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Aaah! Zombies!! (2007)  

Finally, a film emerges with the courage to tell a zombie story from the perspective of the undead themselves. “Wasting Away” (aka “Aaaah! Zombies!!”) focuses sympathetically on a group of zombies just beginning to grasp the implications of their horrific new existence. Writer-director Matthew Kohnen’s comedic nightmare combines wit and absurdity in its novel approach to the zombie genre, revealing the suffering of a neglected monster minority.
The ABC’s of Death 2 (2014)

This comic horror anthology includes tales of a hitman’s botched plan, a boy whose grandfather sleeps under his bed and a jury comprised of zombies.  There are actually two great zombie shorts in this compilation.  Read our review HERE!
Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies (2012)

Not to be confused with the big-screen, vampire hunting mashup, this direct-to-video horror flick has the Great Emancipator battling to save the Union from an attacking horde of Confederate zombies.
All Cheerleaders Die (2013)

When a high school outsider joins the pep squad to carry out a vendetta, supernatural forces intervene — and a ghoulish battle of the sexes ensues.
American Zombie (2007)

As the walking dead fill the streets of Los Angeles, filmmakers John Solomon and Grace Lee turn their cameras on the misunderstood flesh-eaters, their fierce proponents, and their staunch opponents to offer a glimpse of just how society has changed in the wake of the zombie uprising.
Antisocial (2007)

Unbeknownst to five friends who’ve gathered for a New Year’s Eve house party, an epidemic has erupted outside, breeding chaos all over the planet.
Autumn (2009)

A horrible virus kills billions within minutes. The few survivors that are left have to deal with the shock of the apocalypse, and they have no idea that things are about to get much worse.
Awaken the Dead (2007)  
PLAY**(Available in the US and Canada)

Worlds collide when a murderer turned priest and a former prostitute find themselves trapped in a safe house while those outside succumb to a virus that’s transforming the city’s inhabitants into the living dead. Drawn to the house by a mysterious letter, the priest must now solve the missive’s riddle if he and his companion are to survive. Gary Kohn, Lindsey Morris, Nate Witty and Michael Robert Nyman co-star.
Battle: New York, Day 2 (2011)

Laura Sommers is hearing voices in her head and consults with a psychiatrist. The therapy is suddenly cut short when New York City is rocked by an alien invasion.
Beast Within (2008)

A group of friends partying in a remote mansion battle flesh-eating monsters and birds infected with a new strain of avian flu that turns its victims into zombies. Armed with flamethrowers, they barricade themselves inside.
Beneath the Surface (2007)

In writer-director Blake Reigle’s offbeat zombie tale, high school outcast Ethan (Kyle Stanley) sees his first chance at real love stolen from him when his dream girl, Kahlah (Dominique Croix), is killed by her scornful boyfriend (Brett Lawrence). Refusing to accept the loss, Ethan enlists the aid of his eccentric archaeologist neighbor (Gloria Grant) to find a way of bringing his beloved Kahlah back from the grave.
Beyond The Grave (2010)

In a devastated post-apocalyptic world where the rules of reality are transformed by magic and madness, a vengeful police officer searches for a possessed serial killer in a battle of the not so good versus absolute evil.
Black Death (2010) 

Sean Bean stars in this historically rooted horror-thriller as Ulric, a church-appointed knight in the age of the Bubonic Plague’s first wave who’s tasked with investigating rumors of a woman (Carice van Houten) who can bring the dead back to life. A young monk (Eddie Redmayne) named Osmund is aiding Ulric on his quest to root out the necromancer — and to determine whether or not she has ties to Satan.
Black Sheep (2006)

On a quiet New Zealand ranch, a genetic experiment has gone horribly wrong, transforming a calm flock of sheep into killers hungry for human blood in this outrageous comic gore-fest.
Those bitten become ravenous were-sheep. As the body count rises, a desperate handful of outnumbered survivors take a last stand against the ovine onslaught. Who will live, and who will be the next victim of the vicious killer sheep?
Black Swarm (2007)

