Written July 31, 2016
Seeing the movies back to back was amazing because it let you see the jokes that carried on throughout the series. I enjoyed this last one and had many laughs when I went to see it.
Written June 28, 2016
While this event has passed, these movies are timeless. I have watched "Shaun of the Dead" and "Hot Fuzz" countless times, and I'm happy to say that "The World's End" is a fitting conclusion to the trilogy. The movie moves at a slow pace in the beginning, establishing Gary King and the group, but picks up steam incredibly quickly.
The foreshadowing of upcoming events is excellently peppered throughout the film (I won't give away or when, but pay attention through the film), and the ending definitely threw me for a loop.
I can't recommend this movie enough. Do yourself a favor and cap off the summer season of films with this. You'll be glad you did.
Written July 24, 2016
If you like the first two, this is a "must see" obviously. It's a little more "glitzy" than the other 2, but fun and comically violent, as usual for these guys.
Written September 28, 2016
Having seen Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz many times but never on the big screen, this was a must see, and I was certainly not disappointed. Both movies were fantastic as always and The World's End lived up to the billing. You'll recognize familiar faces throughout the trilogy and I found that just added to the effect. Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are great together throughout and its nice to see a bunch more of Martin Freeman in Worlds End. This is definitely Adults only as there is a lot of cursing and innuendo along with graphic if not over the top violence.
Written August 26, 2016
As a big fan of Shaun of the Dead, and as someone who didn't much care for Hot Fuzz, I thought this trilogy was hilarious when viewed in succession. It made me appreciate Hot Fuzz much more to the point where I might actually prefer it to Shaun of the Dead now. Might. As for The World's End: While it doesn't quite hit the hilarity of the other two in the trilogy, it is still a solid movie to conclude the series. If you're a big fan of any of these movies, Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Edgar Wright, or witty British humor then I suggest you check out this trilogy. For $20, the deal is well worth it when the price of admission for one movie can sometimes reach $18.25. Enjoy your hilarious six hours of fun.