There are all sorts of zombie movies, from romance to slasher and western to time travel. Could a zombie apocalypse happen? We don’t know, but we’ve compiled a complete zombie movie list for you to binge on the living dead from dawn till dusk and dusk till dawn. There is a movie in this list for every member of the family, from Scooby Doo for the youngest viewers to some “sexy” themed zombie thrillers.
We’ve also included several TV series in the bunch. Really, what’s a zombie list without The Walking Dead in it?
Of course, this list can never be completed because new films are constantly being made about these creatures that we all love to hate.
Although there are over 600 titles listed (to start), it’s certain we have missed many more. If you know of one that we missed, let us know in the comments and we’ll add it. This is
a living an undead list, so it is never really finished.
Now, kick back and enjoy our alphabetical list of zombie movies from around the world!
13 Eerie (2013) Forensic students are on an island unaware that the corpses of prisoners that had been experimented on lie beneath. Starring Katharine Isabelle, Michael Shanks, and Brendan Fehr and directed by Lowell Dean.
28 Days Later (2002) Animal activists release chimpanzees from a lab which triggers the zombie apocalypse in London. Directed by Danny Boyle. Starring Cillian Murphy, Naomie Harris, and Christopher Eccleston.
28 Hours Later: The Zombie Movie (2010) The zombie apocalypse occurs in the middle of filming a zombie movie in this movie directed by Daniel M. Seibert. Starring Kate Archer, Pat Bulger, and Clancy Bundy.
28 Weeks Later (2007) The Rage Virus infects London. A safe zone is compromised when siblings set out to find their infected mother. Directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo. Starring Robert Carlyle, Rose Byrne, and Jeremy Renner.
2012: Zombie Apocalypse (2011) The VM2 virus becomes a global pandemic, killing 90% of the population. Directed by Nick Lyon and starring Ving Rhames, Gary Weeks, and Johnny Pacar.
Aaah! Zombies!! (AKA Wasting Away) (2007) A comedy from the viewpoint of the zombies directed by Matthew Kohnen and starring Matthew Davis, Julianna Robinson, and Michael Grant Terry.
Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies (2012) Zombie hunter and president Abraham Lincoln must save the country from the Confederacy, both the living and the dead. Directed by Richard Schenkman and starring Bill Oberst Jr., Kent Igleheart, and Rhianna Van Helton.
After Death (AKA Zombie Flesh Eaters 3) (1989) An Italian movie where a young girl’s idol is the only thing that will protect the crew of a ship from the zombies on the island. Starring Jeff Stryker and Candice Daly and directed by Claudio Fragasso.
After Sundown (2006) You’ll get a vampire western with a touch of zombie townsfolk in this movie directed by Christopher Abram and Michael W. Brown and starring Susana Gibb, Reece Rios, and Natalie Jones.
Alien Dead (1980) After a meteor hits a houseboat, alligators aren’t enough for these hungry zombies. Directed by Fred Olen Ray with Buster Crabbe and Raymond Roberts.
All Souls Day (2005) The spirits of an ancient Aztec temple demand human sacrifice and someone is happy to oblige. Starring Marisa Ramirez and Travis Wester and directed by Jeremy Kasten.
The Amazing Adventures of the Living Corpse (2012) A zombie recognizes his family and comes to his senses. Travis Wester directed this animated 3D film and it stars Michael Villar, Marshall Hilton, and Ryan McGivern.
American Zombie (2007) Do you want to know how the other half live? Take a look at the daily activities of the undead community in Los Angeles. Directed by Grace Lee. Starring Austin Basis, Jane Edith Wilson, and Al Vicente.
Anger of the Dead (2015) A pregnant woman battles for survival after a virus turns the population into zombies. Directed by Francesco Picone and starring Aaron Stielstra, Michael Segal, and Marius Bizau.
Anna and the Apocalypse (2017) High school senior Anna Shepard gets more than she bargains for during a zombie outbreak in this Christmas musical directed by John McPhail. Stars include Ella Hunt, Malcolm Cumming, Marli Siu, and Sarah Swire.
Anonymous Zombie (2018) Addicts in rehab consume the drugs that get snuck in. Life is good – until the farm becomes infested with undead. Directed by Richard MacQueen.
Another World (2014) Biological warfare leaves few survivors who battle against the infected for survival. Directed by Eitan Reuven. Starring Michael Birinbaum, and Shlomi Aviner.
April Apocalypse (2013) Artie wakes up after a car crash to find zombies have taken over the world. Jarret Tarnol directs. This movie stars Reece Thompson, Rebekah Brandes, and Brent Tarnol.
Army of Darkness (1992) Ash Williams is stuck in the Middle Ages and must defeat the zombie horde to return to his own time. It’s the third installment in the Evil Dead series directed by Sam Raimi and stars Bruce Campbell and Embeth Davidtz.
The Astro-Zombies (1968) A disgruntled scientist creates a creature from body parts taken from murder victims and it gets loose. Directed by Ted V. Mikels and starring John Carradine, Wendell Corey and Tura Satana.
Attack of the Herbals (2011) A mysterious crate of herbs turns people into zombies when they drink the addictive tea made by two promising entrepreneurs. Directed by David Ryan Keith. Starring Calum Booth, Steve Worsley, and Richard Currie.
Automaton Transfusion (2006) It’s high school seniors to the rescue when undead government experiments escape the facility. Directed by Steven C. Miller. Starring Garrett Jones, Juliet Reeves, and William Howard Bowman.
Autumn (2009) A school teacher must find a way for civilization to reform after a virus wipes out 99% of the population. Based on the book Autumn by David Moody. Directed by Steven Rumbelow and starring Dexter Fletcher, Dickon Tolson, David Carradine.
Baron Blood (AKA The Horrors of Castle Nuremberg) (1972) An Italian movie directed by Mario Bava where the cursed and reanimated Baron Otto Von Kleist must be stopped. Starring Joseph Cotten, Elke Sommer and Massimo Girotti.
Bath Salt Zombies (2013) Concentrated bath salts create zombies in this film directed by Dustin Mills, starring Josh Eal, Ethan Holey, and Jackie McKown.
Batoru gâru: Tokyo Crisis Wars (AKA Battle Girl: The Living Dead in Tokyo Bay) (1991) A toxic cloud caused by a meteorite turns the citizens of Tokyo into zombies. Directed by Kazuo ‘Gaira’ Komiz and starring Katsuhiro Fukuda, Toshiya Ito, Shinobu Kandori.
The Battery (2012) Two former baseball players attempt to survive the zombie apocalypse in New England. Starring Zachary Rodriguez and Adam Cronheim. Directed by Jeremy Gardner.
Battle of the Damned (2013) Humans and robots team up to fight the undead. Directed by Christopher Hatton and starring Dolph Lundgren, Melanie Zanetti, and Matt Doran.
Battle of the Undead (2014) A security specialist takes one last mission: capture a terrorist in Lebanon. He quickly discovers the mission isn’t so easy. Directed by Eitan Gafny.
Battlefield Baseball (AKA Hell Stadium) (2003) High school baseball players, bats, balls and martial arts are the focus of this Japanese zombie movie. Directed by Yūdai Yamaguchi. Starring Tak Sakaguchi, Atsushi Itō, and Hideo Sakaki.
Before Dawn (2013) A couple’s vacation is ruined by the undead. Directed by Dominic Brunt. Starring Dominic Brunt, Joanne Mitchell, and Eileen O’Brien.
Beneath the Surface (2007) A high school student uses voodoo to resurrect the girl he has a crush on in this movie directed by Blake Reigle, starring Kyle Stanley, Dominique Geisendorff, and Christian Munden.
Beverly Hills Bodysnatchers (1989) A mortician and a doctor team up to reanimate corpses, financed by the mafia. Directed by Jonathan Mostow. Starring Vic Tayback, Frank Gorshin, and Art Metrano.
Beverly Lane (2010) Zombies attack during an office retirement party in this movie starring Jim O’Rear, Noah East and Raymond Kester and directed by Joshua Hull.
The Beyond (1981) A woman inherits a hotel in Louisiana which sits on one of the gateways of hell. Zombies, spiders, and bleeding paintings add to the horror in this Italian movie directed by Lucio Fulci and starring Katherine MacColl, David Warbeck, and Sarah Keller.
Beyond Re-Animator (2003) In the third installment in the Re-Animator film series, Dr. Herbert West continues his zombie experimentation in prison. Directed by Brian Yuzna. Starring Jeffrey Combs, Tommy Dean Musset, and Jason Barry.
Big Tits Zombie (AKA Big Tits Dragon: Hot Spring Zombie vs. Stripper 5) Strippers play around with necromancy spells and bring back the dead in this 3D film directed by Takao Nakano. Starring Sola Aoi, Risa Kasumi, and Mari Sakurai.
Biker Zombies from Detroit (2001) These murderous, drug dealing biker zombies from Detroit aren’t interested in flesh eating but world dominance. Starring Tyrus Woodson, Jillian Buckshaw, and Joshua Allan. Directed by Todd Brunswick.
Bio Zombie (1998) A bioweapon gets into a soda drunk by a Chinese government agent and turns into a zombie in this film directed by Wilson Yip, starring Jordan Chan, Sam Lee, and Angela Tong.
Biohazardous (2001) Ex-Nazi scientists have been creating zombies in small town America. Directed by Michael J. Hein. Starring Sprague Grayden, David Garver, and Al Thompson.
Bite Me (2010) In this TV series, gamers must battle zombies and save the world after the zombie apocalypse, starring Yousef Abu-Taleb, Justin Giddings, and Ryan Patrick Welsh.
The Black Death (AKA Phi Ha Ayodhaya) (2015) The plague brought to Thailand in 1565 by traders turned people into zombies. Directed by Chalermchatri Yukol. Starring Chaat Arthachinta, Apa Bhavilai, and Narucha Chaimareung.
Black Demons (1991) Voodoo-created zombies attack a Brazilian plantation. Directed by Umberto Lenzi. Starring Keith Van Hoven, Joe Balogh, and Sonia Curtis.
Bled White (2009) Survival is tough after the zombie apocalypse. Directed by Jose Carlos Gomez. Starring North Roberts, Matthew E. Prochazka, and Colleen Irene Boag.
Block Z (2020) University students try to survive the zombie apocalypse in the Philippines in this movie directed by Mikhail Red, starring Julia Barretto, Yves Flores, and Myrtle Sarrosa.
Blood Creek (2009) Watch out for the Nazi necromancer in this file directed by Joel Schumacher, starring Henry Cavill, Dominic Purcell, and Emma Booth.
Blood Moon Rising (2009) A comic book collector and a hippie are unlikely warriors. Directed by Brian Skiba. Starring Laurie Love, Ron Jeremy, and Aaron Neal Trout.
Blood Moon Rising: Lucy’s Revenge (2013) Some filmmakers are in an old west ghost town shooting a zombie film when an ancient curse spills over into the world of the living. Werewolves, vampires, and zombies – oh my!
Blood of Ghastly Horror (1967) A voodoo witch doctor brings his zombie creation to avenge the death of his son. Directed by Al Adamson. Starring John Carradine, Kent Taylor, and Tommy Kirk.
Blood Quantum (2019) Native Americans are immune to the zombie plague and white folk clamor for refuge on the reservation. Starring Michael Greyeyes, Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers, and Forrest Goodluck. Directed by Jeff Barnaby.
Blood Suckers from Outer Space (1984) A mysterious mist/energy field turns Texans into zombies. Directed by Glen Coburn. Starring Thom Meyers, Dennis Letts, and Laura Ellis.
Bone Sickness (2004) The cure for brittle bone disease turns patients into zombies. Directed by Brian Paulin. Starring Darya Zabinski, Ruby Larocca, and Rich George.
Bong of the Dead (2011) Two potheads figure a way to turn the zombies into fertilizer in this movie directed by Thomas Newman, and starring Simone Bailly, Mark Sweatman, and Jy Harris.
Bong of the Living Dead (2019) Five potheads get to fulfill their lifelong dream to see the zombie apocalypse, but they quickly realize it’s not all fun and mall raids.
The Book of Zombie (2010) All the Mormons in a small town in Utah become zombies. Directed by Paul Cranefield and Scott Kragelund. Starring Brian Ibsen, Larisa Peters, and Andrew Loviska.
