'Shaun of the Dead' is the best horror-comedy of all time, and that's because it has the biggest heart.
The ‘Shaun of the Dead director isn’t laughing anymore.
Watch a video essay that breaks down the horror-comedy genre.
We imagine a future in which Edgar Wright, David Mackenzie, Alex Garland, and others direct 007.
Wright's first documentary project, about the band Sparks, makes perfect sense.
If you don't already consider Paul King an equal to Edgar Wright and Taika Waititi, you will soon.
Baby might need some new iPods to hold all the new music coming in a sequel.
“If I was going to make an American crime film, I better get the details right.”
Edgar Wright’s best are deliciously soundtracked. When I featured Adam Tinius’ Pulp Fiction soundtrack essay, I noted that Shaun of the Dead has some of my all-time favorite needledrops and cheekily-…
Taking a look at every time a director has used Barry White's Never, Never Gonna Give Ya Up in film history.