Shaun Of The Dead. Image shows from L to R: Ed (Nick Frost), Shaun (Simon Pegg), Liz (Kate Ashfield). Copyright: Working Title Films.

Shaun Of The Dead

2004 British comedy film about a zombie attack. Stars Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Kate Ashfield, Lucy Davis, Dylan Moran and others.

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The best comedy films since 2000

30 films that define 21st-century big-screen comedy.

Jonathan Dean and Helen Hawkins, The Sunday Times, 7th June 2020

Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg on Shaun Of The Dead

'An extra came up to me one day and said: "Straight to video, this one"'

Elizabeth Aubrey, The Guardian, 4th May 2020

Brits turn to classics such as Dad's Army for comfort

Brits are turning to telly classics such as Dad's Army for comfort during lockdown, new streaming figures show.

Figures from Now TV show that in the past ten days Dad's Army's popularity has gone up 211 per cent.

Other old British favourites have also seen huge leaps -- with 87 per cent more viewers for Only Fools And Horses.

Andy Halls, The Sun, 7th April 2020

Shaun of the Dead at 15

Simon Pegg on the existential terror of zombies and whether Chris Martin really cameos.

Ethan Alter, Yahoo, 16th October 2019

Nick Frost interview: no Shaun of the Dead sequel

Nick Frost is back on television in Sick Note playing an incompetent oncologist. He tells Jessica Barrett why Shaun of the Dead will never happen, and how Simon Pegg got him his good break by stealing another actor's identity...

Jessica Barrett, i Newspaper, 6th November 2017

An oral history of the horror-comedy zombie classic

Edgar Wright's rom-zom-com is a bloodstained love letter to the undead genre. Now the film's cast and creators relive this slice of fried cinematic gold.

Clark Collis, Entertainment Weekly, 20th October 2017

When the zombies invade, it takes north London slacker Shaun (Simon Pegg) a while to notice, so wrapped up is he in his own world of the pub, on-off romance with Kate Ashfield's Liz, and the pub. But soon he's involved in a blend of deadpan humour and horror, ending in a John Carpenter-like siege - in the pub. Penelope Wilton and Bill Nighy add some feeling as Shaun's parents.

Paul Howlett, The Guardian, 23rd August 2017

Rights row stops Shaun of the Dead stage show

A stage show based on Shaun Of The Dead has been axed because of a dispute over rights.

Chortle, 6th October 2015

Pegg & Frost to reprise Shaun of the Dead characters

Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are to reprise their Shaun of the Dead characters for a Phineas and Ferb special.

Digital Spy, 19th August 2014

Shaun of the Dead quiz

Do you know what their local pub is called and what dogs can't do?

The Mirror, 21st April 2014