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In acclaimed director Edgar Wright's psychological thriller, Last Night in Soho, Eloise (Thomasin McKenzie, Jojo Rabbit, Old), an aspiring fashion designer, is mysteriously able to enter the 1960s, where she encounters a dazzling wannabe singer, Sandie (Anya Taylor-Joy, Emma, The Queen's Gambit).

But the glamour is not all it appears to be, and the dreams of the past start to crack and splinter into something far darker.

Bonus Content:
Includes Blu-ray, DVD and a digital copy of Last Night in Soho (Subject to expiration. Go to for details.)
Making of Featurettes
Deleted Scenes
"Downtown" Music Video
Feature Commentary with Director/Co-writer Edgar Wright, Editor Paul Machliss and Composer Steve Price
Feature Commentary with Director/Co-writer Edgar Wright and Co-writer Krysty Wilson-Cairns

Akira, the crown jewel of anime and science fiction, returns with remastered 4K visuals and remixed audio. In the future, Shotaro Kaneda and his motorcycle gang tear through Neo Tokyo, a city divided by growing tensions. But when caught in an accident, Kaneda's friend Tetsuo Shima discovers a secret government project and receives psychic abilities beyond his control.

Bonus Content:
Akira sound Clip (1988)
Music for Akira
Kaneda's Theme
Ethnic Meets Hi-Tech
Director Interview
Storyboard Collection
The Writing on the Wall
Original Trailers
Original Commercials
Restoring Akira
English Voice Over
English 5.1 Audio Mix
U.S Trailer (2013)

DARIO ARGENTO’S Masterpiece Of Terror – Uncut, Uncensored And Newly Remastered!

When beautiful police detective Anna Manni follows the bloody trail of a sophisticated serial murderer/rapist through the streets of Italy, the young woman falls victim to the bizarre "Stendhal Syndrome" - a hallucinatory phenomenon which causes her to lose her mind and memory in the presence of powerful works of art. Trapped in this twilight realm, Anna plunges deeper and deeper into sexual psychosis, until she comes to know the killer's madness more intimately than she ever imagined.

Horror maestro Dario Argento (SUSPIRIA, OPERA) reaches new heights of florid fantasy and Grand Guignol with this warped work of art starring Maxim Magazine's "Sexiest Woman in the World" Asia Argento (LAND OF THE DEAD, XXX), Thomas Kretschmann (DRACULA 3D, KING KONG) and Marco Leonardi (FROM DUSK TILL DAWN 3, CINEMA PARADISO). Previously edited outside of Italy, Blue Underground proudly presents THE STENDHAL SYNDROME in a gorgeous 2K restoration from the original camera negative and bursting with Extras!


Critically acclaimed 2K restoration from the original uncensored camera negative
New 2-Disc Special Edition loaded with exclusive Extras
High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) Widescreen 1.85:1 feature presentation + Bonus Features DVD
Audio: English, Italian: 7.1 DTS-HD; English, Italian: 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround EX; English, Italian: 2.0 DTS-HD
Subtitles: English for Italian Audio, English SDH, Français, Español
Audio Commentary with Troy Howarth, author of So Deadly, So Perverse
Three Shades Of Asia – Interview with Star Asia Argento
Prisoner Of Art – Interview with Co-Writer Franco Ferrini
Sharp As A Razor – Interview with Special Makeup Artist Franco Casagni
Director: Dario Argento
Inspiration: Psychological Consultant Graziella Magherini
Special Effects: Sergio Stivaletti
Assistant Director: Luigi Cozzi
Production Designer: Massimo Antonello Geleng
Theatrical Trailer
Poster & Still Gallery



The Daimajin Trilogy saw Daieis Kyoto studios bringing its own iconic movie monster to life in a unique but short-lived series that transplants the Golem legend to Japans Warring States period of the late-16th century.

In Daimajin, directed by Kimiyoshi Yasuda (Yokai Monsters, Zatoichi on the Road), the young son and daughter of the benevolent feudal lord Hanabusa flee to the mountains when their parents are slain by the treacherous usurper Odate. Ten years later, when the elderly priestess who has harbored them is also murdered, the rage of the slumbering ancient god that lies beneath the crumbling giant stone idol hidden deep in the forests in the mountains is invoked. In Return of Daimajin, Kenji Misumi (Tale of Zatoichi, Lone Wolf and Cub) brings his usual stylistic flourish, as the wrathful deity is roused from his new home on an island in the middle of a lake by the violent incursions of a vicious warlord. In the final film, Wrath of Daimajin, by veteran jidaigeki director Kazuo Mori, four young boys make a perilous trip to elicit the help of the ancient mountain god in freeing their family members who have been enslaved by a tyrannical lord.

Remarkably overlooked in the West, these three thrilling tales of feudal oppression and divine retribution meted out by the iconic stone warrior of the title combine lavish period detail with jaw-dropping special effects.


