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Prepare yourselves for the end of the world at the hands of zombies, aliens and/or some very interfering neighbours with our Blood and Ice Cream triple bill. We’ll stop doing it when you stop laughing.
SHAUN OF THE DEAD (15)
Director: Edgar Wright. Starring: Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Kate Ashfield. UK/France/USA 2004. 99 mins.
After a night in the pub, a group of friends find themselves battling hell-bent zombies. SHAUN OF THE DEAD is full of wit, vitality and originality, with a deft script, barmy but endearing characterisations, and likeable performances. Pegg and Frost are as watchable as ever, and there’s hilarious support from the likes of Dylan Moran, Lucy Davis (The Office), the suave Bill Nighy (LOVE, ACTUALLY) and a host of British comedy talent.
HOT FUZZ (15)
Director: Edgar Wright. Starring: Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Jim Broadbent. UK/France/USA 2007. 121 mins.
HOT FUZZ gives the cop movie a hilarious and affectionate makeover. P.C. Nicholas Angel (Pegg) is so good at his job that he makes everyone else look bad, so his superiors at the Met decide to relocate him to a sleepy West Country village, where he finds himself partnered with the oafish but well-meaning Danny (Frost). But Angel soon starts to suspect that the village may not be as idyllic as it seems.
THE WORLD’S END (Cert TBC)
Director: Edgar Wright. Starring: Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Paddy Considine, Martin Freeman, Eddie Marsan. UK 2013. TBC mins.
Twenty years ago, Gary (Pegg) was the most popular guy at school; the problem is that he’s neither moved on nor grown up in the meantime. He and his pal Andy (Frost) get together with some childhood chums to recreate an epic pub crawl from their youth, culminating at the drinking venue of the title. But as the night progresses, they realise that the end of the world really is nigh.
Tickets for the trilogy are £18 full price, £14 Members, £15 concessions.