Here's Everything New Streaming on ARROW This July

'Maniac,' 'Manhattan Baby,' 'Slumber Party Massacre II,' 'Irezumi' and more cult films than you can handle are coming soon
Here's Everything New Streaming on ARROW This July
Without question, Arrow Video already stands as a giant in the world of cult and horror when it comes to physical film releases. Slowly but surely, though, its ARROW streaming platform has been emerging as an essential service for anyone looking for films that go far beyond the norm. Now, with July just around the corner, ARROW has rolled out its list of new streaming offerings headed our way.

July will find the team at ARROW adding a ton of classic titles to its increasingly robust catalog. Among those standouts are the ever-classic slasher Maniac, Lucio Fulci's Manhattan Baby, the beloved sci-fi-tinted Shock Waves, The Prowler, Heavy Trip and Slumber Party Massacre II.

ARROW will also be serving a massive slab of Spaghetti Western, adding Companeros, Massacre Time, And God Said to Cain, Bandidos and My Name Is Pecos. And from Japan, we're getting Yasuzô Masumura's Irezumi and Giants and Toys.

Finally, since it's now officially roadtrip season, ARROW is also heading on its own Summer Road Trip, highlighting the work of revolutionary American filmmakers like George Romero, Lucky McKee, William Grefe, Jill Gevargizian, Bill Rebane, Chelsea Stardust, and Patrick Picard.

Down below, you can see the full list of upcoming July titles, as well as check out a trailer.

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ARROW's July 2021 Titles:

July 1: Heavy Trip (US/CA/UK), Slumber Party Massacre II (US/CA), American: The Bill Hicks Story (US/UK), Ice Cream Man (US/CA/UK), God Told Me To (US/CA), Manhattan Baby (US/CA), Maniac (US/CA), and Vigilante (US/CA).
 
July 2: See the first episode from Hammer Films' 80s anthology series "Hammer House of Horror": Witching Time (US).
 
July 9: Shock Waves (US/CA) and another installment of "Hammer House of Horror": The Thirteenth Reunion (US).
 
July 10: Holiday Fear and Mother Fucker (US/CA/UK), two shorts from Nicholas Payne Santos (Uncle Peckerhead).
 
July 12: Celebrate Europe's take on the Wild West with the debut of classic Spaghetti Westerns Companeros (US/CA), Massacre Time (US/CA/UK), And God Said to Cain (US/CA/UK), Bandidos (US/CA/UK), and My Name is Pecos (US/CA/UK).
 
July 16: The Prowler (US/CA) and another installment of "Hammer House of Horror": Rude Awakening (US).
 
July 19: Irezumi and Giants and Toys (both US/CA/UK).
 
July 23: Growing Pains (US), The Prowler (US/CA) and short film Satanic Panic '87 from director Bryan M. Ferguson. 
 
July 30: "Hammer House of Horror": The House That Bled Death (US).

ARROW's Summer Road Trip:

July 1 will hit the gas in the North East, covering films that take place in New England and the Mid-Atlantic. July 1 titles include: The Woman, The Driller Killer, Deadly Manor, Dark August, The Crazies, and Season of the Witch.
 
July 9 heads South, taking a cinematic journey through the South Atlantic, East South Central and the West South Central. July 9 titles include: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Slayer, The Mutilator, Scared Stiff, The Annihilators and She-Devils On Wheels.
 
July 16 ventures to the Midwest, highlighting horrors everywhere from the Dakotas to Missouri. July 16 titles include: The Stylist, A Ghost Waits, Lake Michigan Monster, The Chill Factor, Deadbeat at Dawn and Trapped Alive.
 
July 23 goes West, finding terror all the way to the Pacific Ocean. July 23 titles include: The Bloodhound, Switchblade Sisters, The Prey, The Hills Have Eyes, The El Duce Tapes, and The Witch Came From the Sea.