ARROW’s March 2023 Line-up

❉ ARROW travels through time, dives into the minds of Dennis Hopper and Nic Roeg, showcases cult hero Jeffrey Combs and more.

Key highlights this March on the essential, alternative streaming service ARROW includes the dizzying Japanese sci-fi comedy Summer Time Machine Blues; the debut of two outstanding Paul Joyce documentaries, Dennis Hopper: Some Kind of Genius and Nothing As It Seems: The Films of Nicholas Roeg; an unmissable season of cult gems featuring genre hero Jeffrey Combs; a fascinating documentary on Get Carter director Mike Hodges; a behind-the scenes look at sci-fi classic Barbarella and horror favourite The Mutilator, and much much more…

In March, ARROW are proud to present Summer Time Machine Blues, a delightful teenage time-travel comedy from 2005 and a cult favourite in Japan, from the makers of the highly-acclaimed sci-fi comedy Beyond the Infinite Two Minutes. Summer Time Machine Blues, which Backseat Mafia acclaimed is “wildly inventive and impossible not to enjoy”, sees a gang of students discover a working time machine leading to all manner of delightful mayhem… and you can follow their antics on ARROW in March.

Also in March, Mary Queen of Scots, a stirring account of the beleaguered Queen’s turbulent life, with an outstanding performance by Camille Rutherford (Blue Is The Warmest Colour) in the lead role. A Swiss/French co-production, based on the novel by Stefan Zweig, and directed by Thomas Imbach, Eye For Film describes it as “a spare and taut account and a view of Mary as a woman far ahead of her time who fought to live her own passions”.

Read on for the full March 2023 Line-up including all synopses and more…


Seasons in March include Re-Animated: The Jeffrey Combs Collection, an unmissable selection of cult films starring the legendary actor Jeffrey Combs, whose mere presence makes any film he’s in automatically 27% better, with titles including Castle Freak, Doctor Mordrid, and Lurking Fear;  Nico Mastorakis: Hellas Raiser, showcasing the Greek genre film god’s pulpy thrillers jam-packed full of excitement, action and gore, with titles including .com For Murder, Island of Death, and Nightmare at Noon; and Death By Stereo, a collection of music and audio-based ARROW features, shorts and extras up to 11!

March 3: Re-Animated: The Jeffrey Combs Collection

Cult film legend Jeffrey Combs is an actor whose mere presence makes any film he’s in automatically 27% better and whose talent at making any character he portrays absolutely unforgettable makes anything he’s in a must-see.

Re-Animated: The Jeffrey Combs Collection collects together some of his most memorable roles, from Dr. Herbert West to Doctor Mordrid and including his incredible turn as a put-upon father who reaches his breaking point versus a Castle Freak.

March 10: Nico Mastorakis: Hellas Raiser

Greek genre film god, Nico Mastorakis, has been banging out pulpy thrillers jam-packed full of excitement, action and gore since the 1970s. To celebrate the arrival of his cyber-thriller, .com for Murder, on ARROW, here is a collection of some of Mastorakis’ best. From his telekinetic Giallo debut, Death Has Blue Eyes; to his Video Nasty, Island of Death; James Earl Jones battling underwater terror in Bloodtide and Meg Foster vs. a sickle-wielding psycho in The Wind; sit back and prepare yourself for all-out entertainment from the Hellas Raiser himself, Nico Mastorakis.

March 17: Death By Stereo

Turn this collection of music and audio-based ARROW features, shorts and extras up to 11! From sound as a weapon in LFO to a caged female house band in Blood Dolls, Death By Stereo features wild musical numbers, feuding punk bands and musicians in danger, as well as music videos from effects legend Screamin’ Mad George, a singalong Re-animator dance anthem (for real) and even Goblin’s Claudio Simonetti discussing the score for Dario Argento’s Deep Red. Titles Include: LFO, Burst City, Hellbent.

March 24: Horror Movie Survival Guide Selects

The final Season of the month comes courtesy of our friends at the hit Horror Movie Survival Guide podcast. Julia Marchese and Teri Gamble have been in training to be Final Girls for over 200 episodes now, so they know a thing or two about horror. Come with us now, as they delve into the ARROW archives to Select their favourite films for Horror Movie Survival Guide Selects.
Titles include: The Deeper You Dig, Season of the Witch, The Cabinet of Dr Caligari, The Hills Have Eyes, The Crazies, Blood Feast, Ringu, Things To Come, Blind Beast, Horrors of Malformed Men, Two Witches, The Stylist, Vampyres, Puppet Master, Children of the Corn, The Italian Connection, The Devil’s Rain, The Bird with the Crystal Plumage.


In March, ARROW present two documentaries from renowned documentarian Paul Joyce: Dennis Hopper: Some Kind of Genius, a revealing, entertaining and intimate interview with the legendary star of Apocalypse Now and Blue Velvet whose directorial debut, Easy Rider, irreparably altered Hollywood forever; and Nothing As It Seems: The Films of Nicholas Roeg, a terrifically insightful look at the formidable British director behind cult classics Walkabout, PerformanceThe Man Who Fell to Earth, Don’t Look Now and The Witches.

