Then why not just watch this instead?

The 1987 promo for ‘This Corrosion’ by The Sisters Of Mercy. Enjoy.

The next New Beverly Cinema midnight showing of ‘Scott Pilgrim’ is soon and with another special treat.

On June 14th, before the main feature, the fabulous Hope Larson will premiere her short ‘Bitter Orange’ starring the fabulous Brie Larson (no relation). You simply have to be there.

New Beverly Midnights presents


2010, USA/UK/Canada, 112 minutes, Universal Pictures
Directed by Edgar Wright
Written by Edgar Wright & Michael Bacall
Based on the graphic novel series by Bryan Lee O’Malley
Starring Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead,
Kieran Culkin, Chris Evans, Anna Kendrick, Alison Pill, Brandon Routh, Jason Schwartzman, Mark Webber, Ellen Wong, Johnny Simmons, Brie Larson, Aubrey Plaza

Screening time: midnight (11:59 pm)

Screening format: 35mm

brie-bitterCartoonist, writer and director Hope Larson
will be appearing in person to premiere her
new short film “Bitter Orange” before the screening!


“Scott Pilgrim is a breathless rush of a movie that jumps off the screen, spins your head around and then stealthily works its way into your heart. Don’t worry too much about hugging and learning and stuff. Just revel in those clutter-free last moments when two people finally get enough of a grip on who they are to make an honest, human connection. It’s a game-changer.”
- Peter Travers, Rolling Stone


If purchasing tickets via Brown Paper Tickets, your tickets will be at the box office and available for pick-up approximately 15 to 30 minutes before show time.

There is a single line for both advance ticket holders and those who still need to purchase tickets at the door. That is, there is not a separate ‘will call’ or ‘mobile tickets’ line. To claim your advance tickets, please present your photo ID at the box office window.

Seating is unreserved.

Far too many ponies to explain in one text…

Uploaded by BronyComms on Jan 10, 2023
Hurray, another one of those movie trailers with ponies in it. Haven’t made one of these in a long time, but that doesn’t mean I slacked off. If anything, this is the pony trailer I’ve spent the most time on making it look perfect.

Amazing art by Carlos Lerma with Pilgrim as Machete, Machete as Potter, Potter as Pilgrim!

Cera, Radcliffe and Trejo. The most unlikely badass trio you ever did see. Love it.

3 Hit Combo by *lerms on deviantART

Two things.

1) It’s CONFIRMED that I will be appearing at this triple bill at San Francisco’s Castro Theatre on the 26th of August. So get your tix.

2) The amazing Alex Pardee has designed this extraordinary poster for the event.

It’s literally mindblowing as you will see below.

MiDNiTES FOR MANiACS presents an Edgar Wright TRIPLE BILL | August 26th Castro Theatre, San Francisco, CA.

Details of the event are below. Also limited edition fine art prints of the above Alex Pardee poster image will be available to purchase at the Castro on the night of the event. If there are any available after the event they will be sold online at his webstorel Zerofriends .

Writer/Director Edgar Wright, who will be here in San Francisco at the historic Castro Movie Palace iN PERSON (schedule permitting), will be showcasing his three feature films as well as numerous odds and ends from his oeuvre (the Grindhouse trailer DON’T!) as well as introducing each film and holding a Q&A on stage with host Jesse Hawthorne Ficks! This extraordinary event costs ONLY $15 so buy your tickets early! This is gonna be one helluva nite!


7:00pm - SCOTT PiLGRiM VS. THE WORLD (2010)
Based on the graphic novel by Brian Lee O’Malley
Containing: Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Kieran Culkin, Johnny Simmons, Jason Schwartzman, Aubrey Plaza, Alison Pill

People all around the country are madly obsessed with this brilliantly intelligent, coming-of age extravaganza! On par with films such as RUSHMORE and ELECTiON, it’s chock full of progressive poignancy, 8-bit nostalgia, really-relatable side characters (with Kieran Culkin giving one of the greatest performances ever!) and a unique, unstoppable creativity that proves that Mr. Edgar Wright is a modern force to be reckoned with. Not only is this the movie you would have snuck into ten times to see when you were a teenager, it reminds you that you can still do that sort of thing… RiGHT NOW! 35mm print courtesy of Universal. 112min.

NOTE: There will be a Q&A on stage with Edgar Wright and Jesse Hawthorne Ficks immediately following SCOTT PiLGRiM.

