It's ten years since Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg released their second installment in what has now become known as the 'Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy'
On the back of the tremendous success of 2004's Shaun of the Dead, the pair decided to turn their attention to the action genre and they delivered arguably the best of the trilogy.
If you haven't seen the film before it centers on Pegg's Nicholas Angel, a top London copper who's too good at his job. So his superiors send him to a quiet country town to stop making them look bad. Paired with small town policeman Danny Butterman (Nick Frost), Angel struggles to get used to the slow pace of country life. However when several locals end up dead in a series of grisly accidents, Angel suspects that there is some foul play afoot.