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60 Best Zombie Movies

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#1 by valerie » Mon Nov 30, 2020 10:22

I decided to go on a Zombie movie adventure......well, sort of.
Many of the movies listed I have already watched but I noticed there are many I have not.

The other night I watched number 1 and last night I watched number 3.

Today I decided to look up the best Zombie movie list and that is where I located:
60 best zombie movies of all time | Entertainment | richmond.com

Both number 1 and 3 including many others, I had already watched more than once.
But hey, they are fun to watch (just turn your head when they show gory stuff).
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#2 by Darkstar2 » Mon Nov 30, 2020 11:22

valerie wrote: I decided to go on a Zombie movie adventure......well, sort of.

Wow, you are on a roll :lol: How appropriate and fitting considering this pandemic and the results of the election :mrgreen:

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Today I decided to look up the best Zombie movie list and that is where I located:
60 best zombie movies of all time | Entertainment | richmond.com

Both number 1 and 3 including many others, I had already watched more than once.
But hey, they are fun to watch (just turn your head when they show gory stuff).

Kinda defeats the purpose of watching Zombie movies :P Better yet, not watch them for sensitive minds, many of those movies are now reality, we are smack in the middle of a Zombie Apocalypse.

I think I have seen only maybe 1 or 2 from the list :D I'm pretty sure I saw Dawn of the dead, and it certainly wasn't a 7.4 worthy rating on IMDB, as far as the gore, well it can't be worse than real life and the virus eating people from the inside out.
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#3 by KovaCFK » Mon Nov 30, 2020 11:46

Shock Waves underrated....So retro!
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#4 by valerie » Mon Nov 30, 2020 12:44

Darkstar2, you are missing some very good movies. haha!

Train to Busain is really good and good acting.

Shaun of the Dead is hilarious.

It's cold and snowing here today so I cooked beans and cornbread.
Nothing better than to wrap up in a blanket on the sofa, eat, and watch a zombie movie! :mrgreen:

PS. 28 Days is good too
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#5 by Darkstar2 » Mon Nov 30, 2020 13:19

valerie wrote: Darkstar2, you are missing some very good movies. haha!

Well tell me, where do I watch them then ? Are they streaming anywhere ?

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It's cold and snowing here today so I cooked beans and cornbread.
Nothing better than to wrap up in a blanket on the sofa, eat, and watch a zombie movie! :mrgreen:

Yeah nothing better than to get a glimpse of what we will all become pretty soon. Snowing already ? Hmm no snow here, just rain and mild weather with a 90% chance of COVID19 :P

I think a lot of movie writers will get inspired by 2020 to write movies........... If you watched Stephen King's The Stand, it is quite similar to what we are going through, only in The Stand the pandemic started in the US and no bats were involved :D

What if there was a virus somewhere being developed in a lab, that basically brought dead bodies to life, but instead of your soul operating the body it would be the virus itself, I mean we have technology now to clone humans, create viruses (ask China!), create AI, etc, so imagine an engineered virus that literally transforms dead corpses into zombies, should I start writing movies ? :lol: the concept is not new though, but I think a lot of what we see in those horror movies are manifesting right now to some degree, and eventually I think we will start seeing movies inspired by the new coronavirus - already they started incorporating COVID19 storylines in existing and new TV dramas, etc.

and now the world was subject to bad news - the Zombie apocalypse will be extended possibly for a few more years - as the world health organisation (puppets to China) has said that even with a successful vaccine, people will still have to wear a mask and keep distance for quite a very long time, and it could be a new normal, and eventually we might all be walking with hazmat suits too who knows, so the Zombie Apocalypse is here, we ARE living in a horror situation, minus the gore part you see in films - but what if COVID19 mutated into a new super duper virus that bored holes in your skin and flipped your insides outward.

BTW I found Trump's speech HILARIOUS could not stop laughing, didn't know Trump was a comedian, when he said I caught COVID19 it wasn't my fault, I thought it was COVID21, that was BRILLIANT - it's nice to see Trump with a sense of humour, good one though, clever, twisted, dark humour :lol:
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#6 by tasman1 » Mon Nov 30, 2020 14:09

Zombie movies are good , fun , comedy , movies for relaxation , for whole family

Humans movies are horror , scary , real , not recommended , only for zombies who like to be scared to dead
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#7 by valerie » Mon Nov 30, 2020 14:35

I watch zombie movies on Amazon Prime.

If you have never watched the 1968 number 1 zombie movie 'Night of the Living Dead',
watch it. Amazon prime has the color version.

People like myself, understand that movie more so than most because we grew up in that era.
In 1968, I was 12 years old. It was the Vietnam War era. Martin Luther King assassination.
Seriel killing of student nurses in Chicago. Busing. Black Panthers. Woodstock. Racism.
Jimi Hendrix. Janis Joplin.

