We mentioned a while back that the movie was said to be coming out in high definition, but now the release of Quadrophenia on Blu-ray has been confirmed, along with details and a shelf date for the Universal release.
Let’s start with the thing we do know about, that being a screening of Quadrophenia in London with director Franc Roddam.
It’s a film that would probably have been long-forgotten but for its soundtrack. However, More has that early Pink Floyd soundtrack (when they were called The Pink Floyd) and is being issued on Blu-ray by the BFI for the first time soon.
Fans of classic ITC shows just might like to make a note in their diaries of 10th September 2011, when there’s an event for The Persuaders 40th anniversary takes place.
We mentioned this a while back, but we've just got all the details of the Brighton Rock DVD and Blu-ray release, including those all-important extras. The release date stays the same, you can secure a copy on both formats from Monday 20th June 2011. You probably know the storyline of […]
It didn't exactly get a glowing review off us at the start of the year, but some people did like the mid-friendly remake of Brighton Rock. If you are one of them, you might want the DVD. The DVD, as well as the Blu-ray, have now both been confirmed for […]
The second of the releases from BFI and Flipside for April is Joanna, shown last year on the big screen by Flipside and reviewed by us over at Cinedelica when it was on that big screen. 17-year-old Joanna (Genevieve Waite) is cool, stylish, and determined to start a new life […]
Details of the new releases from the BFI offshoot Flipside have landed, with Lunch Hour being the first of the new releases for April. Based on a John Mortimer play, Lunch Hour, from 1962, stars Shirley Anne Field (Saturday Night and Sunday Morning) as a young designer on the brink […]