Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Best Zombie Flicks

I love George A. Romero’s Zombie flicks.  So for halloween if your looking for great Zombie flicks check these out…
Scary and Gruesome
  1. 61105192_landofthedead_800x445_0_-thumb-800x445-630 I like this version over the older one
  2. Night-of-the-Living-DeadBlack and white please!
  3. the-walking-dead-poster1 yes I know this is a tv show but it rocks!
  4. 28 Weeks Later-01The second one is much better than the first. Because the first one he spent the first hour yelling HELLO?? ugh
  5. images (1)Best comical zombie movie hands down.
  6. Resident_evil_ver4 This one is the best. The second one isn’t bad but as they go on…they are less zombie and more action.
  7. return_of_dead__1254427303_1234 Another original favorite
  8. images (2)The original is the best but the new one isn’t bad
  9. MV5BNDg5MjAxMjA2Nl5BMl5BanBnXkFtZTcwMjE1OTc1MQ@@._V1._SY317_ When u need a new zombie movie after you seen the rest.

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3 comments:

Ann Worthington said...

I friggin' LOVE Zombieland!!!

Texan Zombie Goddess said...

"28 Days/Weeks Later" have no zombies lol. They are all alive when they are infected with Rage, and no one killed ever comes back :). Just saying.

NurseNightmare said...

texan i read some more one it...depending on how you look at zombies...here goes quoted from internet movie data base:
"The idea of what constitutes a zombie has changed over the years through various forms of entertainment, including movies, TV shows, comic books, video games and more, and the definition is hotly debated among zombie fans. 28 Days Later director Danny Boyle and scriptwriter Alex Garland both feel that the first movie depicts zombies but in a unique way not seen before. As Boyle has stated, "I feel there was respect for the genre, but I hope that we freshened it up in some way" (Production notes, available here). 28 Days Later, and by extension, 28 Weeks Later, are action/horror films influenced by notions of both post-apocalypticism and zombie culture itself. "The Infected" are not the traditional 'zonbi' of Haitian folklore or the living-dead slaves of old Hollywood monster movies. Nor are they the George A. Romero-styled reanimated corpses that feed on uninfected flesh. But they are still mindless drones who act in numbers, rather than individually. They do not eat, speak, rationalize, form new ideas or even determine how they will make their next move, instead acting purely on base instincts. As such, the viewer is left to decide whether 28 Days Later and 28 Weeks Later are zombie films or not."