Zombie Apocalypse: British Edition

"I realised after two weeks of hanging out with Nick, I really, really like this guy. It was like a romance blossomed between us."  - Simon Pegg [X]

sannam:

Do you ever get that thing where it’s past 1 AM, you’re scribbling away, minding your own business, and suddenly three Simon Peggs somehow appear on your canvas?

Dear Santa, for christmas I want a bottle of scotch, some socks and a Cornetto universe crossover. Thanks.

"How many are there?"

"Lots."

Outtakes from Shaun of the Dead

The film’s score by Pete Woodhead and Daniel Mudford is a pastiche of Italian zombie film soundtracks by artists like Goblin and Fabio Frizzi. It also uses many musical cues from the original Dawn of the Dead that were originally culled by George A. Romero from the De Wolfe production music library. [W]

"That theme that’s now stuck came up in an interview, they said, ‘Are you gonna do a trilogy of cornetto kind of based films?’ and I said, ‘Oh, yes, it’s like Krzysztof Kieslowski [The Three Colours Trilogy]. This is like our Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy.’ And I said it in one interview and then that just stuck as a joke." - Edgar Wright

"How many are there?"

"Lots."

Outtakes from Shaun of the Dead

hoursago:

BLOOD AND ICE CREAM

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