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Face of Marble (1946)
John Carradine stars as Dr. Charles Randolph, a scientist dedicated to deciphering the secrets of life and death. Aided by assistant David Cochran (Robert Shayne), Charles conducts experiments that have horrifying side effects. Charles’s lonely wife, Elaine (Claudia Drake), is frightened by his work, and in order to protect her, housekeeper Maria (Rosa Rey) unleashes a torrent of voodoo that wrecks havoc.
Fading of the Cries (2011)
Jacob, a young man armed with a deadly sword, saves Sarah, a teenage girl, from Mathias, a malevolent evil that has begun plaguing a small farmland town while in search of an ancient necklace that had belonged to Sarahs Uncle.
Jacob sets out to get Sarah home safely, running through streets, fields, churches and underground tunnels, while being pursued by hordes of demonic creatures. Along the way, both come to terms with the demons within themselves – Sarah begins to understand her hatred towards her mother and sister may be unjustified and Jacob discovers the secrets of his past, realizing the only way to truly defeat the demons is to return to the very place his family was murdered.
Fido (2006)
Director Andrew Currie’s imaginative horror-comedy follows the misadventures of typical boy-next-door Timmy Robinson (K’Sun Ray) and his very unusual pet — a loyal, lumbering zombie named Fido (Billy Connolly). Problems arise when Fido breaks loose and noshes on a neighbor. Timmy is suddenly forced into damage-control mode while he tries to persuade his parents (Carrie-Anne Moss and Dylan Baker) to keep Fido.
Flight of the Living Dead (2007)  
During a transatlanic flight, a corpse emerges from the cargo hold and lays waste to the passengers, turning them into zombies. A handful of travelers try to stop the ghoulish horde, but how do you fight the undead at 30,000 feet above the ocean? The living passengers get wildly creative in this wickedly funny, fabulously bloody gore fest written and directed by Scott Thomas and starring David Chisum, Kristen Kerr, Dale Midkiff and Sarah Laine.
We watched this, and loved it!!!   A couple of stumbles (especially the ending), all in all– a good time was had.
The Four (2012)
During the Song dynasty, four constables with special powers must do battle with a rival law enforcement agency, spies, a sinister villain and the undead to thwart a counterfeit currency plot that threatens to bring down the empire.
Frankenstein’s Army (2013)
As they push into Germany near the end of World War II, Russian troops discover that the Nazis have used the research of legendary scientist Victor Frankenstein to create monstrous new soldiers that are pieced together from body parts of the dead.
Gallowwalkers (2013)
After his nun mother makes an unholy deal to guarantee his survival, Aman (Wesley Snipes) grows up to become a mysterious and invincible gunman. But the deal includes a curse: Everyone Aman kills will come back to life in this zombie Western.  Due to Wesley Snipes legal issues, the release of this film was long delayed (it should have been out in 2009).
Gangs of the Dead (2007)
Two rival gangs get more than they bargained for when they arrive at an abandoned warehouse in Los Angeles. Instead of the weapons dealer they expected to meet, they’re greeted by … zombies! Now, the gangs must put aside their differences and work together if they hope to escape the bloodlust of the evil undead. This gory fright fest with an urban twist stars Enrique Almeida, Reggie Bannister and Stephen Basilone.
Germ Z (2013)
When a meteor knocks a satellite to Earth near a small town, military responders and residents are infected with a mysterious germ that turns them into cannibals. Now, to survive, the uninfected must find a way to stop the germ from spreading.
Ghost Fever (1987)
This campy comedy features zombies, vampires, a dancing mummy and the most rockin’ haunted house ever. Two bumbling cops, Buford (Sherman Hemsley) and Benny (Luis Avalos), are sent to investigate the home and evict the inhabitants — who turn out to be ghosts intent on staying put. As Buford and Benny blunder through the crumbling antebellum mansion, they have close encounters with two sexy specters and the unhappy spirit of a former slave owner.
Harold’s Going Stiff (2011)
Harold is suffering from a frightening new disease that is turning him into a zombie. After an experimental new treatment fails, Harold’s condition deteriorates and he ends up on the run from a group of violent vigilantes out for blood.
Helldriver (2010)
This no-holds-barred zombie thriller features outlandish special effects and a sarcastic attitude to go with the onscreen carnage. The plot focuses on a teenage girl’s attempts to dispatch her psychopathic cannibal mother and uncle.
Crazy over the top gore factor!
High School of the Dead (2010)
After a virus turns the teachers and pupils of Fujimi High School into zombies, a group of surviving students arm themselves with an arsenal of homemade weapons in a bid to survive the undead menace that soon sweeps across the globe.
Hood of Horror (2006)
Follow Snoop Dogg through three terrifying tales from the Hood of Horror, where your present actions determine your fate in the afterlife. The depraved denizens of this nefarious neighborhood can all look forward to a very unpleasant eternity.
The Horde (2009)
