A huge crowds flocks to a large, isolated building and shuffles quietly into a dark room, drooling at the scent of warm… popcorn. The movie’s a hit! Zombie movies were once pretty niche, but over the last decade or so, undead monsters have gone mainstream. Here are 10 movies, including “28 Days Later,” that turned the living dead into cold, hard cash.
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Not all zombies are created equal. From shambling, slow-moving corpses to insectoid alien parasites, the living dead have taken myriad forms while attacking humanity. Here are seven movies, from “Dead Alive” to “World War Z” that offer truly terrifying takes on a zombie apocalypse.
Movies love a good end-of-the-world scenario, whether it’s natural disaster, divine retribution or nuclear war. The classic zombie scenario has got to be the most compelling of all. When the undead do take over, try not to forget these tried-and-true rules for staying alive.
Great Britain has a long history of horror movies, but great British zombie films are harder to come by. That said, we’ve dug up this list of Britain’s best movies about the undead — from “28 Days Later” to “Shaun of the Dead.”
America likes to think of itself as the leader in zombie films and rightly so. But other parts of the world have also had the occasional misfortune to be overrun by brainless brain-eating undead, and so here are ten noteworthy movies, including “28 Days Later,” “Shaun of the Dead,” and “Zombie,” from other countries.
From crime capers to modern (and classic) romances, there’s something about the way the Brits make movies that make us perfectly happy to brew a cup of tea and browse real estate listings in London. Here are 10 of our favorites… 1. 28 Days Later Well before The Walking Dead revitalized the festering corpse of…
This week, we’re featuring three genre-bending films determined to confound and stupify even as they make you laugh and cry. The one thing they have in common: all turn convention on its head in the name of telling a deeply personal story about human relationships.