Paul / Hot Fuzz

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Simon Pegg and Nick Frost became known to most nerds on this side of the Atlantic for their first feature-length collaboration with writer-director Edgar Wright, Shaun of the Dead. This week, for the first time ever, Pegg and Frost are starring together in a feature with none of Wright’s input – the Greg Mottola-directed Paul. On this episode of Sound on Sight, Rick, Al and Mike will take on Mottola’s movie and take a look back at the last Pegg/Frost joint, the action-movie homage Hot Fuzz.

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Playlist:

Supergrass – Caught by the Fuzz

B52’S – Planet Claire

John Spencer and the Elegant Too – Here Comes The Fuzz

2 Comments
  1. Tim says

    I’ll have to watch Hot Fuzz again because I thought it was overrated. It was well made and pretty funny for the first bit, but ended up as the long overwrought cop action movie it was trying to parody.

  2. […] recently reviewed Hot Fuzz on Sound On Sight Radio and discussed the many subgenres which influenced director Edgar Wright. Unlike say Shaun of the […]

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