Well, we told you about them last week – and now we’re giving away three sets of Optimum’s 60s British Classics DVDs.
The set features four titles – A Taste Of Honey, A Kind Of Loving, Poor Cow and for the first time ever on DVD, A Touch Of Love. If you want to know more about the DVDs, check out this page and if you want to see the reviews, check out Cinedelica.
Or if you just want to get your name in the hat to win a set, get yourself over to the competition page right now at the Modculture site, via the link below.
Enter the 60s British Classics competition
Looking for a unique and possibly priceless piece of music memorabilia? Well, you can win one with us – the limited edition Fred Perry Terry Hall V-neck sweater – signed by Terry Hall.
Yes, it’s the same limited edition sweater we featured last week, just 500 made, all based on the one worn by Terry Hall in the first edition of the face. You can find out all about it here. But there’s one big difference between the standard one and ours – we have the only one anywhere that’s been signed by Terry Hall (the tags, not the actual jumper). A money can’t buy prize you could say.
If you want to win it, just get your name in the draw over at sister site Modculture – no tricky question, just add your details and you’ve as much chance of winning as anyone. Good luck!
Enter the Fred Perry Terry Hall competition
Looking for an introduction to grindhouse cinema? You should check out Grindhouse Trailer Classics 2. In fact, you can win one of three copies of the DVD in our latest competition.
Grindhouse you ask? Just another word for low-budget, high-shock cinema – everything from bloodthirsty horror to blaxploitation and kung fu. If you want the full breakdown, read our review over at Cinedelica.
And if you like the idea of owning one, you can enter the competition below, hosted over on our Modculture site. Good luck!
Enter the Grindhouse Trailer Classics 2 website
Unfortunately, we fell behind with things, so forgot to draw the winners for the Shinzi Katoh tote bag competition. Thanks to everyone who entered, we got swamped with hundreds of entries. Anyway, enough of the rambling, the two winners chosen at random are:
Henriette Selvig – Kirkenes, Norway
Ashleigh Allan – Kirkcaldy, Scotland
I’ve contacted you both for your postal address. More competitions to follow – and don’t forget, we have tickets for the Mighty Boosh Festival to give away right now.
The traditional festival circuit is starting to look a bit tired and dated, so it’s good to see some new boys getting in on the act – like The Mighty Boosh Festival. And if you want to see what it’s like for free, we have a pair of tickets to give away.
Well, we did give you pre-warning about this competition and now it’s live – so you can get your name in the hat to win a signed Paul Weller-designed Fred Perry top plus £250 to spend at Fred Perry.
The signed top is a prize money can’t buy – and might just be the only one signed by Paul Weller. The top itself is a limited edition, designed by Weller and available from Fred Perry in very limited numbers later this month. In fact, it’s expected to sell out as soon as it hits the shelves. The £250 to spend at the online Fred Perry store might come in useful too.
The competition is hosted over at our sister site Modculture, so get on over there via the link below and you could be walking away with something very special.
Enter the signed Paul Weller-designed Fred Perry top competition