‘Shaun of the Dead’ Photo-a-day / Shoot Day 39 / June 25th, 2003

‘Shaun of the Dead’ Photo-a-day / Shoot Day 38 / June 25th, 2003

I think the description of the scheduled pages above and the slate below must mean that we are behind. We’re still on the death of the zombified bartender. The beast must die soon as there’s the rest of the climax to shoot.

‘Shaun of the Dead’ Photo-a-day / Shoot Day 38 / June 25th, 2003

I do remember the Winchester scene being as intense to shoot as the scene appears in the movie. It’s a very strange feeling keeping a siege sequence going and maintaining that mood.

‘Shaun of the Dead’ Photo-a-day / Shoot Day 39 / June 25th, 2003

As a director you do also feel like you are barricading yourself in the set and not venturing back out into the world. It’s quite the lock in.

‘Shaun of the Dead’ Photo-a-day / Shoot Day 39 / June 25th, 2003

  • AmberGrindstaff

    everyone looked stressed out in those scenes,but it was well worth it the end 🙂

  • Tim Chipping

    I never thought how it must’ve felt for you. But you were on the Winchester set for most of the time while zombage clawed at the windows on all sides, all day every day. Must’ve been quite strange. I hope people know that all those hands were real and not CGI. The assistant directors were going out into Ealing and asking people in the street to come and be zombie silhouettes for a few hours at time – to give some of us full-timers a chance to rest our arms.

  • fred

    these have been really interesting, thanks!

    • SarahAC

      Agreed. I’m loving it!