High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation of the three Daimajin films

Lossless original Japanese and dubbed English mono audio for all films

Optional English subtitles

Illustrated collectors 100 page book featuring new essays by Jonathan Clements, Keith Aiken, Ed Godziszewski, Raffael Coronelli, Erik Homenick, Robin Gatto and Kevin Derendorf

Postcards featuring the original Japanese artwork for all three films

Reversible sleeves featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Matt Frank

Brand new audio commentary by Japanese film expert Stuart Galbraith IV

Newly filmed introduction by critic Kim Newman

Bringing the Avenging God to Life, a brand new exclusive video essay about the special effects of the Daimajin films by Japanese film historian Ed Godziszewski

Alternate opening credits for the US release as Majin - The Monster of Terror

Trailers for the original Japanese and US releases

Image gallery

Brand new audio commentary by Japanese film experts Tom Mes and Jasper Sharp

My Summer Holidays with Daimajin, a newly filmed interview with Professor Yoneo Ota, director of the Toy Film Museum, Kyoto Film Art Culture Research Institute, about the production of the Daimajin films at Daiei Kyoto

From Storyboard to Screen: Bringing Return of Daimajin to Life, a comparison of several key scenes in Return of Daimajin with the original storyboards

Alternate opening credits for the US release as Return of the Giant Majin

Trailers for the original Japanese and US releases

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Brand new audio commentary by Asian historian Jonathan Clements

Interview with cinematographer Fujio Morita discussing his career at Daiei and his work on the Daimajin Trilogy

Trailers for the original Japanese release

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In a career spanning four decades and encompassing virtually every genre under the sun, Mario Bava inspired multiple generations of filmmakers, from Dario Argento to Martin Scorsese and Tim Burton. Best remembered for his gothic horror movies, for his final feature, Shock, he eschewed the grand guignol excesses of Black Sabbath or Blood and Black Lace for a more intimate portrait of mental breakdown in which true horror comes from within.

Dora (Daria Nicolodi, Deep Red) moves back into her old family home with her husband, Bruno (John Steiner, Tenebrae), and Marco (David Colin Jr., Beyond the Door), her young son from her previous marriage. But domestic bliss proves elusive as numerous strange and disturbing occurrences transpire, while Dora is haunted by a series of nightmares and hallucinations, many of them involving her dead former husband. Is the house itself possessed? Or does Dora’s increasingly fragile grip on reality originate from somewhere far closer to home?

Released in the United States as a sequel to Ovidio G. Assonitis’s Beyond the Door, Shock more than lives up to its name, proving that, even at this late stage in his career, Bava hadn’t lost his touch for terror. Now restored in high definition for the first time, the Maestro of the Macabre’s chilling swansong disturbs like never before in this feature-laden release from Arrow Video.


High Definition Blu-ray™ (1080p) presentation

Brand new 2K restoration from the original 35mm camera negative by Arrow Films

Original Italian and English front and end titles and insert shots

Restored original lossless mono Italian and English soundtracks

Newly translated English subtitles for the Italian soundtrack

Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing for the English soundtrack

New audio commentary by Tim Lucas, author of Mario Bava: All the Colors of the Dark

A Ghost in the House, a new video interview with co-director and co-writer Lamberto Bava

Via Dell’Orologio 33, a new video interview with co-writer Dardano Sacchetti

The Devil Pulls the Strings, a new video essay by author and critic Alexandra Heller-Nicholas

Shock! Horror! – The Stylistic Diversity of Mario Bava, a new video appreciation by author and critic Stephen Thrower

The Most Atrocious Tortur(e), a new interview with critic Alberto Farina

Italian theatrical trailer

4 US “Beyond the Door II” TV spots

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Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Christopher Shy


Nightmare and trauma. Fear and repression. Guilt and atonement. Weaving together the emotional violence of horror with the cryptic motifs of German folk and fairy tales, Arrow Video is proud to present Sleep, the debut feature from a major new talent in world cinema.

Tormented by recurring nightmares of a place she has never been, Marlene (Sandra Hüller, Requiem) cannot help but investigate when she discovers the place is real. Once there, she suffers a breakdown and is admitted to a psychiatric ward. Determined to discover what happened to her, Mona (Gro Swantje Kohlhof), her daughter, follows and finds herself in Stainbach, an idyllic village with a dark history. What is it that so tormented her mother, and the people of Stainbach? What is the source of the nightmares she suffers? And who is the mysterious Trude that lives in the forest?

Richly conceived and confidently told, director Michael Venus draws influence from Mario Bava, David Lynch, Franz Kafka and the Brothers Grimm, but his voice is uniquely his own. As invested in substance and story as he is in style, Venus claws his way down to the roots of what haunts a people, a community, a nation and comes up screaming. “Will definitely keep you up at night” - Joey Keough, Wicked Horror


High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation

Original DTS-MA 5.1 audio

Optional English subtitles

Audio commentary by film critic and historian Kim Newman & author Sean Hogan

A Strange Dark Magic, a visual essay by film scholar Alexandra Heller-Nicholas

Sleepwalking through National Trauma, a visual essay by film critic Anton Bitel

Dream & Folktale in Sleep, an interview with anthropologist, dream researcher, and filmmaker Louise S. Milne

This is No Dream, a short introduction by director Michael Venus and star Gro Swantje Kohlhof

Talking in their Sleep, director Michael Venus and star Gro Swantje Kohlhof in conversation

A Dream We Dream Together, a compilation of film festival introductions created during lockdown by director Michael Venus and the cast of Sleep

Making Dreams Come True, a glimpse behind the scenes of Sleep

Deleted Scenes

Marlene’s Sketches, explore the many obsessive dream journal sketches that are only glimpsed in the film, created by artist Christoph Vieweg, presented here in full


Image gallery

Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Oink Creative

Illustrated collector's booklet featuring new writing by Alison Peirse, an interview with director Michael Venus, and Brothers Grimm fairy tale "Frau Trude"

Double-sided fold-out poster featuring newly commissioned artwork by Oink Creative

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