If everything seems under control, you’re not going fast enough – Mario Andretti Fast cars are my only vice – Michael Bay In the era of unleaded gas, writer/director Edgar Wright has unleashed a high-octane leaded gasoline fueled heist film. Baby … Read more
From the brilliant minds of Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright comes the third film in their “Cornetto Trilogy”, The World’s End. The other films in the trilogy are of course Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz. All three are comedies and while they feature many of the same players, they portray different characters in each.
[rating=3]Starring: Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Kate Ashfield, Dylan Moran, Lucy Davis Director(s): Edgar Wright Writer(s): Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright
This will probably be some kind of warped record. First, this film was reviewed months ago when it was released in England (read that review here). Then, our own Horror Guru took a look at it (read that review here), when it was released in theaters here in the States.
Now, it’s my turn. With the release of Shaun of the Dead on DVD, I’m offering my take on the film.