Arrow Films are releasing The Ox-Bow Incident i on 4th July as part of their Arrow Academy label.
Directed by William A Wellman, starring Henry Fonda and Dana Andrews, this is a timeless classic.
Special Edition Contents:
• New 4K digital restoration by Twentieth Century Fox
• High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) and Standard Definition DVD presentations
• Uncompressed Mono 1.0 PCM Audio
• Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
• Audio commentary by American West historian Dick Etulain and William Wellman Jr
• Introduction by Peter Stanfield, author of Hollywood, Westerns and the 1930s: The Lost Trail and Horse Opera: The Strange History of the Singing Cowboy
• Scene-select commentaries by Stanfield
• Henry Fonda: Hollywood’s Quiet Hero, a 45-minute documentary on the actor from the Biography series
• Stills gallery
• Theatrical trailer
• Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Vladimir Zimakov
• Fully illustrated collector’s booklet containing new writing by Nick Pinkerton
Arrow Films have released a 3 disc limited edition set of Brian Yuzna’s Bride Of Re-Animator as a dual-format edition containing the DVD and blu-ray discs. The big point of interest is that it is a brand new 2K restoration.
On Arrow Video’s Facebook website, it was confirmed that 5000 copies were produced both in the UK and the US. The big attraction of this limited edition set is the third disc which contains the R-rated version.
Arrow Films are releasing the complete first series (ie “season”) of the Icelandic television drama Trapped on either a four disc DVD set or a three disc blu ray set as a part of their Nordic Noir collection.
As a ferry carrying 300 passengers from Denmark pulls into an Icelandic town’s small port, heavy snow begins to fall. The ferry can’t leave until the storm passes and the main road into town is impassable. A mutilated and dismembered body washes on the shore, an unidentifiable man murdered only hours ago. The local police chief, Andri Olafssun, whose personal life is in shatters, realises a killer has descended into his town. As word spreads, order disintegrates into chaos as the ferry’s passengers and the town’s residents realise they are all possible suspects and that a killer is trapped among them.
Arrow Films have announced that they are releasing Masaki Kobayashi’s The Human Condition (Ningen no joken) on dual format DVD and blu-ray. It’s eagerly anticipated as the first blu-ray release of the high definition print from a good vendor – to date, Criterion have only released it as a four-disc DVD set.
The current published release date is the end of May 2016.
The features of the release include:
High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) and Standard Definition DVD presentations;
Original Japanese soundtrack (uncompressed mono on the Blu-ray);
Optional English subtitles;
Introduction to the film by critic Philip Kemp;
Selected-scene commentary by Philip Kemp;
Booklet with new writing on the film by David Desser