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The 10 Best Zombie Movies of All Time

September 25, 2012
By The Zombie Master

The 10 Best Zombie Movies Ever

I have a tendency to get intimidated when someone asks for my “top 10, 20, 25” of anything. Not that I think I will offend them by not mentioning one of their favorites because, frankly I could care less, but because I can always think of more than the number that I have chosen to list. That being the case, this is my “Top 10 Zombie Films of All Time (with a few extras at the end)”. Is this a definitive list? Well, since you are asking me then “yes, it is”. Is it going to be definitive to you? Probably not but you can be hopeful that one day someone is going to ask for your “top x” of something that you are an expert in and it will be your definitive list and you can have a cocky attitude about it just because. So let’s get started.

 

Dead Snow (2009) Poster

10. Dead Snow (2009) – Ok, who doesn’t like a good “Nazi Zombie” story. This is just classic from the isolated cabin on the side of a mountain to the old man that tells of the Nazi occupation of a town not too far from where they are staying. While it may start slow, it has all of the zombie gore that we fans have come to expect from our beloved genre.

 

Evil Dead (1981) Poster

9. Evil Dead/Evil Dead II (1981/1987) – “Wait, is that fair? Can he put two movies down and count them as one?” Well, yes I can. Especially these two, because let’s face it, one is just a higher quality, better budget remake of the other. You can thank these films for introducing us to the collaborative genius of Sam and Ted Raimi and Bruce Campbell.  You can also thank them for creating the character of Ash, one of the best zombie killers in cinema. “Hail to the King, Baby.”

 

The Cemetery Man (1994) Poster

8. Dellamorte, Dellamore (1994) – Also known as “Cemetery Man”, this film is a must see for any would be zombie aficionado. You see, there is this Italian village that has a problem with keeping the recently dead, well, dead. They have a cemetery man (nice little title tie-in there wouldn’t you say) whose job it is to make sure they stay dead. His job is not however to accidentally kill the living nor to fall in love with a recently deceased but….

 

Fido (2007) Poster

7. Fido (2007) – I have said it before and I will say it again: This movie represents the epitome of the correct way to do a political movie without being overtly political. This is probably the best example of zombies being used in the metaphorical analysis of society that I have ever seen (and God knows I have seen plenty of that crap). Though not horror per se, Fido is still a zombie movie that I would be willing to stack against any outside of this list.

 

Dead Alive (1992) Poster

6. Dead Alive (1992) – What is not to like about this film? This is one of the bloodiest films of all time (700 liters of fake blood in the last scene alone), it has visual instructions on how to use a running lawnmower as a melee weapon, it has a Sumatran Rat Monkey, and most important of all it has a kung-fu priest. I mean, come on, who doesn’t like a kung-fu priest.

 

The Return of the Living Dead (1985) Poster

5. Return of the Living Dead (1985) – Dan O’Bannon proved his genius with this film. Think about it, nowhere else in the zombie genre of film is it mentioned that zombies eat brains but it has become a readily used moniker for said zombies. When your one film wields that much power within a complete genre, you know you did something right.

 

Shaun of the Dead (2004) Poster

4. Shaun of the Dead (2004) – What to say about this film. It has comedy, romance, social parody and zombies. Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright are fans of zombie movies and it shows from the absolute respect and homage that they pay the many zombie films from the past that were their inspiration. Also, this is the perfect film to introduce someone to the zombie genre. Just sayin’.

 

Night of the Living Dead (1968) Review

3. Night of the Living Dead (1968) – “Wait a minute? NOTLD is number 3? Isn’t that sacrilege or something?” I know, right? This is the movie that put the zombie on the map as something other than a voodoo controlled slave. It could be safe to say that the only other film maker that broke as much ground in horror to that date was the great Alfred Hitchcock. Remember, this was the movie that forced ratings on films. It was a struggle to put it in third but after much turmoil I felt it was right compared to what followed.

 

Zombie 2 (1980) Review

2. Zombi 2 (1980) – I firmly believe that one cannot be a true fan of gore and not be a fan of Lucio Fulci. I also firmly believe that you cannot be a true fan of zombie films and not absolutely adore Zombi 2 (Zombie in the states and Zombie Flesh Eaters in the UK). This film made the infamous Video Nasties list in the UK and it earned it. From eye gouging to zombie feasting it is the epitome of a Nasty. Hoorah!!!

