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Discussion in 'THREAD ARCHIVES' started by AngelNinja2018, Jul 27, 2014.
Mine are Zombieland and Night of the Living Dead.
Zombieland for me! I liked the comedy :)
Shaun of the Dead, Zombieland, Fido, ParaNorman, World War Z, the REC movies, Cabin in the Woods, and of course: Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island.
Old school. Day of the dead.
World War Z
OMG!! Now I saw this thread lol xD
Oh.. Let's see.
My first Zombie movie which I saw was of course Shaun of the dead( after that I watched every possible movie with the two British actors xD ) super funny and awesome.
Then Scooby Do on Zombie Island, Dawn of the Dead, The Walking Dead( TV series ! I am waiting for fifth season!!)
And a few more which were mentioned here already xD
Shaun of the Dead, ParaNorman, Frankenweenie… Uhhh…. Yep. That's it.
Not a huge zombie fan, apparently.
I've seen zombieland ( but for some reason I never liked it lol), Dead before dawn( good), world war Z( alright xD ) and how could I forget about ..
Warm bodies !!<3.
Dawn of the Dead. The newer one remade by George Romero.
No comedy, no jokes, no hope, just survival against an enemy that knows no fear, no hunger, and no fatigue. A good zombie movie is defined by its ability to scare us with that which looks just like us but is completely different in its needs to simply exist.
Screw running zombies.
To be honest the Best at survival is definitely The walking Dead. Even though is a TV series..^^
This series has is a about betrayal, death, pure survival in between the zombie killing and the other Survivors..
Lemme get my zombie movie nerd on...
28 Days Later - Yeah, okay. It's not quite a zombie flick in the traditional sense. But I still reckon it falls under the term close enough to be considered one. And it's still an absolute classic, to the point that Romero cited it along with Shaun Of The Dead as being two of the main catalysts for him returning to the genre in Land Of The Dead (which... wasn't his best, but it was still fun enough).
Dead Alive - One of Peter Jackson's earlier films, before he became known internationally as the guy who made The Lord Of The Rings work as a film series. It's stupid, it's gross, it's fucking hysterical and I love it.
Evil Dead II - Yes, I do like the first one as well. It has it's proper shining moments. But when you compare these two films back to back, Evil Dead II wins hands down.
Army Of Darkness - Hail to the king, baby.
Dead Snow - Did 'Nazi zombies' before Call Of Duty ruined it for everyone. That's worth a watch in my book.
Pontypool - Zombie movies are pretty done to death these days, to be honest, and it's kinda hard to put a unique spin on the usual formula. Pontypool manages to do so with proper gusto, and whilst it doesn't always work you'll enjoy watching it try to regardless.
Shaun Of The Dead - For introducing the wonderful word "fuck-a-doodle-doo" to popular culture. Oh, and also being fucking hysterical.
I could keep going. I watch waaaaaay to many zombie movies.
Warm Bodies- It's so funny, and surprisingly a good storyline. It definitely surprised me at how good it was. ^^
World War Z- It wasn't very bloody but it was still suspenseful. I liked how they acted different from a typical 'zombie'. I liked how they kind of acted insect-like. However, I did like the book better. It went into more detail how it started and the aftermath of it.
The Walking Dead- Yeah I know, "It's not a movie though!!!>:/" I do like at how gory and dark it is at times. That's how anything that involves zombies should be.
I'm very into this genre. I like Shaun of the Dead, Shaun of the Dead, and Fido for their comedy. I like the 28 series (Days and weeks. I heard there is a months too?), Romero zombies are also fun and the remake, Dawn of the Dead was nice. The REC series, American and French. Cabin in the Woods is a really fun movie, if not entirely zombies. Fun side note, there is an Easter egg in that movie with some of the Left 4 Dead series in it. World War Z also deserves a mention, but didn't do the book Justice.
I hated Warm Bodies. Despite how often people, though mostly women, tried to justify it by saying there are some gruesome scenes it's still nothing but Zombie Twilight to me. Don't care how you slice it. But it still works for some, so I can't argue that.
For television, I like Walking Dead, of course. But the comic will always be better in my eyes.
Danny Boyle's been talking about doing 28 Months Later for a really long fucking time now. I'd love it if he could do it...
...but if he's gonna do I sequel to any of his films, I'd first be hankering for his take on Trainspotting's sequel, Porno.
THIS IS WHY I LIKE YOU
And to think not many people know the fucking awesomeness that is this scene
I can't believe it hasn't been mentioned yet, but I looooved Return of the Living Dead. Super campy and awesome!
Oh and I guess Grumpy's list is pretty swell.