Death By Stereo

Death By Stereo

Turn this collection of music and audio-based ARROW features, shorts and extras up to 11!

From sound as a weapon in LFO to a caged female house band in Blood Dolls, Death By Stereo features wild musical numbers, feuding punk bands and musicians in danger, as well as music videos from effects legend Screamin' Mad George, a singalong Re-animator dance anthem (for real) and even Goblin's Claudio Simonetti discussing the score for Dario Argento's Deep Red.

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Death By Stereo
  • A Paul Joyce Documentary - Kris Kristofferson: Pilgrim. His Life and Work

    1993 • United Kingdom • Directed by Paul Joyce

    If you only know him as Whistler in Blade, or if you know all the words to Sunday Mornin’ Comin’ Down, PILGRIM. HIS LIFE AND WORK is a fascinating profile on actor, songwriter, performer and Country Music Hall Of Fame Inductee Kris Kristofferson.


  • Burst City

    Burst City is an explosive Molotov cocktail of dystopian sci-fi, Mad Max-style biker wars against yakuza gangsters and the police, and riotous performances from members of the real-life Japanese punk bands The Stalin, The Roosters, The Rockers and INU. In a derelict industrial wasteland somewhere...

  • The Silence

    1998 • Iran • Directed by Mohsen Makhmalbaf

    A film imbued with the ideas of Sufism, The Silence tells of Khorshid, a young blind boy from Tajikistan who earns rent money for his family by tuning rare instruments but becomes enraptured by the sonorous music he hears on his way to work each day.

  • Nightcap

    2000 • France • Directed by Claude Chabrol

    After the death of his second wife, concert pianist André Polonski remarries his first wife, Swiss chocolate-company heiress Mika Muller. Soon a young piano student, Jeanne Polet, gets the idea that she may be André's daughter. She visits his house in L...

  • Mélo

    1986 • France • Directed by Alain Resnais

    Master director Alain Resnais ('Last Year in Marienbad') blurs the line between cinematic technique and theatrical artifice in his acclaimed 'Mélo', adapted from Henri Bernstein's classic play about a doomed love triangle in 1920s Paris. Pierre (Pierre ...

  • Electrical Skeletal

    2007 • United States • Directed by Brian Lonano

    A refreshing return to the "B" movies of the 50s and 60s, this music video film tells the horrific and hilarious events one night in a deserted graveyard.

  • Psycho-Fiction' by Screaming Mad George

    Music video "Psycho-Fiction" by Screaming Mad George

  • ‘Persecution Mania’ by Screaming Mad George

    Music video "Persecution" by Screaming Mad George

  • Music to Murder For!

    Claudio Simonetti on Deep Red.

  • Music is Not Sound

    Music is Not Sound – a newly-filmed interview with composers Rich Macar and Christopher Hyams-Hart