Arrow Video has announced the February 2022 lineup of its new subscription-based Arrow streaming platform, available to subscribers in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and Ireland.
The slate is topped with David Buchanan’s surrealist black-and-white cyberpunk feature Laguna Ave, which debuted Feb. 1 with a host of exclusive extras.
Other new releases that began streaming on that date include The Sleeper Must Awaken: Making Dune, a feature-length documentary exploring the making of David Lynch’s film, featuring dozens of new and archive interviews with the cast and crew of the 1984 cult classic; Avenging Angel, Spookies, Pledge Night, Blood Harvest, The House of the Dead, Demon Wind and Night Train to Terror.
Beginning Feb. 11, Arrow will begin streaming a hand-picked slate of films from Gareth Evans, writer-director of The Raid and The Raid 2. The filmmaker’s selections, drawn from the Arrow vault, include A Snake of June, Dark Water, Versus, Audition and The Ballad of Narayama.
Other February streaming highlights include Dan Curtis’ Dracula, the 1974 TV movie adaptation from the creator of “Dark Shadows,” which begins streaming on Feb. 18.
And, beginning on Feb. 21, Arrow will stream two films available for North American subscribers only: Next of Kin, about a young woman who inherits a creaky retirement home and finds herself in a waking nightmare of murder, madness and a legacy of evil that may be inescapable, and Turkey Shoot, set in a totalitarian near future, where defiant citizens are labeled “deviants” and sentenced to brutal “behavior modification” camps.