Black Swarm is a 2007 Canadian suspense film directed by David Winning. Actor Robert Englund plays a mysterious beekeeper who has a secret to hide in the small town of Black Stone. Two words:  zombie bees.
Blade of the Phantom Master (2004)

In this anime, a nameless hero in command of a secret human weapon arises from the ashes of the fallen Jushin empire to defend the people from zombies, cannibals and beasts at the command of the evil dictator who destroyed their master. The lone remnant from a forgotten warrior class, he is the last of the legendary Amen Osa, the Phantom Masters of Jushin. To avenge his lost world, he intends to wield his human blade of justice.
Blood Creek (aka Town Creek) (2009)

According to a popular magazine, the 58th spookiest place in the world is the Ashbrooke Barn in the small town known as Blood Creek. Local legend states that if you perform a specific ritual in the barn and the old house up the road, you’ll see visions of Zeke Ashbrooke, a farmer who went mad and hung himself.
Bloodlust Zombies (2011)

A military weapons manufacturer creates a chemical weapon that causes victims to become blood-lusting killers. A lab accident causes the building to go into lock-down and the employees are trapped inside with the crazed killers.
Bong of the Dead (2011)

When hordes of flesh-eating zombies take over the world, two young stoner buddies inadvertently figure out a way to benefit from it by turning zombies’ brains into fertilizer for growing potent reefer.
Blubberella (2011)   
PLAY*(Available in the US and Canada)

In this gleefully low-rent action-comedy, hefty half-vampire Blubberella sets her always-ravenous sights on a Nazi leader who’s concocting a diabolical plan: to create an army of undead soldiers to help his Führer conquer the globe.
Bowery at Midnight (1942)

Bela Lugosi (the original Dracula) sheds his cape   and fangs for the garb of a respected university professor — by day, that is. At night, he’s a criminal kingpin who works at a soup kitchen as a cover (and where better to recruit desperate accomplices?). When his cohorts have done their service, Lugosi kills them — unaware that they’ll be reanimated into an army of zombies intent on payback!
Brain Dead (2007)

In this low-budget horror flick from director Kevin Tenney, a sleepy fishing port town is consumed with terror when a small crater crash-lands nearby and releases a slimy parasitic agent that transforms the residents into brain-eating zombies. Cornered in an abandoned fishing lodge, six strangers are forced to band together to stave off the blood-sucking monsters clawing   the walls outside. Joshua Benton and Sarah Grant Brendecke star.
Do not confuse this movie with “Brain Dead aka Dead Alive” by Peter Jackson.
Buck Wild (2014)

Craig’s hopes for an idyllic hunting trip with his buddies are dashed after hearing that his fiancé and best man-to-be have been cavorting behind his back. To make matters worse, a rapidly spreading Chupacabra virus is turning locals into the undead.
Bunks (2013)

Two troublemaking brothers posing as counselors at an island summer camp accidentally trigger a curse that brings a campfire zombie story to life.
Burying the Ex (2014)

After the domineering girlfriend of a nice guy dies in a freak accident, he finally meets his dream girl, but his dead ex turns life into a nightmare.  Directed by Joe Dante (Gremlins, The Howling).
The Cabin in the Woods (2012)

In this surprising spin on a classic horror setup, five friends arrive at a secluded cabin with clear instructions for their anticipated mountain getaway. But when the rigid rules are broken, punishment is swift — and everyone will pay
Celluloid Bloodbath (2012)

Hosts Happy the Zombie, actor Joe Zaso and scream queen Raine Brown introduce a deliciously terrifying selection of horror movie previews. You’ll also hear anecdotes from the people who make and star in the films.
Chanbara Beauty: The Movie – Vortex (2009)

In a chaotic future world teeming with zombies created by a mad scientist, feuding sisters Aya and Saki must set aside their differences and band together to save Japan from their new enemy and her enormous army of the undead.
This is the sequel to Ocharabara (2008).  This film is not as good as the first, but it does have alot of eye candy.
Cheezy Horror Trailers: Vol. 1 (2006)  

