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Arrow Films, founded in 1991, has made its mark in the world of home entertainment by curating a catalog that celebrates the richness of cinema. With a keen eye for diverse and unconventional films, Arrow has become synonymous with artistic excellence and a dedication to presenting lesser-known works to a wider audience. Arrow emerged responding to the demand for meticulously curated releases of niche and cult films, founded on a passion for cinema, the label quickly established itself as a platform for high-quality editions that showcased films previously relegated to the fringes of the industry, but soon expanded its reach to encompass a wide range of genres, including arthouse cinema, world cinema, and classic Hollywood releases. 
Winter is here, and with it comes an exciting arrow sale at fopp! get ready for incredible discounts not only on the entire catalogue but also on the latest arrow releases. let’s dive into the new releases included in the sale…

The Lighthouse


From Robert Eggers, the visionary director of The Witch and The Northman, comes The Lighthouse, a hypnotic and hallucinatory tale of two men teetering on the edge of sanity.
Two “wickies” – one inexperienced (Robert Pattinson, Tenet), the other a grizzled veteran (Willem Dafoe, To Live and Die in LA) – arrive on a remote New England island in the 1890s for a four-week stint maintaining the local lighthouse. But as isolation and personal differences take their toll, both men slowly succumb to their inner demons and to the strange, otherworldly allure of the lighthouse itself…
Featuring virtuoso performances by its two leads, striking and period-authentic monochrome photography, and shot through with wickedly dark humour, The Lighthouse is an intense, claustrophobic experience like no other that cements Eggers’ status as one of the most exciting filmmakers of our time.


  • 4K (2160p) Ultra HD Blu-ray presentation in Dolby Vision (HDR10 compatible), approved by director Robert Eggers 
  • Original lossless 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio 
  • Audio commentary by cowriter/ director Robert Eggers 
  • Art of Darkness – an in-depth documentary on the film, its production, themes and influences, featuring interviews with co-writer/director Robert Eggers, director of photography Jarin Blaschke, production designer Craig Lathrop, costume designer Linda Muir and authors Guy Adams and Alexandra Benedict 
  • The Lighthouse Next Door: The Consuming House Tale of Robert Eggers’ The Lighthouse – a visual essay on The Lighthouse and its folklore influences by author and critic Kat Ellinger
  • The Lighthouse: A Dark & Stormy Tale – a three-part documentary on the making of the film 
  • Deleted scenes 

    The Fun House


From director Tobe Hooper, the filmmaker who revolutionised horror cinema in 1974 with The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, comes The Funhouse, where amidst the carnival excitement, danger is lurking around every corner!
The carnival is in town, and Amy doesn’t want to miss it, no matter what her parents say! After telling them a tall tale about going to the movies, she skives off with her friends Liz and Richie, and Buzz, her date for the night, to enjoy an evening of rides, cotton candy and of course, drugs. Things are going fine until Richie dares the group to sneak into the funhouse and spend the night, but as the carnival closes, they witness the brutal murder of the carnival fortune teller by a mask-wearing ride attendant! Trapped in the funhouse with the killer hot on their heels, will the group manage to escape? And who… or what… is hiding behind the mask?
Combining a chilling and macabre atmosphere with spectacular gory set pieces, The Funhouse is one hell of a ride!


  • High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation
  • Original uncompressed stereo audio
  • Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
  • Audio commentary with The Funhouse SFX wizard Craig Reardon and Jeffrey Reddick (creator of the Final Destination series)
  • Audio commentary with producer Derek Power and genre scholar Howard S. Berger
  • Audio commentary with Justin Kerswell, author of Teenage Wasteland and host of the slasher cinema website Hysteria Lives, and author Calum Waddell
  • Stuck in the Funhouse with director Tobe Hooper
  • Carnage at the Carnival, Tobe Hooper Remembers ‘The Funhouse’
Miles of Mayhem: Acting in Tobe’s Funhouse with star Miles Chapin

