Where to Stream The Cornetto Trilogy Online – Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz & The World's End

Are you looking to watch the Cornetto trilogy online? This guide will show you where to watch every movie in Edgar Wright's iconic comedy film series on popular streaming services in the United Kingdom.

​​Back in 2004, Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright decided to turn their small-screen success into a string of action-packed feature film collaborations. The duo first worked together on Wright’s directorial debut series, Asylum, before reuniting for Spaced, which Pegg co-wrote and starred in with Nick Frost. In one episode of the two-season show, Pegg’s character Tim had a hallucination about a zombie apocalypse. This became the inspiration for the first film in the iconic Cornetto trilogy.

Shaun of the Dead – Strawberry

Shaun of the Dead follows Simon Pegg as Shaun, a regular salesman who has to save his loved ones when a zombie outbreak lands in London. With a humble budget of $6 million, the film, fronted by Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, went on to critical acclaim and gained a cult following and grossed $38.7 million at the box office. Channel 4 went on to rank it third on a list of 50 Greatest Comedy Films of All Time.

Hot Fuzz – Classico

Three years later, the trio reunited in the buddy cop movie, Hot Fuzz, which was a satirical take on over 100 well-known action films. It followed London police sergeant Nicholas Angel as he was relocated to a supposedly sleepy village of Sandford, where he struggled to adjust to the slow pace of the small-town community. However, as the bodies piled up, Nicholas and his new buddy Danny become suspicious that this award-winning idyllic village is a front for something far more sinister.

Hot Fuzz received widespread praise for its visual effects and action sequences and went onto gross over $80 million at the box office on its $12 million budget, making it the most financially successful film in the trilogy.

The World's End – Mint

The final film, The World’s End, was released in 2013, and saw a group of five friends return to their hometown to complete a pub crawl on the same night as an alien invasion occurs. Once again, it opened to positive reviews from critics and secured $46 million at the worldwide box office on a budget of $20 million. Regular cast members Pegg and Frost returned alongside Martin Freeman, Paddy Considine with Rosamund Pike and Pierce Brosnan.

You may be wondering why Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and The World's End are collectively known as the Cornetto Trilogy, or 'Three Flavours Cornetto'. Though these three films are not connected in storyline, nor do they feature the same characters or fictional locations, fans spotted that each film features a different flavour of Cornetto.

In Shaun of the Dead, Ed tucks into a strawberry Cornetto for a hangover cure, which actually led to the cast being given free ice creams by the brand for the after party. After this donation, the trio decided to feature another Cornetto in Hot Fuzz, this time the classic blue Cornetto, but sadly they didn’t get any more freebies. Edgar Wright joked when promoting Hot Fuzz that the Cornettos represent the trilogy like Krzysztof Kieslowski’s Three Colors film trilogy (Blue, White, and Red). After this Easter egg was pointed out, a mint chocolate chip Cornetto wrapper is seen at the end of The World’s End.

After all this talk of ice cream and these comedies, it’s time to grab a Cornetto and dive into the cult classic Cornetto trilogy. Here’s where to stream all three movies online in chronological order.

Disney Plus
Amazon Prime Video
Apple TV Plus
Apple TV
Amazon Video
Paramount Plus
Channel 4
Sky Go
Crunchyroll Amazon Channel
BBC iPlayer
Google Play Movies
BFI Player
Sky Store
Microsoft Store
Curzon Home Cinema
Funimation Now
Arrow Video Amazon Channel
Talk Talk TV
Starz Play Amazon Channel
Rakuten TV
Netflix Kids
YouTube Premium
BFI Player Amazon Channel
Hayu Amazon Channel
BritBox Amazon Channel
MUBI Amazon Channel
STV Player
Curiosity Stream
Flix Premiere
Now TV
Dogwoof On Demand
WOW Presents Plus
Magellan TV
Acorn TV
AcornTV Amazon Channel
True Story
DocAlliance Films
Now TV Cinema
CuriosityStream Amazon Channel
DocuBay Amazon Channel
Discovery+ Amazon Channel
Fandor Amazon Channel
Full Moon Amazon Channel
ITV Amazon Channel
MGM Amazon Channel
Pokémon Amazon Channel
Shout! Factory Amazon Channel
Shudder Amazon Channel
Eros Now Amazon Channel
FilmBox Live Amazon Channel
MotorTrend Amazon Channel
Pluto TV
ShortsTV Amazon Channel
Yupp TV
Paramount+ Amazon Channel
Icon Film Amazon Channel
Curzon Amazon Channel
Hallmark TV Amazon Channel
Studiocanal Presents Amazon Channel
Sundance Now Amazon Channel
Realeyz Amazon Channel
Sun Nxt
Netflix basic with Ads
Paramount Plus Apple TV Channel
Lionsgate Plus
OUTtv Amazon Channel
HistoryPlay Amazon Channel
Crime+ Investigation Play Amazon Channel
Shahid VIP
Univer Video
Acorn TV Apple TV
Tastemade Apple TV Channel
CuriosityStream Apple TV Channel
BFI Player Apple TV Channel
  1. Shaun of the Dead

    Shaun of the Dead


    IMDB 7.9 (589k)


    Shaun lives a supremely uneventful life, which revolves around his girlfriend, his mother, and, above all, his local pub. This gentle routine is threatened when the dead return to life and make strenuous attempts to snack on ordinary Londoners.

  2. Hot Fuzz

    Hot Fuzz


    IMDB 7.8 (532k)


    Former London constable Nicholas Angel finds it difficult to adapt to his new assignment in the sleepy British village of Sandford. Not only does he miss the excitement of the big city, but he also has a well-meaning oaf for a partner. However, when a series of grisly accidents rocks Sandford, Angel smells something rotten in the idyllic village.

  3. The World's End

    The World's End


    IMDB 6.9 (296k)


    Five friends who reunite in an attempt to top their epic pub crawl from 20 years earlier unwittingly become humankind's only hope for survival.