Category: Film

John Hughes wrote a screenplay inspired by The Cure’s ‘Lovecats,’ Molly Ringwald says

John Hughes wrote a screenplay inspired by The Cure’s ‘Lovecats,’ Molly Ringwald says

Molly Ringwald tells Vanity Fair that the late John Hughes started work on a script based on The Cure’s 1983 single “The Lovecats” — and even assembled a hypothetical soundtrack for the film — after finishing “The Breakfast Club.”

Siouxsie and the Banshees’ Steven Severin brings ‘Music for Silents’ concerts to U.S.

Siouxsie and the Banshees’ Steven Severin brings ‘Music for Silents’ concerts to U.S.

Tweet Former Siouxsie and the Banshees bassist Steven Severin will embark on a rare but brief U.S. tour this month to perform his electronic scores […]

The The’s Matt Johnson previews new music with debut ‘Radio Cineola’ broadcast

The The’s Matt Johnson previews new music with debut ‘Radio Cineola’ broadcast

Tweet The The’s Matt Johnson today debuted both a new monthly web broadcast and some brand-new music with the first installment of “Radio Cineola,” which […]

Video: Trailer for ‘Fix: The Ministry Movie’

Tweet Al Jourgensen may be hard at work on a purported synthpop album (and recording Christmas songs), but he’s not quite done with Ministry, the […]

R.E.M. ‘This Is Not a Show’ concert film to screen on Sundance Channel next week

R.E.M. ‘This Is Not a Show’ concert film to screen on Sundance Channel next week

Tweet The R.E.M. concert documentary “This Is Not a Show: Live at the Olympia in Dublin” — which is included in the 2CD/1DVD editions of […]

Video: Depeche Mode’s Alan Wilder on ‘The Posters Came From the Walls’ documentary

Video: Depeche Mode’s Alan Wilder on ‘The Posters Came From the Walls’ documentary

Tweet Earlier this month, the directors and producer of  “The Posters Came From the Walls” — a new documentary exploring the depths of Depeche Mode […]

‘Upside Down’ documentary to tell story of Alan McGee and Creation Records

‘Upside Down’ documentary to tell story of Alan McGee and Creation Records

Alan McGee’s legendary Creation Records label — home to such ’80s and ’90s Brit luminaries as The Jesus and Mary Chain (shown above), Primal Scream, Teenage Fanclub, My Bloody Valentine, The House of Love and Oasis — will be the subject of ‘Upside Down,’ a new documentary expected to hit theaters, DVD and television next year.

The Replacements’ ‘Let It Be’ subject of 25th anniversary concert in Minneapolis

The Replacements’ ‘Let It Be’ subject of 25th anniversary concert in Minneapolis

Tweet The Replacements’ utterly peerless 1984 album Let It Be will be the subject of a 25th anniversary bash at Minneapolis’ famed First Avenue next […]

R.E.M. ‘This Is Not a Show’ concert film to receive limited theatrical screenings

R.E.M. ‘This Is Not a Show’ concert film to receive limited theatrical screenings

In conjunction with this month’s release of its Live at the Olympia album, R.E.M. is presenting “This Is Not a Theatrical Release,” a series of […]

Billy Bragg reunites The Clash’s Mick Jones, Topper Headon to record ‘Jail Guitar Doors’

Billy Bragg reunites The Clash’s Mick Jones, Topper Headon to record ‘Jail Guitar Doors’

Former Clash bandmates Mick Jones and Nicky “Topper” Headon recently recorded together for the first time in 27 years as part of a documentary being […]

Robyn Hitchcock ‘I Often Dream of Trains’ concert film airing on Sundance Channel

Robyn Hitchcock ‘I Often Dream of Trains’ concert film airing on Sundance Channel

Set your DVRs: Sundance Channel has begun airing “Robyn Hitchcock: I Often Dream of Trains,” a concert film shot late last year in New York […]