Best Zombie Movies

Best zombie movie

If you are looking for the best zombie movies available, I saved you the trouble of tracking. The following five films are as good as it gets, no matter if the undead are offered on beer or sprinting. Before you can call a true fan of zombie movies, you have to see everyone.

Dawn of the Dead (1978) – According to the poster: “When there is no more room in hell, the dead walk the earth” And that’s exactly what happens (well, except maybe for the part of hell.) the dead rise and begin to panic and infection in the population is still breathing. Before long, the company is willing to break down, and a group of survivors offsuit (of which Ken Foree, Gaylen Ross, David Emge and Scott Reiniger) seek refuge in a mall abandoned all but the undead. George A. Romero has said that throwing a lot of social to go with all the bloodshed comments, and the battle between our heroes and a band of marauding bikers is one of the highlights of the film. Although there may have started the genre, Dawn of the Dead has undoubtedly had a major impact on every zombie movie that followed. And unlike many other films shambling corpses, Dawn also brought praise from influential critics as Roger Ebert.

Dawn of the Dead (2004) – Zack Snyder directed this remake of Romero, and once again a group of desperate survivors are trapped in a mall outside of hungry zombies. But this time, the zombies can run, which makes them far more lethal than the slow corpses in the original version. The soundtrack adds to the ambiance much of the film, and the cast is full of recognizable names like Ving Rhames, Sarah Polley, Mekhi Phifer and Jake Weber. Also keep an eye out for cameos from the original cast members Ken Foree, Tom Savini, and Scott Reiniger.

Shaun of the Dead (2004) – Combine a zombie movie with a British comedy, and get this hilarious film by director Edgar Wright. Simon Pegg plays Shaun, a lovable loser who has just been dumped by his girlfriend, Liz (Kate Ashfield). But when the Zombie Apocalypse hits him and chubby friend Ed (Nick Frost) must mount a rescue effort and extravagant fellow Liz (Lucy Davis and Dylan Moran). Try to see all the subtle homages to previous zombie movies, and enjoy a solid performance in support of Bill Nighy and Penelope Wilton. If you only see a romantic zombie comedy this year, Shaun of the Dead must be the only one.

28 Weeks Later (2002) – Danny Boyle is a versatile director and Oscar winner, who worked in comedies, thrillers, dramas, movies and even science fiction. But this time, reveals England beat story with zombies and bicycle messenger (Cillian Murphy) who wakes from a coma to find the world has suddenly gone mad. A debate that creatures are not really zombies because they are actually infected by something known as the “rabies.” Personally I do not care, as they certainly seem sufficient to me nearby zombies. The score by John Murphy adds an appropriate level of fear, and good performance is complete with towers Murphy Naomie Harris, Brendan Gleeson, and Christopher Eccleston. A successful sequel, 28 Weeks Later, follow five years later.

Return of the Living Dead (1985) – Freddy (Thom Mathews) is the newest employee in a warehouse of medical supplies Kentucky. In an effort to impress the young foreman Frank (James Karen) shown in the basement sealed containers containing human cadavers. According to Frank, the events of the night of the living dead were real, and the reanimated corpses were sent to the store by mistake. Of course, the two clumsy boy accidentally pulled out the contents, and before long, the unstoppable zombies are out of control. This does not sit well with his boss (Clu Gulager), punk rocker Freddy and friends soon find themselves under attack while waiting for him to get off work. With a clever script, lots of unique characters and favorite type Linnea Quigley as a punk with a fetish for old (and topless), The Return of the Living Dead still ranks as one of the most entertaining zombie movies ever has done

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