When four corrupt policemen invade a gangster’s hideout near Paris to avenge the death of their colleague, they quickly find themselves outmanned, outgunned and trapped. That is, until a legion of vicious zombies swarms through the building. Now, the cops, the crooks and the undead are swept up in a bloody three-way rampage. Yannick Dahan and Benjamin Rocher direct this gore-filled French thriller that stars Jo Prestia and Eriq Ebouaney.
House II: The Second Story (1987)
When Jesse inherits a mysterious family mansion, he’s intrigued by photos of his great-great-grandfather holding an ancient Aztec skull. A little digging unearths 170-year-old Gramps — alive — who warns Jesse that evil forces are after the skull.
House of the Dead (2003)   
On an island off the coast of Florida, a college rave party is in full swing. But the kids’ X-laced escapades are soon interrupted by zombies and monsters that attack them on the ground, from the air and in the sea. Seems the freaks are ruled by an ancient ghoul named Castillo, who once upon a time searched for a fountain of youth and eventually found it — but at a hideous price.
Directed by Uwe Boll (enough said).
House of the Dead 2 (2013)
A virus breaks out at a university and people start to become zombies. After 29 days, a team of AMS scientists and soldiers are sent in to deal with the problem. But while they search, things go wrong.
This is not directed by Uwe Boll.  And this is still not a good movie.
House of 1,000 Corpses (2003)
A group of couples stops for a gas fill-up when they happen upon Spaulding’s Museum of Monsters and Madmen. Initially intrigued to hear about Dr. Satan, the unsuspecting kids soon become a sick family’s source of torturous and murderous fun. Set in 1977 as a gory throwback to the blood-fests of the 1970s, writer-director Rob Zombie’s over-the-top horror flick stars Sid Haig.
This movie, by Rob Zombie, was a cult classic for years before it was even released– with no studio willing to release.  My zombie friends and I waited those years to see it.  Did it live up to our expectations?  Well, let’s just say– it lived up to the gore factor.  There were a number of awesome photographed scenes, showing Zombie’s flair for the dramatic, including an assassination that just goes on and on– awesome!  
Also, watch for Rainn Wilson (The Office) as a half-man half-reptile!
Horror Planet (1981)
Investigating a distant planet, a group of interstellar explorers stumbles across a bizarre alien with breeding on its mind. To that end, it assaults team member Sandy (Judy Geeson), leaving her pregnant. Now, driven by the voracious needs of her unborn “child,” Sandy develops an insatiable craving for her colleagues’ flesh. With a ferocity only a mother protecting her young could muster, Sandy cannibalizes her crew with bloody abandon.
I Am Omega (2007)
The last man on earth (Mark Dacasos) must battle the undead horde that rules Earth, in this low budget post-apocalyptic thriller that bears more than a passing resemblance to I AM LEGEND.
The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies!!? (1964)
At a Long Beach carnival a gypsy fortune teller hypnotizes her customers, throws acid in their faces, and turns them into caged zombies. Starring director Steckler as Cash Flagg, this Golden Turkey award winner was billed as the first monster musical ever made. Well-photographed in “Terrorama,” this is a must for “bad movie” buffs.
Infected (2013)
A relaxing outing in the countryside morphs into a nightmare when a blood-borne virus infects a group of hunters and breeds an army of bloodthirsty fiends with a compulsion to consume human flesh.
Starring Christy Romano, Michael Madsen, William Forsythe.
Infection (The Invasion Begins) (2010)  
When convicted killer Deke Evans (Bryan Brewer) returns home after serving his sentence, he discovers that his once-peaceful town is now the epicenter of a plague that’s morphing everyday citizens into flesh-hungry zombies. As Deke becomes a reluctant hero in the fight against the undead, a reporter sniffs out the truth that cryptic government agencies will do anything to hide. Howard Wexler directs this sci-fi thriller.
Invisible Invaders (1959)
Maj. Bruce Jay (John Agar) and his dedicated team of research scientists have the rather distasteful job of defeating invasion by a horde of invisible creatures from outer space capable of reanimating human corpses. The alien army of rotting walking dead begins methodically overtaking cities throughout the country. Can the team’s secret ultrasonic weapon turn the aliens visible and return the corpse soldiers to their graves?
I Sell the Dead (2008)  
As 19th-century grave robber Arthur Blake faces the guillotine, he confesses his sins to a priest, revealing a life filled with unearthly high jinks in this macabre comedy starring Dominic Monaghan as the doomed digger and Ron Perlman as the cleric.
It’s My Party and I’ll Die if I Want To (2007)
Some 70 years after Jacob Burkitt snapped and killed his entire family, thrill-seeking teens crash the allegedly haunted Burkitt Manor to give their friend Sara (Adrienne Fischer) a spooky surprise for her 18th birthday. But as the night drags on — and her friends start dying off, one by one — Sara begins to realize that an unspeakable evil is throwing her a killer party. Alicia Kenney and Oliver Lucach co-star.
iZombie – Season 1 – (2015)
Life’s great for young doctor Liv, until she’s turned into a zombie. Now she’s a brain-eating coroner with a nice knack for catching killers.
Johnny Sunshine (2008)
