Hunt, I See You is an eerie gem, where nothing is as it seems and the terrible truth behind a family's dark secrets might just be hiding in plain sight.

    SPECIAL EDITION CONTENTS
    • High Definition (1080p) Blu-ray presentation
    • Original DTS-HD MA 5.1 surround
    • Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
    • Brand new commentary by director Adam Randall and producer Matt Waldeck, recorded exclusively for this release
    • The Making of ‘I See You’, a featurette interviewing cast and crew - Additional on-set interviews with Adam Randall and Helen Hunt, and behind-the-scenes footage
    • Trailer
    • Image gallery
    FIRST PRESSING ONLY: Illustrated collectors' booklet featuring new writing on the film by Anton Bitel

    Pre-order in the UK via Arrow: http://bit.ly/32zNWLF *special arrowfilms.com pre-order price until March 27*
    Pre-order in the UK via Amazon: https://amzn.to/2T7XE4Y
    Pre-order in the UK via zavvi: http://bit.ly/2uEpaxF
    Pre-order in the UK via hmv: https://bit.ly/2PyGRFZ

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    NEW US TITLE: The Woman (Blu-ray)
    NEW UK/CA TITLE: The Woman/Offspring (Limited Edition Blu-ray)

    Almost a decade after Lucky McKee burst upon the indie horror scene and became a ‘Master of Horror’ in the making thanks to his directorial debut May, he teamed up with legendary cult author Jack Ketchum for his most shocking and brutal film to date: The Woman, an instant cause célèbre on its Sundance premiere.

    The Woman (Pollyanna McIntosh, The Walking Dead) is the last surviving member of a deadly clan of feral cannibals that has roamed the American wilderness for decades. When successful country lawyer Chris Cleek (Sean Bridgers, Room) stumbles upon her whilst hunting in the woods, he decides to capture and “civilize” her with the help of his seemingly perfect all-American family, including his wife Belle (Angela Bettis, May) and daughter Peggy (Lauren Ashley Carter, Darling). The Cleeks will soon learn, however, that hell hath no fury like The Woman scorned…

    Experience McKee and Ketchum’s uncompromisingly twisted vision of the dark side of the American family in a definitive new edition, including a 4K remaster, brand new bonus features, and a bonus disc* featuring a brand new restoration of its gut-churning 2009 predecessor Offspring, also starring McIntosh. [* only included in the UK/Canadian editions].