Watch the trailer:

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9:45pm - HOT FUZZ (2007)
Written by Simon Pegg & Edgar Wright
Containing: Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Martin Freeman

Capturing the "buddy cop" genre has been attempted before and after this brilliant little ditty (see Kevin Smith’s COP OUT and Adam McKay’s THE OTHER GUYS), but what makes HOT FUZZ such a contemporary classic is that it actually achieves it’s own place alongside the films it’s in love with: POiNT BREAK and BAD BOYS 2. This genuine British Bro-mance between real-life BFFs, Simon Pegg & Nick Frost will completely sneak up on you, as they strive for purpose through their small town shenanigans. Widescreen 35mm print courtesy of Focus. 121min.

Watch the trailer:

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11:59pm - SHAUN OF THE DEAD (2004)
Written by Simon Pegg & Nick Frost
Containing: Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Kate Ashfield & Lucy Davis

Riding high off their decade defining TV series SPACED (1999), this gang of Brits translated their genius to the big screen and gave the world one of the all time great Zombie parodies while at the same time (like HOT FUZZ) carving out it’s own top-spot within the genre it loves! What would a couple of modern day stoners do if the world were overrun with flesh eating corpses? Edgar Wright and company deliver a bloody great romp that only gets better and better with multiple viewings! This must be seen at the greatest movie theatre in the United States with the director IN PERSON introducing it to a whole new generation preceded by a RARE 35mm print of Wright’s Grindhouse trailer DON’T! Widescreen 35mm print courtesy of Focus. 99min.

Watch the trailer:


People are flying from across the country for this special event!

ONLY $15 for one or all three films!
Notes written and event curated by Jesse Hawthorne Ficks
email him at [email protected]

Oh yes!

Not 24 hours after The Vines brought us ‘Gimme Love’, here’s Nottingham’s own musical tribute to all things Sex Bob-Omby.

It’s worth pointing out that one of the members of Swound is Lloyd Stas, the amazing poster designer behind these. Lloyd (drums) also co-directed with his brother Joe (vocals).

So enjoy the visuals and aural pleasures of the Swond sound and check out what they had to say about it after the vid. 1-2-3-4!

Here are the words of Swond themselves.

Taken from the forthcoming album ‘Into The Sea’. For a free download of this song go and ‘Like’ our facebook page here -

This is our homage to the genius of Brian Lee O’Malley’s Scott Pilgrim series and the amazing film adaptation by Edgar Wright.

We did all the filming, editing and effects ourselves because we enjoy doing things this way (and we are too poor to pay anyone).

The 8-bit tune at the start is a version of our hit single ‘Everybody Hates Her’, which you can view somewhere on here. We might get sued for using the Zelda tune but Nintendo can’t even comprehend the power that we have.

Thanks again to the above people for inspiring us to make this video. We hope the results do their work justice.

November 22nd, 2009 (I)

November 22nd, 2009 (II)

At BBC 6 Music recording ‘A Month Of Matinees’ - to go out Sunday Dec 20th, 15.30-17.30.

Simon Pegg is on Dec 6th, then Martin Freeman on Dec 13th, then me, then Bill Nighy on the 27th.

Will be fun. I played an extremely eclectic mix of music - Metric, Cornelius, Beck, The Slew, Brendan Canning, Frank Black, Art Brut, Fake Blood, Siriusmo, The Kinks, Lee Hazlewood, Liquid Gold (!) and much, much more.

Enjoy it when it’s on.

November 21st, 2009

If you don’t follow myself, Mr Simon Pegg or Mr Nick Frost on Twitter, you missed out on a semi sequel to HOT FUZZ yesterday in the form of some very steamy tweets.

It all started with a discussion about X Factor’s identical twins John & Edward and a joke by me about slash fiction…

@edgarwright Has anyone written John & Edward slash fiction yet? Apart from themselves, that is.
about 23 hours ago from web

@simonpegg @edgarwright Jeez and you had a pop at me for reading Twilight!
about 23 hours ago from TweetDeck

@edgarwright Me and @simonpegg once wrote some Nicholas Angel and Danny Butterman slash fiction. It was called HOT FUZZ…(applause)
about 23 hours ago from web

@simonpegg You’ve still got it Edgar. I don’t care what anyone says.
about 21 hours ago from TweetDeck

… this quickly transmorphed into a discussion about the amount of steamy HOT FUZZ slash fiction on the net involving Sergeant Nicholas Angel and Constable Danny Butterman.