In a world overrun by zombies, drugs and violence, entertainment is hard to come by. Enter Johnny Sunshine (Shey Bland), the beautiful yet cold-blooded assassin whose zombie-killing exploits are the basis for the world’s most popular reality television show. When she discovers that her double-crossing producer has arranged to have her taken out, Johnny decides it’s time to take her world-famous murdering skills behind the scenes.
Kill Zombie! (2011)
When a Russian Space station crash lands on a city, a deadly virus spreads, turning the inhabitants into psychopathic flesh eaters. After spending the night safely locked up in a jail cell, two brothers and two crazy criminals emerge to find their hometown devastated, and at the centre of a zombie outbreak.
Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988)
An alien band of killer clowns descends from the cosmos to harvest scores of small-town victims, cocooning their prey in cotton candy to eat later. With the extraterrestrials disguised as simple circus workers, the authorities don’t suspect a thing. But the joke is on the clowns when two streetwise teens (Grant Cramer and Suzanne Snyder), armed with an ice cream truck, do battle to save their friends in this cult favorite.
These are not your friendly neighborhood walking dead– these are clowns.  From outer space.  Who want to eat you.  We have decided that eating people is a prerequisite for a zombie flick.  Any other-worldly, government created, supernatural people-eating-thing.
And beside, Clowns (especially those spelled with the letter “K”) scare the bejesus outta me!
King of the Zombies (1941)  
During World War 2, a small plane off the south coast of America is low on fuel and blown off course by a storm. Guided by a faint radio signal, they crashland on an island. The passenger, his manservant and the pilot take refuge in a mansion owned by a doctor. The easily-spooked manservant soon becomes convinced the mansion is haunted by zombies and ghosts. Exploring, the 3 find a voodoo ritual in the cellar, where the doctor is trying to acquire war intelligence by transferring personalities into his zombies. But the interruption causes the zombies to turn on their creator.
Land of the Dead (2005)
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Zombie king George A. Romero returns with a fourth gruesome tale of the walking dead — and this time, they’ve taken over the planet. Humans have lost the battle against the flesh eaters, and are barricaded in a walled city ruled by ruthless despots. When the zombies develop advanced military tactics, it’s up to a group of mercenaries to save the living. Dennis Hopper, Simon Baker, John Leguizamo and Asia Argento star.
Last of the Living (2008)
A contagious virus is turning everyone into zombies, and the only hope for survival lies in the hands of three couch potatoes.
Legion of the Dead (2005)
The ancient Egyptian High-Priestess Aneh-Tet awakens from her 4000 year sleep to rule the world.
Lifeforce (1985)  
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In director Tobe Hooper’s stylized sci-fi horror flick, American and British astronauts on a joint mission exploring an alien spacecraft (concealed in Halley’s Comet gaseous tail) discover that the vessel contains several seemingly human bodies. But after they’re brought back to Earth, they come alive and start turning Londoners into zombies — leaving only surviving astronaut Tom Carlsen (Steve Railsback) to save the planet.
A Little Bit Zombie (2012)
Infected by a virus at his bachelor party, mild-mannered Steve attempts to fulfill his craving for brains while keeping his bridezilla-to-be at bay — and dodging the zombie hunter hot on his trail.
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The Living Dead Girl (La morte vivante) (1982)
When her grave is disturbed by both an earthquake and a toxic waste spill, a deceased girl comes alive to walk the earth again in French filmmaker Jean Rollin’s macabre tale of zombie carnage. After rising from her tomb, Catherine (Francoise Blanchard) hungers for flesh and blood and sets out to find childhood friend and blood sister Helene (Marina Pierro). Helene decides to help satisfy Catherine’s bloodlust by luring people into their lair.
The Living Ghost (B/W) (1942)
Private eye Nick Trayne (James Dunn) is hired to find kidnapped banker Walter Craig, who mysteriously reappears a few days later at his own home. But Walter’s been turned into a zombie, subject to the control of someone who’s making him kill. Nick discovers that everyone in Walter’s household has a motive and sets out to find the culprit with the help of the banker’s devoted secretary (Joan Woodbury). Paul McVey and Vera Gordon also star.
Lost Tapes: Season 3 (2010)
Lost Tapes is back in search of some of the scariest creatures you have heard of, and others you may not of. This season searches for the Zombies, Yetis, Poltergeists and Wendigos that are out there… waiting for you.
Lust of the Dead (2012)
After the female population of Tokyo is attacked by lustful zombies hungry for human flesh, office worker Nozomi and Nurse Momoko decide to take a stand and arm themselves with assault rifles and explosives to fight off the hordes of horny zombies!  (Trilogy)
Mad Ron’s Prevues from Hell (1987)
