Tagged With ‘dvd’

Review: John Simons – A Modernist documentary

by Modculture 13 June, 2018

The man, the legend and the clothes. A new DVD looks at the life and work of John Simons, with the appropriate title of A Modernist. We obviously wanted to take a look. Continue Reading

My Generation movie heads to DVD and Blu-ray

by Modculture 27 April, 2018

Remember this one? It was on the big screen a couple of months back and now My Generation is available to order on DVD or Blu-ray. Continue Reading

Coming to DVD: John Simons – A Modernist

by Modculture 5 January, 2018

Now this should be a treat. John Simons – A Modernist is both a documentary and an upcoming DVD release. Continue Reading

Film review: The Pleasure Girls (1965)

by Modculture 27 October, 2017

A ‘60s teen flick featuring Lovejoy, an infamous character from Coronation Street and Klaus Kinski? It has to be The Pleasure Girls. Continue Reading

Psych in Southport: What’s Good For The Goose (1969)

by Modculture 27 October, 2017

No flat caps and No ‘Mr Grimsdale ‘here, but you do get both the swinging sixties and the Pretty Things in What’s Good For The Goose. Continue Reading

Coming soon: The Jam – 1977 box set (Universal)

by Modculture 28 July, 2017

Good news if you love the early work of The Jam. The 1977 box set from Universal pretty much has everything recorded from that year. Continue Reading

Coming soon: The Creation – Creation Theory five-disc box set (Demon)

by Modculture 22 February, 2017

Now this is something special, with The Creation – Creation Theory five-disc box set heading your way soon, as well as limited edition signed copies. Continue Reading

Coming soon: Absolute Beginners: 30th Anniversary Edition on Blu-ray

by Modculture 1 June, 2016

Can you believe it is 30 years since this hit the big screen? Well it is – and to celebrate that fact, there is an Absolute Beginners: 30th Anniversary Edition on Blu-ray. Continue Reading

Coffee bar classics: BFI Flipside reissues Beat Girl and Expresso Bongo

by Modculture 26 February, 2016

Perhaps a little cheesy now, but coffee bar rebellion in the late 1950s was captured for the big screen with both Beat Girl and Expresso Bongo. Both are getting a serious reissue from the BFI very soon. Continue Reading

Mark Baxter talks Tubby Hayes – A Man in a Hurry

by Modculture 23 October, 2015

Mark Baxter, in collaboration with Lee Cogswell, has delivered Tubby Hayes – A Man in a Hurry, a film that charts the life and times of perhaps Britain’s greatest jazz exponent. We talked about to Mark about the man, the documentary and the 60s jazz scene, along with Paul Weller and Martin Freeman’s involvement in the project. Continue Reading