Shed of the Dead

Shed of the Dead

By Drew Cullingham

  • Genre: Drew Cullingham
  • Release Date: 2019-05-20
  • Advisory Rating: 15
  • Runtime: 1h 25min
  • Director: Drew Cullingham
  • Production Company: 7DM Studios
  • iTunes Price: GBP 3.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: GBP 0.99
From 15 Ratings


Trevor and Graham live very ordinary lives. Except of course when they inhabit their alter egos, Casimir and Sir Brandt, characters from the fantasy war games they play in Graham's basement and Trevor's allotment shed. In those they really are the heroes they imagine themselves to be. So when a neighbour's murderous activities unfortunately coincide with the zombie apocalypse, Graham and Trevor set off on a quest to save the women in their lives, and therein try to live up to the mantle of 'hero'.




  • A real love-letter to the genre!

    By ZombiFanBoy
    The comparisons to other zombie films (one in particular!) will be obvious, but this film holds its own and adds a few new things into the mix. Some lovely little homages to the genre's history, and a great cast including some genuine horror royalty (Kane Hodder, Bill Moseley, Michael Berryman). Really enjoyed it!
  • A rollicking gory laugh!

    By Athletico Pie Eater
    A great British comedy horror film that delivers exactly what it says on the tin. It's full of good gags, gross-out comedy and gruesome zombie deaths to top it all off. Regardless of whether you're a diehard horror fan, or just fancy a laugh on a Friday night over a pizza and a beer after a hard week at work, then this is definitely worth a watch.
  • British comedy simply rocks

    Cracking indie film, giving the audience a fun and gruesome mix of British comedy from horror greats and upcoming talent.
  • British, Geek @ Gore !

    By E75 Warrior
    With its gross out comedy Inbetweener style, and it’s ‘buddies saving their microcosm of a world’, like Shaun, SHED delivers a thrust of up-to-date comedy that’s a much an homage to filmic greats as it is a geek-fest for horror and D&D fans. Fabulous little film. Brown and MacIntosh were terrific together !
  • Good ole British humour

    By the last princess of essex
    Found this completely by accident on here, and glad I did, had me chuckling and felt so British, loved the switch between real life and the alter egos they created in their own heads, would definitely watch again
  • New classic!

    By JHug42
    What a great film! Funny but gory it ticks all the boxes Thoroughly enjoyed and will watch again
  • Well worth a watch

    By pporter
    Really enjoyed it. Was filmed locally to me so extra special. Very much in the Shaun of the dead category of horror films. Well worth seeing
  • Wrong genre

    By eiiyviyndev
    Wrong genre