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Eclectic Method: Shaun of the Dead

Eclectic Method: Shaun of the Dead

(PG-13: Language) Keep together, stay sharp, and follow me. The undead and Halloween go together like peanut butter and chocolate. So to celebrate the holiday, Eclectic Method did up a little mix of sounds from the Edgar Wright zombie comedy classic.

Every Reference in Shaun of the Dead

Every Reference in Shaun of the Dead

Edgar Wright’s Shaun of the Dead is a true classic for fans of Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, visual comedy, and zombies. In addition to all of those, the film is packed with pop culture references. To celebrate its 15th anniversary, Vanity Fair tallied them all up.

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Cornetto Trilogy Movie Posters

Cornetto Trilogy Movie Posters

Mondo teamed up with illustrator Logan Faerber to create uniquely stylized posters for each of the movies in Edgar Wright’s Cornetto Trilogy: Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and The World’s End. Each poster measures 24″x 18″ and is limited to 225 copies.

Beck: Colors

Beck: Colors

The music video for Beck’s track Colors was initially only available for Apple Music subscribers. Now everyone can watch it for free on YouTube. Edgar Wright’s vibrant and perfectly edited clip features choreography by Ryan Heffington, and co-stars Alison Brie.

Baby Driver (Trailer)

Baby Driver (Trailer)

While it’s not part of The Cornetto Trilogy, we’re still excited to see director Edgar Wright back. The story follows a young getaway driver who tries to break out of the business to be with his girl, but he’s gotta do “one last job” first. Sounds like Drive if it were a comedy.

Eclectic Method: Scott Pilgrim

Eclectic Method: Scott Pilgrim

Remix master Eclectic Method reminds us just how much we loved Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, and all of the films of Edgar Wright with his brief tribute to this wonderfully fun comic book come to life. Guess we know what we’ll be rewatching this weekend.

Gust of Wind (Music Video)

Gust of Wind (Music Video)

Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, The World’s End) directed the music video for Pharrell Williams’ and Daft Punk’s smooth disco track. Sorry, no beer, zombies or Cornettos here. Just a great tune and some floating robot heads.

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