10 Best Zombie Movies of All Time

Zombie Movies

Zombie movies is well-received by viewers as one of the most famous sub-genres of horror movies. The post-apocalyptic theme has gained extensive viewership around the globe. Ten best zombie movies of all time are as follows:

  1. Dawn of the Dead– Dawn of the Dead, George A. Romero’s masterpiece, is a sequel to Night of the Living Dead. It was a satire on the issue of consumerism. It showed a horrifying reality and was an extremely well-received movie.


  1. Zombieland Zombieland was written by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, writers of the Deadpool movies. It was initially a Tv series and was later made into a film. Zombieland became the highest-grossing zombie movie in the history of America. The lead characters were Emma Stone, Woody Harrelson and Jesse Eisenberg.


  1. Night of the Creeps – Night of the creeps was directed by Fred Dekker and featured in the top ten zombie movies list. It depicts the invasion of the undead. Dekker wrote the screenplay of ‘Night of the Creeps’ in only a week’s time, drawing inspiration from alien invasion movies. It is, in fact, one of the most quintessential cult film.


  1. 28 Days Later – Directed by Danny Boyle, 28 days later features a unique plotline. It revolves around the survival situation, which takes the most competent of people to survive such an apocalypse. It is through the lead character that the audience sees the post-apocalyptic world.


  1. Re-animator– Stuart Gordon, director and writer, Massively drew inspiration from Dracula movies and the Frankenstein story. Therefore, the film is essentially a tale of chopped off heads. It has a tremendous musical score which was composed by Richard Brand, which again was influenced by the musical score of ‘Psycho’.


  1. Train to Busan– Train to Busan is a South-Korean zombie movie which is inclined towards the genre of action. The zombies in this movie can run and jump, which makes it tougher for the characters to get away. There is an underlying theme of class consciousness in the film.

  1. Night of the Living Dead– George A. Romero’s zombie film was the first modern zombie film ever made. It is considered one of the most unconventional and unique horror film ever made.


  1. Rec – Rec is an unconventional zombie-horror film which narrates the tale through a footage that has been found. Rather than showing the apocalypse in a massive scale, the movie keeps things realistic. The Tv journalist and her crew are stranded in an apartment while the virus slowly spreads through the small numbers of characters.


  1. ParaNorman – ParaNorman is a zombie movie made for children with a perfect blend of terror and fun. It is a mixed genre movie featuring horror-comedy-adventure in its essence.

  1. Shaun of the Dead – It is a part of the “Three Flavours Cornetto” trilogy and was the most popular one among the three movies. It was directed by Edgar Wright and used a lot of the literal devices from the book it has been adapted from. It has an excellent blend of comedy but does not classify as a spoof of the zombie genre.