Recommend me some good Zombie films

T800

Novice Member
Dawn of the Dead (2004)
Shaun of the Dead
28 Days Later
I also enjoyed Resident Evil but many didn't.
 

pRot3us

Distinguished Member
Romero's quadrilogy
Shaun of The Dead
Return of The Living Dead
 

Soundwave

Distinguished Member
Stink of Flesh
Undead (Hillarious Ozzie movie)
Re-animator
Bride of Re-animator
Beyond Re-animator
Junk (Jap)
Stacy (Jap)
Versus (Jap)
Bio Zombie (Jap)
Nightmare City
Braindead
Dead & Breakfast
Zombie Honeymoon
Evil Dead
Evil Dead 2
Zombie Creeping Flesh
Zombie Lake

Think they should keep you busy for a while :)

Neil
 

lebel

Novice Member
evil dead 3......hilarious and a few zombies
 

Kevo

Well-known Member
Soundwave said:
Zombie Lake
:rotfl:
I was going to list this as a joke!

You are only joking...aren't you :confused:

I watched this in the early 80s when the video boom and 'vodeo nasties' was at it's peak and have to say even back then it was one of the worst films I have ever seen. French isn't it?
 

RPD_UK

Novice Member
I guess somebody has to stick up for the Resident Evil movies - flawed though they are.

As a big fan of the games i was maybe expecting too much - as they don't have the terror and 'feel' that Capcom injected into the games.

They are worth a look anyway though - and as long as you put your brain in neutral you might enjoy them !!

At least there are plenty of RE game references scattered throughout the films to spot - if you are a fan of the games that is.
 

Soundwave

Distinguished Member
Kevo said:
:rotfl:
I was going to list this as a joke!

You are only joking...aren't you :confused:

I watched this in the early 80s when the video boom and 'vodeo nasties' was at it's peak and have to say even back then it was one of the worst films I have ever seen. French isn't it?
Well TBH I havent seen it yet :oops: :oops:

It's in my pile to watch as I'd heard it was ok I just added to the list as I working on films off the top of my head while I was at work.

Guess it's one to strike from the list :D :D

Neil
 

darklight

Well-known Member
Apart from the obvious Romero Dead Films I'd go for,

The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue
 

raigraphixs

Distinguished Member
captaineyecatch said:
See my dvd collection in my sig - I've got loads of zombie flicks. You cant beat a good or even a bad zombie flick.
you can with a stick!



a little into the future but Herbert the Re-Animator is back;

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0804493/
 

Soundwave

Distinguished Member

CrazyHorse

Well-known Member
I really hope this new Re-Animator happens, especially with Bruce Abbott, Jeffrey Combs & Stuart Gordon back plus the addition of the great William H. Macy.

I read an interview with Macy recently and he seemed genuinely excited about it - he's just completed a film with Gordon which he seems to rate as one of the high points of his career and he was all for playing the president in the next Re-Animator film...they're just waiting for the money men to give them the green light.
 

CrazyHorse

Well-known Member
Oh and to the OP, I'd second "Return of the Living Dead"...just make sure you go for the R1 DVD for some great extras.
 

Will18

Standard Member

raigraphixs

Distinguished Member

spencer_uk

Active Member
I really enjoyed the recent "Land of the Dead" and remake of "Dawn of the Dead". Also "Shaun of the Dead" is very funny. Evil Dead trilogy is great (although not strictly speaking Zombies). Early Peter Jackson work of "Bad Taste" and "Braindead" are worth watching - if for something a little different to LOTR.
 

raigraphixs

Distinguished Member
spencer_uk said:
....Early Peter Jackson work of "Bad Taste" and "Braindead" are worth watching - if for something a little different to LOTR.
a little?, Braindead is way out there. Makes LOTR look like a fairytale.
 

pRot3us

Distinguished Member
Tejstar said:
Very much enjoyed the Dawn of the Dead remake, it's better than the original imo.
:rolleyes: :rolleyes:
 

Garrett

Moderator
Kevo said:
Plague of the Zombies
:smashin: One of Hammer cassics whith a bit more to it than Zombies going round eating everybody.
 

TankTopLover

Well-known Member
Tejstar said:
Very much enjoyed the Dawn of the Dead remake, it's better than the original imo.
In some ways,yes,it is better.But the original beats it hands down for the sheer scope of the horror.Alot of scenes are handled with so much more skill by romero,like the scene when the guy slowly turns into a zombie and the struggle to get the trucks out of the car park etc.

Watching the romero version now,it seems a little cheesy.But that is part of its charm,just like de palmas(and stones) Scarface,cheesy but very,very brilliant.
 

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