ARROW offers classic and ultra-modern cult cinema
April lineup includes Filmmaking Doc
Clapboard Jungle Streaming April 19th
VHS lives next to the slaughterhouse! ARROW Essentials: Western & Keeping It Reel
April highlighting Documentaries, Westerns & Takeshi Kitano 30-day free trials in addition to monthly and yearly subscriptions.
Arrow Video is pleased to announce the launch of its new subscription-based ARROW platform in April 2021, available to subscribers in the US, Canada and the UK.
The April lineup is anchored by the release of Justin McConnell’s Clapboard Jungle on April 19th. “An insightful and engaging look at the problems and difficulties of indie genre filmmaking” (Daily Dead), Clapboard Jungle walks filmmaker Justin McConnell through five years of bringing his newest feature to market, warts and everything. McConnell hired an impressive number of directors and producers to share their ups and downs, including Guillermo del Toro, Mick Garris, Paul Schrader, Lloyd Kaufman, George Romero, Frank Henenlotter, Heather Buckley, Jovanka Vuckovic, Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead, Travis Stevens, Izzy Lee and Graham Skipper among others. Clapboard Jungle streams on ARROW in the US and UK, while in Canada only the extras for this feature are available.
ARROW Stories hosts a variety of over 50 exclusive extras for Clapboard Jungle, including short films, deleted scenes, and nearly 30 extended interviews with filmmakers.
April 1st Justin McConnell’s Skull World, Death Has Blue Eyes, Switchblade Sisters and ARROW travel to Japan to visit the Takeshi Kitano Collection with Violent Cop and Boiling Point.
April 5th ARROW Essentials: Westerns will debut with Django and Django. Prepare a coffin as focus releases.
9th April adheres to the behind-the-scenes theme with Keeping it Reel, documentaries that take audiences behind the scenes of the production and release of indie genre films, homemade horror, and more. Titles include: VHS Lives !, Nightmares in Red, White, and Blue, and That Guy Dick Miller.
12. April ARROW debuts on the menu, while ARROW Bad Meat and Slaughterhouse debuts along with a collection of early shorts from Clapboard Jungle director Justin McConnell with Damned Selfie, Open Invitation and Cat, Lover.
April 16 Brings Audience Marina Sargenti’s Demonic Mirror Mirror And A Second Collection Of Shorts – See What I See? and Soul Contact – by Justin McConnell.
Also in April: Video Meannesses: Moral Panic, Censorship, and Videotape and Videotape Meannesses: Draconic Days.
ARROW Essentials curates collections based on genre, decades and topics. and ARROW Stories take a new look at the world of film and television with exclusive documentaries, interviews and video essays that delve deeper into the many curated seasons and titles on the platform for a richer and deeper viewing experience.
With a cleverly designed and user-friendly interface and an unprecedented selection of quality content from Westerns to Giallo to Asian cinema, trailers, midnight movies, filmmaker picks and much more, ARROW is the place to be for the best-on-demand entertainment.
Go to ARROW to start your 30 day free trial. Subscriptions are available for $ 4.99 monthly or $ 49.99 annually.
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