Dawn of the Dead (1978) Review

1. Dawn of the Dead (1978) – Well here it is. Number one. Numero uno. The best of the best. Why do I think it is deserving of this title? Let us count the ways. George Romero at his finest, Tom Savini becoming a house hold name, comedy, romance, social parody (déjà vu), head shots, torn bodies oh my. Oh, and let’s not forget, single handedly putting the languishing zombie genre back on course for all to enjoy.

Honorable Mentions:

 

Day of the Dead (1985) Poster

1.Day of the Dead (1985) – “First there was Night of the Living Dead then Dawn of the Dead and now the darkest day of horror the world has ever known.” ‘Nuff said.

 

Let Sleeping Corpses Lie (1974) Poster

2.Let Sleeping Corpses Lie (1974) – Highly underrated because of it’s heavily cut original release in the US; I would suggest finding the Blue Underground or the Anchor Bay release.

 

Dawn of the Dead (2004) Review

3.Dawn of the Dead (2004) – Not a big fan of remakes but this one makes me tolerate them.

 

NIght of the Living Dead (1990) Review

4.Night of the Living Dead (1990) – I couldn’t think of anyone better to make a remake of the film that started it all than Tom Savini with Romero’s blessing. Barbara has a little more common sense in this one as well.

Guilty Pleasures:

1.Diary of the Dead (2007) – I loved this movie. I know that many did not but as I have said before, I don’t care.

2.Zombies, Zombies, Zombies (2008) – Strippers, crack-hoes, a smart-ass pimp and zombies. Need I say more?

3.Zombie Lake (1980) – Don’t judge me.

 

Why isn’t it on the list?

1. 28 Days Later (2002) – When I am asked to give my “Top 10 Virus Movies of All Time” list then this one will be number 1. But this is a zombie movie list which means that this one does not qualify.

2. 28 Weeks Later (2007) – Ditto.

Well, there you have it. The “Top 10 Zombie Films of All Time (with a few extras at the end)” for you to shrink to wallet size, print out, laminate and keep in your wallet in case you ever get into a debate with someone who just thinks they know zombie movies. Then you too can make them run home to mama crying like a little girl. It really is fun. You should try it some time.

