Some stellar titles will be releasing from Arrow Video on February 25th.
First up is the multi-disc set One Missed Call Trilogy. This legendary trio of J-horror films launched with Takashi Miike's 2003 film about people who receive strange voicemails from their future selves predicting their deaths. Yumi Nakamura, a young psychology student, begins to investigate the calls and discovers this terrifying circumstance has been plaguing Japan for centuries. The original series was followed by two more films, One Missed Called 2 and One Missed Call: The Final Call. While the franchise never quite reached the popularity of contemporaries like the Ring and Ju-on: The Grudge, it's certainly not without its own devoted fanbase thanks to its visual flare and the nightmare scenario catered towards a generation that grew up with cell phones. The complete trilogy comes to Blu-ray with a full voicemail of special features thank include interviews, documentaries, a TV special, a short film and more.
Rounding out February is José Ramón Larraz's bonkers late-era slasher, Deadly Manor. Also known as Savage Lust, this final genre effort from Larraz follows a pretty standard template as teens stay the night in an abandoned mansion that happens to be home to a lunatic killer.
Restored in 2K using the original elements, Deadly Manor will be making its Blu-ray debut. This release will include a multitude of special features, including a new interview with actress Jennifer Delora and the original VHS trailer.