Want something a little lighter, but not lighter on the gore?  Buckets of blood and legions of undead are found in this collection of over-the-top trailers for some of the cheesiest horror flicks ever made. Among the low-budget (lowbrow) gems in the collection are trailers for Curse of the Undead, Doctor Jekyll and Sister Hyde, Inn of the Damned, Abby and Eaten Alive. Also included are Horrors of the Black Museum, Seizure, The Sinful Dead, The House on Haunted Hill, Dr. Phibes, The Children and more.
The Children (2008)

It’s a classic English Christmas in the countryside — snow on the ground, turkey in the oven, the laughter of frolicking children — until the fun and games take a dark and deadly turn. Is something in the woods spurring the kids to murder? And why are grown-ups always the last to notice when things go horribly awry? There are no easy answers in this nasty little horror flick, but you’ll never see Christmas the same way again.
You brought them into this world– they’re gonna take you out.  They’re pasty-faced, dead-eyed creatures that just want a dead-time story…
Children of the Corn IV: The Gathering (1996)

In this latest and most terrifying chapter of the   successful horror series based on Stephen King’s chilling tale, the children of a small Midwestern town are once again transformed overnight into   possessed murderers. It is up to a young medical student named Grace Rhodes (Naomi Watts) to save her affected sister and her cornfield-surrounded neighbors from being violently besieged by the evil band of child zombies.
Clannad (2007)

Eschewing dragons, zombies and time travel, this anime series instead follows the life of a maladjusted high school student, Tomoya. When Tomoya makes a new female friend, Nagisa, the two decide to re-establish their school’s drama club.
Chillerama (2011)

It’s the closing night at the last drive-in theater in America and Cecil B. Kaufman has planned the ultimate marathon of lost film prints to unleash upon his faithful cinephile patrons. Four films so rare that they have never been exhibited publicly on American soil until this very night! With titles like Wadzilla, I Was A Teenage Werebear, The Diary of Anne Frankenstein, and Zom-B-Movie, Chillerama not only celebrates the golden age of drive-in B   horror shlock but also spans over four decades of cinema with something for every bad taste.
A Christmas Horror Story (2015)

This anthology features a quartet of holiday-themed horror tales, including Santa battling zombie elves and demonic Krampus stalking a naughty family.
Cockneys vs. Zombies (2012)

In an attempt to save their granddad’s old age home, slacker Cockneys Terry and Andy team up with three friends to rob a bank. But their caper goes awry when they run afoul of a horde of hungry zombies, who then do battle with the feisty pensioners.
The Coed and the Zombie Stoner (2014)

A college is overrun by the undead when a sorority girl falls for a zombie. The unlikely pair soon find the solution lies in a huge amount of weed.
Colin (2008)

Bitten by a ravenous zombie, Colin (Alastair Kirton) slowly adjusts to his freaky new existence as part of the living dead. While trekking across London, this antihero mingles with fellow flesh-eaters, hunts down human survivors and battles gun-toting enemies. An impressive debut feature by director Marc Price, this micro-budget horror movie also stars Daisy Aitkens, Kate Alderman and Leanne Pammen.