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September 25, 2012
A good list...
By: Matt Molgaard
...with a few "surprises". The exclusion of Zombieland saddens me deeply however.
September 25, 2012
Evil Dead
By: Terry Dart
Evil dead is not a zombie film, how you can exclude 28 days later because it is not a real Zombie film yet include The Evil Dead. The Evil Dead 1 and 2 are about body possessing demons not zombies.
September 25, 2012
Virus = zombie
By: John Strand
I also would have preferred the inclusion of Zombieland. As far as not including 28 Days Later... If it walks like a duck and talks like a duck.... Otherwise I LOVE the diversity of zombie films here... Little something for everybody.
September 25, 2012
Also Evil Dead
By: Josh Herie
IMO if they talk and levitate, chances are they aren't zombies.
September 25, 2012
What about....
By: Vincent
I have a favorite zombie movie, but I am not sure why it did not make the cut. "Night of the Creeps" I realize it has to do with aliens and stuff, but I believe the people that died came back, just like in any other zombie-imbued movie :)
September 26, 2012
An answer to quandaries...
By: The Zombie Master
As I so eloquently stated at the beginning of the article, I am an equal opportunity offender, but, some questions have been brought up that I feel need to be answered. The Evil Dead is a zombie movie though not a standard type (The same way Night of the Creeps is not a standard zombie but an alien possessed zombie). Even though the demons can possess a living person, the majority of the "Deadites" are reanimated dead. They are actually being dug up in Army of Darkness. Reanimated dead is one of the main rules to be a zombie. If you take out talking zombies then all of the ROTLD films are out because they even call for reinforcements (just to eat though). As far as 28 Days/Weeks Later, if it walks like a duck and talks like a duck then you probably have a small aquatic bird of the family anatidae on your hands. However, if it isn't dead and can die of starvation you do not have a zombie. And, even though Zombieland is not on the list it doesn't mean I didn't like it, it is just not on my list. Feel absolutely free to add it to your list, I will not be offended in the least.
September 26, 2012
Aquatic birds deserve a fighting chance
By:
Ha! All good points ZombieMaster... That said this partisan divide Is crippling our country... And the lack of respect you show for our avian brothers... For shame... For shame on all ornithological bigots.
September 26, 2012
Nice Article
By: IndieGB
Check out Juan of the Dead, it deserves to be on this list somewhere :)
September 27, 2012
Don't take offense
By: Anyone
You seem a little touchy, Zombie Master... But why take offense? This list has generated (up until your follow-up) good horror conversation... That makes your article a success! Why would you want to discourage well-meaning comments, or a debate on the subject? Despite appearances, I know you are not THAT insecure.
September 28, 2012
Evil Dead
By: Terry Dart
Apologies for the tone of my original message, as it was a little blunt. I was simply trying to state that the deadites from Evil Dead (certainly from 1 and 2, which are the films that made the list) do not behave, or even have similar characteristics to zombies from almost any other film I can think of. Things like their ability to float, the possession and apparent exorcism of living people, walking trees, a level of intelligence far higher than most zombies, infected not being interested in eating people, no infection via the infected via bite or bodily fluids etc. etc. However as always such things are a matter of opinion, btw I love the site.
September 30, 2012
No offense taken
By: The Zombie Master
Please, please, please: Do not take my words as being a response from being offended by what others have said. Because the comments posed questions, I merely wanted to answer why I felt that Evil Dead was a zombie movie and 28 Days was not. Although I may come off as cocky and sarcastic (because I am cocky and sarcastic) I will never use my powers to stifle any conversation on this or any genre. That is all. Carry on.
October 2, 2012
Let Sleepping Corpses Lie!
By: Barry
Great list, sir. Sleeping Corpses is in my top 3. Also called The Living Dead At Manchester Morgue, and Don't Open The Window. A must see for any zombie fan. It pre dates Dawn of the Dead by a couple years.
October 2, 2012
H.P. Lovecrafts
By: John
Re-animator series, directed by Stuart Gordon. Definitely underappreaciated zombie carnage.
October 2, 2012
Cheesy but Classic
By: mark
My top ten would include Children should play with Dead Things. Over the top acting but classic Zombies rising from their Graves, Directed by the late Bob Clark.
October 3, 2012
Actually
By: Hammer
From Zack Snyder's own mouth, the Dawn of the Dead remake treats Zombification as an infection, not as the risen dead. Also this argument discludes a film with Zombie in the title. Zombieland is an infected film. I personally think it's time to move past this zombie vs. infected crap. In either case, if I have one word to tell someone what is attacking me it will be Zombie. You can be infected with lots of things.
October 3, 2012
I agree on "evil dead"
By: Alejandro
Yeah, to me "evil dead" is more about demons and possessions, also, "zombieland" is so good but.... commercial, very Hollywood, which to me, make it lack the soul that others with less budget has....
October 3, 2012
Zombieland!
By: Jason
