Dead Right is a no budget, amateur, short 1993 cop comedy film written, edited, shot and directed by Edgar Wright. Detective Barry Stern, also known as "Dirty Barry", is a tough, no nonsense cop with a bad attitude on the hunt for a serial killer. Shot on a camcorder and edited using two VCRs, the film is very much in the style of the Zucker Brothers and intentionally badly made. That makes it the more hilarious. It can be seen on the Hot Fuzz DVD. It has similarities to Hot Fuzz.
Tropes associated with this film include:
M15 Agent: Undercover, M15.
Simon Pegg (on the DVD commentary): Then why are you talking in an American accent then?