Also in March, Camille Rutherford starring in the riveting royal drama Mary Queen of Scots; Ewan McGregor and Eva Green in the dazzling Perfect Sense, and more…



Get us up close and personal as possible with Dennis Hopper in Some Kind of Genius – an intimate interview with the legendary star of Apocalypse Now and Blue Velvet whose directorial debut, Easy Rider, irreparably altered Hollywood forever. The immediacy of Paul Joyce’s documentary will make you feel as though you are sat across from Hopper as he candidly recounts a rollercoaster career of rises and falls and multiple Renaissances. From his start performing Shakespeare, to having his life and acting style changed by Brando, to working with James Dean, Hopper tells absolutely all, including how he got Easy Rider made and approached it like a Western, to the lows of his second film as a director flopping and his problems with drink and drugs.


The British director behind Cult classics Walkabout, Performance, The Man Who Fell to Earth, Don’t Look Now and The Witches – Nicolas Roeg – is the focus of the terrifically insightful documentary from Paul Joyce, Nothing As It Seems: The Films of Nicolas Roeg. Climb into the back of a white Rolls Royce with Roeg’s Performance co-director Donald Campbell (and two bottles of gin) to learn what made Roeg a very special filmmaker from the outset and why he was so appealing to stars like Mick Jagger and David Bowie. Then, Joyce’s trademark unmatched access conjures up an assortment of screenwriters queuing up to give expert analysis on Roeg’s filmography and the development of a one-of-a-kind style that reached an unforgettable crescendo in Don’t Look Now.



From cult director Nico Mastorakis (Island of Death, Hired to Kill) comes Nightmare at Noon, a hectic mashup of eco-horror and shoot ‘em up full of daring stunts and explosive action!

Something strange is afoot in a small remote town in Utah, as a series of sinister state experiments in the surrounding desert leads to the contamination of its water supply, transforming the residents into lethal brainless maniacs. Enter vacationing lawyer Ken Griffiths (Wings Hauser, Vice Squad), his sassy wife Cheri (Kimberly Beck) and Reilly (Bo Hopkins), the mysterious hitchhiker they pick up on the road, who find themselves thrust into the midst of this madness when they stop for a drink at the local diner.

Featuring an epic score by Stanley Myers and Hans Zimmer (Inception, The Dark Knight series) and set amongst the spectacular backdrop of Arches National Park, Nightmare at Noon is a non-stop adrenaline pumping thrill ride!



Mike Hodges: A Film-Maker’s Life is a documentary concerning the life and work of film director Mike Hodges.


Retrospective documentary on the making of the 1980s slasher horror splatter cult classic The Mutilator (1984).


Get a never-before-seen look behind the scenes of the making of the sexy and swinging sci-fi cult classic, Barbarella, in Barbarella Forever.



Mary Queen of Scots (Camille Rutherford) is a young woman who, having grown up in France, finds a kindred spirit in her new country as a queen alone in a kingdom devastated by war. Providing stability for Scotland’s future in the birth of her son, she is unable to find stability in her own heart, as a jealous love affair leads to treachery, tragedy and death. Spurned by the country that once embraced her, Mary finds herself trapped in a corner with no one left to trust. This is a story about a queen, this is a story about a wife, but most of all this is a story about a woman, and the choices she’ll make to protect her liberty, her love, and her life.


Susan (Eva Green) is a scientist searching for answers to important questions. So important that she has given up on other things, like love – until she meets Michael (Ewan McGregor). Susan and Michael find themselves embarking on a sensual adventure while the world around them seems to be falling apart. A life-affirming look at what it means to love and be loved in turbulent times.



Summer Time Machine Blues is a delightful teenage time-travel comedy from 2005 and a cult favourite in Japan. To members of the university Sci-Fi Club, summer means hanging around in the clubhouse with the air-con blasting. When the air-con remote is accidentally broken, the friends are forced to face the full heat of summer. The next day, after an encounter with a mysterious student, they discover an incredible new addition to their clubhouse: a working time machine. Now they can go back to before the remote broke and cool down again. If only time travel was that simple…


A wild and quirky Japanese omnibus of stories adapted from the manga by Hiroyuki Ohashi (On-gaku: Our Sound) comprise this live-action feature by directors Naoto Takenaka, Takayuki Yamada and Takumi Saitoh.

There’s an old man who feels the need to impart his knowledge to a grown-up granddaughter; a quiet loner seeking self-discovery on his bike and the fisherman he encounters who invites him to a special meal; a school friendship that turns awkward because of an infatuation with an older sibling; a boy and his father who have very different ideas about how to enjoy themselves; and a friendship between two neighbours that revolves around a series of notes. Scripted by Yutaka Kuramochi, Zokki is less an anthology than a series of snapshots of a strange and quirky world.


New Titles – From March 3

  • Dennis Hopper: Some Kind of Genius
  • Nothing As It Seems: The Films of Nicholas Roeg

From March 10

  • Nightmare at Noon

From March 17

  • Barbarella Forever!
  • Mike Hodges: A Film-Maker’s Life
  • Fall Breakers: The Making of ‘The Mutilator’

From March 24

  • Mary Queen of Scots
  • Perfect Sense

From March 31

  • Summer Time Machine Blues
  • Zokki

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