Feature Presentations

Feature Presentations: A place for recently added and noteworthy titles and seasons, all in one place.

  • Nobihiko Obayashi's Anti-War Trilogy

    3 videos

    Three films from legendary Japanese director Nobuhiko Obayashi.

    Casting Blossoms To The Sky (2011): Endo Reiko is a journalist visiting Nagaoka to comment on the aftermath of the earthquake in Tohoku. From local residents, Endo learns about the city’s fireworks traditions, and how the region was...

  • Red Angel


    1966 • Japan • Directed by Yasuzô Masumura

    Directed by Yasuzo Masumura (Giants and Toys, Blind Beast), Red Angel takes an unflinching look at the horror and futility of war through the eyes of a dedicated and selfless young military nurse. When Sakura Nishi is dispatched in 1939 to a ramshackle...

  • Bloodbath at the House of Death


    1984 • United Kingdom • Directed by Ray Cameron

    Six scientists investigate a strange phenomenon at the creepy Headstone Manor, the site of a mysterious massacre years earlier that took the lives of 18 guests in one night.

  • Cradle of Fear


    2001 • United Kingdom • Directed by Alex Chandon

    A gruesome homage to the cult Amicus anthology Asylum, Cradle of Fear unfolds four screamplays all linked by the unspeakable need of an incarcerated child killer to wreak vengeance on those responsible for his imprisonment. Helped by deranged ange...

  • Still Tickin': The Return of A Clockwork Orange


    2000 • United Kingdom • Directed by Paul Joyce

    Stanley Kubrick's masterful classic A Clockwork Orange and its controversy through the years are discussed by contemporary film directors (like Sam Mendes, Mary Harron and Tony Kaye), critics and lead actor Malcolm McDowell, in this fascinating docu...

  • Deadly Games
    Movie + 2 extras

    Deadly Games

    Movie + 2 extras

    1982 • United States • Directed by Scott Mansfield

    Steve Railsback (famed for his unhinged performance as Charles Manson in 1976’s TV mini-series Helter Skelter) is at his sinister best as a troubled Vietnam Vet in 1982’s Deadly Games - a tale of madness, murder and adultery from writer/director...

  • Perdita Durango


    1997 • Mexico • Directed by Álex de la Iglesia

    From writer/director Álex de la Iglesia (DAY OF THE BEAST) comes novelist Barry Gifford's prequel to WILD AT HEART featuring sociopath priestess Perdita Durango. Starring Oscar nominee Rosie Perez and Academy Award winner Javier Bardem in the "amora...

  • The Day of the Beast


    1995 • Spain • Directed by Álex de la Iglesia

    Writer/director Álex de la Iglesia delivers the smash hit that remains one of the best horror comedies of our time: When a rogue priest discovers the exact date The Antichrist will be born, he'll enlist a Death Metal record store clerk and a cheesy T...

  • Hotel Poseidon
    Movie + 6 extras

    Hotel Poseidon

    Movie + 6 extras

    2021 • Belgium • Directed by Stefan Lernous

    David reluctantly pretends to be the manager of Hotel Poseidon, where fungus covers the walls and comments such as “faded glory” and “has seen better times” completely fall short to describe this establishment. He wanders the corridors of his personal ...

  • Shock
    Movie + 7 extras


    Movie + 7 extras

    1977 • Italy • Directed by Mario Bava

    In a career spanning four decades and encompassing virtually every genre under the sun, Mario Bava inspired multiple generations of filmmakers, from Dario Argento to Martin Scorsese and Tim Burton. Best remembered for his gothic horror movies, for his final ...

  • Deathdream


    1974 • United States • Directed by Bob Clark

    In this shattering variation on "The Monkey's Paw," grief-stricken suburban parents (Academy Award nominees John Marley of THE GODFATHER and Lynn Carlin of FACES) refuse to accept the news that their son Andy (Richard Backus) has been killed in Vietna...