Yeah, I agree that Zombieland was the one I thought was deserving of at least an honorable mention. But hey, something's always going to be left out, or the list would be too long. Great stuff! I always enjoy reading through these lists.
October 4, 2012
Great Zombie List
By: Steve
Hey people we're all friends here - how about less judging and more enjoying of the Zombie classics ok . Also - Glad to see your list included " Dead Snow " and " Return Of The Living Dead " two of my favorites ------------- All Hail The Zombie Master !
October 4, 2012
What about stakeland?
By: Raghu
Stakeland does have the undead and loads of them and a brilliant storyline. Stake does pertain to vampires, I understand, but this actually had the walking dead which I suppose puts it worthy of the list. What say?
October 6, 2012
Without 28 Days Later?
By: sonnyhancock
Without 28 Days Later even in the list, this compilation loses credibility.
October 13, 2012
Evil Dead?
By: C
You can't count evil dead as a zombie film, but the fact that Fulci's masterpiece made your list mostly redeems your error.
October 16, 2012
No joke zombie movies, please
By: DougH
Shaun of the Dead? For me zombie movies have to have at least some horror, certainly not slapstick. Each to their own, of course. I would include "Burial Ground," especially where the zombie "kid" bites off and eats his mother's nipple.
December 1, 2012
Great List
By: helawrence
I love all of the movies on this list, I only wish Re-Animator and Planet Terror had made it.
December 2, 2012
evil dead
By:
some scary stuff here love it
December 3, 2012
Just wanna say something with out hurting anyone this is just and opinion
By:
Ok 28 days/weeks later is included as a zombie movie only because they are creatures who crave human and u can get turned in to a zombie just by getting bitten by
December 13, 2012
finally
By:
Finally someones list that gets that 28days/weeks later and zombieland are NOT zombies. Still decent movies though. For that matter, whats your take on "running zombies". I agree its creepier. I.e big momma in dawn of the dead coming at you. But really, running?
January 19, 2013
ZOMBI 2
By: Kim
I saw that movie 1 time and it was very GRAPHIC! I have never seen any like that! I gets my vote for sure.
February 16, 2013
Zombieland
By:
Zombieland is zombies.
March 1, 2013
oh man
By:
it's as if i'd written this list myself\, honorable mentions and infection films and all.
March 9, 2013
dawn of the dead
By: steven perry
yrs ago there was a theater that would only show this at midnight.me and friends must have went 15 or 20 times to see it.we even got to be friends with others that went.hey man\,[shoot it !! shoot it in the head !!]
March 10, 2013
6/10
By:
6 out of 10 is not bad\,
March 30, 2013
grace as HM?
By:
mind you not the greatest movies but a non cheeesy non crap movie with zombie baby????.............its feeding time!
April 15, 2013
lots of types
By: Angie
I do not much agree with your list\,but it is YOUR list\, that being said\, to all the people using the argument \"proper zombie movie\" should realize that \"zombies\" are mindless living beings under the control of another being i.e. voodoo. What we have come to call zombies in modern films didn't come to be until the Europeans got their hands on Dawn of the Dead and renamed it Zombi. By definition what we refer to as zombies these days are flesh eating ghouls as stated in Night of the Living Dead. Yes\, I am a geek. I too refer to ghouls as zombies just the same but it does make the argument invalid. Very few films use zombies in the \"proper\" sense like White Zombie or Serpent and the Rainbow. My personal favorite zombie film will always be Dawn of the Dead (1978). At the same time\, much as I love the Evil Dead films\, the only one that kind of qualifies as a zombie film is Army of Darkness because the others are just demon possession films. Ash gets possessed twice in Evil Dead 2 but gets better. Once a zombie always a zombie. P.S. I didn't much care for the remake of Evil Dead.
April 15, 2013
Evil Dead1/2? Not a Zombie Movie
By: T.L.
Probably my favorite horror films of all time just for nostalgia purposes\, but it's not a Zombie movie. It's a demon possession movie. None of the characters in the movie died and then came back. They all were possessed and then became demons.
April 16, 2013
Evil Dead
By: You are a retard.
Uhhhh. Evil Dead wasn't a zombie movie and Dead by Dawn was not a remake....it was completely a sequel....it just retold the events of the first movie in the first ten minutes because Raimi couldn't get the rights for showing footage from the first.
April 19, 2013
Re-Animator\, anyone?
By: Ted
I agree that Evil Dead 1 and 2 are not zombie films. ALSO\, why does nobody ever include Re-Animator on the best zombie movie lists? It is an incredible film and easily one of the best zombie movies. Another great one is I Walked with a Zombie\, and there's also the historically important White Zombie. Yes\, there were zombie movies before Romero.
April 20, 2013
Pontypool
By:
Pontypool is a post-modern playground of a movie about a unique \"virus\" that turns people into violent\, zombie-like mobs seeking to spread the word (literally). It is a zombie movie for those who don't like zombie movies\, and it is better than anything on this list. \"language is a virus\"--William S. Burroughs
April 27, 2013
almost perfect
By: Laurent
I completely agree that 28 days (and weeks) later should not be on this list since there's no zombies obeying the zombie rules in those movie, but Evil Dead should not be on the list either. there's no zombies, there's possessed people.