With chain-rattling cannibal Mad Ron at the projectors, ventriloquist Nick Pawlow and his reanimated pal Happy Goldsplatt unspool a gut-busting reel of horror filmdom’s most notorious sneak peeks while a theaterful of flesh-loving zombies feast on. A cult favorite in its own right, the 1987 collection cherry-picks trailers, forgotten scenes and poster art from 47 gory oldies, including Bay of Blood, Black Christmas and The Blood Spattered Bride.
Make-Out with Violence (2008)
A genre-bending tale of a boy trying to fulfill his unrequited love for a girl who has risen from the dead. It tells the story of twin brothers Patrick and Carol Darling, newly graduated from high school and struggling to come to terms with the mysterious disappearance of their friend, the bright   and beautiful Wendy Hearst. When a drive through the countryside surrounding their suburban community leads to the discovery of Wendy’s mysteriously animated corpse, the boys secretly transport the un-dead Wendy to an empty house in hopes of somehow bringing her back to life. As the sweltering summer pushes on, they must maintain the appearance of normalcy for their friends and family as they search for ways to revive the Wendy they once knew, or, failing that, to satisfy their own quests for love amongst the living and the dead.
Maniac Cop 3: Badge of Silence (1993)   
Officer Matt Cordell’s third ride from beyond the grave has him looking for a girlfriend. His ideal date should be nice, tender, and dead. He soon finds one in the person of a female officer killed by shop robbers. This gets him in trouble with some living officers, though…
Masters of Horror Tobe Hooper: Dance of the Dead (2005)
Planet X is on a collision course with Earth, and   Prof. Elliott (Raymond Bond) is monitoring the action from his Scotland observatory. But when a spacecraft from the planet finally lands, the visitor inside falls into the clutches of Mears (William Schallert), an evil scientist. As the alien moves on to terrorize innocent Earthlings and turn them into zombies, reporter John (Robert Clarke) tries to get the real scoop.
The Man from Planet X (1951)
In a post-apocalyptic American society, the population has been decimated by nuclear terrorist attacks and flesh-dissolving nuclear fallout. Among the ruins, a naive young teenager named Peggy gets involved with a drug-stoked biker and his friends, against her overprotective mother’s protests. The teens hang out at the Doom Room, a punk rock nightclub, where re-animated corpses from the nuclear attacks perform courtesy of electric-charged flows and experimental drug-injected shots.
Mexico Barbaro (2014)
Eight tales featuring boogeymen, trolls, demons, ghosts, zombies and Mayan imps from Mexico’s darkest legends make up this horror anthology.
Monster Brawl (2011)
This bone-rattling showdown staged as a pay-per-view event brings together some of filmdom’s most hideous creatures in a fight to the last freak. Among the horrifying combatants in the bloody competition are Cyclops, Frankenstein, Swamp Gut, and of course Zombie!
Mummy, I’m a Zombie (2014)
Teenage zombie Dixie has her hands full trying to save the world while planning a Halloween party and running for student council.
Mutant Vampire Zombies from the ‘Hood! (2008)
When a strange cosmic event turns the citizens of Los Angeles into blood-drinking, flesh-eating, sex-starved zombies, a handful of cops and gang members form an unlikely alliance to fend off the insatiable undead. Soon the motley crew must make their way to a compound up the coast, where a scientist and his sexy daughter may hold the key to survival. C. Thomas Howell stars in this indie horror-comedy.
Mutants (2008)
When a ruthless corporate-sponsored scientist develops an additive designed to make ordinary sugar wildly addictive, the chemical mutates his imprisoned test subjects into savage, bloodthirsty zombies.
Navy SEALs: The Battle for New Orleans (2015)
When zombies descend on Louisiana, a team of Navy SEALs races to the rescue, using their war-tested skills to take on the hungry undead.
Nazis at the Center of the Earth (2012)
When a team of scientists in Antarctica is abducted by masked men, they find themselves in a vast underground cavern populated by Nazis. Worse still, the escaped fanatics are developing ways to regenerate dead flesh, including that of their leaders.
Night of the Comet (1984)
Earth has been ripped to shreds after a run-in with a killer comet, and those who have survived are in a fight for their lives in this campy cult classic. Valley girl Reg (Catherine Mary Stewart) and her sister (Kelli Maroney) discover they’re two of the lucky few. But scientists are after them, and now they must run. Why? Because the researchers believe they need the blood of survivors to concoct a drug that can save them all from further ruin.A comet wipes out most of life on Earth, leaving two Valley Girls to fight the evil types who survive.
Night of the Creeps (1986)
In this gleefully campy cult classic, it’s up to a chain-smoking former cop to save the whole town when evil alien slugs that were frozen inside a corpse begin infecting lusty college coeds, turning them into flesh-hungry zombies.
Night of the Demons (2009)
When she set out to throw the ultimate Halloween party, Angela Feld (Shannon Elizabeth) picked the spookiest site she could find: the rumored-to-be-cursed Broussard Mansion. But by “ultimate,” she didn’t mean for it to be her last. Still, thanks to gates that have inexplicably locked, Angela and her friends (Edward Furlong, Monica Keena, Bobbi Sue Luther, John F. Beach, Michael Copon and Diora Baird) are now trapped inside with no way out.