  • Bloody New Year


    1987 • United Kingdom • Directed by Norman J. Warren

    A group of friends take refuge in an island hotel that is decorated for New Years. The problem is, it's early summer, and soon enough, even the walls themselves are striking out against them.

  • Brian Lonano Collection Vol. 2

    16 videos

    We love him and you love him  - we can tell by the numbers - so we were desperate to get even more mind-breaking shorts from one of our most favourite ARROW contributors, Brian Lonano, onto the service. Well, gird yourselves and get excited as for the second collection of his stability shredding ...

  • Killer Collaboration: The Lenzi/Baker Collection

    4 videos

    Italian genre filmmaker Umberto Lenzi and Hollywood actress Carroll Baker teamed up for four films between 1969 and 1972: Paranoia, So Sweet... So Perverse, A Quiet Place to Kill and Knife of Ice. It was a perfect pairing of director and star that gave us a quadrilogy of unique and wild gialli. I...

  • The Last Matinee


  • Shawscope Volume One

    53 videos

    After an undisputed reign at the peak of Hong Kong’s film industry in the 1960s, Shaw Brothers (the studio founded by real-life brothers Run Run and Runme Shaw) found their dominance challenged by up-and-coming rivals in the early 1970s. They swiftly responded by producing hundreds of the most ic...

  • Mill of the Stone Women

    Movie + 6 extras

    1960 • Italy • Directed by Giorgio Ferroni

    Before Black Sabbath, before I Vampiri, director Giorgio Ferroni (The Lion of Thebes, Blood for a Silver Dollar) introduced audiences to period horror Italian-style with his chilling 1960 shocker Mill of the Stone Women – a classic tale of terror redole...

  • Santa Sangre


    1989 • Mexico • Directed by Alejandro Jodorowsky

    Forget everything you have ever seen as the modern masterpiece from director Alejandro Jodorowsky returns like never before. Axel Jodorowsky, Blanca Guerra and Guy Stockwell star in this epic odyssey of ecstasy and anguish, belief and blasphemy, b...

  • All the Colors of the Giallo


    2019 • Italy • Directed by Federico Caddeo

    'Giallo' is Italian for 'yellow', the color of the lurid pulp novels that inspired one of the most intense, extreme and influential genres in movie history. In this unprecedented collection, experience the chronological evolution of giallo with more th...

  • Apprentice to Murder


    In early twentieth-century Pennsylvania Dutch Country, young Billy Kelly (Chad Lowe, Highway to Hell) falls in with a charismatic "powwower" or folk magic healer, Dr John Reese (Donald Sutherland, Don't Look Now), shunned by the rest of the community for his non-conformist beliefs. Together, they...

  • Phantom of the Mall: Eric's Revenge

    Movie + 6 extras

    1989 • United States • Directed by Richard Friedman

    With numerous interpretations of Gaston Leroux’s classic novel The Phantom of the Opera having been turned out over the years, it was only a matter of time before the slasher genre decided to take a stab at the tale – step forward 1989’s Phant...

  • Dude Bro Party Massacre III


    2015 • United States • Directed by Tomm Jacobsen, Michael Rousselet, Jon Salmon

    A satirical twist on the gory and sexually charged 1980’s slasher genre, Dude Bro Party Massacre III is presented as the only surviving VHS copy of the reviled horror franchise’s third, and final, installment.

    In ...

  • Flowers in the Attic


    When her husband dies in a tragic accident, widow Corrine Dollanganger (Victoria Tennant, The Holcroft Covenant) takes her four children to the ancestral family home she fled before they were born. Locked away in the attic by their tyrannical grandmother (Academy Award® winner Louise Fletcher, On...

  • Sailor Suit and Machine Gun

    Movie + 2 extras

    1981 • Japan • Directed by Shinji Sômai

    A perky high-schooler takes on the mob in Sailor Suit and Machine Gun, a one-of-a-kind genre-bender that riffs on the yakuza film, coming-of-age drama and ‘idol movie’, inventively adapted from Jiro Akagawa's popular novel by director Shinji Somai (Typhoo...