Corpse Princess (屍姫 Shikabane Hime) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yoshiichi Akahito. Premiering in Monthly Shōnen Gangan on April 12, 2005, the series centers around the “Corpse Princess” Makina Hoshimura, an undead girl who is hunting down 108 undead corpses in order to gain entry into heaven with the help of a secret society of anti-corpse Buddhist monks.
Dark Forest of Death (2006)
After they travel into the woods on a forbidden mountain, four campers find themselves stranded in a creepy, remote locale with no cell phone service or help of any kind. It’s soon clear that something menacing lurks amidst the trees.
Day of the Dead (2008)
The third chapter in writer-director George Romero’s zombie saga finds scientists and soldiers hiding in a bunker to escape a world overrun by the undead. The two groups butt heads, but infighting takes a backseat when zombies invade the facility.
Day of the Dead (2008)
Steve Miner (Friday the 13th Part 2) directs this remake of George A. Romero’s classic zombie flick Day of the Dead, in which a mysterious disease causes the newly dead to come back to life and threaten the living. Meanwhile, military and scientific experts clash as they try to arrive at a solution. Miner and writer Jeffrey Reddick honor the story and social relevance of the first film but put a fresh spin on this tale of horror and intrigue.  
Nevertheless, a far inferior movie to the original.
Days of Darkness (2007)  
The world watches as a comet looms over the earth for days. The masses were told there is nothing to worry about. It was a lie!
An eclectic group of survivors huddle together and battle for their only chance to survive against the uprising of the undead while trying to save the fate of mankind.
Dead and Buried (1981)
For years, the coastal town of Potters Bluff has harbored a dark secret. It seems that a number of strangers who have crossed through Potters Bluff have been brutally murdered, only to turn up in town as locals after being killed. Sure that there must be some explanation, the sheriff and the town mortician try to uncover the mystery and find something more shocking than they could have imagined. James Farentino and Melody Anderson star.
Dead and Deader (2006)   
After he’s bitten by a scorpion carrying a zombie virus, a tough soldier survives the infection, becoming only half zombie. Once back in the US, he finds himself fighting his former comrades in arms, all of whom are turning into zombies!
Dead Before Dawn (2013)   
A horde of zombie demons, or zemons, is unleashed on the world after college kids unwittingly create an evil curse. This curse causes everyone whom they make eye contact with to turn into zemons. Now, they only have 24 hours to reverse the curse.
DeadGirl (2008)
After skipping school and breaking into the boiler room of a deserted mental hospital, buddies Rickie (Shiloh Fernandez) and JT (Noah Segan) make a shocking discovery: the plastic-covered naked body of a woman lying on a gurney. When they realize that the woman may be alive, JT shocks Rickie by suggesting they take advantage of her. But all is not as it seems in this dark thriller: The door to the boiler room had been rusted shut for years.
Not your standard “zombie” movie.  This is a gritty disturbing movie, so be warned.  One that is highly recommended, though not for everyone.
The Dead Hate the Living! (2000)  
When a renegade band of young filmmakers break into an abandoned hospital to make their horror epic, they stumble upon a real dead body and decide to use it in their movie. They accidentally bring it back to life, open a portal to a dead world that releases dozens of other zombies, then struggle for their lives in a desperate attempt to flee from the creatures who apparently have them hopelessly trapped in the hospital.
Dead Heat (1988)
At a suspect laboratory, two cops uncover a high-tech “resurrection room” that recycles criminals — and makes them virtually indestructible. The cops take a fall but get a new lease on life as zombies bent on bringing the perpetrators to justice.
DeadHeads (2011)
Undead slackers Mike and Brent are reborn as part of a major zombie outbreak in this gore-happy comedy that also serves as a love story. While searching for Mike’s missing fiancée, the two monster pals find themselves quarry for bounty hunters.
Superb Rom-Zom-Com!
Dead Heist (2007)
Four petty crooks get a tip on a small-town bank job worth millions. Their plan is perfect and every detail is in place, but as the job unfolds, they discover that this little town is overrun with bloodsucking monsters. Trapped inside the bank, the robbers fight to stay alive against the onslaught of mutants hungry for human flesh. E-40, DJ Naylor, Bone Crusher and Big Daddy Kane star.
Dead Season (2012)
When a worldwide viral outbreak leads to a plague of zombies scouring the earth for the living, two survivors flee the chaos of America to a remote island, hoping for a chance to start a new life. What they find is unrelenting horror.
