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Shaun of the Dead

  1. Entertainment

    Celebrate the 10th Anniversary of Shaun of the Dead With a Look at All Three Cornetto Film Scripts

    Ten years ago exactly, Shaun of the Dead was first released to in UK theaters. Of course, North American audiences wouldn't get a hold of the film for another five months, but that doesn't mean we can't honor it's decade-long legacy by perusing its script, along with the scripts for Hot Fuzz and At World's End.

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  2. Entertainment

    Grab a Pint and Watch the First Trailer for Edgar Wright’s The World’s End

    This trailer for the new Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg, and Nick Frost movie The World's End looks like exactly the kind of thing these three do really well together. It sort of appears to be a cross between Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz, but with aliens instead of zombies and the same creepy-small-town vibe. Basically, we're pretty pumped for it.

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  3. Entertainment

    Watch the First Four Minutes of Warm Bodies, We Promise It’s Not Just Zombie Twilight

    Hearing there's a movie that's a love story between a human girl and a zombie could draw instant comparisons to Twilight on the basis of a girl and an undead boy being in love, but the first trailer for Warm Bodies alleviated most of those suspicions. It even looked pretty good. Today they released a clip of the first four minutes of Warm Bodies that should put to rest any lingering doubts that this thing has potential.

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  4. Weird

    Sears Wishes You A “HABBEH HARRAHAAN” With Their Zombie Site

    Remember at the end of Shaun of the Dead, where zombies have been integrated into human life as menial workers? A charmingly creative alternative look at the tail end of a zombie outbreak. But you'll never guess who's picked up on a version of that idea and is using it as an actually well produced Halloween tie in. Sears.

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  5. Entertainment

    Shaun of the Dead of the Doh

    Dark Bunny Tees' Alex Chenery is good at making stuff with Play-Doh. (See: His Play-Doh Homer Simpson.*) We're really digging this Shaun of the Dead-inspired work of Doh, which recalls the classic scene in the film when Simon Pegg and Nick Frost realize that throwing Dire Straits albums at zombies just isn't going to cut it, and smash the undead with a cricket bat and a shovel, respectively. Blood-splattering ensues.

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