Nick Frost

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  • Attack The Block trailer, innit

    Movie Trailer | Ali | 3rd March 2011

    It's like Battle: Los Angeles, but in South London.

  • Paul

    Movie Review | Ali | 19th February 2011

    A movie made by geeks, for geeks, about geeks... Sounds awful, doesn't it? Don't make the mistake of writing off Paul as giant bout of auto-fellatio on the part of uber-nerds Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, because despite appearances - and loads and loads and loads of science-fiction in-jokes - it's actually great fun, well-written and extremely enjoyable. Seriously though, Paul is so full of nods and wink, it's like it has a facial tic - Spaced's homage-o-meter would be overheating under the strain.

  • So it's come to this: two low-res stills from 'Paul'

    Movie News | Luke | 9th November 2010

    Simon Pegg and Nick Frost get serious in these new stills from intergalactic buddy comedy Paul, may also "rent downstairs".

  • First trailer for Paul, Pegg/Frost's Area 51 road movie

    Movie Trailer | Ali | 18th October 2010

    It's like Super 8, but if JJ Abrams got, like, totally blazed.

  • US Spaced remake is fucking weird

    Movie News | Ali | 3rd March 2010

    I don't normally bother with telly stuff on here, basically because I don't watch it. But this showreel for the pilot of the US remake of Spaced is just too atrocious not to post.

  • Hot Fuzz

    Movie Review | Luke | 19th February 2007

    Imagine if you commanded the power to make any film your imagination could conjure up. At the press of a button, teams of minions would go trawling high and low for racks of guns, gallons of blood, and enough nubile young starlets to fill every position. Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright possess this power and deservedly so, as evid...

  • Shaun Of The Dead

    Movie Review | Ali | 12th September 2004

    Aside from the ridiculously high placing of the Vicar of Dibley in the BBC's recent backslapping Britain's Best Sitcoms event, perhaps the most bogus omission from the coveted list was Spaced. Channel 4's slick twentysomething flat-sharing sitcom failed even to make the top fifty despite having more cutting wit and cultural nou...