Dead Set (2008)
(TV Mini-Series)
While the housemates in the Big Brother house remain oblivious, fast-moving hordes of the undead decimate the studio compound.
Dead Snow (2009)
A ski vacation turns horrific for a group of medical students, as they find themselves confronted by an unimaginable menace: Nazi zombies.
Can’t decide?  Watch this one!  It’s a bloody good time!  Subtitles shmubtitles– as I mentioned to my buddy, “AAAAAAAAAAAHHHH!!” is spelled the same in English and Norwegian.
Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead (2014)
After medical student Martin escapes from Nazi zombies, he finds himself charged with murdering his friends. But now he’s got more important things to worry about: gathering an army to face off against the bloodthirsty, undead battalion.
The Dead Outside (2008)  
A neurological pandemic has consumed the population. Drug-resistance has mutated the virus into a ravaging psychological plague, rendering the   ‘the dying’ desperate, paranoid and violent. Two survivors come together on an isolated farmhouse in desperate circumstances- April, a young mysterious girl with a dark past has survived alone for months, and Daniel, a man desperate and bereaved, clings desperately onto hope in the outside world. When a mysterious stranger turns up, they are confronted with a new enemy even deadlier than the one beyond the perimeter.
Dead Space: Aftermath (2011)  
Christopher Judge, Peter Woodward, Ricardo Chavira and Gwendoline Yeofour lend voices to this epic animated feature centered on survivors of the O’Bannon, which has lost contact with Earth in the year 2509.
Dead Space: Downfall (2008)  
A group of space miners uncovers evidence of humankind’s creators, then unwittingly releases a violent alien race from within a faraway planet. Now, it’s up to a special space crew to stop the evil beings from wreaking havoc on the human race.
Dead Within (2014)  
While a global plague is decimating nearly all of the world’s population, one couple survives by taking refuge in an isolated cabin. But as their food supply dwindles, they realize they must confront whatever awaits outside.
Deadliest Warrior: Season 3 (2011)  
Vampires face off against zombies in Season 3 of this Spike series that explores which real and imagined warriors would win in a fight to the death. Other contenders include Genghis Khan, Lawrence of Arabia and Joan of Arc.
Deadtime Stories: Vol. 2 (2011)
Legendary horror movie auteur George A. Romero serves up three tales of horror, including the story of a professor who pays for his playboy ways, another featuring hikers trapped in a cave and the third about a man driven to murder to save his wife.
The Dead Undead (2010)   
Fleeing a horde of zombies, a group of people stumble upon a vampire community and fear all hope is lost. But the vampires take the defenseless humans under their wing, and an all-out war between vampires and zombies begins.
The Dead Want Women (2012)
At a stylish mansion in the roaring 1920s, a socialite, flappers and the men who love them meet their ultimate demise. Now, their ghosts have come back to haunt the mansion and chase after a new generation of beautiful girls.
Death Valley: The Revenge of Bloody Bill (2004)  
When a group of college kids stumble upon a small abandoned town of Sunset Valley, they must fight a band of Zombies led by a soldier seeking retribution for his grisly execution.
Deathdream (1974)  
When a married couple (John Marley and Lynn Carlin) receives the news that their son (Richard Backus) died in the line of duty during the Vietnam War, they’re overcome with grief. So, when they’re told soon after that a mistake was made and their son is on his way home, they’re flooded with relief — until they see him and realize he’s not quite the same. In fact, he seems more dead than alive.
Devil’s Kiss (1974)
On a quest to avenge her husband’s death, raven-haired psychic Claire Grandier — once a well-heeled countess — joins forces with a telepathic professor, a chrome-domed zombie and Satan himself.
Devil’s Playground (2010)
When an experimental drug turns 30,000 test subjects into zombies, ex-mercenary Cole seeks the one unaffected woman, hoping she’s the key to a cure. As the contagion expands, Cole becomes infected himself, and the hunt becomes personal.
A couple of “Where the hell did that working motorcycle come from “ incidents but all in all, a fun watch.  Think “Hardcore Parkour Zombies.”  28 Days Later munchers has nothing on these creatures!!!
Diary of the Dead  (2007)   
George A. Romero Directed.
While filming a low-budget horror film, Jason (Joshua Close) and his film school friends hear news reports of zombie sightings. As the living dead close in on the film crew, Jason seizes the opportunity to add real blood and guts to his movie. Meanwhile the American government promises to stop the violent uprising, but the relentless zombies gain an advantage by wiping out   all forms of communication with the outside world.
