Originally a Hunter Davies book about mid-60s Carlisle, Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush made it to the big screen in 1968.
Dorian Cox talks Celluloid cool – The French New Wave and the sophisticated cinematic world of Mod before the era of the beach fights.
It’s an obscure thing that used to live on late-night TV, but And Soon The Darkness has an interesting back story.
With Talking Pictures screening it soon it seems a good time for The Scenester to look back at Smashing Time, courtesy of a past NFT screening.
Once something of a lost classic, Guy Hamilton’s The Party’s Over is currently available to buy at a discounted price.
Yes, you can get plenty of old ones on eBay. But if you want new, check out the Classic Mini from David Brown Automotive.
Yes, you can watch by far the worst ‘Mod’ film ever online. The much-maligned Battle of the Mods is on YouTube.
There is a standard edition, but you can also get a box set of The Making of Quadrophenia by Simon Wells if you want to go the extra mile.