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"Looks better with every passing year... it's passed into the modern classic canon." - ''Mark Kermode, BBC Radio 5 Live''
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Edgar Wright film regarded as the high watermark of British horror-comedy - especially the line "I don't think I've got it in me to shoot my flatmate, my mum, and my girlfriend all in the same night."
 
Edgar Wright film regarded as the high watermark of British horror-comedy - especially the line "I don't think I've got it in me to shoot my flatmate, my mum, and my girlfriend all in the same night."
  
Was Mark's trump card in disputing the [[phone boxes]] theory.
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It's "rom-zom-com" formula was, Mark contends, even smarter than we had noticed at the time.
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Shaun Of The Dead is also Mark's trump card in disputing the [[phone boxes]] theory.

Latest revision as of 11:26, 14 April 2018

"Looks better with every passing year... it's passed into the modern classic canon." - Mark Kermode, BBC Radio 5 Live

Edgar Wright film regarded as the high watermark of British horror-comedy - especially the line "I don't think I've got it in me to shoot my flatmate, my mum, and my girlfriend all in the same night."

It's "rom-zom-com" formula was, Mark contends, even smarter than we had noticed at the time.

Shaun Of The Dead is also Mark's trump card in disputing the phone boxes theory.