Bowery at Midnight (1942) Bela Lugosi is a professor who runs a soup kitchen as a front for criminal activities and corpse reanimation. Directed by Wallace Fox. Starring Bela Lugosi and John Archer.
Boy Eats Girl (2005) An Irish teen’s unrequited love causes his death, but his mother brings him back using voodoo. Starring Samantha Mumba, David Leon, and Tadhg Murphy. Directed by Stephen Bradley.
Brain Blockers (2007) A college professor turns his students into zombies with an experimental drug. Directed by Lincoln Kupchak. Starring Timmi Cragg and Edwin Craig.
Brain Dead (2007) Sorority girls, escaped convicts and born-again Christians team up to battle the dead after a meteorite deposits an alien slug in someone’s brain, triggering the zombie apocalypse. Directed by Kevin S. Tenney. Starring Joshua Benton, Sarah Grant Brendecke, and Michelle Tomlinson.
Brain Dead (2010) A motley crew of characters stumble into a deserted fishing lodge and become attacked by zombie fishermen.
Braindead (AKA Dead Alive) (1992) A rabid Sumatran rat-monkey turns the residents of Newtown, New Zealand into zombies. Starring Timothy Balme, Diana Peñalver, and Elizabeth Moody and directed by Peter Jackson.
Bride of Re-Animator (1990) Dr. Herbert West and Dr. Dean Cain create the perfect dead woman in this sequel to the Re-Animator. Starring Jeffrey Combs, Bruce Abbott, and Claude Earl Jones. Directed by Brian Yuzna.
Broken Springs (AKA Broken Springs: Shine of the Undead Zombie Bastards and 101 Zombies) (2008) Tainted moonshine turns everyone into zombies. Starring Teague Quillen, Travis Moody, and Brandon Jenkins and directed by Neeley Lawson.
Bubba’s Chili Parlor (2008) A diner in Texas serves mad cow infected chili and turns everyone into zombies. Directed by Joey Evans. Starring Mike Davis, Camille Rocha, and Audrey Elizabeth Evans.
Bunker of the Dead (2016) Two friends use an old Jewish diary to gain access to a WWII underground military base. Guess what they find…
Burial Ground: The Nights of Terror (AKA Nights of Terror, Zombi Horror, The Zombie Dead and Zombie 3) (1985) An ancient Etruscan curse reanimates the dead in this Italian film directed by Andrea Bianchi. Starring Karin Well, Gianluigi Chirizzi, and Simone Mattioli.
The Burning Dead (AKA Volcano Zombies) (2015) Dead cannibals are reanimated by a volcanic eruption. Directed by Rene Perez. Starring Tom Downey, Moniqua Plante, and Danny Trejo.
Burying The Ex (2014) A Satan Genie takes a lover’s vow to be together forever seriously and reanimates the ex-girlfriend. Directed by Joe Dante. Starring Anton Yelchin, Ashley Greene, and Alexandra Daddario.
Cargo (2017) The zombie apocalypse in Australia with a houseboat and a baby. Directed by Ben Howling and Yolanda Ramke. Starring Martin Freeman, Simone Landers, and Anthony Hayes.
The Cabin in the Woods (2012) A group of college students go on vacation in a cabin in the woods and summon a family of zombies unaware that they are being observed by scientists in an underground laboratory. Directed by Drew Goddard and starring Kristen Connolly, Chris Hemsworth, and Anna Hutchison.
Caustic Zombies (2011) The nuclear accident at Three Mile Island creates zombies in Pennsylvania. Directed by Johnny Daggers. Starring Aleesha Asper, Greg Wainwright, and Jake Hursh.
Cemetery Man (AKA Dellamorte Dellamore)(1994) The cemetery caretaker dispatches the dead that rise seven days after burial. Starring Rupert Everett, François Hadji-Lazaro, and Anna Falchi. Directed by Michele Soavi.
Cell (2016) Cell phone users turn into zombies in this movie based on Steven King’s novel Cell. Directed by Tod Williams. Starring John Cusack, Samuel L. Jackson, and Isabelle Fuhrman.
The Children (AKA The Children of Ravensback) (1980) A toxic yellow cloud turns five children into zombies that can zap anything or anyone they touch. Directed by Max Kalmanowicz. Starring Martin Shakar, Gil Rogers, and Gale Garnett.
Children of the Living Dead (2001) A murderer leads the undead on a rampage and comes back when a cemetery is moved. Directed by Tor Ramsey. Starring Tom Savini, Marty Schiff, and Damien Luvara.
Children Shouldn’t Play with Dead Things (1972) A group of theater friends dig up a body and use it in a Satanic ritual, bringing it back to life. Directed by Bob Clark and starring Alan Ormsby, Valerie Mamches, and Jeff Gillen.
Choking Hazard (2004) A group of people trying to find the meaning of life are attached by a Bohemian zombie. Starring Jan Dolanský, Jaroslav Dusek, and Eva Nádazdyová and directed by Marek Dobes.
Christmas with the Dead (2012) An electrical storm turns residents of a small Texas town into zombies. Based on the short story with the same name by Joe R. Lansdale. Directed by Terrill Lee Lankford. Starring Damian Maffei, Brad Maule, and Kasey Lansdale.
Chopper Chicks in Zombietown (1989) Female bikers stand between the town and zombies. Directed by Dan Hoskins. Starring Jamie Rose, Catherine Carlen, and Lycia Naff.
C.H.U.D. (1984) Cannibalistic Humanoid Underground Dwellers live in the sewers after having been mutated by radioactive, chemical toxic waste. Directed by Douglas Cheek and starring John Heard, Daniel Stern, and Christopher Curry.
C.H.U.D. II: Bud the C.H.U.D. (1989) Bud is a sewer dwelling creature, housed by the CDC in a small town where he is stolen by teenagers and reawakened. Directed by David Irving. Starring Brian Robbins, Tricia Leigh Fisher, Bianca Jagger.
City of Rott (2006) Earth’s water supply has been contaminated by parasites in this animated zombie film directed by Frank Sudol.
City of Rott 2 (2014) The saga continues in the sequel to City of Rott directed by Frank Sudol.
City of the Living Dead (1980) (AKA Paura nella città dei morti viventi) A psychic and a reporter must close the Gates of Hell before more zombies rise in this Italian film directed by Lucio Fulci. Starring Christopher George, Catriona MacColl, and Carlo De Mejo.
Cockneys vs Zombies (2012) Bank robbers must battle their way out of zombie infested London. Directed by Matthias Hoene. Starring Rasmus Hardiker, Harry Treadaway, and Michelle Ryan.
Colin (2008) See the world through Colin’s eyes and discover what it means to be a zombie in the suburbs during the zombie apocalypse. Starring Alastair Kirton, Daisy Aitkens, and Leanne Pammen. Directed by Marc Price.
Collapse (2011) A farmer whose daughter died recently and is in danger of losing his farm now must survive the zombie apocalypse. Directed by Jason Bolinger and Mike Saunders and starring Chris Mulkey, Karen Landry, and Travis Slade Reinders.
Contracted (2013) A woman contracts a virus after being raped and becomes a zombie. Directed by Eric England. Starring Najarra Townsend, Caroline Williams and Alice Macdonald.
Contracted: Phase II (2015) The zombie STD has infected another person who attempts to find the original carrier in this sequel to Contracted directed by Josh Forbes. Starring Matt Mercer, Marianna Palka, and Morgan Peter Brown.
Cooties (2014) Chicken nuggets turn the kids at an elementary school into zombies. Directed by Jonathan Milott and Cary Murnion. Starring Daniel Noah, Josh C. Waller, and Elijah Wood.
Corpses Are Forever (2004) Mankind’s only hope against the zombies has amnesia. Directed by Jose Prendes. Starring Richard Lynch, Brinke Stevens, and Debbie Rochon.
Creature with the Atom Brain (1955) A Nazi scientist uses radiation to bring the dead back to life. Starring Richard Denning and directed by Edward L. Cahn.
Creepshow (1982) Comic books and voodoo make an interesting combination in this series of short stories directed by George A. Romero and starring Hal Holbrook, Adrienne Barbeau, and Fritz Weaver.
The Crypt (2018) Grave robbers break into some catacombs and come face to face with the undead. Directed by Craig McMahon. Starring Sarah Oh, Seth Gandrud, and Abra May.
The Cured (2018) A virus sweeps Europe that turns people into zombies. A cure is found but it isn’t effective on everyone. Directed by David Freyne. Starring Ellen Page, Sam Keeley, and Tom Vaughan-Lawlor.
Curse of the Maya (AKA Dawn of the Living Dead and Evil Grave: Curse of the Maya) (2004) Ancient Maya zombies seek revenge. Directed by David Heavener. Starring Amanda Baumann, Joe Estevez, and Todd Bridges.
Dance of the Dead (2008) High school misfits must save the prom from zombies. Directed by Gregg Bishop. Starring Jared Kusnitz, Greyson Chadwick, Chandler Darby.
Darkest Day (2017) A man wakes up on a beach with amnesia. He finds his city is empty, ravaged by a deadly disease. Then he finds the military is hunting him for the cure.
Dawn of the Dead (1978) (AKA Zombi) Survivors of the zombie apocalypse take refuge inside a shopping mall. Directed by George A. Romero. Starring David Emge, Ken Foree, and Scott Reiniger.
Dawn of the Dead (2004) A remake of the original Dawn of the Dead (1978). Survivors of the zombie apocalypse take refuge inside a shopping mall in Everett, Wisconsin. Directed by Zack Snyder and starring Sarah Polley, Ving Rhames, and Jake Weber.
Dawn of the Mummy (1981) An Egyptian curse brings back the pharaoh and his servants when his tomb is broken into. Starring Brenda Siemer Scheider, Barry Sattels, and George Peck and directed by Frank Agrama.
Dawning of the Dead (2017) A group of survivors fight their way through the undead to escape with their lives – or die trying.
Day of the Dead (1985) Directed by George A. Romero, this is the third in his series which includes Dawn of the Dead (1978) and Night of the Living Dead. Starring Lori Cardille, Terry Alexander and Joe Pilato. Survivors of the zombie apocalypse take refuge in underground bunkers and barraricaded camps.
Day of the Dead (2008) A loose remake of Romero’s Day of the Dead (1985) directed by Steve Miner. Starring Mena Suvari, Nick Cannon, and Ving Rhames.
Day of the Dead: Bloodline (2018) Based on the characters from Romero’s Day of the Dead (1985). Directed by Hèctor Hernández Vicens and starring Johnathon Schaech, Sophie Skelton, and Jeff Gum. The survivors of a zombie apocalypse at High Rock Emergency Bunker have lost contact with other bases. A partially zombified man may hold the key to a vaccine.
Day of the Dead 2: Contagium (2005) An unofficial prequel to Romero’s Day of the Dead (1985) directed by Ana Clavell and James Dudelson. Starring Justin Ipock, Laurie Maria Baranyay, and John F. Henry III. The zombie virus origins are Russian when in 1968 a vial from a military hospital was stolen and lost in the woods.
Days of Darkness (2007) Survivors of an alien parasite zombie apocalypse take shelter in an abandoned military base. Directed by Jake Kennedy and starring Tom Eplin, Sabrina Gennarino, and Travis Brorsen.
The Dead (2011) The only survivor of the last evacuation flight from Africa that crashed must make his way across the continent battling zombies. Directed by Howard J. Ford and Jon Ford. Starring Rob Freeman, Prince David Osei, and David Dontoh.
The Dead 2 (2014) The sequel to this sweet zombie apocalypse film, The Dead. The infection spreads!
The Dead and the Damned (AKA Cowboys & Zombies) (2010) Starring David Lockhard, Camille Montgomery, and Rick Mora and directed by Rene Perez. A meteorite brings the zombie virus during the California Gold Rush.
The Dead and the Damned 2 (AKA The Dead, the Damned, and the Darkness and Tom Sawyer vs Zombies) (2014) In the sequel to The Dead and the Damned (2010) Lt. Colonel Tom Sawyer and a girl fight for survival after the zombie apocalypse. Directed by Rene Perez. Starring Richard Tyson, Raven Lexy, and Jenny Allford.
