Saturday, September 24, 2011

My Best Of Zombie Movies


"Night of the Living Dead" Best storyline/plot for a zombie movie. It was the ultimate--a band of stray people shoring themselves up inside a farm house, unsure what in the hell was happening outside and having their own internal conflicts amongst them. It simply was the best zombie tale.


"Dead Snow" Best most over the top zombie battle ever! It just doesn't get better than minions of nazi zombies that can't be killed and a scene of white snow and men with only a few makeshift weapons. Damn! When you think it's reached its peak--it goes a bit further!


"Dawn of the Dead" (remake) Most threatening zombies. These zombies are fast and serious about their jobs!


"Fido" The most stylish zombie film ever. It does bring together the 1950s attitude with the new zombie reality. It's funny, cute, and I just love it!


"Shaun of the Dead" Best characters in a zombie movie. I just love them all, the mother, the stepdad, the friends, the girlfriend. They're just fun!

17 comments:

  1. "How's that for a slice of fried gold?" ;D

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  2. i like the serioses walking dead cant wait for the next sesion

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  3. Def some great Zombie film picks. There is a lot of good ones and some have a nice twist on the use of Zombies which I like

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  4. this is war309 and i thing that miss autumn in my story will have a few dreams missing itmes car keys ect mabe missing time on internet like sleeping ect more and more worse as story gose

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  5. Dead snow!! Heck yes! nothing is better than a little nazi zombie killing! :D

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  6. shaun of the dead is my fav out of those! But i am anxiously awaiting to watch dance of the dead soon! :)

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  7. Dead Snow seriously kicked ass!

    Rose--I'm thrilled you'll be getting that soon. You earned it! Oh, and Hellspawn says "hi."

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  8. Wait a minute. Not even a mention of 28 Days Later at all? Too British for ya, Sharon? Or too manmade-virus-gets-loose theme? … laughing … Well, methinks that I had told you that ages ago (alright, it was '85) I was in a costume contest for getting admitted for free for the premier of Day of the Dead. Two friends of mine & I were admitted & I was even in the final 10 runners up for 1st prize, a VCR (remember those?) & whichever Romero staples were then available on VHS. Very cool blogticle, this. Now I have to see that phunnie one, Fido. Definitely …

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  9. ill watch dead snow now smiles war309

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  10. Bror; I adore 28 Days Later, but I didn't see it cutting any new paths. It just didn't stand out to me and as far as British Horror-it is the best kind in all the world (although Scandinavian is catching up). Thrilled Hammer is back in the works. Damn fun!

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  11. hehe ya love ya zombies dont ya lil lady

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  12. I agree with it all. I too would have added 28 days in there somewhere...I think that movie made you think about what you would be able to do in an extreme situation to save your own self in a split second!

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  13. Shaun of the Dead is one of my all time favs, but I have really come to love Zombieland. Fido is a new one to me. I will have to check it out.

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  14. MM--Fido might be your favorite ever, especially knowing you so long in the blog world. I suspect you will delight over it.

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  15. i like the series of walking dead

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  16. Nice post. For sure going to check out Dead Snow and Fido now. Thanks!

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