Maniac Cop and other horror hits on Arrow Video Channel in July

Tom Atkins (Photo by Bobby Bank/Getty Images)
Tom Atkins (Photo by Bobby Bank/Getty Images) /

Maniac Cop, Bride of Re-Animator and other horror hits are streaming on the Arrow Video Channel in July. It’s time to revisit the 1980’s.

Maniac Cop, William Lustig’s B movie horror classic, has something for everyone. Yes, it’s formulaic and covers all of the basic tropes, (an indestructible serial killer stalker, the morally ambiguous hero, the grizzled, veteran cop and the hot, gorgeous blonde) but for those of us that love to be scared, this film is like comfort food.

You can’t go wrong with a cast that includes two icons of the genre, Tom Atkins and Bruce Campbell. Who better to take on a murderous police officer that is terrorizing New York?

Arrow Video Channel has added Maniac Cop to its selection of 1980’s chillers for July. Director Brian Yuzna’s Bride of Re-Animator with Jeffrey Combs (reprising his role as Dr. Herbert West) has also been added to the summer line-up on the streaming network as well.

Herbert and fellow doctor, Dan Cain (Bruce Abbott) decide to pull a dark version of Weird Science. Together, utilizing dead tissue, they attempt to create the perfect woman. Like Re-Animator before it, this installment in the Stuart Gordon franchise is a terrific blend of frights and humorous situations.

In addition to Maniac Cop and Bride of Re-Animator, here is a list of more horrifying movies that can be found on Arrow next month.

  • The Burning
  • Demons
  • Rawhead Rex
  • Bride of Re-Animator
  • Society
  • The Mutilator
  • Maniac Cop
  • Pieces
  • Hellbound: Hellraiser II
  • Slaughter High
  • Hoe
  • Creepshow 2
  • Elvira: Mistress of the Dark
  • Bloody Birthday
  • Hellraiser
  • Doom Asylum
  • Brain Damage
  • Microwave Massacre
  • Hoe II: The Second Story
  • The Initiation
  • Return of the Killer Tomatoes
  • Demons 2
  • Satan’s Blade
  • Blood Rage
  • The Exterminator

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