Must Watch: Amusing 'The Films of Edgar Wright' Tribute Video

December 13, 2010
Source: SlashFilm

The Films of Edgar Wright

Briefly: One of my favorite directors is 36-year-old British geek Edgar Wright - director of three fantastic, unique, brilliant movies: Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and Scott Pilgrim vs the World. I'm featuring this video from SlashFilm's VOTD today because Scott Pilgrim still deserves as much time in the spotlight as possible. Though you wouldn't think now would be the time for a tribute, as I'm hoping this is the beginning of a great career, it's still an awesome video, mainly because all three of his movies do kick major ass. And if you don't own it yet, Scott Pilgrim is only $17 on DVD - no excuses now! Check out the tribute video below.

As always, you can find Edgar Wright on IMDb, follow him on Twitter as @edgarwright, or visit his official website at And thanks again to SlashFilm for being first to bring this to our attention.

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Reader Feedback - 9 Comments


That was Brilliant!

Ryn on Dec 13, 2010



Cruzer on Dec 13, 2010


That video was for the greater good.

Xerxex on Dec 13, 2010


I haven't got the chance to watch scott pilgrim yet! But shaun was awesome! and Hot Fuzz was truly great! and I'm looking forward to their next film about the alien, looks great!

Jimmy Love on Dec 13, 2010


awesome stuff. i can always watch any of these flicks and still see things I didn't notice the first couple of dozen times i saw them haha.

Nick on Dec 13, 2010


good vid, loved hot fuzz and shawn of the dead scott pilgrim was okay, enjoyed it the first time through, not something id buy to stick on my shelf to watch 1 more time before dvd's go the way of the rotary phone..

harrison on Dec 13, 2010


@3 (Xerxex) *whispers/echoes* greater good.

f on Dec 13, 2010


@F *eyes widen* The Greater Good.

Xerxex on Dec 14, 2010


Nick Frost was awesome in that. Simon Pegg and him are a great combo.

Nev on Dec 14, 2010

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