Arrow Video To Release LOOP TRACK on Limited Edition Blu-Ray in UK

Loop Track

Arrow Video is set to release LOOP TRACK on Limited Edition Blu-Ray in the UK on 8th July 2024.

Writer-director and actor Tom Sainsbury, known for his comedic flair in such works as Wellington Paranormal and Guns Akimbo, shows his hidden passion for thrillers and human drama with Loop Track, his latest collaboration with Chillbox Creative which promises an electrifying journey into the unknown.

Highly anxious Ian Thompson (Sainsbury) sets off on a solo trek in the New Zealand bush for some respite from the stress of everyday life. His plans for uninterrupted solitude are scuppered however, when he encounters Nicky (Hayden J Weal) and other hikers, only exacerbating his paranoia. As Ian’s grip on reality weakens, he becomes convinced they are being followed. Miles from civilisation, their journey turns into a fight for survival as Ian’s fears manifest into a surreal battle against an unseen threat lurking in the wilderness. Is it all just in his head? Or is someone, or something, really out there?

Having already triumphed twice in the challenging 48Hours film competition, Tom Sainsbury delivers a gripping and tense psychological thriller that deftly explores the subjects of isolation and paranoia. Intertwining thrilling scares with moments of off-kilter humour, Loop Track is an unforgettable experience that lingers in the mind well beyond the closing credits.


• High Definition (1080p) Blu-ray presentation
• Original stereo audio and 5.1 surround audio
• Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
• New audio commentary with director, writer and lead actor Tom Sainsbury alongside producer and editor Gabriel Lunte
• The Story, director and writer Tom Sainsbury introduces the story behind Loop Track
• Tom’s vision, director and writer Tom Sainsbury discusses where the idea behind the film came from
• Origins of the Film, the producers of the film discuss the origins of the film following their short film (Time) Travel Centre
• Characters and the Cast, Tom Sainsbury introduces the cast
• The Creature, featurette detailing how The Creature came to be
• Production, the crew discuss the feature production
• Cinematography, producer and Director of Photography Milon Tesiram discusses the look of the film
• Original Score, composer Mike Newport discusses the score
• The Hut, featurette on the construction and design of the cabin
• Eyers Forest Park Promo, promotional video for the Eyers Forest Park trails
• (Time) Travel Centre, Tom Sainsbury’s 2016 short film, winner of the 48Hours Film Festival
• Image gallery
• Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Dare Creative
• Double-sided foldout poster featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Dare Creative
• Illustrated collector’s booklet featuring new writing on the film by film critic and author Alexandra Heller-Nicholas, director’s notes and project background

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