Arrow Video is excited to announce the December lineup of their new subscription-based ARROW platform, available now in the US and Canada. Building on the success of the Arrow Video Channel and expanding its availability across multiple devices and countries, ARROW boasts a selection of cult classics, hidden gems, and iconic horror films, all curated by the Arrow Video team. December will include a number of cult classics and new films to keep you warm by the fire this holiday season.
The lineup begins December 1st with the exclusive ARROW debut of THE BLOODHOUND, a hauntingly atmospheric tale from first-time feature director Patrick Picard, starring Liam Aiken (A Series of Unfortunate Events), Joe Adler (The Maze Runner), and Annalise Basso (Ouija: Origin of Evil).
The seasons kick off with Naughty or Nice, featuring tearaway teens and maniacal killers, the worst of Santa’s naughty list: The Violent Years, Bloody Birthday, Children of the Corn, Doom Asylum, and The Hooked Generation.
December 1st then brings some festive fear and cheer with Jalmari Helander’s Finnish holiday gem Rare Exports. Lastly, December 1st will include Survivor Ballads: Three Films by Shohei Imamura (Black Rain, The Ballad of Narayama and Zegen), exclusively on ARROW.
Also on December 7th, ARROW will add Shogun’s Joys of Torture, a classic Ero guro from writer/director Teruo Ishii, known in Japan as The King of Cult.
First-time feature director Patrick Picard brings a fresh take to one of the best-known stories from the master of mystery and the macabre, Edgar Allan Poe, The Fall of the House of Usher, in his new slow-burner horror-thriller THE BLOODHOUND, a hauntingly atmospheric tale described by The Hollywood News as “an impressively stylish and intellectual debut”.
From Leal Naim and Thomas R. Burke, producers of The Endless and Synchronic; and featuring some remarkable performances from its trio of lead actors, THE BLOODHOUND leads you on a journey exploring themes that are as relevant to today as ever before, such as the yearning for emotional connection, the perils of social isolation and the fragility of mental health.
Francis ( Aiken), a dispossessed young man, is summoned to the secluded home of his wealthy childhood friend, JP Luret (Adler), who is suffering from a mysterious affliction. Upon his arrival, Francis realizes that JP and his ethereal twin sister Vivian ( Basso) are the sole surviving members of the privileged Luret family, whose legacy has been one of depression and self-destruction, and the only occupants of their family estate. As the old friends attempt to reconnect, a number of inexplicable incidents begin to occur within the house, and Francis finds himself drawn into a world of malaise and despair, where an act of betrayal might provide his only way out.
December 11th begins with ARROW’s second team-up with AGFA, sharing favorites from the American Genre Film Archive (AGFA). In a partnership with AGFA, ARROW is proud to stream a number of their titles, including Bad Black, Who Killed Captain Alex?, Scary Movie, The Violent Years, and Reefer Madness.
December 14th goes country with counterprogramming, Arrow Essentials: Westerns.
As the holidays go into full speed, ARROW invites you to Eat Drink and Be Merry on December 21st, anchored by a decadent feast of titles including La Grande Bouffe, Microwave Massacre, The Happiness of the Katakurisis, The Stuff, Zombie for Sale, and Return of the Killer Tomatoes.
ARROW is available in the US and Canada on the following Apps/devices: Android (all Android devices), Fire TV (all Amazon Fire TV Sticks, boxes, etc), Roku (all Roku sticks, boxes, devices, etc) and on all web browsers at https://www.arrow-player.com.
Arrow Video is offering fans a 30 day free trial of ARROW, and subscriptions are available for $4.99 monthly or $49.99 annually. A UK rollout is planned for 2021.
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