The 'Night of the Living Dead' really had a lot of what was going on in our country, in the movie
and a lot of what was not going on in our country, in the movie. The movie cost a tad over
$100,000 to make. Very low budget. The plot was remarkable. Casting a black man as the
star, was also remarkable. The movie has gone down in history as one of the top horror films
of all time. The movie is in museums. Altho the actors were unknowns, dialogue was easy
to understand and the people were relatable. The clincher was the ending.
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#8 by Nikorj » Mon Nov 30, 2020 15:55

Hoorayyy!!, My favorite topic.

My favorite modern!! zombie movies are :

Shaun of the dead
Rammbock (Also known as Berlin undead)
The dead don't die
Fido (It's pretty damn funny) :lol: :lol:
Dawn of the dead (2004)
28 days later
Train to Busan.
Colin (seen from a zombie's perspective) Low budget but different!!
Dead snow 1+2 (Norwegian gore, Heavily inspired by Shock waves from 1977)
Contracted 1+2 (Pretty disturbing)
The battery
The dead 1+2
Covid-19 (Nah!! just kidding, Or am i??)
Alone (2020)
Maggie (A zombie movie that almost manages not to be scary, Just sad instead)
Cooties (It will be a while before you buy chicken nuggets again, Gross) :lol:
REC (Spanish horror)



The older ones:

Day of the dead (1985)
The original Night of the living dead from 1968 (Only Black and white works)
Night of the living dead (1990) Not a bad remake
Cemetery Man
Dawn of the dead (1978)
Shock Waves (1977)
Brain dead (Also known as dead alive)
Return of the living dead
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#9 by valerie » Mon Nov 30, 2020 17:31

Well Nik, I would guess that probably in the not so distant future, they'll make a
zombie movie with the 'covid-19' in the title. Perhaps they'll call it 'covid-100' or
some such as that.
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#10 by Darkstar2 » Mon Nov 30, 2020 17:46

valerie wrote: Well Nik, I would guess that probably in the not so distant future, they'll make a
zombie movie with the 'covid-19' in the title. Perhaps they'll call it 'covid-100' or
some such as that.

Corpsvid-19

:P
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#11 by tasman1 » Mon Nov 30, 2020 17:56

Darkstar2 wrote:
valerie wrote: Well Nik, I would guess that probably in the not so distant future, they'll make a
zombie movie with the 'covid-19' in the title. Perhaps they'll call it 'covid-100' or
some such as that.

Corpsvid-19

:P



Chronicle of CovidMan
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#12 by Darkstar2 » Mon Nov 30, 2020 18:38

tasman1 wrote:
Darkstar2 wrote:
valerie wrote: Well Nik, I would guess that probably in the not so distant future, they'll make a
zombie movie with the 'covid-19' in the title. Perhaps they'll call it 'covid-100' or
some such as that.

Corpsvid-19

:P



Chronicle of CovidMan

That sounds like something Michael Moore would create :P
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#13 by Nikorj » Tue Dec 01, 2020 02:03

Darkstar2 wrote:
tasman1 wrote:
Darkstar2 wrote:
valerie wrote: Well Nik, I would guess that probably in the not so distant future, they'll make a
zombie movie with the 'covid-19' in the title. Perhaps they'll call it 'covid-100' or
some such as that.

Corpsvid-19

:P



Chronicle of CovidMan

That sounds like something Michael Moore would create :P

:lol: :lol:

About how zombies in the year 2050 are being suppressed by the wealthy establishment in the US (something along those lines)
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#14 by pardeeep143 » Tue Dec 01, 2020 03:35

i like zombies movies a lot .i hope this zombies will not reality soon :lol: :lol: :lol:
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#15 by tasman1 » Tue Dec 01, 2020 11:45

pardeeep143 wrote: i like zombies movies a lot .i hope this zombies will not reality soon :lol: :lol: :lol:





Why not ? what is wrong if we become zombie ? it will be next step in evolution
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#16 by valerie » Tue Dec 01, 2020 12:22

Covid-2020 The Zombie Pandemic

Covid-2021 The Zombie Pandemic Returns

Covid-2022 The Zombie Anti-Virus Does Not Work

2023 And the Best Picture Oscar goes to Mr Dry Blood for the movie 'How We Exterminated Living Humans'.
(Other movies nominate was 'We're Stiff and We Know It', 'Up Chuck The Gut', 'Love In the Morgue', and
'Zombie Vice Squad').
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#17 by tasman1 » Tue Dec 01, 2020 13:12

London , Coronavirus won Oscar for best food ingredient for zombies younger fresh looking skin
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