@edgarwright: You want HOT FUZZ slash fiction? You got HOT FUZZ slash fiction. Enjoy.
about 22 hours ago from web

@simonpegg All power to the slashers I say. I’m deeply flattered that anyone would take mine and @edgarwright’s balls and run with them.
about 21 hours ago from TweetDeck

@edgarwright I too am deeply flattered by the slashers. I say all power to handstitched homoerotica.
about 21 hours ago from web in reply to simonpegg

@simonpegg @yathina I didn’t start it!! It was @edgarwright. You know what it’s like you’re on your own in the edit …
about 22 hours ago from TweetDeck in reply to yathina

@edgarwright More HOT FUZZ slash fiction for those who enjoy Angel & Danny’s stolen glances…
about 18 hours ago from web

@edgarwright I think I have opened a lusty can of worms…
about 18 hours ago from web

This is turn led to myself, Simon and Nick tweeted our own little slivers of slash fiction chronicling the stolen glances, loaded comments and pregnant pauses between our dynamic duo. And things got very hot and sweaty indeed.

This may be the HOT FUZZ sequel you’ve been begging for. Read on.

@simonpegg “said Danny as he unbuttoned Angel’s police issue riot suit”
about 17 hours ago from TweetDeck in reply to edgarwright

@edgarwright “Danny gripped his extendable Asp. It could do some serious damage…in the right hands.”
about 16 hours ago from web in reply to simonpegg

@nickjfrost “That’s a lovely big truncheon.” said Danny. (sound of slide whistle.) the end.
about 16 hours ago from Tweetie in reply to simonpegg

@edgarwright All this steamy talk of Danny & Angel is sending me toward the 19,000 followers mark. You filthy bitches.
about 16 hours ago from web

@edgarwright “Danny and Angel grinned as they tackled the shoplifter. There was no reason to hold him down so long. Or was there..?”
about 16 hours ago from web

@nickjfrost “he’s got a pipe of pringles down his track suit bottoms Sarge!” grinned Danny.”
about 16 hours ago from Tweetie in reply to edgarwright

@edgarwright “Danny wanted to tell Angel that from some angles he looked a bit like Paul Walker. He’d tell him one day…One day.”
about 16 hours ago from web

@nickjfrost ‘swing away!” Said Danny. They laughed at the memory of going to see signs together one afternoon.
about 16 hours ago from Tweetie in reply to edgarwright

@edgarwright “Danny smiled “Remember when we beat up those travelers in the downpour, Sergeant Angel? ? Your hair looked good in the rain”
about 16 hours ago from web

@edgarwright “Danny gazed at the leaves falling outside the station. He smiled. Rugby season would be starting soon…”
about 15 hours ago from web

@edgarwright I’m enjoying this. Too much…(too much)
about 15 hours ago from web

@edgarwright “Angel gently reminded Danny that his ‘Team Jacob’ t-shirt was not regulation uniform.”
about 15 hours ago from web

@nickjfrost “In the quiet station Danny danced to Sixpence none the richer’s ‘Kiss me’, remembering their weekend in Weston.”
about 15 hours ago from Tweetie in reply to edgarwright

@edgarwright “Danny broke the silence. “Who do you like better, John or Edward?” “I have no strong feeling about it” said Angel, without looking up.”
about 15 hours ago from web

@nickjfrost ‘I saw the way Skinner was looking at you.’ Sighed Danny. ‘Don’t be jealous’ Angel ruffled danny’s hair. ‘Don’t Dad might see!’
about 15 hours ago from Tweetie in reply to edgarwright

@edgarwright One last one…”Have you seen the notebook?” asked Angel, searching furiously in the glove compartment. “Many times” replied Danny fondly.
about 15 hours ago from web

@edgarwright @camposova I think the fact that I have out-slashed Pegg & Frost by 3 to 1 speaks volumes about me. Uh…
about 15 hours ago from web in reply to camposova

@edgarwright Am off out now. Good night all. Hands up who still wants a HOT FUZZ sequel.
about 15 hours ago from web

So that was the further adventures of Angel and Danny. I’ll leave you with Simon’s touching epilogue.

@simonpegg “What shall we do?” Asked Danny, full of puppyish enthusiasm. “Your call Constable Butterman”, purred Angel. Danny smiled, “Willy fight?”
about 12 hours ago from TweetDeck

I cannot say how much we all enjoyed writing these. You slash fiction writers are having way too much fun.

Buh bye.

Look closer at last night’s blog picture…

What is that behind me…?

Thanks to Sian Schiaparelli (@schiaparelli) for this.

R.I.P. Bodhi.

“He’s not coming back”.