Dead & Breakfast (2004) Zombies attack a bed and breakfast in Texas in this movie directed by Matthew Leutwyler, starring Ever Carradine, Gina Philips, and Erik Palladino.
Dead & Buried (1981) Photo-happy tourists are murdered by the townsfolk and come back from the dead. Directed by Gary Sherman. Starring James Farentino, Melody Anderson, and Jack Albertson.
Dead & Deader (2007) A soldier is stung by a zombie-virus carrying scorpion and becomes half-dead. Directed by Patrice Dinhut. Starring John Billingsley, Dean Cain, and Colleen Camp.
Dead at the Box Office (2005) A Nazi mind control film is played before the screening of Romero’s Night of the Living Dead turning viewers into zombies. Directed by Shawn Stutler. Starring Michael Allen Williams, Isaiah Robinson, and Jennifer Popagain.
Dead Before Dawn (2012) Directed by April Mullen, this 3D movie introduces zemons, zombie/demon hybrids. Starring Devon Bostick, Martha MacIsaac, and Christopher Lloyd.
The Dead Don’t Die (2019) Something strange happens in Centerville, and it all begins with a missing chicken. Directed by Jim Jarmusch, starring Bill Murray, Steve Buscemi, Danny Glover and Selena Gomez.
Dead Earth Fka Two of Us (2020) Two women try to make a life after the zombie apocalypse. Directed by Wych Kaosayananda. Starring Milena Gorum, Alice Tantayanon, and Brian Migliore.
Dead Eyes Open (2006) An empty gas tank strands six holiday goers in the middle of nowhere with zombies. Directed by Ralf Möllenhoff and starring Tanek Seranek, Malte Gutkowski, and Rocco Finamore.
Dead Genesis (2010) Life is different seven months after the zombie apocalypse. Starring Emily Alatalo, Lionel Boodlal, Colin Paradine and directed by Reese Eveneshen.
Deadgirl (2008) A group of teenage boys find a female zombie and use her as a sex slave. Directed by Marcel Sarmiento and Gadi Harel. Starring Shiloh Fernandez, Noah Segan, and Candice Accola.
The Dead Hate the Living! (2000) A group of filmmakers find a dead body and use it as a prop, inadvertently waking the other undead in the hospital. Starring Eric Clawson, Jamie Donahue, and Brett Beardslee and directed by Dave Parker.
DeadHeads (2012) Two coherent zombies are unaware they are being hunted as they go on a road trip to find a living ex-girlfriend. Directed by Brett Pierce and Drew T. Pierce. Starring Michael McKiddy, Ross Kidder, and Markus Taylor.
Dead Heat (1988) An LA police officer is bitten in the line of duty and decides to take revenge on the corporation that created the zombies. Directed by Mark Goldblatt. Starring Treat Williams, Joe Piscopo and Vincent Price.
Dead Heist (2007) Vampire zombies spoil a bank heist. Directed by Bo Webb. Starring Big Daddy Kane, Brandon Xavier, and D.J. Naylor.
Dead in the Water (2006) Two couples are stranded at a remote cabin by the lake. Starring Alissa Bailey, Megan Renee Burgess, and Jake Paque and directed by Marc Buhmann.
Dead Inside (2006) A group of survivors pile into a friend’s home to try to stay safe from the zombies, but it’s not just what’s outside that they have to worry about.
Deadlands: The Rising (2006) A biochemical weapon turns all but five people into zombies. It’s up to them to save the world. Directed by Gary Ugarek. Starring Dave Cooperman, Gary Ugarek, and Michelle Wright.
Deadlands 2: Trapped (2008) A nerve gas turns movie goers into zombies in a Hagerstown, Maryland theater. Directed by Gary Ugarek. Jim Krut, Joseph D. Durbin, and Chris L. Clark.
Dead Meat (AKA Carne Muerta) (2004) An Irish gravedigger and a Spanish tourist fight for survival when a mutated form of mad cow disease infects residents. Starring Marian Araujo and David Muyllaert. Directed by Conor McMahon.
Dead Men Walking (2005) Haywood Maximum Security Prison has a zombie outbreak. Starring Bay Bruner, Griff Furst, and Chriss Anglin and directed by Peter Mervis.
The Dead Next Door (1989) The Zombie Squad has been sent to eliminate the zombies and find a religious cult that tries to protect the undead. Directed by J. R. Bookwalter. Starring Bruce Campbell, Pete Ferry, and Bogdan Pecic.
Dead of Night (AKA Deathdream) (1974) A soldier killed in Vietnam arrives on his parent’s doorstep. Directed by Bob Clark and starring John Marley, Lynn Carlin, and Richard Backus.
The Dead One (AKA Blood of the Zombie) (1961) Two cousins are in a dispute over the ownership of a Louisiana plantation. One uses voodoo to create a zombie to give her an advantage. Directed by Barry Mahon. Starring John McKay, Linda Ormond, and Monica Davis.
The Dead Outside (2008) A neurological pandemic kills most of the population. Two survivors take refuge on a farm in Scotland. Directed by Kerry Anne Mullaney. Starring Alton Milne, Sandra Louise Douglas, and Vivienne Harvey.
Dead Pit (1989) An undead doctor at a mental institution conducts experiments on his patients. Directed by Brett Leonard. Starring Jeremy Slate, Cheryl Lawson, and Stephen Gregory Foster.
Dead Season (2012) Will the two newest zombie apocalypse survivors be voted off the island? Starring Scott Peat, Marissa Merrill, and James C. Burns and directed by Adam Deyoe.
Dead Rising: Endgame (2016) Based on the video game by Capcom, this movie is the sequel to Dead Rising: Watchtower (2015) directed by Pat Williams and starring Jesse Metcalfe, Keegan Connor Tracy, and Dennis Haysbert. A reporter returns to investigate rumors that the government is experimenting on humans during the zombie apocalypse.
Dead Rising: Watchtower (2015) Based on the video game by Capcom, this movie is the prequel to Dead Rising: Endgame (2016). Directed by Zach Lipovsky. Starring Jesse Metcalfe, Meghan Ory, and Virginia Madsen. A reporter and a camerawoman film life inside the quarantined area during a zombie outbreak.
Dead Sands (2013) The zombie apocalypse in Bahrain. Starring Bu Idrees Mughal, Fatima Senay Dincsoy, and Miraya Varma and directed by Ameera Al Qaed.
Dead Shadows (2012) Halley’s Comet causes the zombie apocalypse. Starring Fabian Wolfrom, Blandine Papillon, and John Fallon and directed by David Cholewa.
Dead Set (2008) Housemates on Big Brother aren’t aware the zombie apocalypse happened in this series. Starring Jaime Winstone, Liz May Brice, and Beth Cordingly.
Dead Snow (2009) Nazi zombies ruin a ski trip. Directed by Tommy Wirkola and starring Jeppe Beck Laursen, Charlotte Frogner, and Jenny Skavlan.
Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead (2014) This movie is the sequel to Dead Snow (2009), directed by Tommy Wirkola. Starring Vegar Hoel, Orjan Gamst, and Martin Starr. No one believes the survivor of the Nazi zombie ski-resort attack.
The Dead/Undead (2010) Zombies vs. Vampires. Directed by Matthew R. Anderson and Edward Conna. Starring Luke Goss, Matthew R. Anderson, and Spice Williams-Crosby.
Dead Within (2014) A couple takes refuge in a cabin after the zombie apocalypse. Directed by Ben Wagner. Starring Matthew Bradford, Dean Chekvala, and Amy Cale Peterson.
Death Valley (2011) This documentary-type series follows “cops” as they deal with a host of supernatural creatures including zombies. Starring Texas Battle, Bryce Johnson, and Tania Raymonde.
Death Warmed Up (1984) A boy who was experimented on takes revenge on the doctor and his zombies when he becomes an adult. Directed by David Blyth. Starring Michael Hurst, Margaret Umbers, and Gary Day.
Deathwatch (2002) There’s something evil in the trenches, and zombies too. Directed by Michael J. Bassett. Starring Jamie Bell, Laurence Fox, and Kris Marshall.
Decay (2012) The maintenance crew become zombies when the particle accelerator malfunctions at CERN. Starring Zoë Hatherell, Tom Procter and Stewart Martin-Haugh and directed by Luke Thompson.
Deep River: The Island (2009) A Canadian high school reunion and zombies. Directed by Ben Bachelder and starring Kristopher Bowman and Maia Kaufhold.
Descendents (AKA Solos) (2012) A group of children cross the zombie/military battlefield after the zombie apocalypse. Starring Camille Lynch, Karina Pizarro, and Christobal Barra and directed by Jorge Olguín.
Detention of the Dead (2012) A zombie outbreak occurs at a high school during detention. Directed by Alex Craig Mann. Starring Jacob Zachar, Alexa Nikolas and Christa B. Allen.
Devil’s Playground (2010) A mercenary is hired to find the one person immune to the effects of an experimental drug and save the world. Directed by Mark McQueen. Starring Craig Fairbrass, Danny Dyer, and MyAnna Buring.
Diary of the Dead (2007) Film students find real zombies. Directed by George A. Romero. Starring Michelle Morgan, Joshua Close, and Shawn Roberts.
Die-ner (Get It?) (2009) Two murdered employees of a diner come back as zombies and attack their murderer. Directed by Patrick Horvath. Starring Joshua Grote, Liesel Kopp, and Parker Quinn.
Die You Zombie Bastards! (2005) A serial killer searches for his wife who is being held by Baron Nefarious who wants to take over the world with zombies. Starring Tim Gerstmar, Geoff Mosher, and Pippi Zornoza and directed by Caleb Emerson.
Die Zombiejäger (2005) Three German commandos fight to free Gothenburg, Sweden from the zombies who have taken it over. Directed by Jonas Wolcher and starring Martin Brisshäll, Nick Holmquist, and Christian van Caine.
Disney ZOMBIES (2018) Students struggle to coexist with the new students from Zombietown. Will a friendship between a cheerleader and a zombie unite them?
Do Gaz Zameen Ke Neeche (AKA Two Yards Under the Ground) (1972) This Hindi movie features a man who accidentally drinks a chemical from his own lab, is killed by his wife’s lover, and comes back for revenge. Directed by R. Tulsi Shyam and starring Surendra Kumar.
Doc of the Dead (2014) An American documentary exploring how the zombie genre has evolved over time. Directed by Alexandre O. Philippe. Starring Simon Pegg and George A. Romero.
Doctor Blood’s Coffin (1961) Dr. Peter Blood believes he can selectively bring back the dead by transplanting the living hearts of the undeserving into the dead bodies of the deserving. Directed by Sidney J. Furie. Starring Kieron Moore, Hazel Court, and Ian Hunter.
Doctor S Battles the Sex Crazed Reefer Zombies: The Movie (2009) A cheerleader and a scientist battle sex crazed reffer zombies. Starring Rick Carrillo, Alicia Shaddeau, and Billy Jaeger and directed by Bryan Ortiz.
Don’t Go in the House (1979) Burned murder victims come back to take revenge on their murder who himself was a victim. Directed by Joseph Ellison. Starring Dan Grimaldi.
Don’t Wake the Dead (2008) The Templar Knights come back to life every sixty-six years. Tonight’s the night! Directed by Andreas Schnaas. Starring Ralph Fellows, Sonja Kerskes, and Fiana de Guzman.
Dorm of the Dead (2007) College students are attacked by zombies on campus. Directed by Donald Farmer. Starring Jackey Hall, Andrea Brooke Ownbey, and Tiffany Shepis.
Dylan Dog: Dead of Night (2010) Dylan Dog is a paranormal private investigator in Louisiana. The movie is based on the Italian comic book by Tiziano Sclavi. Directed by Kevin Munroe. Starring Brandon Routh, Anita Briem, and Sam Huntington.
The Earth Dies Screaming (1964) An alien invasion results in zombies. Directed by Terence Fisher. Starring Willard Parker, Virginia Field and Dennis Price.
Eaters (2013) The Great Epidemic spawned zombies. Three Frenchmen and a small band of survivors search for the cure. Directed by Luca Boni and Marco Ristori and starring Alex Lucchesi, Guglielmo Favilla, and Claudio Marmugi.
