Must-see zombie movie

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  1. Solrac Kai

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    Well that movie was at least good for a goof. I put this movie in the category of being so bad it becomes funny. Thanks my wife and I had fun doing our own mystery theater 3000 with this movie.
     
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    "Dead Snow", Norwegian zombie N*zi's...subtitled scary/spoof...
     
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    Godwin's Law strikes again.
     
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    Dead Snow is pretty funny. Dead Snow II kinda jumps the proverbial Sharknado

    I enjoyed Cockney's Vs Zombies, it was a decent take in the Shaun of the Dead tradition
     
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    Godwin's law is about making comaprisons with N****/H*****, usually innappropriate ones. Doesn't really apply here.
     
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    I forgot about Warm Bodies. That's worth a viewing.
     
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    I caught Road of the Dead last night on cable, although it appears the original/theatrical title may have been Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead. Anyhow, it's sort of an Australian Shaun of the Dead with the humor/horror dial turned a bit more toward the latter. I wouldn't necessarily recommend it to just anyone, but if you like the zombie genre, you'd probably like it.
     
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    I liked the mountains of zombies in World War Z!

    Dawn of the dead, the New one, was good too!

    And off course the Walking Dead...
     
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    28 days later.
     
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    Much as I didn't want to, I liked that movie. It was kind of a cool twist, with the way the zombies operated (don't want to say more and give it away).
     
  11. The Boss

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    Very good list.
    My only addition would be 28 Days Later - fast running zombies are so much more terrifying...
     
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    The follow up 28 weeks later is also worth a watch if you enjoy the genre.
     
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    Seriously though, Pontypool is the best.

    It's got metaphors. Linguistics. It was originally going to be a play but got bumped up to the silver screen.

    It takes place in a radio broadcast station during a very bad storm during which, strange things begin to happen.

    Best horror movie in a long time, yall. Check it.
     
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    Really eh? Wasn't a fan...
    Might be just me though
     
  15. Frank'n'censed

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    Thanks for the heads up...I'm reading nice things about it. Psychological horror movies are more to my liking, anyways. Add creativity, an original twist, decent acting, quality direction & you really have something!
     
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