Arrow Video is thrilled to announce the World premiere Blu-ray release of Jack Hill’s Blaxploitation classic Coffy, the film, starring the iconic Pam Grier, would pave the way for other genre classics such as Foxy Brown and later Quentin Tarantino’s homage to the actress, Jackie Brown, with the director describing Coffy as “one of the most entertaining films ever made”.
Tuesday, 7 April 2015
Wednesday, 1 April 2015
A very exciting opportunity has arrived at Arrow Films! We are opening up the office doors
and releasing one golden ticket (job opportunity) out into the wild!
Monday, 23 March 2015
Wednesday, 11 March 2015
Requests for a sneak peek at our Blood and Black Lace restoration have been coming in since we first announced our upcoming UK and US Blu-rays. So here’s a little treat for you all… Enjoy!
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"If you put it in your DVD player today you'll feel like it was written
last week. The commoditization of the news and the devaluing of
truth are just a part of our way of life now. You wish Chayefsky
could come back to life long enough to write 'The Internet."
Creator of The West Wing and The Newsroom and writing-award magnet, Aaron Sorkin
Arrow Video is delighted to announce release of Sidney Lumet’s seminal 70s classic Network. Featuring a powerhouse cast list including Peter Finch, Faye Dunaway, Robert Duvall, William Holden and Warren Beatty, the four-times Academy Award-winning film, which also won a handful on Golden Globes and BAFTAs on release, will arrive on Blu-ray for the first time in the UK from 23rd March 2015.
Monday, 9 March 2015
THE FUTURE IS NOW. THE FUTURE IS ROLLERBALL
Arrow Video is thrilled to announce the Blu-ray release of the iconic 1975-futuristic dystopian
thriller Rollerball. Released on 23rd March 2015, Rollerball represents the very best of the “Future Sport” flicks; a pre-cursor to such genre classics as The Running Man, Battle Royale and even The Hunger Games, the film explores the popularity of violent entertainment and the power of the media, but it goes further, looking more profoundly at the society beyond the game.