Eat Me! (AKA The Eaters) (2009) Radiation creates zombies in New York and a Brooklyn garage band takes shelter on Long Island. Starring Elizabeth Lee, Jun Naito, and Ivy Hong and directed by Katie Carman.
Ed and His Dead Mother (1993) A salesman resurrects Ed’s mother Mabel but she’s not quite the same. Directed by Jonathan Wacks. Starring Steve Buscemi, Ned Beatty and John Glover.
Edges of Darkness (2009) This movie tells the story of three different groups of zombie apocalypse survivors. Starring Annemarie Pazmino, Lee Perkins and Michelle Rose and directed by Blaine Cade and Jason Horton.
Erotic Nights of the Living Dead (AKA Le notti erotiche dei morti viventi) (1980) A tropical island in the Dominican Republic is under a voodoo curse. Its inhabitants are zombies ruled by a cat. Starring Laura Gemser and George Eastman and directed by Joe D’Amato.
Ever After (AKA Endzeit) (2018) Two years after a zombie virus in Germany, two cities survive in different ways. Directed by Carolina Hellsgård. Starring Marco Albrecht, Trine Dyrholm, and Gro Swantje Kohlhof.
Evil (AKA To kako) (2005) An evil is unleashed in Athens, Greece turning residents into zombies. Directed by Giorgos Nousias. Starring Meletis Georgiadis, Argiris Thanasoulas, and Pepi Moschovakou.
Evil: In the Time of Heroes (AKA Stin epohi ton iroon) (2009) This film is a prequel to Evil (2005) and explains where the zombies that now control Athens, Greece came from. Directed by Giorgos Nousias. Starring Andreas Kontopoulos, Argiris Thanasoulas, and Meletis Georgiadis.
Evilution (2008) An alien bacteria makes zombies. Directed by Chris Conlee. Starring Eric Peter-Kaiser, Tim Colceri, and Sandra Eloani.
Exhumed (2003) A Japanese artifact creates zombies at three different time periods. Directed by Brian Clement. Starring Masahiro Oyake, Hiroaki Itaya, and Clair Westby.
Exit Humanity (2011) Zombies during the U.S. Civil war. Starring Brian Cox, Mark Gibson, and Dee Wallace and directed by John Geddes.
Experiment 18: Das Hexenhammer-Projekt (2007) A Nazi occultist tries to save the Third Reich with his undead experiement. Directed by Christian Matzke. Starring Henry Bindbeutel, Keith Anctil, and Mike Best.
Extinction (AKA Welcome to Harmony) (2015) This movie was based on the novel Y pese a todo by Juan de Dios Garduño. Survivors of a zombie apocalypse have to find a way to adapt as the zombies evolve. Starring Matthew Fox, Jeffrey Donovan, and Quinn McColgan and directed by Miguel Ángel Vivas.
Extinction: The G.M.O. Chronicles (2011) A small group of survivors search for a cure to the zombie virus while sheltering at an abandoned military base. Directed by Niki Drozdowski. Starring Daniel Buder, Luise Bähr, and Jerry Coyle.
Fading of the Cries (2008) A magic sword defeats the undead in this fantasy movie directed by Steven McGuire and starring Thomas Ian Nicholas, Brad Dourif and Mackenzie Rosman.
Fantasy Island (AKA Blumhouse’s Fantasy Island) (2020) Fantasies and nightmares come to life on this island. Directed by Jeff Wadlow. Starring Michael Peña, Maggie Q, and Lucy Hale.
Fast Zombies with Guns (2009) A poisoned water supply creates highly mobile, armed zombies. Starring Leena Kurishingal, Tony Swansey, and Will Cummings III and directed by Bennie Woodell.
Fido (2006) After radiation from space turned the dead into zombies, the Canadian government invents collars to keep the undead from their meat cravings as they take care of menial tasks assigned by their owners. Directed by Andrew Currie. Starring Carrie-Anne Moss, Billy Connolly, and Dylan Baker.
Fight of the Living Dead (2014) – A competition series of horror mash-ups of the reality and scripted genres.
First Squad: The Moment of Truth (2009) In this Japanese animated film, a group of Soviet teenagers with special powers attempt to thwart the Nazi plan to raise the dead. Starring Elena Chebaturkina, Mikhail Tikhonov, and Damir Eldarov and directed by Yoshiharu Ashino and Aljosha Klimov.
FleshEater (1988) A hayride turns deadly when a group of college kids are attacked by zombies. Directed by S. William Hinzman. Starring S. William Hinzman, John Mowod, and Leslie Ann Wick.
Flick (2008) A reanimated murder victim tries to find his sweetheart and get revenge. Starring Hugh O’Conor, Ricci Harnett, and Esme Coles. Directed by David Howard.
Flight of the Living Dead (2007) A scientist infected with a genetically engineered virus is smuggled aboard a plane. Then we have zombies on the plane in this film from Scott Thomas, starring David Chisum, Kristen Kerr, and Kevin J. O’Connor.
The Fog (1980) A fog that comes into a coastal town in California brings the reanimated bodies of sailors who died there 100 years earlier. Directed by John Carpenter. Starring Adrienne Barbeau, Jamie Lee Curtis, and John Houseman.
Forest of the Dead (2007) Be careful where you pitch your tent in the forest of the dead. Directed by Brian Singleton. Starring Chris Anderson and Brandi Boulet.
The Four Skulls of Jonathan Drake (1959) Watch out for the family curse, a witch doctor, and zombies in this black and white horror flick directed by Edward L. Cahn and starring Eduard Franz, Valerie French, and Henry Daniell.
Freaks of Nature (2015) Aliens invade and a group of teenage misfits try to unite the community of humans, vampires, and zombies to fight them off. Directed by Robbie Pickering and starring Nicholas Braun, Mackenzie Davis, and Josh Fadem.
The Frozen Dead (1966) The heads of Nazi soldiers are attached to bodies to revive the Third Reich. Directed by Herbert J. Leder. Starring Dana Andrews, Anna Palk, and Philip Gilbert.
Frozen Scream (1980) The zombies reanimated in this movie must be kept at low temperatures in order to stay alive. Directed by Frank Roach and starring Renee Harmon, Lynne Kocol, and Wolf Muser.
Gallowwalkers (2012) Skinless undead and a cursed gunslinger feature in this movie directed by Andrew Goth and starring Wesley Snipes, Kevin Howarth, and Riley Smith.
Gangs of the Dead (AKA Last Rites) (2006) Two LA gangs continue to fight each other after a meteorite released an alien spore turning people into zombies. Starring Enrique Almeida and Reggie Bannister and directed by Duanne Stinnett.
Gangsters, Guns & Zombies (2012) A bank robbery in London is interrupted by a zombie outbreak. Directed by Matt Mitchell. Starring Vincent Jerome, Huggy Leaver, and Fabrizio Santino.
Garden of the Dead (AKA Tomb of the Undead)(1972) Prisoners take some experimental formaldehyde to get high. They are killed during a prison break, come back as zombies and look for more formaldehyde to get high. Starring Duncan McLeod, Lee Frost, and Susan Charney and directed by John Hayes.
Ghost Brigade (AKA The Killing Box, Grey Knight, The Lost Brigade) (1993) The Confederate Army unwittingly free evil voodoo brought by slave traders. Directed by George Hickenlooper. Starring Martin Sheen, Corbin Bernsen, and Adrian Pasdar.
The Ghost Galleon (AKA El buque maldito, The Blind Dead 3, Horror of the Zombies, Ship of Zombies, The Ghost Ship of the Swimming Corpses) (1974) An apparently abandoned galleon carries the coffins of blind Knights Templar zombies. Directed by Amando de Ossorio. Starring Maria Perschy, Jack Taylor, and Barbara Rey.
Ghost Lake (2004) Residents drowned when a dam was built in New York come back from the dead. Starring Tatum Adair, Timothy Prindle, and Gregory Lee Kenyon and directed by Jay Woelfel.
The Ghouls (2003) A sensationalist reporter discovers what creatures reside below the streets. Directed by Chad Ferrin. Starring Timothy Muskatell, Trent Haaga, and Tina Birchfield.
The Girl with All the Gifts (2016) A parasitic fungus turns most of the world into flesh-eaters. The second generation children still crave flesh. Directed by Colm McCarthy. Starring Gemma Arterton, Paddy Considine, and Glenn Close. Based on the book by Mike Carey.
Go Goa Gone (2013) And experimental drug turns party-goers into zombies in Goa. Starring Saif Ali Khan, Kunal Khemu, and Vir Das. Directed by Raj and D.K..
Goal of the Dead (2014) There’s a zombie outbreak at a soccer stadium. Directed by Thierry Poiraud and Benjamin Rocher. Starring Alban Lenoir, Charlie Bruneau, and Tiphaine Daviot
Gory Gory Hallelujah (2003) Buckle up for religious extremists, Elvis impersonators, zombies and a road trip. Starring Tim Gouran, Angie Louise, and Jeff Gilbert and directed by Sue Corcoran.
The Grapes of Death (AKA Les raisins de la mort)(1978) Pesticide used on the vineyards in France are turning people into zombies. Directed by Jean Rollin. Starring Marie-Georges Pascal, Félix Marten, and Serge Marquand.
Grave Mistake (2008) A young man sets out to find his mother who has gone missing during the zombie apocalypse. Directed by Shawn Darling and starring Seth Darling, Wendy Andrews, and James Blackburn.
Grave Robbers (AKA Ladrones de tumbas)(1989) An undead Satanist is awakened by grave robbers and attempts to cause Armageddon in this Mexican horror film. Starring Fernando Almada, Edna Bolkan, Erika Buenfil and directed by Rubén Galindo Jr..
Graveyard Alive: A Zombie Nurse in Love (2003) A zombie woodsman infects a nurse who only has eyes for the doctor. Directed by Elza Kephart. Starring Anne Day-Jones and Samantha Slan.
The Hanging Woman (AKA La orgía de los muertos, Beyond the Living Dead, Return of the Zombies, Terror of the Living Dead)(1973) A mad scientist and necrophiliac grave robber are reanimating the dead in the basement. Starring Stelvio Rosi, Dyanik Zurakowska, and Paul Naschy and directed by José Luis Merino.
Hard Rock Zombies (1985) A heavy-metal band is murdered by members of a Nazi cult but come back as zombies after one of their songs is played. Directed by Krishna Shah. Starring E.J. Curse, Geno Andrews, Sam Mann.
Helldriver (2010) Meteorite ash turns half of Japan into zombies. One girl crosses Japan looking for her mother, the Zombie Queen. Starring Yumiko Hara, Eihi Shiina, and Kazuki Namioka and directed by Yoshihiro Nishimura.
Hell of the Living Dead (AKA Virus – l’inferno dei morti viventi) (1980) A top secret chemical is released and locals become zombies. A French reporter and her crew investigate. Directed by Bruno Mattei. Starring Margit Evelyn Newton, Franco Garafalo, and Selan Karay.
Here Alone (2016) Life is lonely after the zombie apocalypse in this movie directed by Rod Blackhurst and starring Lucy Walters, Gina Piersanti, and Shane West.
Hide and Creep (2004) Zombies and aliens suddenly appear in a southern town. This movie has four short stories about the incident. Directed by Chuck Hartsell and Chance Shirley. Starring Chuck Hartsell, Michael Shelton, and Kyle Holman.
Harold’s Going Stiff (2011) Harold is infected with a novel virus that is slowly turning him into a zombie. Starring Stan Rowe, Sarah Spencer, and Andy Pandini and directed by Keith Wright.
Hood of the Living Dead (2005) When a young scientist’s brother is killed in a drive-by shooting in Oakland, he uses a regenerative formula to bring him back. Directed by Eduardo Quiroz and Jose Quiroz. Starring Carl Washington, Brandon Daniels, and Jose Rosete.
The Horde (AKA La Horde) (2009) Police in Paris are about to take down a notorious drug dealer when zombies attack. Starring Claude Perron, Jean-Pierre Martins, and Eriq Ebouaney. Directed by Yannick Dahan and Benjamin Rocher.
Horror Express (AKA Pánico en el Transiberiano) (1972) A defrosted humanoid wreaks havoc on the Trans-Siberian Express from China to Moscow. Directed by Eugenio Martin. Starring Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, and Telly Savalas.
