SHAUN OF THE DEAD was great. There's been a lot of hype around the net surrounding this little British flick so expectations were high, but it did not disappoint. It's supposed to be a comedy, parodying all the zombie classics like Romero's DAWN OF THE DEAD, but I was surprised that it had some scary moments and some drama as well. Well done. It's funny as hell, of course. Shaun's best friend, Ed, is the funniest character and spews out some good "mom" jokes. I should have taken notes. And the use of the song "White Lines" is flippin' hilarious. More notes. I like British humor. Mostly. The witty ones.
Bring on SHAUN OF THE DEAD 2: FROM DUSK 'TIL SHAUN.
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