The Bloodhound Official Trailer

First-time feature director Patrick Picard brings a fresh take to one of the best-known stories from the master of mystery and the macabre, Edgar Allan Poe, The Fall of the House of Usher, in his new slow-burner horror-thriller The Bloodhound, a hauntingly atmospheric tale described by The Hollywood News as “an impressively stylish and intellectual debut”.

Francis (Liam Aiken, A Series of Unfortunate Events), a dispossessed young man, is summoned to the secluded home of his wealthy childhood friend, JP Luret (Joe Adler, The Maze Runner), who is suffering from a mysterious affliction. Upon his arrival, Francis realizes that JP and his ethereal twin sister Vivian (Annalise Basso, Ouija: Origin of Evil) are the sole surviving members of the privileged Luret family, whose legacy has been one of depression and self-destruction, and the only occupants of their family estate. As the old friends attempt to reconnect, a number of inexplicable incidents begin to occur within the house, and Francis finds himself drawn into a world of malaise and despair, where an act of betrayal might provide his only way out… From Leal Naim and Thomas R. Burke, producers of The Endless and Synchronic; and featuring some remarkable performances from its trio of lead actors, The Bloodhound leads you on a journey exploring themes that are as relevant to today as ever before, such as the yearning for emotional connection, the perils of social isolation and the fragility of mental health.

Created for Arrow Video and edited, designed and mixed in-house at GV Film.

Crash

Theatrical trailer for the Arrow Video release of the brand new 4K restoration of Crash, taken from the original 35mm camera negative and supervised by writer/director David Cronenberg and director of photography Peter Suschitzky. Also on Digital Download on 30 November and UHD Blu-ray and Blu-ray on 14 December.
The trailer premiered on Little White Lies.

The Nights Before Christmas

Kaleidoscope Film Distribution  comissioned GVFilm to create a new trailer for the Christmas themed horror movie ‘The Nights Before Christmas’ about a murderous Santa leaving a bloody trail of revenge through a small town. Originally a sales trailer for early 2020 film markets and now used around the world to promote the film’s release.

Out now on Digital and DVD in the UK and other territories. 
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Warning From Space

The first Japanese science fiction film to be made in colour, Koji Shima’s Warning From Space features eye-popping special effects from the same team at Daiei Studios that would bring Gamera to life a decade later. As Japan is rocked by mysterious sightings of UFOs over Tokyo and large one-eyed aliens attempting contact, scientists collaborate to investigate the unexpected rise in extraterrestrial activity. Unbeknownst to them, one of the aliens has already assumed human form and is about to deliver a very important message… that could be humanity’s last hope for survival. With a witty script by Hideo Oguni (screenwriter of several Akira Kurosawa classics including Seven Samurai) and iconic starfish-like aliens designed by avant-garde artist Taro Okamoto, the original Japanese version of Warning From Space finally makes its official English-language video debut.

Original Trailer for Arrow Video and Arrow Channel.

Children Of The Corn 2

Streaming on the Arrow Video Channel in the UK this October: http://apple.co/arrowvideo The ultimate adult nightmare returns!

After the bloody secrets in the the town of Gatlin are uncovered, the locals of neighbouring Hemingford decide to adopt the surviving children and give them a fresh start in life. However, “He Who Walks Behind The Rows” has other plans… After becoming possessed by a demonic force, local teen, Micah begins to rally the youth of the town regaling them with the teachings of “He Who Walks Behind The Rows” and encouraging them to rise up and eradicate the grownups by any means possible… As harrowing as the original and serving up a fresh crop of inventive kills and carnage, Children of the Corn II: The Final Sacrifice is a noteworthy early 90s slasher classic and a welcome addition to the Children of the Corn franchise.

New original trailer for Arrow Video

Guild Of Darksteel

An epic trailer for Digerati for this epic game!
We really tried to give it a cinematic feel.
Available soon on PS4, Nintendo Switch and Steam.

Graveyard Of Honor (2002)

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.

Making Tracks

A brand new trailer and social media assets 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.

Graveyard Of Honor (1975)

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.