Horrors of War (2006) Nazi use zombies as the ultimate weapon during World War II. Directed by Peter John Ross and John Whitney. Starring Jon Osbeck, Joe Lorenzo, and Daniel Alan Kiely.
Horror Rises from the Tomb (AKA El espanto surge de la tumba) (1973) An warlock comes back to life centuries later for revenge. Starring Paul Naschy, Emma Cohen, and Helga Line and directed by Carlos Aured. Panic Beats (1983) is the sequel to this film.
The House by the Cemetery (AKA Quella villa accanto al cimitero) (1981) A pair of zombies inhabit the basement of a house recently purchased by a family in this Italian horror flick directed by Lucio Fulci. Starring Catriona MacColl, Paolo Malco, and Ania Pieroni.
House of the Dead (2003) Zombies crash a rave on an island in this movie directed by Uwe Boll. Starring Jonathan Cherry, Tyron Leitso, and Clint Howard. Based on the House of the Dead series game by Sega.
House of the Dead 2 (AKA House of the Dead II: Dead Aim) (2005) This sequel to House of the Dead (2003) is directed by Michael Hurst and stars Emmanuelle Vaugier, Ed Quinn, and Victoria Pratt. A professor creates an immortality serum from the bodies of zombies.
The House of Seven Corpses (1974) Chanting from the Book of the Dead raises zombies from their graves. Directed by Paul Harrison. Starring John Ireland, Faith Domergue, and John Carradine.
How to Kill a Zombie (2015) Mack is raising his son to become a survivalist. His son doesn’t care so much. Then the zombie apocalypse hits. Directed by Tiffany McLean.
Humans vs Zombies (2011) Students are infected on summer break and bring the contagion back to campus. Starring Dora Madison, Melissa Carnell, and Frederic Doss and directed by Brian T. Jaynes.
Hysterical (1983) A ghost, a zombie lover, and a burned out writer in a lighthouse. What could possibly go wrong? Directed by Chris Bearde. Starring Bill Hudson, Mark Hudson, and Brett Hudson.
I Am a Hero (2015) A manga artist assistant survives a viral outbreak in this live action film directed by Shinsuke Sato, starring Yô Ôizumi, Kasumi Arimura, and Masami Nagasawa.
I Am Legend (2007) Based on the novel by Richard Matheson. Directed by Francis Lawrence. Starring Will Smith, Alice Braga, and Dash Mihok. The genetically engineered measles virus used to treat cancer turns people into Darkseekers. U.S. Army virologist Lt. Col. Robert Neville is in New York City, ground zero, searching for a cure.
I Am Omega (2007) Los Angeles has been infected and one man searches for a cure. Directed by Griff Furst. Starring Mark Dacascos, Geoff Meed, and Jennifer Lee Wiggins.
I Eat Your Skin (AKA Zombie) (1971) Cancer research combines with snake venom and turns island residents into zombies. Directed by Del Tenney and starring William Joyce, Heather Hewitt, Walter Coy.
The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies (1964) A carnival fortune-teller turns visitors into zombies. Directed by Ray Dennis Steckler and starring Cash Flagg, Carolyn Brandt, and Brett O’Hara.
Insanitarium (2008) Drug experimentation turns mental patients into zombies in this film directed by Jeff Buhler and starring Jesse Metcalfe, Kiele Sanchez, and Peter Stormare.
I Sell the Dead (2008) The adventures of an Irish grave robber. Directed by Glenn McQuaid. Starring Dominic Monaghan, Larry Fessenden, Angus Scrimm, and Ron Perlman.
I Survived a Zombie Holocaust (2015) What starts as a zombie film shoot turns into an actual zombie apocalypse. Directed by Guy Pigden.
Island: Wedding of the Zombies (AKA Ada: Zombilerin Düğünü) (2010) Zombies attack during a wedding on an island in Istanbul. Directed by Talip Ertürk and Murat Emir Eren. Starring Serhan Alben, Ömür Arpaci, and Ozan Ayhan.
Isle of the Snake People (AKA La muerte viviente, Cult of the Dead, Snake People) (1971) A voodoo priest turns women on a remote island into zombies that are led by a snake dancer. Directed by Juan Ibáñez and Jack Hill. Starring Boris Karloff and Julissa.
I Survived a Zombie Holocaust (2014) Film extras turn into zombies and attack the actors in New Zealand. Directed by Guy Pigden. Starring Harley Neville, Jocelyn Christian, and Ben Baker.
I Walked with a Zombie (1934) A Canadian nurse is sent to a Carribean island to care for the ailing wife of a plantation owner. Directed by Jacques Tourneur. Starring James Ellison, Frances Dee, and Tom Conway.
I Was a Teenage Zombie (1987) A group of high schoolers kill a drug pusher and dump the body into toxic water. Directed by John Elias Michalakis. Starring Michael Rubin, Steve McCoy, and George Seminara.
I Was a Zombie for the FBI (1982) Aliens land in Pleasantville and zombify the population. Starring Larry Raspberry, James Raspberry and John Gillick and directed by Marius Penczner.
iZombie (2015) A medical resident is turned into a zombie and now helps the police solve murders by eating the brains of cadavers brought into the medical examiner’s office in this series based on the comic books by Chris Roberson and Mike Allred. Starring Rose McIver, Malcolm Goodwin and Rahul Kohli.
I, Zombie: The Chronicles of Pain (1998) While collecting moss samples, a young man is bitten and gradually turns into a zombie. Directed by Andrew Parkinson. Starring Giles Aspen and Ellen Softley.
JeruZalem (2015) Terrible things happen in Jerusalem on Yom Kippur. Directed by Doron Paz and Yoav Paz and starring Yael Grobglas, Yon Tumarkin, and Danielle Jadelyn.
Juan of the Dead (AKA Juan de los muertos) (2011) The zombie apocalypse comes to Cuba. Juan takes advantage of the situation and starts his own zombie-slayer-for-hire business. Starring Alexis Díaz de Villegas, Jorge Molina, and Andros Perugorría and directed by Alejandro Brugués.
Junk (Aka Junk: Shiryô-gari ) A jewel heist is interrupted by the zombie apocalypse in this Japanese film directed by Atsushi Muroga. Starring Nobuyuki Asano, Shû Ehara, and Tate Gouta.
Kampung Zombie (AKA Zombie Village) (2015) Volcanic ash creates zombies which attack a Malaysian village. Starring Ahmad Dhani, El Jalaluddin Rumi, Kia Poetri, Ali Mensan.
Killing Birds (1988) All is not well in Louisiana where boys are being killed by vengeful zombies. An Italian movie directed by Aristide Massaccesi and starring Daniela Barnes and Robert Vaughn.
Killing Spree (1987) A jealous kills everyone his wife meets and they come back as zombies. Starring Asbestos Felt, Courtney Lercara, and Raymond Carbone and directed by Tim Ritter.
King of the Zombies (1941) Plane crash survivors, voodoo spies and zombies meet on a remote island in the Carribean. Directed by Jean Yarbrough. Starring Dick Purcell, Joan Woodbury, Mantan Moreland.
KL Zombi (2013) A pizza delivery boy is the unlikely hero during the zombie apocalypse in Malaysia. Starring Zizan Razak, Siti Saleha, and Izara Aishah and directed by Ming Jin Woo.
Kud Krachak Krien (AKA Zombie Fighters)(2017) A group of pre-teens find that the hospital is the epicenter of a zombie virus outbreak. This is the first Thai zombie movie produced. Directed by Poj Arnon and starring Bhuvadol Vejvongsa, Kittipat Samantrakulchai, Korakrit Laotrakul, and Worrachai Sirikongsuwan.
Kung Fu Zombie (AKA Wu long tian shi zhao ji gui) (1981) Bad guys want to kill Billy Chong. You’ll find criminals, zombies, vampires and a Taoist wizard and some kung fu in this Chinese film directed by Shan Hua. Starring Billy Chong, Lau Chan, and Kang-Yeh Cheng.
Land of the Dead (2005) Revolution is brewing in the wall city where the remaining humans live after the zombie apocalypse. Directed by George A. Romero. Starring John Leguizamo, Asia Argento, and Simon Baker.
The Last Days on Mars (2013) The space crew sent to explore Mars find evidence of life which mutates them into zombies. Directed by Ruairí Robinson. Starring Liev Schreiber, Elias Koteas, and Romola Garai.
Last of the Living (2009) A zombie virus has wiped out most of the population. Two guys and a girl are mankind’s last hope. Starring Morgan Williams, Robert Faith, and Ashleigh Southam and directed by Logan McMillan.
The Last Man on Earth (1964) One man has survived the zombie apocalypse. Directed by Ubaldo Ragona. Starring Vincent Price, Franca Bettoia, and Emma Danieli.
L.A. Zombie (2010) An alien/zombie gay porno movie directed by Bruce LaBruce and starring François Sagat.
Legion of the Night (AKA Dead City) (1995) A scientist’s reanimating experimentation creates zombies that the local crime lord wants to use to his advantage. Directed by Matt Jaissle. Starring Tim Lovelace, Jeff Rector, and Ron Asheton.
Let Sleeping Corpses Lie (1974) (AKA The Living Dead at the Manchester Morgue, Don’t Open the Window) A farming tool designed to kill insects with ultrasonic radiation creates zombies in the countryside. Edna and George are charged with the murders and disappearances. Directed by Jorge Grau. Starring Cristina Galbó, Ray Lovelock, and Arthur Kennedy.
Life After Beth (2014) Zach’s girlfriend Beth comes back as a zombie. Her parents are keeping her in the house. Starring Aubrey Plaza, Dane DeHaan, and Molly Shannon and directed by Jeff Baena.
A Little Bit Zombie (2012) Steve gets the zombie infection from a mosquito but his fiancee still wants to get married. Directed by Casey Walker. Starring Kristopher Turner, Crystal Lowe, and Shawn Roberts.
Little Monsters (2019) A kindergarten teacher and musician try to save the children on a field trip from a zombie outbreak. Directed by Abe Forsythe. Starring Lupita Nyong’o, Alexander England, and Kat Stewart.
Livelihood (2005) Three zombies try to get their old lives back. Starring Steve Thomas, Michelle Trout, and Scott Graham and directed by Ryan Graham.
The Living Dead Girl (AKA La Morte Vivante) (1982) Starring Marina Pierro, Françoise Blanchard, and Mike Marshall and directed by Jean Rollin. An earthquake spills toxic waste that some grave robbers and it brings a girl back from the dead.
Locked Away (2017) An Iraq veteran returns home from the war to find zombies. Directed by Jason Morisette. Starring Travis Boswell, Ben Gordon, and Meagan Eager.
Lust of the Dead (2013) Based in Tokyo, females there are under attack by lusty zombies hungry for their human flesh – oh, and sex! Armed with assault rifles and explosives, a group of ladies set to face off against horny zombies.
Lust of the Dead 2 (2013) More lusty than the last, this sequel involves the same plot – men have been infected and turn into horny zombies. Scantily clad women must defend themselves.
Lust of the Dead 3 (2013) If you think these Lust of the Dead movies are bad, you’re wrong. They’re really bad.
Machine Head (2000) The high school son of a mortician invents a machine that reanimates the dead. Starring Jessica Bartz, Ginger Blanchatt, and Rich Cowden and directed by Michael Leonard Murphy.
The Mad (AKA Cacería de zombies) (2007) A small town diner serves tainted meat that turns the townspeople into zombies. Directed by John Kalangis. Starring Billy Zane, Maggie Castle, and Shauna MacDonald.
Maggie (2015) Maggie is infected with the Necroambulist virus which will eventually turn her into a zombie. Directed by Henry Hobson. Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Abigail Breslin, and Joely Richardson.
Make-Out with Violence (2008) High school twin brothers find that their friend Wendy has been turned into a zombie. Starring Eric Lehningm, Cody DeVos, and Leah High. Directed by The Deagol Brothers.
Maniac (AKA Sex Maniac) (1934) A vaudeville performer murders a scientist attempting to reanimate the dead and takes his place. Directed by Dwain Esper. Starring William Woods and Horace B. Carpenter.
Maniac Cop (1988) A murdered bad cop comes back from the dead and goes on a killing spree. Directed by William Lustig. Starring Tom Atkins, Bruce Campbell, and Laurene Landon.