Night of the Living Dead (1968)
Classic “zombie movie that started it all” — about a young lady visiting a graveyard who seeks refuge in a nearby home with an assortment of various other passersby who find strange creatures attacking them from outside the house. George A. Romero’s movie is riveting, horrifying and, quite simply, a classic of the genre.
Night of the Living Dead (1990)
Directed by Tom Savini.  This shot-for-shot revamp of director George A. Romero’s watershed black-and-white original brings to lurid color the mortality tale of a band of small-town folks corralled in a farmhouse surrounded by an army of walking dead.
Perhaps the only re-imagining of Romero’s 1968 classic truly worth watching!
Night of the Living Dead: Reanimation (2012)
After inheriting a funeral home, a mortician accidentally exposes hundreds of uncremated bodies to toxic waste, causing them to rise from the dead. When the man’s inheritance-seeking brother shows up, the two must fight off a full zombie outbreak!
Not to be confused with Romero’s 1968 classic (above).
Night of the Living Dorks (Die Nacht der lebenden Loser) (2004)
Three not-so-cool school friends decide to try a old voodoo ritual. Later, they die in a car accident, but live on as zombies. But being a zombie has advantages, too…
Nightmare Alley (2010)  
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A ghoulish host relates seven macabre stories. Zombie cowboys rampage across the prairie in “A Fistful of Innards.” An evil satanic rat forces a man to do its murderous bidding in “Rebellion.” A scummy loser inadvertently sets himself up on a date over the Internet with a vengeful ax-wielding ghost in “Death Chat.” A slim gal bumps off her jerky husband and feeds him to a gross fat slob in “Meat.” A homophobic punk dude butchers a gay guy in “Closet Case.” A fey and pompous artist bumps off his shrewish spouse and uses her corpse for his artwork in “The Great Damone.” A Jack the Ripper-style killer embarks on a lethal spree in “Slash of the Blade.”
Nightmare City (1980)
When an aircraft is forced to make an emergency landing near the site of a radioactive spill, the passengers are transformed into ultraviolent, flesh-eating zombies who emerge from the hatch and set off on a feeding frenzy across the city.
Must love Italian genre cheese!


