Arrow Video To Release 70’s Horror: The Initiation of Sarah Blu-ray This June 2022

The Initiation of Sarah Blu-ray releases this month in the UK and it’s another restoration by Arrow Films.

There’s also plenty of extra too for those that simply can’t get enough interviews and features including film critics.

The Initiation of Sarah (1978) is described as a satantic / telekinetic terror and is a made for television horror movie.

It stars Kay Lenz, Shelley Winters and Morgan Fairchild whilst Robert Day took on the directing duties.

The Initiation of Sarah Blu-ray – Arrow Video

As I mention Arrow Film has carried out a brand new 2K restoration so hats off to them for that.

  • High Definition (1080p) Blu-ray Presentation
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Original Lossless Mono Audio
  • Optional English Subtitles
  • Run Time: 96 Mins Approx
  • Number of Discs: 1
The Initiation of Sarah Blu-ray

Brand new 2K restoration from the original camera negative by Arrow Films


  • Brand New Audio Commentary by TV Movie Expert Amanda Reyes
  • Welcome to Hell Week: A Pledge’s Guide to the Initiation of Sarah
  • Cracks in the Sisterhood: Second Wave Feminism and The Initiation of Sarah
  • The Intimations of Sarah: Brand New Interview with Film Critic Samantha McLaren
  • The Initiation of Tom: Brand New Interview with Tom Holland
  • Image Gallery
  • Reversible Sleeve
  • Illustrated Collector’s Booklet (First Pressing Only)

You can pre-order now on blu-ray from either Amazon or HMV for £17.99 (Prices correct as of 14.06.22).

Alternatively you can purchase directly from Arrow’s website for £18.00

The Initiation of Sarah Blu-ray releases on 20th June 2022 in the UK.

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