Maniac Cop 2 (1990) The zombie bad cop continues his killing spree. Starring Robert Davi, Claudia Christian, and Michael Lerner. Directed by William Lustig.
Maniac Cop 3: Badge of Silence (1993) Bad cop turned zombie tries to clear a fellow cop’s name and attempts to turn her into a zombie too. Starring Robert Davi, Caitlin Dulany, and Gretchen Becker. Directed by William Lustig.
Mansion of the Living Dead (AKA La mansión de los muertos vivientes) (1982) Monks that formerly inhabited a resort hotel come back as zombies.
Meat Market (2000) Human survivors of a zombie apocalypse team up with three female vampires and a Mexican wrestler to find the cause. Directed by Brian Clement. Starring Claire Westby, Paul Pedrosa, and Alison Therriault.
Meat Market 2 (2001) Two human survivors and a vampire find refuge in a safe haven that zombies attack. Starring Claire Westby, Alison Therriault, and Stephan Eng. Directed by Brian Clement.
Meat Market 3 (2006) A couple find a rescue station overrun by zombies and set out to find another survivor. Starring Bronwyn Lee, Mike Hordy, and Chuck Depape and directed by Brian Clement.
Messiah of Evil (1973) A woman sets out to find her missing father last seen in a Californian seaside town that is controlled by a zombie cult. Directed by Willard Huyck. Starring Michael Greer, Marianna Hill, and Joy Bang.
The Midnight Hour (1985) A Halloween ritual accidentally brings back a witch who raises the dead to exact revenge. Starring Jonelle Allen, Shari Belafonte, and LeVar Burton. Directed by Jack Bender.
Mimesis (AKA Night of the Living Dead: Mimesis) (2011) A remake of Romero’s Night of the Living Dead (1978) directed by Douglas Schulze and starring Allen Maldonado, Lauren Mae Shafer, and Taylor Piedmonte.
Miruthan (2016) A chemical spill triggers a zombie apocalypse in Tamil Nadu, India. Directed by Shakti Soundar Rajan and starring Jayam Ravi and Lakshmi Menon.
Miss Zombie (2013) Zombies are domesticated in Japan. Watch one zombie slave revolt. Directed by Sabu and starring Toru Tezuka, Ayaka Komatsu, and Makoto Togashi.
Mortuary (2005) A family moves into a mortuary and encounters zombies. Starring Dan Byrd, Alexandra Adi, and Denise Crosby and directed by Tobe Hooper.
Mud Zombies (AKA Mangue Negro) (2008) Contaminated water in Espirito Santo, Brazil creates zombie which attack the fishing village. Directed by Rodrigo Aragão and starring Ricardo Araújo, Marcelo Castanheira, and Walderrama Dos Santos.
El Muerto (AKA The Dead One, El Muerto: The Dead One, The Dead One: El Muerto, The Dead One: An American Legend) (2007) A young man is sacrificed to the Aztec god of death and returns to fulfil a prophecy. Directed by Brian Cox. Starring Wilmer Valderrama, Angie Cepeda and Joel David Moore.
Mulberry Street (2006) An infection turns Manhattan residents into zombies. Starring Nick Damici, Kim Blair, and Ron Brice. Directed by Jim Mickle.
Mulva: Zombie Ass Kicker! (2001) Mulva fights zombies for her Halloween candy. Directed by Chris Seaver. Starring Missy Donatuti, Chris Seaver, and Mike Nicolai.
Mutant (AKA Night Shadows) (1984) Two brothers are run off the road and forced to stay the night in a zombie infested town. Starring Wings Hauser, Bo Hopkins, and Jody Medford and directed by John “Bud” Cardos.
Mutants (2009) During the zombie apocalypse, an infected man and a pregnant woman take refuge in an abandoned building. Directed by David Morlet and starring Hélène de Fougerolles, Francis Renaud, and Dida Diafat.
Mutant Vampire Zombies from the ‘Hood! (2008) A solar flare turns residents of Los Angeles into zombies that crave blood. Starring C. Thomas Howell, Tyshawn Bryant, and Rachel Montez Minor and directed by Thunder Levin.
Navy Seals vs. Zombies (2015) After a zombie outbreak in Baton Rouge, Navy Seals are sent in to retake the city. Directed by Stanton Barrett. Starring Ed Quinn, Michael Dudikoff, and Rick Fox.
Nazis at the Center of the Earth (2012) Nazi zombies are preparing for the return of the Third Reich on an underground continent accessible through Antartica. Starring Dominique Swain, Jake Busey, and Joshua Michael Allen. Directed by Joseph J. Lawson.
Necropolis Awakened (2002) An alcoholic veteran Prepper aims to stop a corporation doing genetic experiments and turning people into zombies in Oregon. Directed by Garrett White. Starring Duke White, Brandon White, and Garrett White.
The Night Eats the World (AKA La nuit a dévoré le monde) Fast, silent zombies take over Paris. Starring Anders Danielsen Lie, Golshifteh Farahani, and Denis Lavant. Directed by Dominique Rocher. Based on the novel by Pit Agarmen.
Night Life (AKA Grave Misdemeanors) (1989) A group of dead high school bullies are revived in a lightning storm and continue to harass the class nerd. Directed by David Acomba. Starring Scott Grimes, John Astin, and Cheryl Pollak.
Night of the Comet (1984) A comet either vaporizes people or turns them into zombies eleven days before Christmas. Only those who were in steel buildings or vehicles have survived. Starring Robert Beltran, Catherine Mary Stewart, and Kelli Maroney. Directed by Thom Eberhardt.
Night of the Creeps (1986) An alien parasite infects a fraternity member whose body is frozen. When he thaws during pledge week twenty-seven years later, he reanimates as a zombie and rampages through campus. Directed by Fred Dekker and starring Jason Lively, Steve Marshall, and Jill Whitlow.
Night of the Dead (2006) A scientist brings back his dead wife and daughter. Directed by Eric Forsberg. Starring Louis Graham, Joey Jalalian, and Gabriel Womack.
Night of the Living Dead (1968) Seven people are trapped in a Pennsylvania farmhouse surrounded by zombies. Starring Judith O’Dea, Duane Jones, and Marilyn Eastman and directed by George A. Romero. This is the first movie in Romero’s zombie trilogy that includes Dawn of the Dead (1978) and Day of the Dead (1985).
Night of the Living Dead (1990) A remake of Romero’s Night of the Living Dead (1978) directed by Tom Savini and starring Tony Todd and Patricia Tallman.
Night of the Living Dead (2014) A remake of Romero’s Night of the Living Dead (1978) directed by Chad Zuver and starring Calhoun Koenig, Tessa Hawkes, and Kayla Elizabeth.
Night of the Living Dead: Darkest Dawn (AKA Night of the Living Dead: Origins, Night of the Living Dead: Origins 3D) (2015) An animated remake of Romero’s Night of the Living Dead (1978) set in New York City with six survivors. Directed by Krisztian Majdik and Zebediah De Soto. Starring Tony Todd, Danielle Harris, and Bill Moseley.
Night of the Living Dead: Resurrection (2012) Based on Romero’s Night of the Living Dead (1978) set in West Wales, UK. Directed by James Plumb. Starring Sule Rimi, Kathy Saxondale, and Lee Bane.
Night of the Living Dead 3D (2006) A remake of Romero’s Night of the Living Dead (1978) in 3D directed by Jeff Broadstreet and starring Brianna Brown, Joshua DesRoches, and Sid Haig.
Night of the Living Dead 3D: Re-Animation (2012) Uncremated bodies in a mortuary are exposed to toxic waste in this prequel to Night of the Living Dead 3D (2006) directed by Jeff Broadstreet. Starring Andrew Divoff, Jeffrey Combs, and Denice Duff.
Night of the Living Deb (2015) Deb wakes up after a one-night stand to find the world has been overrun with zombies. Directed by Kyle Rankin and starring Maria Thayer, Michael Cassidy, and Ray Wise.
Night of the Living Dorks (AKA Die Nacht der lebenden Loser) (2004) A voodoo spell using zombie ashes and grocery store chicken meant to bring back Kurt Cobain instead brings back three high school dorks when they are killed in a car accident. Directed by Mathias Dinter. Starring Tino Mewes, Manuel Cortez, and Thomas Schmieder .
Night of the Seagulls (AKA La noche de las gaviotas, Don’t Go Out at Night, and Night of the Death Cult) (1974) Directed by Amando de Ossorio and starring Víctor Petit, María Kosti, and Sandra Mozarowsky. This is the fourth part of the Blind Dead series and the sequel to The Ghost Galleon (1974). The zombified Knights Templar return every seven years to demand the sacrifice of a maiden.
Night of the Zombies (1981) A CIA agent sent to bring back the U.S. Army Chemical Corps unit. Directed by Joel M. Reed and starring Jamie Gillis, Ryan Hilliard, and Ron Armstrong.
Nightmare City (AKA Incubo sulla città contaminata, City of the Walking Dead) (1980) Exposure to radiation turned Italian citizens into zombies. Directed by Umberto Lenzi and starring Hugo Stiglitz, Laura Trotter, and Maria Rosaria Omaggio.
The Night Shift (2011) A cemetery watchman contends with zombies, demons, werewolves and a rival cemetery after hours. Starring Khristian Fulmer, Erin Lilly, and Soren Odom and directed by Thomas Smith.
Ninjas vs. Zombies (2008) Seven friends in their early 30’s must battle a soul-sucking zombie with magically granted ninja powers. Directed by Justin Timpane. Starring Daniel Ross, Cory Okouchi, and Carla Okouchi.
Nudist Colony of the Dead (1991) Directed by Mark Pirro. Starring Deborah Stern, Tony Cicchetti, and Rachel Latt. Nudists vow revenge and commit suicde en mass, coming back as zombies.
Oasis of the Zombies (AKA La tumba de los muertos vivientes)(1982) A treasure hunting expedition to Africa encounters Nazi zombies. Directed by Jesús Franco. Starring Manuel Gélin, Eduardo Fajardo, and France Lomay.
The Odd Family: Zombie on Sale (2019) The patriarch of the Park family is bitten by a zombie in this South Korean film directed by Lee Min-jae and starring Jung Jae-young, Kim Nam-gil and Uhm Ji-won.
Office of the Dead (2009) Technology designed to make people happy doesn’t work as planned. Starring Edward Chen, Christina July Kim, and Shawn Parikh and directed by Matthew Chung.
Ojuju (2014) Romer’s Nigerian neighbors are infested with rabid river blindness through contaminated water and turn into zombies. Directed by C.J. Obasi. Starring Gabriel Afolayan, Omowunmi Dada, and Kelechi Udegbe.
The Ωmega Man (1971) Dr. Robert Neville is the last survivor of a zombie apocalypse. Starring Charlton Heston, Anthony Zerbe, and Rosalind Cash and directed by Boris Sagal.
One Cut of the Dead (AKA Don’t Stop the Camera!) (2017) A film crew is caught up in a real zombie apocalypse when filming a zombie movie. Directed by Shin’ichirô Ueda. Starring Takayuki Hamatsu, Mao, and Harumi Syuhama.
One Dark Night (1983) A teenage initiation rite means three girls are confronted by a revived telekinetic occultist in a mausoleum. Starring Meg Tilly, E.G. Daily, and Melissa Newman and directed by Tom McLoughlin.
Oneechanbara: The Movie (2008) A bikini clad, katana wielding cowgirl heroine is the town’s only hope against the zombies. Directed by Yôhei Fukuda and starring Eri Otoguro, Tomohiro Waki, Tarô Suwa. Based on the video game by Tamsoft.
Open Grave (2013) Survivors of the zombie apocalypse have amnesia. Directed by Gonzalo López-Gallego. Starring Sharlto Copley, Joseph Morgan, and Thomas Kretschmann.
Opstandelsen (2010) The zombie apocalypse inside a Danish church. Directed by Casper Haugegaard. Starring Marie Frohmé Vanglund, Mads Althoff, and Jonas Bjørn-Andersen.
Osombie (2012) Osama bin Laden is creating a zombie terrorist army. Starring Corey Sevier, Eve Mauro, and Jasen Wade and directed by John Lyde.
