And to answer your inevitable question: “Yes, I have seen it. But I didn’t like it as much as any of these ten movies.”
10 – Maggie
A father and daughter struggle to come to terms with their dark destiny after she is bitten by a zombie. Surprisingly heartfelt.
9 – Pontypool
A small town radio host attempts to warn the public about a deadly virus being spread by the English language. A cerebral zombie movie courtesy of our good friend, director Bruce McDonald.
8 – Cargo
A family attempts to negotiate the Australian outback during a zombie pandemic. The focus is on the characters, but there are scares aplenty.
7 – Night of the Living Dead
The grand daddy of zombie movies delivers a social message that keeps it as relevant today as it was back in 1968.
6 – Army of Darkness
This atypical sequel in the Evil Dead series finds Ash battling the undead. Shop Smart! Shop S Mart!
5 – Dawn of the Dead (1978)
A terrific entry in George A. Romero’s series is a simultaneously a zombie movie and a critique of consumerism.
4 – 28 Weeks Later
The sequel to 28 Days Later sends in the troops to battle the out of control zombie horde.
3 – 28 Days Later
Unlike the leisurely, strolling zombies of yore, these zombie move FAST!
2 – REC
A reporter files a live report from the scene of a quarantined building under siege.
1 – Train to Busan
It’s Speed meets Night of the Living Dead as an express train leaves Seoul, bound for Busan, with some unwanted passengers onboard.