Tag: blu-ray

Quadrophenia

Quadrophenia (1979)

It’s incredibly difficult to review Quadrophenia as a movie in the modern era. Many of us have been brought up with it, been inspired by it and ultimately distanced ourselves from its movie simplistic view of what ‘Mod’ is. But try to take away any pre-conceptions you may have and […]

Gainsbourg – DVD / Blu-ray details

Not long out of the cinema, the recent biopic of Serge Gainsbourg, which went by the name of Gainsbourg, is heading to DVD and Blu-ray. Both are set for release on 10th January 2011, so you might want to save some of your Christmas money if you were a fan […]

Mulberry Bush – DVD/Blu-ray details

We said it was coming, now we have full details of the BFI's DVD and Blu-ray release of Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush. According to the BFI, this 1968 coming of age cult classic is released on 13th September 2010, with the first-time disc release offered 'fully uncut […]

The Party's Over (1963) reviewed

A much sought-after 60s cult classic has finally been issued/reissued by the BFI/Flipside – Guy Hamilton's The Party's Over. Set in the early 60s, the movie focuses on a group of London beatniks going by the name of The Pack and headed up by Moise (oliver Reed) and with an […]

The Party's Over – full DVD details

We have mentioned this release before, but now we have full details of The Party's Over release on dual format disc (DVD and Blu-ray) via the BFI and Flipside. 17th May is the date for your diary. Written by Marc Behm (Charade, Help!) and scored by John Barry, this controversial […]

BFI to release The Pleasure Girls (1965)

A film that has passed me by this far, The Pleasure Girls will be released by the BFI and Flipside in the coming weeks on a dual-format disc (DVD and Blu-ray on the same disc). When Sally (Francesca Annis) moves to London to pursue a modelling career, she moves in […]

The Party's Over hits DVD and Blu-ray

Controversial on its release and rarely seen since, the BFI's cult movie arm Flipside will be releasing Guy Hamilton's controversial The Party's Over (1965) in a dual-format DVD and Blu-ray edition on 17th May 2010. Here's the tale. Young American Melina (Louise Sorel), falls in with a group of Chelsea […]