Arrow confirms that two more movies are getting brand new 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray special releases, with lots of extra features on board as well.

The folks at Arrow have been announcing a bunch of upcoming disc releases, and there’s space in its April schedule for a pair of 4K Ultra HD Blu-rays.

First up is Terry Gilliam’s much-loved 12 Monkeys, starring Bruce Willis, Madeleine Stowe and Brad Pitt. The film is getting a UK 4K disc release on April 25th, and will also include in the package The Hamster Factor and Other Tales Of Twelve Monkeys making of documentary, an audio commentary, interviews and more. The first pressing of the release will also come with a collector’s booklet.

You can find more information, and order a copy, here.

Then there’s – landing a week before on April 18ths – John McNaughton’s Henry: Portrait Of A Serial Killer. A hugely controversial film on its initial release, the Michael Rooker-headlined movie is unlikely to be less disturbing now.

The two-disc set includes a 60 page booklet, a series of new and old commentary tracks, deleted scenes, a whole bunch of further new and archive extra features, collector’s postcards, a poster and more.

For more information on that one, and to order a copy, head here.

We’ll leave you with the box art for the release…

Henry Portrait Of A Serial Killer 4K release

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