Competition

Enter to win reissued versions of Nightlife, Release, and Fundamental – the first three releases from the Pet Shop Boys’ CATALOGUE: 1985-2012 – a landmark series of remastered Parlophone studio albums packaged with “Further Listening” albums of additional and previously unreleased material!   Nightlife, their darkly orchestrated collaboration with producers Rollo, Craig Armstrong and David Morales, originally released in 1999, is reissued […]

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We feared for a minute that Nicole Kidman’s glory days were behind her but we love to be proven wrong and boy, has she done that in 2017. First up there was the terrific Big Little Lies an now this, The Beguiled – Sofia Coppola’s latest movie that sees Nicole govern a Southern girls’ boarding school […]

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Erasure

World Be Gone, the seventeenth studio album from the iconic duo Erasure, follows the band’s recent 30th anniversary celebrations. ‘Love You To The Sky,’ the first single from the album is Erasure at their swooning love-struck best! The new album sees the award-winning songwriters in a more reflective mood, giving the world’s recent political upheavals a thoughtful […]

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In the late 60s/early 70s, Joe Dallesandro was the pin-up after Andy Warhol cast him as a junkie/hustler in his iconic trilogy – Flesh, Heat  and Trash. One of Warhol’s self-branded superstars, Joe went on to appear in several of Warhol’s films including Andy Warhol’s Frankenstein aaaaand Andy Warhol’s Dracula. But Dallesandro also ventured beyond New […]

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  We have two copies of the brand new Special Collector’s Edition Blu-Ray of John Waters’ classic Serial Mom to give away. Read on for more information… If you are ill-mannered, have a poor sense of social etiquette or just plain irresponsible, then beware of the cheerfully psychotic housewife Beverly Sutphin from John Waters’ wickedly […]

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Holding the Man DVD

It can be perilous walking into a movie without knowing what you’re in for. I was unfamiliar with Timothy Conigrave’s memoir Holding The Man, so was consequently unprepared for the tale of romance, set against the backdrop of AIDS before then finding out it was all based on a true story. The film begins in […]

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High rise DVD

Before he fell foul to the charms of that snake Taylor Swift, before the endless Bond rumours and before he got naked in the Night Manager, Tom Hiddleston was *spoiler* busy painting himself blue in High Rise… This super stylish film came out in 2015 but harks back to the unsettling, psychotic era of the […]

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Dangerous Men

If, like us, you love a good behind-the-scenes backstory, then look no further than Dangerous Men. Released in 2005, it manages to look like it was shot in the 1970s. That’s because it was. And the 80s. And the 90s.  Yes, this film has been twenty-six years in the making. (That’s even longer than Linklater’s […]

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We love getting packages from Philadelphia, because invariably they come from our PR friend, Clint, who deals with the most amazing B-movies you could ever imagine. 70s blaxploitation, 80s slasher flicks, kitsch music biopics – the works! And no matter how obscure the subject matter, we always fall in love. Take the latest one for […]

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