Arrow streaming service launches in UK
Staff Reporter | On 01, Feb 2021
Arrow Video has launched its new streaming service in the UK today. Simply called Arrow, the subscription platform brings their passion for all things genre to curate international cinema and TV that ranges from Westerns to giallo and Asian cinema.
The service follows the Arrow Video Channel previously available with Amazon Prime Video Channels and builds upon Arrow’s streaming success in the US and Canada. It comprises Arrow Films content from all of its award-winning labels – Arrow Video, Arrow Academy and Arrow TV – alongside a host of other premium content, including midnight movies, filmmaker picks and more.
The line-up includes Donnie Darko, a season of Lars von Trier films – including Antichrist and The House That Jack Built – Park Chan-Wook’s Oldboy, Spanish chiller REC, David Cronenberg’s Crash and the Hellraiser trilogy. This February sees the world premiere of Adam Stovall’s festival hit A Ghost Waits, plus documentary The El Duce Tapes, slow-burn horror standouts The Bloodhound and After Midnight, plus the exclusive debut of The Stylish in March and documentary Clapboard Jungle in April.
Arrow will also expand beyond the Arrow Label to include such international titles as Cinema Paradiso, plus TV series Gomorrah and The Bridge. It will also bring a welcome focus on special features, such as rarely-seen and newly-created extras and exclusive interviews, with its “Digital Deluxe editions” of titles. Arrow Stories will also form part of the catalogue, comprising documentaries, interviews and video essays to complement its seasons and selections.
The service is available on Roku, Apple TV, Fore TV, iOS and Android devices, as well as through web browsers at arrow-player.com. It costs £4.99 a month, or £49.99 a year, with a 30-day free trial for new subscribers.
Here’s a trailer to give you a taste of what’s on offer: