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Upcoming Releases From Arrow Films Print E-mail
Written by Jay Creepy   
Friday, 25 January 2013

Arrow films based in the UK have found a nice market worldwide for their DVDs and Blu-Rays due to the amount of extras they pile onto the discs.  They've become like a new Anchor Bay and Blue Underground but go all out with fold out posters, rare interviews, etc.

Their upcoming releases are as follows: February brings us Mario Bava's classics "Black Sunday" and "Lisa & The Devil," both fully uncut.

"Black Sunday" is released as two versions on one disc, "Mask Of Satan" is the European version, whilst "Black Sunday" is the re-edited and re-dubbed version.  There's a commentary, a booklet, reversible sleeve and trailers for other Bava releases.  The added bonus is "I Vampiri" from 1956 which is included in it's gory fullness.  "Black Sunday" gets its release on DVD and Blu-Ray.

"Lisa & The Devil" also gets itself released as a duo with its re-cut producers version "The House of Exorcism" riding on the same disc.  There's a few interviews, a commentary, a booklet, and of course Arrow's now famous reversible sleeve with new art by their in house guy Graham Humphreys.  Apparently the Dual Format release of this one on DVD and Blu-Ray is limited to 1,000 copies.

Other February releases are "Camille 2000," "The Lickerish Quartet," "Score," and "Dead End Drive In."

March so far brings us "Deadly Blessing" and "Baise Moi."  "Deadly Blessing" has another artist working on the original sleeve called Gary Pullin who works for Rue Morgue Magazine.  There's an interview with Michael Berryman and Wes Craven, and the screenwriter.  "Baise Moi" (though it doesn't state whether this is the uncut release) has a forty minute making of documentary, a collectors booklet and an interview with the directors.  Both are released on DVD and Blu-Ray.

Here's a link to their website for you all to have a rummage through:

 Black Sunday
Black Sunday - Arrow Films

Dead End Drive In
Dead End Drive In - Arrow Films

 Deadly Blessing
Deadly Blessing - Arrow Films

 Lisa and the Devil
Lisa and the Devil - Arrow Films

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