    TWO-DISC* LIMITED EDITION CONTENTS
    • Brand new 4K restorations of The Woman and Offspring, supervised and approved by Lucky McKee and Andrew van den Houten
    • Reversible sleeve featuring newly commissioned artwork for both films by Vanessa McKee
    • Collectors’ booklet featuring new writing by Michael Blyth, Alexandra Heller-Nicholas and Kevin Kovelant
    DISC ONE – THE WOMAN
    • New 4K restoration supervised and approved by Lucky McKee
    • High Definition Blu-ray™ (1080p) presentation
    • Original DTS-HD MA 5.1 surround
    • Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
    • New commentary with director Lucky McKee, editor Zach Passero, sound designer Andrew Smetek and composer Sean Spillane
    • New commentary by star Pollyanna McIntosh
    • New commentary by critic Scott Weinberg
    • Archive commentary with director Lucky McKee
    • Dad on the Wall, a brand new 75-minute fly-on-the-wall behind-the-scenes documentary filmed by the director's father Mike McKee
    • Being Peggy Cleek, a newly filmed interview with star Lauren Ashley Carter
    • Malam Domesticam, an archive making-of featurette
    • Meet The Makers, a short featurette on the making of the film
    • Deleted Scenes
    • Mi Burro, a short film by editor Zach Passero
    • “Distracted” music video by Sean Spillane
    • Frightfest Total Film Panel Discussion, a 2011 onstage chat about the future of American indie horror at the popular horror film festival, featuring Lucky McKee, Andrew van den Houten, Larry Fessenden, Adam Green, Joe Lynch and Ti West
    • Theatrical trailers
    • Image galleries
    DISC TWO* – OFFSPRING (LIMITED EDITION EXCLUSIVE - UK/CA RELEASE ONLY)
    • New 4K restoration supervised and approved by Andrew van den Houten
    • High Definition Blu-ray™ (1080p) presentation
    • Original DTS-HD MA 5.1 surround
    • Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
    • New commentary by director/producer Andrew van den Houten
    • Archive commentary with writer Jack Ketchum, director/producer Andrew van den Houten and producer/cinematographer William M. Miller
    • New interview with Pollyanna McIntosh and Andrew van den Houten
    • Fly on the Wall, a brand new fly-on-the-wall behind-the-scenes documentary
    • Extended interview with Jack Ketchum
    • Restoration comparison
    • Progeny: The Birth of Offspring, an archive behind-the-scenes featurette including interviews with cast and crew
    • First Stolen’s Bailout, an archive behind-the-scenes featurette
    • Webisodes, short featurettes used to promote the film online
    • Archive Easter Eggs
    • Theatrical trailer
    • Image gallery
    • BD-ROM screenplay
    Pre-order in the US via DiabolikDVD: https://www.diabolikdvd.com/product/the-woman-arrow-us-blu-ray/
    Pre-order in the UK via Arrow: http://bit.ly/2Tr1rJF *special arrowfilms.com pre-order price until March 27*
    Pre-order in the UK via Amazon: https://amzn.to/2uHgab2
    Pre-order in the UK via zavvi: http://bit.ly/3859Pnu
    Pre-order in the UK via hmv: https://bit.ly/2TmY1HL
    Pre-order in Canada via Unobstructed View: http://bit.ly/2wTGdwh

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    NEW UK/US/CA TITLE: White Fire (Blu-ray)

    Robert Ginty (The Exterminator) and Belinda Mayne (Krull) play Bo and Inga, brother and sister jewel thieves who target the legendary ‘White Fire’ diamond — a priceless rock so hot it actually burns those who try to lay their hands on it!

    When tragedy strikes, Bo undertakes an outrageous plan involving plastic surgery and explosives to infiltrate the mine where the diamond awaits. Bo’s plan hits an unexpected snag with the arrival of smooth-talking badass Noah Barclay, played by Fred Williamson (From Dusk ‘Til Dawn). Noah’s hunting for a missing prostitute — and he thinks Bo and Inga hold the key to her disappearance!

    Erotic filmmaker Jean-Marie Pallardy (Erotic Diary of a Lumberjack) brings his kinky touch to high octane action in this infamous exploitation epic, complete with chainsaw mayhem, awkward brotherly love, and a very ‘80s theme song by the band Limelight!

    SPECIAL EDITION CONTENTS
    • High Definition (1080p) Blu-ray presentation
    • Original Mono audio - Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
    • Feature length audio commentary by critic Kat Ellinger
    • Surviving The Fire: a brand new interview with writer-director Jean-Marie Pallardy
    • Enter The Hammer: a brand new interview with actor Fred Williamson
    • Diamond Cutter: a brand new interview with editor Bruno Zincone
    FIRST PRESSING ONLY: Illustrated collectors' booklet featuring new writing on the film by film historian and author Julian Grainger

    Pre-order in the UK via Arrow: http://bit.ly/2uE8gPJ *special arrowfilms.com pre-order price until March 27*
    Pre-order in the UK via Amazon: https://amzn.to/2I2IEyZ
    Pre-order in the UK via zavvi: http://bit.ly/2I0z67J
    Pre-order in the UK via hmv: https://bit.ly/2VsrId0
    Pre-order in the US via DiabolikDVD: http://bit.ly/2Tlhetm
    Pre-order in Canada via Unobstructed View: http://bit.ly/2Toexav

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    NEW UK/US/CA TITLE: Blood Tide (Blu-ray)

    Terror strikes in paradise as Academy Award-winning actors James Earl Jones, José Ferrer and Lila Kedrova star in this thrilling tale of sea monsters and sacrificial virgins, from the people that brought you the notoriously gruesome Island of Death!