  1. Not really into anime but high school of the dead was pretty good. Was pissed they took it off of Netflix before I could watch the last 2 episodes. I hear they’re making a season 2

  2. You gave I-zombie 5 stars? dead snow 3 stars!? Lol all your opinions on zombie movies just proved worthless. Going to look elsewhere for reviews.

    • I-Zombie is a refreshing take on the zombie story, instead of a rehash of the same old tired concept of the zombie apocalypse. And I gave Dead Snow: 4 Stars, not 3 Stars (as well as Dead Snow 2) — brilliantly funny and gory flicks!

      But you are entitled to your opinion, of course.

    • The red play button doesn’t always mean that movie is active. Tried looking for one that had a red play button, not on netflix..

  3. I Am Omega looks a lot like I Am Legend because both are remakes of The Omega Man, which was the movie version of I Am Legend, Richard Matheson’s 1954 novel. So, essentially, I Am Omega is a remake OF a remake.

  4. I think a lot of these are out of date and no longer on netflix.

  5. Exit Humanity should get at least 4 stars. I’d watch it over the overrated Day of the Dead any day.

  6. The scoring system here is too generous. Having watched most of these films, I assure you that you can drop one star from almost all of them. This is not to say that they aren’t decent movies. They suffer from low budgets which means rushed filming, amateurish actors, limited special effects, spotty sound, and so forth. Compared to studio funded movies they just don’t stack up overall. But don’t let that keep you from watching them. There are a few truly great films who surmount their limitations and others who at least have some hidden gems. Just don’t be surprised at the flaws.

    • I don’t disagree with what you have said, fundamentally. The thing is, these are all “zombie” movies (with some on the border)– so they are all being compared to the other movies in this genre (they are scored against others in the zombie genre — not big budget or classic films with directors like Martin Scorsese and A list actors). So a 5 star movie in this list would likely garner a 3 star at best in a list of all movies.

      Make sense?

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