Arrow Video has announced the July 2021 lineup for its subscription-based Arrow platform, featuring a selection that highlights genre classics with a “cinematic road trip across the country,” according to a press release.
The Arrow SVOD service is available in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom on Roku devices, Apple TV and iOS devices, Android TV and mobile devices, Amazon Fire TV devices, and on Web browsers at www.arrow-player.com.
The July lineup leads with a selection of films highlighting genre classics from revolutionary American filmmakers, including George Romero, Lucky McKee, William Grefe, Jill Gevargizian, Bill Rebane, Chelsea Stardust, and Patrick Picard.
July 1: The Woman, The Driller Killer, Deadly Manor, Dark August, The Crazies, Season of the Witch, Heavy Trip (U.S./Canada/UK), Slumber Party Massacre II (U.S./Canada), American: The Bill Hicks Story (U.S./UK), Ice Cream Man (U.S./Canada/UK), God Told Me To (U.S./Canada), Manhattan Baby (U.S./Canada), Maniac (U.S./Canada), and Vigilante (U.S./Canada).
July 2: The first episode from “Hammer House of Horror,” Witching Time.
July 9: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Slayer, The Mutilator, Scared Stiff, The Annihilators, She-Devils On Wheels, Shock Waves (U.S./Canada) and an installment of “Hammer House of Horror,” The Thirteenth Reunion (U.S.).
July 10: Holiday Fear, Mother Fucker (U.S./Canada/UK), and two shorts from Nicholas Payne Santos (Uncle Peckerhead).
July 12: Companeros (U.S./Canada), Massacre Time (U.S./Canada/UK), And God Said to Cain (U.S./Canada/UK), Bandidos (U.S./Canada/UK), and My Name is Pecos (U.S./Canada/UK).
July 16: The Stylist, A Ghost Waits, Lake Michigan Monster, The Chill Factor, Deadbeat at Dawn, Trapped Alive, The Prowler (U.S./Canada), and Hammer House of Horror: Rude Awakening (U.S.).
July 19: Irezumi and Giants and Toys (both U.S./Canada/UK).
July 23: The Bloodhound, Switchblade Sisters, The Prey, The Hills Have Eyes, The El Duce Tapes, The Witch Came From the Sea, Growing Pains (U.S.), The Prowler (U.S./Canada) and a short film Satanic Panic ‘87 from director Bryan M. Ferguson.
July 30: Hammer House of Horror: The House That Bled Death (U.S.).