The records that Shaun and Ed throw at the zombies in their garden shatter when they hit the wall. Only old fashioned 'shellac' records shatter like this -yet all the records were titles released after the introduction of "indestructible" flexible plastic records. See more...
Although it seems like Diane was killed after she left the Winchester, she actually does survive. If you watch the "Plot Holes" section on the DVD, Diane explains how she used David's leg as a weapon, fought through the zombies to a tree, ate part of the leg for sustenance, and then came down after everything was back to normal. See more...
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|Title||Shaun of the Dead|
|Original entry||In the scene with the main characters fighting John, the pub landlord, the jukebox comes on playing Don't Stop Me Now by Queen. Shaun shouts "Who turned that on?" and Ed replies "It's on random," which is a reference to earlier in the film. But there is no reason for the jukebox to switch on other than to provide music for the fight. If it was on random why didn't it switch on earlier? [The power to the pub has only just come on - the jukebox starts up automatically at that point. When they initially arrived there, the power was off.]|