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The Last Starfighter (Arrow Video) (Blu-ray Review)

Arrow Video unleashes a stellar 4K transfer packed with extras of this nostalgia-inducing 1984 sci-fi adventure that was one of the first films to incorporate 3D CGI visual effects.

Mallrats (Limited Edition) (Blu-ray Review)

Arrow Video delivers the goods with this new 4K restoration on Blu-ray of Kevin Smith's classic 1995 comedy.

Gamera: The Complete Collection (Arrow Video) (Blu-ray Review)

All twelve films of the titanic terrapin are brought together for the first time in this colossal Blu-ray collection from Arrow Video

Sixteen Candles (Special Collector’s Edition) (Blu-ray Review)

Arrow Video offers up a gorgeous new restoration of this 1980s classic from John Hughes.

RoboCop (Limited Edition) (Blu-ray Review)

Arrow Video reissues the MGM 4K restoration of both the director's cut and theatrical cuts here alongside a virtual treasure trove of bonus features.

An American Werewolf in London (Limited Edition) (Blu-ray Review)

Arrow Video provides this cult classic in a spruced-up new 4K restoration and a slew of fantastic bonus features and extras.

Ringu Collection (Blu-ray Review)

The original 1998 J-horror film about a vengeful ghost and a deadly videotape that started the international genre craze gets a brand new 4K restoration.

Weird Science [Arrow Video] (Blu-ray Review)

A classically irreverent 1980s teen comedy filled with memorable moments and one-liners arrives in a beautiful new restoration from Arrow Video.

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