Arrow Video

Ronin – Review (Arrow Video Blu-ray)

When do we think the last great Robert De Niro film was? I believe Ronin is the film that capped off his career. If you take a look at his IMDb page you can see that after 1998’s Ronin, his choices of movies have been, how do we say this nicely, terrible. Honestly though, if you want to end your career on a high note, Ronin would be the way to do it. It’s a fast-paced thrill ride that ...

Don’t Torture a Duckling – Review (Arrow Video Blu-ray)

Lucio Fulci has a varied career of cinematic weirdness, which ranges from gory zombie flicks, psycho slashers and quirky Giallos. This time around my review is going to about a quirky Giallo named Don’t Torture a Duckling. If you’re wondering what this little Duckling is about, it’s a convoluted, red herring filled murder mystery where it will leave you rightfully confused all th...

The Ghoul – Review (Arrow Video Blu-ray)

Let me get straight to the point with this review. I watched Arrow Video’s Blu-ray release of The Ghoul, and I’ll be frank with you, I have no idea what the hell happened in the movie. The plot summary that you can read everywhere makes you think the film is going to be a straightforward detective thriller, but that ain’t what the movie is about at all. Far from it, folks, far fr...

Latest Reviews on Cultsploitation.com

Hey, everyone! I want to make you aware of my latest reviews that have appeared on Cultsploitation.com. I hope you enjoy them! EFFECTS REVIEW (AGFA BLU-RAY) Effects has finally been restored to HD, and the results couldn’t be better. The Blu-ray ports over all features from the original DVD release, but ups the ante with a wonderful transfer. CULT THROWBACK: DEMONS Demons is a film that has ...

Brain Damage – Review (Arrow Video Blu-ray)

From the Mind of Tatlock is back again with another review of a classically absurd Frank Henenlotter film by the name of Brain Damage. If that sounds familiar, that is because I have already reviewed the movie before on this site, so this review will mainly focus on the Blu-ray from Arrow Video, with a few quotes from my previous movie review. Without further ado, let’s begin. PLOT SUMMARY IT̵...

Pulse – Review (Arrow Video Blu-ray)

The year was 2001 and internet was still in its infancy stage. High speed wasn’t around, and dial-up was your only choice. If that wasn’t bad enough, you also had to deal with ghosts travelling through the lines, infecting your computer and making you all moppy, eventually turning you into a black spot on the wall. Pulse, known as Kairo in Japan, is a supernatural horror film that takes the Ghost ...

Doberman Cop – Review (Arrow Video Blu-ray)

Let me be perfectly upfront, I wouldn’t usually watch Doberman Cop, but Arrow Video shot it over my way for review, so alas here I am with this feeble excuse for a review. The reason I wouldn’t watch it has nothing to do with it being a bad or good film, but only because it isn’t something that jumps out at me as a must watch. I still feel the same way even after watching the film. Of course, I kn...

The Bird with the Crystal Plumage – Review (Arrow Video Limited Edition Blu-ray)

I feel awful saying this, but this was my first time watching The Bird with the Crystal Plumage. I have seen most of Dario Argento’s films, but oddly enough, I never got around to watching his directorial debut. Why? I have no sweet clue, but you know what? I’m glad that I waited as I was able to finally watch the film for the first time on a fantastic Blu-ray release from Arrow Video. As for the ...

Evil Ed – Review (Arrow Video Limited Edition Blu-ray)

Evil Ed is that horror film that I’ve always been meaning to watch ever since seeing the poster of a Steven Weber lookalike going crazy. It always sat at the back of my horror mind, teasing me to seek it out and watch it, yet I never did. Having said that, you can only guess at how delighted I was when Arrow Video announced their May lineup and what do you know, Evil Ed is coming to Blu-ray! Final...

  • 1
  • 2
  • 6

Lost Password