Now since the list include the best of all zombie movies that almost nobody knows, Dead Alive (Braindead), it deserves a 4.5 stars. Great list guys.
April 29, 2013
THANK U
By: Patrick Reed
More people need to realize although they're good films. The 28 films (days and weeks) are virus movies not zombie.
May 4, 2013
Although it's been said...
By: Sean William
I felt compelled to argue in favor of the 28 Days movies being classified as zombie movies. While the origin of the creatures is different from the traditional \"dead people emerging from their graves to feed on the flesh of humans\,\" many of the characteristics remain the same: Insatiable hunger for human flesh Unavoidable death from bite/blood contact Rapid reincarnation as flesheating monster The characteristics of the film also parallel those of other zombie movies: Constant fear of contact with the \"zombies\" Groups of people banding together to hide/fight/flee from the \"zombies\" Abundance of gore In many ways\, I find 28 Days/Weeks more frightening because it promotes the idea that this is all in the realm of possibility. I am in no way knocking this list\, though...awesome choices.
May 18, 2013
Zombie Novice
By: ally
While I am only new to the love of the zombie genre I find it really interesting to see debate over what a 'real' zombie is...

In Dawn of the Dead (2004) when they get bitten they get sick and then die and come back to life as the Zombie... but the bite is what makes them ill... so wouldn't that make it more of an infection film too? Just seem slightly hypocritical or maybe it just depends on how you look at it personally.

