Arrow Video is excited to announce the July slate of titles on their subscription-based Arrow Video Channel, including acclaimed undead comedy Zombie For Sale and Gamera: The Complete Collection, all twelve films starring mankind’s greatest defender: a fire-breathing mutant turtle.

An infectiously funny slice of modern Korean cinema where Train To Busan, The Quiet Family and Warm Bodies collide to create Zombie For Sale, a memorable rom-zom-com from debut director Lee Min-jae. For the first time ever, fans can trace 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.

Zombie For Sale and Gamera: The Complete Collection will be available 1st July on the Arrow Video Channel in the US and the UK. Additional new titles available 1st July include Creepshow 2, Bloodstone, Black Rainbow, and Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence. The Arrow Video Channel is available on Apple TV in the UK and US, as well as on Amazon in the UK. All July titles, with the exception of Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence, will be available in both territories.



When the illegal human experiments of Korea’s biggest pharmaceutical company go wrong, one of their “undead” test subjects escapes and ends up in a shabby gas station owned by the Park family – a band of misfits spanning three generations who hustle passersby to make ends meet. When the Park family uncover their undead visitor, he bites the head of their household, who instead of transforming into an undead ghoul becomes revitalised and full of life! The family then hatch a plan to exploit this unexpected fountain of youth, allowing locals to pay to be bitten too, until things go wrong…


July Additions:


Zombie For Sale (UK/US)
The Gamera Collection (12 films) (UK/US)
Creepshow 2 (UK/US)
Bloodstone (UK/US)
Black Rainbow (UK/US)
Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence (UK)




The original hero in a half-shell is back, with all twelve tales of the adventures of the creature feature favourite Gamera (from 1965’s Gamera The Giant Monster to 2006’s Gamera The Brave).

The films trace 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 (monster) films ever made.


July Seasons



Asia Extreme


If the long lockdown and the summer heat have left you feeling somewhat lethargic and inert, the Arrow Video Channel have just the thing – a selection of extreme cinema from Asia that will sharpen your mind, shock your senses and sizzle your nerve endings. Among these morsels of Eastern excess are Takashi Miike’s extraordinary and unsettling Audition, about a widower whose attempts to find a new wife have unexpectedly excruciating results; the hide-behind-the-sofa Ringu films; Chan-wook Park’s classic revenge thriller, the bloody and brutal jaw-dropper Oldboy; 2001’s attack of the internet sci-fi horror Pulse; the no-holds-barred action thriller Tokyo Fist; Battle Royale – that makes The Hunger Games look like a quiet picnic in the woods; and Horrors Of Malformed Men, that does what is says on the tin!



From South Korea:


Zombie for Sale (UK/US)
Oldboy (UK)


From Japan:


Audition (UK/US)
Battle Royale (UK)
Ringu (UK/US)
Ringu 2 (UK/US)
Ringu 0 (UK/US)
Spiral (UK/US)
Dark Water (UK/US)
Pulse (UK)
The Happiness of the Katakuris (UK/US)
Horrors of Malformed Men (UK/US)
The Vampire Doll (UK/US)
Lake Of Dracula (UK/US)
Evil of Dracula (UK/US)
Blind Woman’s Curse (UK/US)
Wolf Guy (UK/US)
Tetsuo: The Iron Man (UK/US)
Tetsuo II: Body Hammer (UK/US)
Killing (UK/US)
Bullet Ballet (UK/US)
Kotoko (UK/US)
A Snake of June (UK/US)
Tokyo Fist (UK/US)
Vital (US)



80s Horror


If you sometimes find yourself wishing for simpler, more innocent times – times when demons lived in the attic, body parts were cooked in the microwave, gangsters were fed into meat mincers and campers got their heads lopped off – then you’ve come to the right place, with the Arrow Video Channel’s collection of blood-splattered horror classics from the decade that good fashion sense forgot, the 1980s! Among the deliciously demented offerings are the first two soul-tearing Hellraiser films, from master of the macabre Clive Barker; a summer camp prank going horribly wrong in the gory slasher classic The Burning; chainsaw terror in the outrageously bloody Pieces; kids running amok in the ultra-disturbing low budget spine-tingler Bloody Birthday; while ancient demons run amok in another Clive Barker creation, Rawhead Rex; and revenge is the name of the game in the controversial grindhouse epic The Exterminator.


The Burning (UK)
Demons (UK)
Rawhead Rex (UK)
Bride of Re-Animator (UK/US)
Society (UK/US)
The Mutilator (UK/US)
Maniac Cop (UK)
Pieces (UK)
Hellbound: Hellraiser II (UK/US)
Slaughter High (UK)
House (UK/US)
Creepshow 2 (UK/US)
Elvira: Mistress of the Dark (UK/US)
Bloody Birthday (UK/US)
Hellraiser (UK/US)
Doom Asylum (UK/US)
Brain Damage (UK/US)
Microwave Massacre (UK/US)
House II: The Second Story (UK)
The Initiation (UK)
Return of the Killer Tomatoes (UK)
Demons 2 (UK)
Satan’s Blade (UK)
Blood Rage (UK/US)
The Exterminator (UK)



About The Arrow Video Channel:

The Arrow Video Channel gives cult movie fans the opportunity to watch a wide selection of movies that the Arrow Video brand has been famous for – personally curated by members of the Arrow team. From horror to sci-fi, thrillers to westerns, the Arrow Video Channel is home to cutting edge cult and undiscovered gems such as Takashi Miike’s Audition, Wes Craven’s seminal masterpiece The Hills Have Eyes, George A. Romero’s contagion classic The Crazies, Edwin Brown’s slice-and-dice staple The Prey and so much more. In the coming months the Arrow Video Channel will be adding cult classics from Italy including The Case Of The Scorpion’s Tail and American made horrors such as The Deeper You Dig, Children Of The Corn and Lake Michigan Monster. In addition to crowd pleasing cult movies on the service, the Arrow Video Channel will continue to give you an exclusive platform to brand new genre as part of a new global strategy.

The Arrow Video Channel also hosts a growing collection of documentaries, interviews and never-before-seen content from the Arrow Video archives, as well as newly produced material. These documentaries will breathe new life on the Arrow Video Channel, giving movie fans an immersive look into the creation of many cult movie classics such as Donnie Darko and Hellraiser. The service will be updated regularly with new content, new curation focus and never-before-seen content, all hand-picked by the Arrow Video team.


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