This collection features the best of British comedy from the turn of the millennium to the present day. Laugh along with the likes of Steve Coogan, Nick Frost, Martin Freeman, and Jude Law. Remember, you can't spell humour without U!
Better known as 'Shaun of the Dead', Simon Pegg's typically British dry sense of humor has carried almost every project he's been involved in to success. Make sure to check out 'Hot Fuzz' for some more Pegg/Frost magic.
Only movies with the very highest amount of asses being kicked have made it on to this collection of trained killers doing what they do best! Check out 'Smokin' Aces' for some OTT Tarantino-esque action, or '13 Samurai' for a fantastic Asian addition.
If you like your comedy darker than a pint of bitter served in a traditional pub, then check out this collection of pitch black British humor from recent years. Includes 'In the Loop', a superb political satire, and most recently Simon Pegg's 'Kill Me Three Times'!
The duo that brought you 'Shaun of the Dead' - these movies contain either Frost, Pegg, or, best of all, a mixture thereof! Make sure to watch their 'Cornetto Trilogy': 'Shaun of the Dead', 'The Worlds' End' and 'Hot Fuzz'.
Nowhere breeds tough guys like the outback! Check out the very best action and crime movies the land down under has to offer from 1990 onwards; includes recent indie gem 'The Rover' and critically acclaimed Western 'The Proposition' - starring none other than Aussie native Chris Hemsworth!
The master of British crime-capers Guy Ritchie has had more than a few directors show him the sincerest form of flattery. Enjoy the results, including Daniel Craig in 'Layer Cake' and Jude Law in 'Dom Hemingway', along with the maestro's original work 'Snatch' and 'Lock, Stock'.