Arrow Video Unveils December 2020 Streaming Lineup!

Arrow Video Unveils December 2020 Streaming Lineup!

Arrow Video Unveils December 2020 Streaming Lineup!

Arrow Video, the acclaimed British indie film distributor, has unveiled the December 2020 lineup for its subscription-based ARROW platform full of cult classics, hidden gems and iconic horror films including the exclusive debut of The Bloodhound, and the Finnish holiday gem Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale!

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The seasons kick off with Naughty or Nice, featuring tearaway teens and maniacal killers, the worst of Santa’s naughty list: The Violent Years, Bloody Birthday, Children of the Corn, The El Duce Tapes, Doom Asylum, The Hooked Generation. December 1 then brings some festive fear and cheer with Jalmari Helander’s Finnish holiday gem Rare Exports. Lastly, December 1 will include Survivor Ballads: Three Films by Shohei Imamura (Black Rain, The Ballad of Narayama and Zegen), exclusively on ARROW.

The temperature drops and the body count rises December 7 with the It’s Cold Outside lineup, including The Chill Factor, The Deeper You Dig, The Wind and more to send shivers down your spine, as well as Shogun’s Joys of Torture, a classic Ero guro from writer/director Teruo Ishii, known in Japan as The King of Cult.

December 11 begins with the platforms’s second team up with AGFA, sharing favorites from the American Genre Film Archive including Bad Black, Who Killed Captain Alex?, Scary Movie, The Violent Years and Reefer Madness. December 14 goes country with counterprogramming, Arrow Essentials: Westerns. As the holidays go in to full speed, ARROW invites you to Eat Drink and Be Merry on December 21, anchored by a decadent feats of titles including La Grande Bouffe, Microwave Massacre, The Happiness of the Katakurisis, The Stuff, Zombie for Sale and Return of the Killer Tomatoes.

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ARROW is available in the US and Canada on all Android devices, all Amazon Fire devices, all Roku devices and on all web browsers, with the platform offering fans a free 30-day trial and subscriptions as low as $4.99 monthly or $49.99 annually, with a planned UK rollout in 2021.