    When treasure hunter Frye (James Earl Jones) accidentally awakens an ancient sea monster that has been lying dormant on a Greek island, the inhabitants are forced to resume the practice of sacrificing virgins in order to placate the demonic creature. Meanwhile a couple, Neil and Sherry, arrive on the island in search of Neil's missing sister, Madeline.

    Written and produced by Nico Mastorakis - the man behind such genre favourites as the aforementioned Island of Death, The Zero Boys, The Wind and many others - and directed by Richard Jefferies (Scarecrows, Tron: Legacy), Blood Tide is a suspense-filled creature feature surging with blood, nudity and beachside aerobics!

    SPECIAL EDITION CONTENTS
    • Brand new restoration from a 4K scan of the original camera negative
    • High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation
    • Original uncompressed mono audio
    • Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
    • Brand new audio commentary with director/co-writer Richard Jefferies
    • Newly-filmed interview with producer/co-writer Nico Mastorakis
    • Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Graham Humphreys
    FIRST PRESSING ONLY: Collector’s booklet featuring new writing on the film by Mike Gingold

    Pre-order in the UK via Arrow: http://bit.ly/2wMZdfR *special arrowfilms.com pre-order price until March 27*
    Pre-order in the UK via Amazon: https://amzn.to/3998flQ
    Pre-order in the UK via zavvi: http://bit.ly/2waBd6a
    Pre-order in the UK via hmv: https://bit.ly/3cegteh
    Pre-order in the US via DiabolikDVD: http://bit.ly/2wT7K0R
    Pre-order in Canada via Unobstructed View: http://bit.ly/386Lnlx

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    NEW UK/US/CA TITLE: Dream Demon (Blu-ray)

    A young bride-to-be’s anxieties over her upcoming wedding take on a horrifying, demonic form in this underseen 1988 “rubber reality” shocker from director/co-writer Harley Cokeliss (Black Moon Rising), starring Timothy Spall and Jemma Redgrave.

    As her marriage to decorated war hero Oliver draws near, well-heeled Diana moves into her sprawling new London home where she starts to experience strange and terrifying nightmares. But are these blood-curdling night terrors merely the symptom of an unsettled mind, or the sign of something far sinister at work? Hounded by a pair of sleazy journalists (Timothy Spall and Jimmy Nail), Diana soon crosses paths with American tourist Jenny, who appears to have a strange connection to the foreboding house and its sinister past.

    Long dormant on home media since its original VHS release, Dream Demon - a terrific blend of psychological horror and late 80s practical gore effects - has at long-last been stirred from its analogue slumber and arrives on Blu-ray, newly-restored from the original camera negative and in a brand new Director’s Cut!

    SPECIAL EDITION CONTENTS
    • Brand new 2K restoration from the original camera negative, supervised and approved by director Harley Cokeliss
    • Director’s Cut and Original Theatrical Version
    • High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation
    • Original uncompressed stereo audio
    • Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
    • Brand new scene-select audio commentary with director Harley Cokeliss and producer Paul Webster
    • Newly-filmed interview with director Harley Cokeliss
    • Newly-filmed interview with producer Paul Webster
    • Newly-filmed interview with actress Jemma Redgrave
    • Newly-filmed interview with actor Mark Greenstreet
    • Newly-filmed interview with actor Nickolas Grace
    • Newly-filmed interview with actress Annabelle Lanyon
    • Newly-filmed interview with composer Bill Nelson
    • Foundations of Nightmare: The Making of Dream Demon - contemporary documentary taking a look behind the scenes of the production of Dream Demon, featuring on-set interviews with director Harley Cokeliss, producer Paul Webster, actors Timothy Spall, Jemma Redgrave, Kathleen Wilhoite, composer Bill Nelson and many more
    • Image Galleries
    • Original Theatrical Trailer
    • Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly-commissioned artwork by Christopher Shy
    FIRST PRESSING ONLY! - Collector’s booklet featuring new writing on the film by Anne Billson, author of the Dream Demon novelisation, and director Harley Cokeliss - Reversible poster featuring exclusive newly-commissioned artwork by Christopher Shy

    Pre-order in the UK via Arrow: http://bit.ly/3agpr9g *special arrowfilms.com pre-order price until March 27*
    Pre-order in the UK via Amazon: https://amzn.to/397XWyv
    Pre-order in the UK via zavvi: http://bit.ly/39b7YyS
    Pre-order in the UK via hmv: https://bit.ly/2I2a0W7
    Pre-order in the US via DiabolikDVD: http://bit.ly/2vfQRNH
    Pre-order in Canada via Unobstructed View: http://bit.ly/2VzhQhJ
     
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    Blood Tide finally, yay! :)
     
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    Great month, never heard of blood tide but sounds interesting, been wanting to watch white fire for ages and directors cut of dream demon, fantastic.
     
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    This is the one I’m most interested in. Is it any good? I always thought Martin Kove was a hunk. :D
     
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    Decided to dip my toe in a bunch of unseen films in Arrow's sale. The only ones I've seen from this haul are Oldboy and Cat O' Nine Tails. Here's what I grabbed:

    The Red Queen Kill Seven Times
    Oldboy
    Bring Me The Head Of Alfredo Garcia
    The Fifth Cord
    The Case Of The Scorpions Tail
    Cat O' Nine Tails
    Death Smiles On A Murderer
     
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    I've always liked it a lot, unfortunately it's always kinda been a "public domain" movie (budget $1 VHS/DVD's, etc. - probably illegally) — so the transfers have pretty much all been of really fuzzy/blurry crappy VHS quality before now.

    It's shot around the Greek islands and Mediterranean, so the cinematography should look beautiful in restored widescreen. Plus, it has Deborah Shelton in it!
     
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    I haven't seen most of the titles you haven't, but some of the others are favorites at some level. The Red Queen Kills Seven Times is quite a stylish giallo, and a lot of fun. If you dig it, be sure to check out Miraglia's other giallo, The Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave. I like that one equally as much.

    If you like Peckinpah, Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia will be a special treat. It's definitely his most personal film, and a bigger window into his psyche than the rest of his films combined. As a bonus, you get the great Warren Oates essentially DOING A PECKINPAH IMITATION. All of the subtext is fascinating, and it's a disturbing, ugly, one-of-a-kind trip to hell. Anyone who doubted that Peckinpah was thoroughly disillusioned with Hollywood clearly didn't see BMtHoAG. EXTRA bonus...if you ever have company that won't leave, put this on. It's about as far from multiplex fodder as anything that ever came out of Hollywood. Most people seem to hate it from the first frame.

    After you watch it, read Roger Ebert's GREAT MOVIES review (lots of spoilers, so don't read it ahead of time). Ebert was one of the few mainstream critics who championed it. He called it ''some kind of bizarre masterpiece." He wasn't wrong.
     
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    It's funny you mention The Night Evelen Came Out Of Her Grave also being good because in my quick research it seemed people found that one much worse. I'll keep it on my radar then.

    I've actually never heard of Peckinpah till looking up Bring Me The Head. I just heard a lot of good things about the movie. One person even said the film felt like Tarantino before there was one which made me even more curious. I loved the look of the theatrical poster for this one too; very cool.
     
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    Never heard of Peckinpah? Straw Dogs? The Wild Bunch?

    To further the Tarantino connection, in From Dusk Till Dawn, Seth Gecko warns the convenience store clerk "I will turn this place into the Wild Bunch if I think you are fucking with me"
     

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