Ouanga (1936) A Haitian plantation owner raises zombies with voodoo because she was scorned by a white man. Directed by George Terwilliger. Starring Fredi Washington, Philip Brandon, and Marie Paxton.
Outpost (2008) U.S. ex-soldiers discover a German WWII bunker with Nazi zombies. Starring Ray Stevenson, Julian Wadham, and Richard Brake. Directed by Steve Barker.
Outpost: Black Sun (2012) The second installment of the Outpost movies has Nazi Storm-Troopers battling the U.S. Special Forces Unit to prevent the rise of the Fourth Reich. Directed by Steve Barker. Starring Catherine Steadman, Richard Coyle, and Ali Craig.
Outpost: Rise of the Spetsnaz (2013) This is the third installment of the Outpost movies. In it Nazi zombies battle the Russian Spetsnaz forces. Directed by Kieran Parker. Starring Bryan Larkin, Iván Kamarás, and Velibor Topic.
Overlord (2018) Nazi scientists are conducting experiments on villagers which are discovered by American paratroopers land that behind enemy lines a few days before D-Day. Starring Jovan Adepo, Wyatt Russell, and Mathilde Ollivier and directed by Julius Avery.
Ozone (1993) A cop is stabbed with a drug syringe and believes he is hallucinating until he too begins to transform into a zombie. Directed by J.R. Bookwalter.
Panic Beats (AKA Latidos de Pánico) (1983) A warlock returns from the dead every 100 years to murder women. This movie is the sequel to Horror Rises from the Tomb (1972) Directed by Paul Naschy and starring Moncho Alpuente and Servando Carballar.
Pathogen (2006) A fourteen year old girl realizes that contaminated water is turning people into zombies. She teams up with a researcher to find a cure. Directed by Emily Hagins. Starring Rose Kent-McGlew, Alec Herskowitz, and Tiger Darrow.
Patient Zero (2018) A mutated rabies epidemic creates a highly intelligent zombie. Directed by Stefan Ruzowitzky. Starring Matt Smith, Natalie Dormer, and Clive Standen.
Phantasm (1979) A supernatural undertaker turns humans into dwarf zombies that are used as slaves on another planet. Directed by Don Coscarelli and starring Michael Baldwin, Bill Thornbury, and Reggie Bannister.
Phantasm II (1988) A woman who has psychic dreams tries to stop the supernatural undertaker. Directed by Don Coscarelli. Starring Angus Scrimm, James LeGros and Reggie Bannister.
Phantasm III: Lord of the Dead (1994) The third installment picks up where Phantasm II (1988) leaves off as a small group of individuals attempt to stop the undertaker. Starring Reggie Bannister, A. Michael Baldwin, Angus Scrimm and directed by Don Coscarelli.
Phantasm IV: Oblivion (1998) The saga continues in the fourth installment. Starring A. Michael Baldwin, Reggie Bannister, and Bill Thornbury and directed by Don Coscarelli.
Phantasm: Ravager (2016) The final installment of the Phantasm movie series directed by David Hartman and starring A. Michael Baldwin, Reggie Bannister, and Angus Scrimm.
Plaga Zombie: Zona Mutante (2001) An alien virus caused a zombie outbreak and a pro-wrestler, medical student and nerd are the world’s only hope. Directed by and starring Pablo Parés and Hernán Sáez.
The Plague of the Zombies (1966) A plague in Cornwall is turning people into zombies who are forced to work in a mine. Directed by John Gilling. Starring André Morell, and Diane Clare, Brook Williams.
Plaguers (2008) There is a fuel spill on a space freight transport carrier that mutates a crew member into a zombie on its return to Earth. Starring Steve Railsback and Alexis Zibolis and directed by Brad Sykes.
Plan 9 from Outer Space (1959) Aliens plan to reanimate dead humans to stop them from creating a doomsday weapon thereby destroying the universe. Directed by Ed Wood and starring Gregory Walcott, Bela Lugosi, and Maila Nurmi.
Planet Terror (2007) A biochemical agent is released into the air and turns the townsfolk into zombies. Starring Rose McGowan, Freddy Rodriguez, and Michael Biehn and directed by Robert Rodriguez.
Pontypool (2008) A radio announcer and his crew experience the zombie apocalypse in Ontario in this film directed by Bruce McDonald and starring Stephen McHattie, Lisa Houle, and Georgina Reilly.
Pop Punk Zombies (2011) The band manager brings back a punk group as zombies to keep raking in the dough after their deaths. Starring Ian Kane, Nick Marinnuci, and Laura Savage. Directed by Steve Dayton.
Portrait of a Zombie (2012) An Irish man is accepted by his family for who he is–a zombie. Directed by Bing Bailey. Starring Todd Fletcher, Patrick Murphy, and Geraldine McAlinden.
Pot Zombies (2008) – Nuclear waste has made its way into the weed supply. Now the potheads have turned into flesh-craving pot zombies. Directed by Justin Powers.
Poultrygeist–Night of the Chicken Dead (2006) A fast-food chicken joint in New Jersey is under attack because it was built on Native American burial grounds. Starring Jason Yachanin, Kate Graham, and Allyson Sereboff and directed by Lloyd Kaufman.
Premutos: The Fallen Angel (AKA Premutos – Der gefallene Engel) (1997) A man accidentally brings a fallen angel back who takes over his body and raises an undead army. Starring André Stryi, Christopher Stacey, and Ella Wellmann. Directed by Olaf Ittenbach.
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (2016) Based on the book by Seth Grahame-Smith. Elizabeth, Jane, Kitty, Lydia, and Mary Bennet fight off the horde of zombies that attack during the ball in 19th century England. Directed by Burr Steers. Starring Lily James, Sam Riley, and Jack Huston.
The Prometheus Project (2010) Researchers test their regenerative serum on corpses with the expected results. Directed by Sean Tretta. Starring Tiffany Shepis, Louis Mandylor, and Scott Anthony Leet.
Pro Wrestlers vs Zombies (AKA Cody Knotts’ Pro Wrestlers vs Zombies) (2013) Pro-wrestlers battle zombies created by a demon called by another wrestler to avenge the death of his brother during a wrestling match. Directed by Cody Knotts. Starring Roddy Piper, Matt Hardy, and Kurt Angle.
Pushin’ Up Daisies (2010) A zombie outbreak interrupts a film crew’s documentary about a flower delivery man in George. Starring Sheehan O’Heron, Orlando Vicente, and Simon Sorrells and directed by Patrick Franklin.
Quarantine (2008) A TV reporter and her cameraman are quarantined with zombies. Directed by John Erick Dowdle. Starring Jennifer Carpenter, Steve Harris, and Columbus Short.
Quarantine 2 Terminal (2011) This movie takes place during the same zombie outbreak as Quarantine (2008) at an airport terminal instead of a quarantined building. Directed by John Pogue. Starring Mercedes Mason, Josh Cooke, and Mattie Liptak.
The Quick and the Undead (2006) The zombie apocalypse has sent America back to a civilization equivalent to the old West. Bounty hunters kill zombies now and some hunters are getting greedy. Starring Clint Glenn, Parrish Randall, and Nicola Giacobbe. Directed by Gerald Nott.
The Rage (2007) An experiment gone bad that results in zombie vultures directed by Robert Kurtzman and starring Andrew Divoff, Erin Brown, and Ryan Hooks.
Raiders of the Living Dead (1986) Executed convicts are turned into zombies and a teenager, his girlfriend and his grandfather set out to defeat them. Starring Scott Schwartz, Robert Deveau, and Robert Allen. Directed by Samuel M. Sherman.
Rammbock (2010) A viral outbreak in Berlin and a missing girlfriend mean Michael has his hands full. Directed by Marvin Kren and starring Michael Fuith, Theo Trebs, Anka Graczyk.
Rampant (AKA Chang-gwol)(2018) Europeans bring zombies to South Korea during the Joseon dynasty in this movie directed by Kim Sung-hoon and starring Hyun Bin, Ji-hye Seo, Tae-hoon Kim.
The Rape After (AKA Yin zhong) (1984) A demon impregnates a women who is then killed in a car accident. The fetus survives and calls up zombies. Directed by Tom Lau Moon-Tong.
Ravenous (AKA Les Affamés) (2017) The zombie apocalypse in rural Quebec. Directed by Robin Aubert. Starring Marc-André Grondin, Monia Chokri, and Brigitte Poupart.
Re-Animator (AKA H. P. Lovecraft’s Re-Animator) (1985) The first film in the Re-animator series, this movie is followed by Bride of Re-Animator (1990) and Beyond Re-Animator (2003). A medical student invents a reanimating agent and brings his professor back from the dead. Directed by Stuart Gordon. Starring Bruce Abbott, Barbara Crampton, and David Gale.
REC (2007) A found-footage film that follows the firefighter intervention of an apartment building in Barcelona, Spain that is full of zombies as filmed by a journalist and her cameraman. Directed by Jaume Balagueró and Paco Plaza. Starring Manuela Velasco, Ferrán Terraza, and Jorge-Yamam Serrano.
REC 2 (2009) A second found-footage film in the same apartment building, this time through the perspective of a medical officer and a GEO team. Starring Jonathan D. Mellor, Manuela Velasco, and Óscar Zafra. Directed by Jaume Balagueró and Paco Plaza.
REC 3: Genesis (2012) The viral infection from the Barcelona apartment building has spread. Wedding guests become infected miles away. Directed by Paco Plaza. Starring Leticia Dolera, Diego Martín, Ismael Martínez.
REC 4: Apocalypse (2014) The final installment of the REC series, brings back the journalist from the first REC movie who is now on a ship with an infected monkey on the loose. Directed by Jaume Balagueró. Starring Manuela Velasco, Paco Manzanedo, and Hector Colome.
Redcon-1 (AKA Redcon-1 – Army of the Dead) (2018) A British-American special forces team attempts to rescue a scientist from a horde of zombies that can fight back. Directed by Chee Keong Cheung and starring Katarina Waters.
Redneck Zombies (1989) Radioactive waste is mixed into moonshine turning anyone who drinks it into zombies in this film directed by Pericles Lewnes and starring Steve Sooy, Anthony M. Carr, and Ken Davis.
Reel Zombies (2008) Filmmakers find that their zombie movies aren’t profitable after the zombie apocalypse. Starring and directed by David J. Francis and Mike Masters. This movie follows Zombie Night (2003) and Zombie Night 2: Awakening (2006).
Re-Kill (2015) After the zombie apocalypse, a special unit has been created to clear out areas. A TV crew follows the unit around and films their actions, like Cops for the undead. Directed by Valeri Milev. Starring Bruce Payne, Daniella Alonso, and Roger Cross.
Remains (AKA Steve Niles’ Remains) (2011) Survivors of a nuclear disaster that turned most everyone into zombies take refuge in a Reno casino. Based on the comic book by Steve Niles, this movie is directed by Colin Theys and stars Miko Hughes, Lance Reddick, and Grant Bowler.
Resident Evil (2002) This movie is based on the video game series by Capcom. Alice has amnesia and wakes up in a mansion she doesn’t recognize. The T-virus infected those that worked in an underground lab beneath Racoon City. Alice and her crew attempt to contain the spread of the virus. Directed by Paul W. S. Anderson. Starring Milla Jovovich, Michelle Rodriguez, and Eric Mabius.
Resident Evil: Afterlife (2010) In part four of the Resident Evil series, Alice joins a group of survivors living in a prison who are looking for a safe haven in Arcadia. Directed by Paul W.S. Anderson and starring Milla Jovovich, Ali Larter, and Wentworth Miller.
Resident Evil: Apocalypse (2004) In part two of the Resident Evil series, Alice wakes up in a hospital in Racoon City and must escape before a nuclear bomb is detonated to eliminate the zombie infestation. Directed by Alexander Witt. Starring Milla Jovovich, Sienna Guillory, and Eric Mabius.
Resident Evil: Damnation (AKA Biohazard: Damnation) (2012) Leon S. Kennedy investigates the use of Bio-organic weapons in the Eastern Slav Republic in this second movie in the animated Japanese biopunk series. It is followed by Resident Evil: Vendetta (2017). Directed by Makoto Kamiya. Starring Matthew Mercer, Dave Wittenberg, and Wendee Lee.
