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.
NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD
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.
Nothing is better than getting loaded on sugar and watching horror classics like Psycho, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and Evil Dead on Halloween.
Whether you call them The Undead, The Living Dead, Ghouls or simply Walkers. Zombies have emerged as a vital pop culture phenomenon — sometimes literally gnawing their way into our hearts. Check out this infographic timeline detailing zombies in pop culture.
What makes a movie a midnight movie? Usually it’s a deft combination of outrageousness and outsiderness that gives cinematic outcasts a second life after dark. Here are our 10 favorite midnight movies, including “Rock Horror Picture Show” and “Donnie Darko.”
The world of film is changing. For one thing, there’s not much actual film anymore. The future is digital; more and more, it’s streaming on our computers, too. Every week in FYIVOD, we survey the landscape online movies to bring you a snapshot of what’s available. This week, we’re looking at claustrophobic horror movies. Don’t go in there! And definitely don’t close that door! And whatever you do, don’t turn on that light!!
THIS WEEK’S THEME: Claustrophobic Horror