Arrow Video Brings an Extended Cut of ‘Weird Science’ to Blu-ray

Arrow Video’s restored and extended cut of ‘Weird Science’ would be a tremendous addition to the library of any fan of 1980s cinema.

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The Week In Horror: ‘Midsommar,’ More Fireflys, and Movie Sales

‘Midsommar’ garners praise, ‘3 From Hell’ marketing shows its Italian western influences, and Arrow and Criterion movies on the cheap in The Week in Horror.

Arrow Video Releases Giallo Classic ‘Strip Nude For Your Killer’ (1975)

The Arrow Video Blu-ray of the 1975 giallo sleazefest, ‘Strip Nude for Your Killer,’ looks great. Tim Murr says the movie isn’t bad, either.

‘The Iguana with the Tongue of Fire’ Is Famously Incoherent

‘The Iguana with the Tongue of Fire’ looks great on Arrow Video’s 2K restoration, but the movie itself is renowned for not making a lick of sense.

The Week In Horror: ‘American Horror Project Vol. 2,’ ‘Child’s Play,’ ‘The Last Drive-In,’ ‘Swamp Thing’

Big news from Arrow Video, WonderCon, and the DCEU as Tim Murr remembers some genre icons while celebrating the drive-in mutants in ‘The Week in Horror.’

Arrow Video Does Right By H.G. Lewis with ‘Color Me Blood Red’

‘Color Me Blood Red’ skewers the art world with a mixture of gore, intensity, and silliness in this Arrow Video Blu-ray restoration.

Blu-ray Review: Arrow Video’s ‘The Fifth Cord’ Looks Great for A Slight Movie

Arrow Video’s restoration of ‘The Fifth Cord’ is informative and beautiful to look at but, with the exception of Franco Nero, the movie is unimpressive.

Blu-ray Review: ‘The Forbidden Photos of a Lady above Suspicion (1970)’

The Italian thriller, ‘The Forbidden Photos of a Lady above Suspicion,’ tones down the violence and ramps up the creepiness in this Arrow Video Blu-ray.

What have They Done To Your Daughters?

Blu-Ray Review: ‘What Have They Done to Your Daughters?’ (1974)

The Arrow Video Blu-Ray release of Massimo Dallamano’s ‘What Have They Done to Your Daughters?’ is gorgeous and informative, but the special features may be better than the actual film.