Tokyo, the turn of the millennium. Less a direct remake of Fukasku’s film than a radical reimagining of the same overarching premise, Miike’s film captures both the hedonism and nihilism of the modern Japanese crime scene in deliriously stylish fashion, resulting in a fascinating companion piece to the original that nonetheless stands as its own entity.
Streaming now on the Arrow Video Channel in the UK & US.
A brand new trailer for the Parkland Entertainment release of ‘Making Tracks’. We worked hard with the film producers and Magus Marketing to craft this trailer showing Lucy (April Pearson ‘Skins’, ‘Disconnected’) and Chris (Chris Willoughby) who are cut adrift in their thirties and struggling to remember what initially attracted them to one another and wondering where they go from here… Cue an impulsive decision to spend a fortnight interrailing around Europe’s most romantic destinations, in the hope that this might save their seemingly doomed relationship. What ensues is bold, bonkers and a comic treat as Chris and Lucy travel through the backdrop of Europe’s most beautiful cities with chaos, debauchery and disaster following them at every turn! Available on U.K. Digital channels to own or rent from October 5th.
Trailer for the Arrow Video Channel release of the classic gangster movie. Set during the turbulent post-war years, Fukasaku’s original 1975 film charts the rise and fall of real-life gangster Rikio Ishikawa (Tetsuya Watari, Outlaw Gangster VIP). Shot through with the same stark realism and quasi-documentarian approach as Fukasaku’s earlier Battles Without Honor and Humanity, Fukasaku nonetheless breaks new ground through his portrayal of a gangster utterly without honor or ethics, surviving by any means necessary in a world of brutal criminality.
THE VEGETABLES OF DOOM! The killer tomatoes are back! But this time around, they’re going to have to contend with late ’80s George Clooney and his wicked mullet… Is it a fruit? Is it a vegetable? Nope, it’s Return of the Killer Tomatoes!
Ten years on from the Great Tomato War, mankind lives in fear of another uprising by the waxy red menace. Meanwhile, Professor Gangreen – played with gusto by the great John Astin from TV’s The Addams Family – sets out to pursue his own evil ends by creating a burgeoning army of tomato militia men (who, somewhat conveniently, look just like regular men).
Another restored ‘classic’ for Arrow Video and their companion channel.
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Original trailer for the Arrow Video Channel and Digital relase of the jet setting giallo classic. The second giallo by genre master Sergio Martino (Torso, The Suspicious Death of a Minor), The Case of the Scorpion’s Tail combines stunning views of Athens and the Greek coastline with brutal bursts of violence, a typically tangled script by Ernesto Gastaldi (Death Walks on High Heels), and a cast overflowing with Euro cult talent, including Alberto de Mendoza (A Lizard in a Woman’s Skin), Janine Reynaud (Jess Franco’s Succubus) and Luigi Pistilli (A Bay of Blood).
Working closely with the team at Digerati Games (The Distributor) we crafted this first look Beta Announcement trailer for the RPG Murder mystery game The Magister.
YOU are a MAGISTER, an agent assigned to enforce the will of the Emperor and the rule of law in the far-flung provinces of the Empire. Recently dispatched to the remote rural village of Silverhurst, you must investigate the grim demise of a fellow Magister. You have 15 days to solve the case. Become absorbed in this murder-mystery RPG as you utilise expertly honed skills to piece together clues and bring the perpetrator to justice. Featuring an innovative card-based encounters system, you can fight with weapons and magic or settle disputes peacefully using ‘Tactical Diplomacy’. The Magister is designed for repeat playthroughs. With uniquely generated events, multiple ways to solve problems, numerous Magister types to create, and a wide variety of starting decks to master and additional cards to acquire, every investigation offers a new experience.