Before watching this, Kees and I would like to address a MAJOR SPOILER WARNING for all three of the 'Cornetto' films! So if you haven't seen 'Shaun of the Dead', 'Hot Fuzz' and 'The World's End', proceed at your own risk!

A romantic comedy with zombies, a buddy cop action extravaganza set in the English Countryside, and a pub crawl with apocalyptic results. Edgar Wright's 'Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy' delivers some of the biggest (literally) gut-busting laughs in modern cinema. Even beyond the comedic elements, the storytelling, editing and even the score/song choices are so meticulously crafted together that you'll find yourself discovering new things upon every rewatch. They're not just good for laughs, but incredible as three standalone films too. Yet of course, this trilogy wouldn't be what it is without the unforgettable duo of Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. Not once have the two of them failed at giving us outstanding chemistry across their various paired roles.

'Three Flavours Cornetto' is a fan-created retrospective expressing why these three films are so memorable, the details that tie them together, and the laughs that keep us coming back for more.

'Three Flavours Cornetto' also marks my first collaboration with another editor. Assembling this retrospective with the wonderfully talented Kees van Dijkhuizen jr. was a great pleasure and I certainly hope this isn't the last time we work together.

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So grab a Cornetto (and a pint) and take look back at Edgar Wright's brilliant trilogy! Let's Boo Boo!

Clips from 'Shaun of the Dead', 'Hot Fuzz' and 'The World's End' remains courtesy of Working Title, © TM & Copyright 2004, 2007, 2013

'Summer's Magic' by Mark Summers remains courtesy of Island Records Ltd., © TM & Copyright 1990

'The Trusty Servant', 'The Cross Hands', 'Put the Pint Down', 'The World's End' and 'You Had To Go and Spoil It' by Steven Price, remains courtesy of Back Lot Music, © 2013

'Loaded' by Primal Scream remains courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd., © TM & Copyright 2013

'Ghost Town' by The Specials remains courtesy of 2 Tone Records, © TM & Copyright 1981

'You've Got Red On You -- Shaun of the Dead Suite' by Pete Woodhead and Daniel Mudford remains courtesy of Universal Music Group, © TM & Copyright 2004

'Mister Mental' by The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster remains courtesy of Universal-Island Records Ltd, © TM & Copyright 2004

'Don't Stop Me Now' and 'You're My Best Friend' by Queen remains courtesy of EMI Records Ltd. © TM & Copyright 1976, 1979

'Goody Two Shoes' by Adam Ant remains courtesy of Columbia Records, © TM & Copyright 1982

'I Can't Control Myself' by The Troggs remains courtesy of Fontana Records, © TM & Copyright 1966

'Dance With The Devil' by Cozy Powell remains courtesy of Polydor Records, © TM & Copyright 1973

'The Hot Fuzz Suite' by David Arnold remains courtesy of Universal Music Group, © TM & Copyright 2007

'The Ecstasy of Gold -- L'estasi Dell'oro' composed by Ennio Morricone remains courtesy of EMI Music Publishing Italia Srl, © TM & Copyright 1966

'This is How it Feels' by Inspiral Carpets remains courtesy of Mute Records Ltd., a BMG Company, under exclusive license to INgroves, © TM & Copyright 1990

"Alabama Song' by The Doors remains courtesy of Elektra Records, © TM & Copyright 1967

'Three Flavours Cornetto' is a non-profit project intended for entertainment purposes only. No copyright laws were intended to be broken. All rights to any material used remain courtesy of their respective owners.

Edited by Joel Walden & Kees van Dijkhuizen jr., © 2013

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