Here’s All the Horror Coming to ARROW for November 2022

It’s November, and with it comes a new lineup of films on the ARROW platform. The November 2022 lineup is filled with several titles across genres and leads with the ARROW release of Quentin Dupieux’s French comedy, “Incredible But True,” available exclusively on ARROW starting November 7. But you’re here for the horror, so here’s a breakdown of what ARROW has in store for horror fans this month.

November 4 launches November Seasons with “Jean Rollin Vol. III,” Deeply misunderstood and widely misrepresented, during his decades-long career as a film director (1958-2009), Rollin’s work received no recognition in his native country of France and was utterly unknown anywhere else. Rollin attained a marginal cult status in niche English-speaking genre circles in the nineties because of home video. Otherwise, he has remained entirely obscure to many audiences. This third volume of films includes the titles “Fascination,” “Lips of Blood,” “The Grapes of Death,” “The Night of the Hunted,” “The Escapees,” and “Zombie Lake.”

The November 7 release of “Incredible But True” leads into “En Français,” a curated collection of the best in French film, covering the whole gamut and history of Gallic cinema, including French horror from the New French Extremity.

On November 11, ARROW brings a pair of monster flicks to wreak havoc on North American subscribers. with “Humanoids from the Deep” and “Inseminoid.” “Humanoids from the Deep” tells of a species of mysterious, mutated sea creatures who begin killing men and raping women in a seaside town in the Pacific Northwest after a new cannery introduces scientifically augmented salmon. “Inseminoid” follows a crew of interplanetary archaeologists who are threatened when an alien creature impregnates one of their members, causing her to turn homicidal and murder them one by one.

Also, on November 11, dive into the seedy underbelly of cinema with two documentaries on film noir: “The Long Haul of A.I. Bezzerides” and “Dark and Deadly: 50 Years of Film Noir.”

ARROW rounds out the month with two additional genre offerings on November 25 “The Devil’s Rain” and “The Final Terror.” In “The Devil’s Rain,” A Satanist cult leader is burnt alive by the local church, and he vows to come back to hunt down and enslave every descendant of his congregation, by the power of the book of blood contracts, in which they sold their souls to the devil. “The Final Terror,” tells of a group of friends who head out for what is expected to be a vacation of hiking, camping, and a good time, but when a backwoods mama finds them on her turf, it becomes anything but a vacation.

Check out a teaser of all of this month’s highlights below:

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