Fear and Loating in Las Vegas


Considered unfilmable for decades, Hunter S. Thompson’s literary landmark of psychedelic excess finally met its cinematic match in anarchic visionary director Terry Gilliam (Twelve Monkeys) and two no-holds-barred star performances by Johnny Depp and Benicio del Toro.
Raoul Duke (Depp) and his volatile Samoan attorney Dr. Gonzo (del Toro) are en route to Las Vegas, ostensibly on a banal journalistic assignment, but the suitcase full of psychoactive narcotics in their possession tells another story. Beset by bats, horny lizards and runaway hotel carpet upon their arrival, the pair plunge deeper into the pharmaceutically enhanced neon underbelly of the City of Sin on a chemically charged savage journey to the heart of the American Dream.
Flashback to Gilliam and Thompson’s trip of a lifetime with this 4K restoration, accompanied by an outstanding selection of bonus material delving into the history of the film and the original book.


  • 4K restoration from the original negative approved by Terry Gilliam
  • 4K (2160p) UHD Blu-ray presentation in Dolby Vision (HDR10 compatible)
  • Original 5.1 & 2.0 DTS-HD Master Audio 
  • Optional subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
  • Feature commentary by Terry Gilliam, moderated by Phil Stubbs 
  • Savage: Finding The American Nightmare, an appreciation by film historian Ian Christie 
  • The Gonzo Papers, an interview with producer Laila Nabulsi 
  • Grim Memories & Bad Flashbacks, an interview with star Benicio del Toro 
  • Ignore This Terrible Drug: The Art and Style of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, a featurette including interviews with cinematographer Nicola Pecorini, production designer Alex McDowall, costume designer Julie Weiss and editor Lesley Walker

Enter the Video Store: Empire of Screams


Remember the shelves of your local video store? Those days aren’t gone! Reject reality and substitute your own with Arrow Video! In 1983, entrepreneurial producer and director Charles Band founded Empire International Pictures, which would go on to make some of the most memorable and beloved genre movies of the 1980s. Empire became a mainstay of video stores across the world with their catchy titles, outlandish art, and Band’s wholehearted belief in giving audiences a good time.
Restored for the digital era with a wealth of extras, these films have never looked better. No need for a time machine, these golden age video classics will send you back to the 80s!


  • 2K restorations by Arrow Films from the best available materials
  • High Definition Blu-Ray (1080p) presentations of all five films
  • Original lossless mono/stereo/5.1 audio options
  • Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
  • Slipcase packaging featuring original artwork by Laurie Greasley
  • Reversible sleeves featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Ilan Sheady

Shaw Brothers Presents: The Basher Box


At the dawn of the 1970s, a new kind of hard-hitting action film swept the Asian film industry: the kung fu movie, often known to Western audiences as ‘bashers’ for their emphasis on hand-to-hand combat. Shaw Brothers was one of the greatest producers of these eye-popping action spectaculars, revolutionizing the genre through the back-breaking work of top-shelf talent on both sides of the camera as well as unbeatable widescreen production value, much of it shot at ‘Movietown’, their huge, privately-owned studio on the outskirts of Hong Kong.
This triple bill of redemption and revenge kicks off in 1972 with Korean director Chung Chang-wha’s King Boxer, the film that established kung fu cinema as an international box office powerhouse when it hit Stateside cinemas under the title Five Fingers of Death. From there we see Chang Cheh, arguably Shaw’s most prolific director, helm the blood-soaked brutality of The Boxer from Shantung and Chinatown Kid, the latter set on the streets of San Francisco.


  • 2K restoration by Arrow Films from a 4K scan of the original negative
  • High Definition (1080p) Blu-ray presentation
  • Restored uncompressed Mandarin and English original mono audio
  • English subtitles for the Mandarin audio, plus English hard-of-hearing subtitles for the English dub
  • Trailers
  • Image gallery


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