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ARROW Confirm VOD Premiere of French Shocker ‘PANDEMONIUM’ With a Host of Brand New Extras

Arrow Video has today confirmed that Pandemonium, the latest macabre shocker from filmmaker Quarxx (All the Gods in the Sky), will receive its VOD premiere this coming May 27th.

Written and directed by Quarxx, this singular blend of fantasy, drama, genre and comedy follows Nathan (Hugo DillonAKA, “The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon”), an ordinary man who finds himself on an unexpected journey. After realising he has died at the scene of a car crash, Nathan plunges into the depths of hell, where he is condemned to experience the suffering of tortured souls along the way.

The film invites viewers on a terrifying journey as three interconnecting narratives unfold in this haunting exploration of tales depicting fallen souls. From the intricacies of everyday drama to the realms of supernatural intrigue, each story weaves a haunting tapestry that blurs the lines between the mortal and the supernatural.

The film received its world premiere at Neuchâtel and has since played at Fantasia, Frightfest, Fantasy FilmFest, Sitges, Grimmfest, Trieste and Screamfest.

Starting from 27 May, you will be able to enjoy Pandemonium at home on ARROW where it will come packing a whole host of brand new extras. The film will also be available on all major VOD platforms, including Apple TV and Prime Video.


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