DIEner (2011)
Slaying strangers in a lonesome country diner becomes hazardous duty for a roving serial killer after his first victims come back to life as zombies who are eager to make a meal of him and his next intended targets. Josh Grote plays the friendly and engaging murderer, Ken, in a well-crafted indie gore fest that extracts new laughs from classic genre stereotypes — including a bumbling country sheriff (Larry Purtrell) who wanders into the mayhem.
Doc of the Dead (2014)
This ghoulish documentary looks into the cinematic origins of the zombie movie genre and the shifts in mainstream taste fueling its global popularity. George A. Romero is one of many directors who discuss the boundless expressions of zombie culture.
Doctor Blood’s Coffin (1961)  
People are mysteriously disappearing near a remote Cornish village, where a scientist is experimenting with reviving the dead.
Doghouse (2009)
Six guys hell-bent on having a raucous weekend away from wives and lovers arrive in the town of Moodley. But something’s odd about this quaint hamlet. Where are the men? And why do all the women look like they’re thirsting for blood? The poor blokes soon discover that half the population   has been wiped out by the same virus-infected, man-hating cannibals terrorizing them. Stephen Graham, Danny Dyer, Noel Clarke and Lee Ingleby   star.
Doomsday (2008)  
When a deadly viral epidemic breaks out in present-day Britain, killing hundreds of thousands of people, the government quarantines the infected behind a walled city — only to be confronted with a resurgence of the disease 30 years in the future. In the vein of Mad Max and 28 Days Later, this morality tale veiled as a sci-fi hypothetical features enough action, combat and suspense to keep audiences wondering, “What if?”
Doomsday Book (2012)  
In these three stories about the terrifying near future, a lonely zombie reflects on his condition, a robot shows that he can teach humans about the soul and a young girl regrets an unusual Internet purchase that may bring about the end of the world.
The Dungeonmaster (1984)
The evil wizard Mestema (Richard Moll) has waited centuries for the perfect opponent. He finally finds him in nerdy programmer Paul (Jeffrey Byron) — an otherwise regular guy with an unusually close bond to his sentient computer — whom he challenges to a series of trials. Testing Paul’s physical strength and mental acuity, Mestema forces him to battle monsters, zombies and more to save his soul and that of his girlfriend, Gwen (Leslie Wing).
Dylan Dog: Dead of Night  (2011)  
The adventures of supernatural private eye, Dylan Dog, who seeks out the monsters of the Louisiana bayou in his signature red shirt, black jacket, and blue jeans.
El Santos vs. La Tetona Mendoza
Depressed over his breakup with sexy wrestler La Tetona Mendoza, washed-up fighter El Santos starts a business that exploits a recent zombie invasion.
The Evil Dead (1981)
During an unplanned stop at a remote cabin deep within the woods, a group of teens falls prey to a mysterious supernatural force. As his pals become possessed and turn into flesh-eating zombies, Ash Williams tries to keep his cool and save his skin.
If you want to argue that this is not a zombie movie, then don’t watch it.  If you want to watch a movie that will stick with you long after you’ve watched it, then watch it.  ‘Nuff said.
Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn (1987)
Stranded in a cabin in the woods, Ash (Bruce Campbell) and his girlfriend accidentally invoke a spell that causes the Evil Dead to rise and kill! As a lone man pitted against hordes of walking corpses, can Ash survive until the safety of sunrise? Thanks to director Sam Raimi’s whip-crack direction and Campbell’s comedic skills, this cult horror classic produces an improbable blend of hair-raising fear and gales of laughter.
Extinction (2011)
A retrovirus able to crossbreed the genes of plants, animals and humans is accidentally released, creating a world of horrific mutations. In just two days, most of humankind is dead, and the rest are turned into hideous, murderous mutations.
Exit Humanity (2011)
A decade after the Civil War, Edward Young returns home from a hunting trip to find that his son is missing and his wife has become a zombie. Edward sets out to find his son among the hordes of the walking dead and documents his story in a book.
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  1. You guys forgot Dead & Breakfast, and Undead! Neither of them are Oscar winners, but both are very entertaining

    • Hi Jen. Are these 2 movies available for Instant Streaming? I know Netflix still does DVD deliveries in the States. I checked myself, and could not find either Dead & Breakfast, and Undead.

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