Since I've always been a huge fan of psychological films I prefer the idea of 'infection zombies.' I guess it comes back to the 'if it walks like a' debate but for me to be scared by a movie it has to have some form of realism and infection COULD happen, reanimated DEAD corpses- not so much.
May 19, 2013
zombies dont do that
By:
I dont get how people think 28 days or weeks later is a zombie movie. Zombies dont beat the hell out of u and dig ur eyes out with their thumbs (without eating them after).
June 7, 2013
Kinda down when I didn't see Resident Evil on the list
By: vert de tombe
I think that his list was pretty good\, but was pretty down when Resident Evil wasn't on there. I know that the movies have been bashed a lot but it still deserve some awesome credit\, for being a pretty good zombie flick lol.
June 15, 2013
the best thing
By:
The best part of resident evil is mila. Otherwise its crap. The first one being a possible pass of a movie.
July 30, 2013
The Invisible Invaders
By: THop
This movie scared the crap out of me\, of course I was only 8 years old when I saw it. I watched it awhile back and found it laughable comparing it to the Horror movies of today. Not exactly a Zombie movie but Aliens entering and reanimating dead bodies in order to be seen and heard.
August 11, 2013
Evil Dead 1 & 2
By: TheOldGorehound
The Evil Dead movies are BOTH possession AND zombies! In the first there's the girl who gets decapitated and her body falls on Ash squirming and clawing while her head still taunts him, possessed, sure, but definitely beyond the living. As well as the one who gets shot up, a LIVING human body wouldn't survive that! Then there's Ash's buddy on the couch at the end, whom dies, and then comes back to life for the finally, hence, undead. And you can't tell me the hag in the cellar from part 2 was holding her breathe under the dirt all that time, living, I think not, so, undead. Possessed by evil, sure, but definitely not alive! Ah, what a slippery slope this debate will always be! Zombies, gotta' love 'em!
August 25, 2013
Good...but
By: jon
The Battery need to be on this list. Best movies I've seen in years
September 6, 2013
Ummm
By: Alex
I'm not usually a stickler and a best zombie list is hard to do\, AND I appreciate your opinion+introducing me to a new prospect\, but this seemed to miss the point of zombies and not have a clear method of selection.
September 6, 2013
world war z
By:
i would put brad pitts world war z in there
September 8, 2013
My Recommendation
By: Mackenzie
Boy Eats Girl - it's cute and slapstick. Maybe not zombies by the definitions of some on here, but close enough for me to love it anyway!
September 11, 2013
Great List
By: Desmond
I would nominate, Children Shouldn't Play with Dead Things...(will never watch it again -scared me so bad..) AND that odd little picture Deadgirl...A clever use of a zombie picture to explore teen age boy into man theme. That movie will give you the creeps but it is very very taboo... so it is NOT for everyone. HAPPY to see Fido on the list...
September 13, 2013
agree with wwz
By:
World war z gets a mention for 2013s list. Good movie.
September 25, 2013
28 Days Later
By: The Girl
This is a pretty good list and I'm glad to find someone who agrees with me about 28 Days/Weeks Later. The fundamental aspect of a zombie is that it's a walking corpse, a reanimated dead person. So while both films are great, they are not zombie films.
October 3, 2013
stupid list
By: kingron
This list is stupid, no zombieland or children shouldnt play with dead things. Take his honorable mention and throw in night of the livign dead, zombieland and you have a better list than the main list.
October 8, 2013
Great list
By: Laurmy
Of course any horror/zombie aficionado's list will be different! But I think your list is great - mine would be pretty similar. I liked all of the movies you mentioned. There are too many to cut it down to such a short list!
October 18, 2013
What A Shitty List....
By: Ricky
Nothing more to be said.
October 26, 2013
night of the liveing dead
By: tom schmidt
I really love zombeas movies a lot and I love horror a lot so munch in the hole word . I love watching the walking dead to .
October 26, 2013
night of the liveing dead
By: tom schmidt
I really love zombeas movies a lot and I love horror a lot so munch in the hole word . I love watching the walking dead to .
January 12, 2014
Wrong....
By: Morley
Evil Dead...demons...not zombies. You might as well have included 28 Days later...
March 5, 2014
Not all should even be here
By: Brybarion
I think Day of the Dead stunk really bad. Night of the Living Dead is above all along with original Dawn of the Dead. I do like Resident Evil two also. Didn't really like the first one. I was excited to see it when it came out but disappointed when I kept seeing different color zombies.
March 8, 2014
Dead Alive?!
By: TaleWriter
I find it hard to take anyone serious when they add Dead Alive to any "Best Movies" list. I sometimes wonder if they watched the same movie that I did because it was one of the worst films ever. I would expect a movie like that to come from the studios of Troma.
April 8, 2014
Z
By: Norman Babbitt
I agree with the choices here, except I would include, Zombieland (the funniest zombie movie) & World War Z (the best zombie movie, ever).
May 12, 2014
your lists
By: hmm
Your lists suck and dont make sense. I read the top 100 horror of 2012 and cant comment there so ill comment here. You have movies like shaun of the dead and army of darkness in it. Are you dumb or do titles with the words dead or dark scare you immediately?
May 18, 2014
List
By: Mr. Cooper
Night of the Living Dead (1968) is the original and still the greatest zombie film ever made. No other film on the many lists presented here created and/or completely changed a genre like NOTLD. Every zombie movie made in the past 46 years owes its very existence to NOTLD. That fact alone makes NOTLD the greatest zombie film ever created. I have the privilege of living in the mecca of zombiedom, western Pennsylvania. I have spent many days in Evans City cemetery, walking the same paths as Johnny, Barbara, and the "first" zombie, the cemetery zombie. I've hugged the same tombstone that Barbara hugged after the murder of her brother, and driven my car past the chapel, down the twisting cemetery drive, and past the very tree Barbara crashes into. It is still a creepy and surreal experience. I've also strolled through Monroeville Mall on many occasions, sight of the second greatest zombie film ever made, the original "Dawn of the Dead". A trip to western PA. to visit the many original filming locations is a "must" for any "true" zombie fan.
May 22, 2014
The Dead??
By: Mauricio
I don't see The Dead on the list, that's one of the most realistic zombie movies that I've seen and I would think that others think the same because it's sequel is coming soon....
May 22, 2014
Auther
By: Ben 10
Personally I liked particularly Fido and Evil Dead. I watched yesterday an other movie in the same style. Book of the Dead: The Eschatrilogy. It was crazy !!! A fucking big story and zombies really terrifying. I share you the Best Buy link if you're interested :) http://www.bestbuy.com/site/book-of-the-dead-the-eschatrilogy-dvd/5114469.p?id=3182173&skuId=5114469
May 31, 2014
???
By:
Automaton Transfusion is a pretty good low budget zombie movie
June 18, 2014
???
By: Ruddalp
make some money
July 2, 2014
Revision Time
By: Steve Adkins
Sugar Hill (1974) deserves at least an honorable mention on this list. It is an AIP cheapie, but a least it isn't a carbon copy of Romero's work, and Don Pedro Colley's Baron Samedi alone is worth the price of admission. Sure would like to see Quentin Tarrantino remake thi s one...
August 16, 2014
Awesome
By: www.bttm.co.uk
A great list of titles, thanks for posting !
August 28, 2014
cool list but could be better
By: josh G
Your missing the resident evil saga that is a must have for any zombie fanatic also the older zombie films seem to be crapper compared to the up to date ones for example dawn of the dead (newer one) seems far better than the classic original
September 24, 2014
Terrible list
By: David James
No Nightmare City, I walked with a Zombie, City of the Living Dead, The Beyond, White Zombie, The Plague of the Zombies, need I go on? And you throw in Billy Connolly and Simon Pegg movies and then rub salt in the wounds by having them above Day of the Dead. Look, we're all entitled to our opinion but there comes a point where we tread a thin line, between someone trying to create a list with 'surprises' and someone who has no knowledge of horror. You sir

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