Writer, filmmaker and specialist in Japanese cinema Jasper Sharp offers a retrospective on one of the most prolific filmmakers working today.
As Sam takes a short break, a new sub-series of Arrow Insiders begins as Dan sits down with the Head of Marketing (and editor of the podcast) of Arrow Films, Mike Hewitt to chat about finding and acquiring new genre films and marketing them.
Regular Arrow writer Howard Hughes discusses the best vinyl releases from the world of cult this World Record Store Day.
If you’re a big fan of TRAPPED, why not take a trip to Iceland and explore the filming locations and must-see sights, as recommended by the star himself?
To celebrate Arrow Video's recent release of RING (not Ringu), this week Sam and Dan delve into Video Nakata's 1998 classic that launched the J-horror boom in the West.
We chatted to the man who wants to be more like Andri – the actor himself, Ólafur Darri Ólafsson.
From PSYCHO II to CHILDREN OF MEN, movie sleuth Michelle Kisner explores the best and the worst mothers in our catalogue this Mother's Day!
From IT'S ALIVE to THE STUFF, horror journalist Joel Harley revisits the life and films of iconoclastic filmmaker Larry Cohen.
Our Head of Restoration, James White, speaks about restoring the films of José Larraz.
From Hammer Horror to Rocky Horror, explore the history of cult films that made The Oakley Court an iconic location in British cinema.
J-horror’s nightmares, shaped by RING director Nakata Hideo, were born quietly from millennial malaise in recession-hit Japan, and western audiences would never be the same again.