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I think you evil geek followers know by now that both C-Mart and Lilith here are huge fans of the Cornetto Trilogy. And while there are some great bromances encountered through all of them, just like the movies overall I find that in Shaun of the Dead to be my favorite: that between Shaun and Ed. Ed, the hopeless, unemployed, loser roommate, and Shaun the lost, needy, yet loyal best friend.
Greetings Evil Geeks, today’s Evil Movie Review is a movie that I’ve been waiting to lay eyes on ever since it’s title was cryptically announced via Twitter by two of the mega-talented stars behind it. I’m not normally one to pick a favorite of anything, I acknowledge that what I may be in the mood for one minute, might not be so favorable to me in the next, but if for some reason you were to put a gun to my head (let’s face it, there’s probably more than a few folks out there that would love to have C-Mart in that scenario) and forced me to pick a favorite movie of all time, the first entry in the Cornetto Trilogy, Shaun of the Dead would be a strong contender for the title that would eventually come out of my mouth. If there’s two things I love, it’s zombies and comedy; and Shaun is a masterpiece that blends the two seamlessly. While I hold Hot Fuzz in not quite so hallowed a spot, I still think it’s a fantastic movie. After years of waiting and even a wannabe member of the club with the movie Paul (which isn’t a bad movie at all in my opinion, it’s just that Edgar Wright wasn’t a part of it, so it’s forced to stand alone), the third installment of the trilogy is finally upon us with the release of “The World’s End”. How does it stack up against the others? Let’s start dissecting and find out!