Judeflowerdew’s review published on Letterboxd:
There are times when I am proud to be British. Seeing this brilliant cult classic directed by Edgar Wright gives me another reason to love the country I live in. I love the cinematography, the use of older characters as everything nowadays seems to be centralised on extremely young characters, the location as it captures a normal British village/town and most of all, the use of violence. It is cartoonish to an extent but there is something which make this work so naturally and that is something that is very hard to get right. This is definitely going to part of my DVD collection whenever I am able to buy it!
For my next British film which one should I watch out of this list:
Shaun of the Dead
The Worlds End
Lock Stock & Two Smoking Barrels