Resident Evil: Degeneration (AKA Biohazard: Degeneration) (2008) Set in the same universe as the Resident Evil video games, this movie is an animated biopunk Japanese film that focuses on a T-virus infestation at Harvardville Airport. Directed by Makoto Kamiya. Starring Paul Mercier, Alyson Court, and Laura Bailey. It is the first of three films and is followed by Resident Evil: Damnation (2012) and Resident Evil: Vendetta (2017).
Resident Evil: Extinction (2007) Alice joins a group of survivors heading to Alaska across the Nevada desert in part three of the Resident Evil series. Starring Milla Jovovich, Ali Larter, and Oded Fehr and directed by Russell Mulcahy.
Resident Evil: The Final Chapter (2016) Alice is betrayed by a clone while attempting to destroy the Umbrella Corporation in the sixth part of the Resident Evil series. An anti-virus has been developed and Alice must retrieve it. Starring Milla Jovovich, Iain Glen, and Ali Larter and directed by Paul W. S. Anderson.
Resident Evil: Retribution (2012) In the fifth installment of the Resident Evil series, Alice is captured by the Umbrella Corporation and escapes the underwater testing facility in the Extreme North. Directed by Paul W. S. Anderson. Starring Milla Jovovich, Michelle Rodriguez, and Kevin Durand.
Resident Evil: Vendetta (AKA Biohazard: Vendetta) (2017) The third part of the animated Japanese biopunk series follows Chris Redford in his search for an international criminal. Directed by Takanori Tsujimoto. Starring Kevin Dorman, Matthew Mercer, and Erin Cahill.
Resident Zombie (2010) A strange series of undead adventures in this anthology. Directed by Oh Young-doo, Ryu Hoon, Hong Young-geun, and Jang Youn-jung.
Retardead (2008) In this sequel to Monsturd (2003), the same good doctor tries out an intelligence serum at a special education school resulting in zombies. Directed by Rick Popko and Dan West. Starring Rick Popko, Tony Adams, and Michael Allen.
Return of the Blind Dead (AKA Return of the Evil Dead, El ataque de los muertos sin ojos) (1973) This is the second of four films in the Blind Dead series directed by Amando de Ossorio following the story of the Knights Templar zombies. Starring Tony Kendall, Fernando Sancho, and Esperanza Roy.
Return of the Bloodsucking Nazi Zombies (2010) An android with the capability of turning humans into zombies is sent to Earth. Directed by Mathis Vogel. Starring Alexander Bakshaev.
The Return of the Living Dead (1985) A warehouse owner unleashes a zombie horde on the town when he accidently opens a chemical drum. Directed by Dan O’Bannon and starring Clu Gulager, James Karen and Don Calfa.
Return of the Living Dead: Necropolis (2005) Teenagers accidently release a horde of zombies when trying to rescue their friend who has been taken by a corporation that has been using toxic waste from Chernobyl to reanimate the dead. This is the fourth film in the Return of the Living Dead series directed by Ellory Elkayem. Starring Aimee-Lynn Chadwick, Cory Hardrict, and John Keefe.
Return of the Living Dead Part II (1988) A military truck loses a barrel of toxic material in Louisville. It ends up in the sewer and a group of teenagers find it. Acid rain causes the toxic material to reanimate corpses in the cemetery. Directed by Ken Wiederhorn. Starring Michael Kenworthy, Marsha Dietlein, and Dana Ashbrook. This is the sequel to The Return of the Living Dead (1985).
Return of the Living Dead: Rave to the Grave (2005) College students that have taken a new recreational drug called “Z” turn into zombies and attack a rave. Starring Peter Coyote, Aimee-Lynn Chadwick, and Cory Hardrict. Directed by Ellory Elkayem. This is the fifth and final film in the Return of the Living Dead series.
Return of the Living Dead 3 (1993) A teenager attempts to bring his dead girlfriend back to life. Directed by Brian Yuzna. Starring Kent McCord, James T. Callahan, and Sarah Douglas. This is the third film in the Return of the Living Dead series.
The Returned (AKA Retornados) (2013) A zombie pandemic can be controlled with a daily dose of medication extracted from dead feral zombies. The drug becomes increasingly more difficult to find. Directed by Manuel Carballo. Starring Emily Hampshire, Kris Holden-Ried, and Shawn Doyle.
The Revenant (2009) A soldier that died in Iraq comes back as an articulate zombie that needs blood to survive. He and his best buddy launch a vigilante campaign in Los Angeles in this film directed by D. Kerry Prior. Starring David Anders, Chris Wylde, and Louise Griffiths.
Revenge of the Living Dead Girls (AKA La revanche des mortes vivantes) (1987) Toxic waste dumping causes the zombie apocalypse in France. Directed by Pierre B. Reinhard. Starring Véronique Catanzaro, Kathryn Charly, and Sylvie Novak.
Revenge of the Zombies (1943) A Nazi scientist that has been making zombies in the Louisiana swamplands is challenged by one of his own creations. Starring John Carradine, Gale Storm, and Robert Lowery. Directed by Steve Sekely.
Revolt of the Zombies (1936) An expedition to find the location of a formula that can turn the dead into zombies is undertaken. Starring Dorothy Stone, Dean Jagger, and Roy D’Arcy and directed by Victor Halperin.
The Rezort (2015) After the zombies from the zombie apocalypse are contained on an island, they are hunted for sport at the Rezort. Directed by Steve Barker and starring Dougray Scott, Jessica De Gouw, and Martin McCann.
Rika: The Zombie Killer (2008) (AKA Saikyô heiki joshikôsei: Rika – zonbi hantâ vs saikyô zonbi Gurorian) A high school girl skips school to visit her grandfather and encounters zombies in this Japanese movie directed by Ken’ichi Fujiwara. Starring Mina Arai, Lemon Hanazawa, and Kotoha Hiroyama.
Rise of the Dead (2007) In small town in Ohio, the undead attack! Even the closest of friends cannot help with the evil forces at hand.
Rise of the Zombies (AKA Dead Walking) A virus found in the water causes the zombie apocalypse in San Francisco. Survivors take refuge on Alcatraz Island in this movie directed by Nick Lyon and starring Mariel Hemingway, LeVar Burton, and Danny Trejo.
Romeo & Juliet vs. The Living Dead (2009) Juliet falls in love with Romeo who is a zombie in this movie directed by Ryan Denmark. Starring Hannah Kauffmann, Jason Witter, and Mark Chavez.
The Roost (2005) Four friends are stranded on a farm on the way to a Halloween wedding and are attacked by all sorts of creatures including zombies. Starring Tom Noonan, Karl Jacob, and Vanessa Horneff and directed by Ti West.
Route 666 (2001) Government agents are attacked by zombies on a desert highway after they capture a runaway federal witness. Directed by William Wesley. Starring Lou Diamond Phillips, Lori Petty, and Steven Williams.
Run! (2013) A flu-like virus turns the city of Phnom Penh into zombies. This Cambodian film is directed by Oudom Touch and stars Samol Odes and Vathanak Seth.
Santa vs. The Zombies (2011) Ho ho ho! A suburban family becomes barricaded in their house following a zombie plague. Santa and a few elves are stuck with them.
Santo and Blue Demon vs. the Monsters (AKA Santo el enmascarado de plata y Blue Demon contra los monstruos)(1970) Mexcian wrestler Santo teams up with another wrestler, the Blue Demon, to battle another mad scientist and his band of reanimated monsters. Directed by Gilberto Martínez Solares. Starring Santo, Blue Demon, and Ivan J. Rado.
Santo vs. the Zombies (AKA Santo contra los zombies)(1962) A Mexican wrestler battles a scientist and his band of zombies in this movie directed by Benito Alazraki and starring Santo, Armando Silvestre, and Jaime Fernández.
Samurai Zombie (AKA Yoroi: Samurai zonbi)(2008) When a man cuts his own head off in a graveyard, he reanimates an ancient Japanese samurai zombie. This South Korean film is directed by Tak Sakaguchi and stars Mitsuru Fukikoshi, Issei Ishida, and Tak Sakaguchi.
Sars Wars (AKA Khun krabii hiiroh)(2004) The SARS virus has mutated to a zombie virus in Africa. The hero is determined to save the girl while the scientist searching for the cure accidently infects himself. This film from Thailand was directed by Taweewat Wantha and stars Suthep Po-ngam, Supakorn Kitsuwon, and Phintusuda Tunphairao.
Scary or Die (2012) The five zombie shorts in this movie were directed by Bob Badway, Michael Emanuel, and Igor Meglic. Starring Corbin Bleu and Bill Oberst Jr.
Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island (1998) Mystery, Inc. has disbanded but got together for one last hoorah. They travel to an island and encounter the reanimated corpse of the pirate Morgan Moonscar. Directed by Jim Stenstrum and starring Scott Innes, Billy West, and Mary Kay Bergman.
Scooby-Doo! Return to Zombie Island (2019) The gang heads to an island for a vacation, but find that the location is eerily similar to their last zombie adventures. Directed by Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton and Ethan Spaulding. Starring Matthew Lillard, Frank Welker, and Grey Griffin.
School-Live! (2019) A zombie outbreak occurs at a high school dormitory in this Japanese film directed by Issei Shibata based on the manga series by Norimitsu Kaihō. Starring Midori Nagatsuki, Nanami Abe, and Wakana Majima.
Schoolgirl Apocalypse (AKA Sailor Suit Apocalypse)(2011) All the men in a small Japanese village have turned into zombies and are attacking the women. A teenage schoolgirl must learn how to survive armed with her bow and an English textbook. Directed by John Cairns and starring Higarino and Mai Tsujimoto.
Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse (2015) Three high school students are trying for their Condor Patch when the zombie apocalypse occurs in this movie directed by Christopher B. Landon and starring Tye Sheridan, Logan Miller, and Joey Morgan.
Seoul Station (2016) This South Korean animated film is the prequel to Train to Busan (2016). A former prostitute is at the Seoul train station when the zombie apocalypse occurs. Directed by Yeon Sang-ho. Starring Ryu Seung-ryong, Shim Eun-kyung, and Lee Joon.
The Serpent and the Rainbow (1988) A Harvard professor heads to Haiti to investigate a drug used by voodoo practitioners to bring back the dead. Starring Bill Pullman, Cathy Tyson, and Zakes Mokae and directed by Wes Craven.
Severed: Forest of the Dead (2005) A logger on a remote Canadian island is injured and the genetically modified tree sap turns him into a zombie. Directed by Carl Bessai and starring Paul Campbell, Sarah Lind, and JR Bourne.
Shadow: Dead Riot (2006) A voodoo-practicing serial killer comes back with a zombie horde and attacks a women’s prison. Directed by Derek Wan. Starring Tony Todd and Carla Greene.
Shaolin vs. Evil Dead (AKA Shao Lin jiang shi)(2004) A mad scientist creates zombies that fight the Shaolin monks. This Japanese film is directed by Douglas Kung and stars Chia-Hui Liu, Siu-Wong Fan, and Man Kit Cheung.
Shaolin vs. Evil Dead: Ultimate Power (AKA Shao Lin jiang shi tian ji) (2007) A Taoist priest is turned into a vampire and the Master Killer must use his incredible kung fu skills to battle zombies, vampires and sorcerers. This sequel to Shaolin vs. Evil Dead (2004) is directed by Douglas Kung and stars Siu-Wong Fan, Marsha Yuen, and Siu-Ming Lau.
Shatter Dead (1994) Susan survives the zombie apocalypse caused by an angel impregnating a mortal woman. Directed by Scooter McCrae and starring Stark Raven, Flora Fauna, and Daniel ‘Smalls’ Johnson.
Shaun of the Dead (2004) Shaun makes a play to get his ex-girlfriend back but is interrupted by the zombie apocalypse. Directed by Edgar Wright. Starring Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, and Kate Ashfield.
Shed of the Dead (2019) Trevor and Graham spend their days fantasy games in their shed. Then the zombie apocalypse happens. Starring Kane Hodder, Michael Berryman, and Bill Moseley and directed by Drew Cullingham.
Shock Waves (1977) Tourists find Nazi zombies on a resort island in this film directed by Ken Wiederhorn. Starring Peter Cushing, John Carradine, and Brooke Adams.
Sick: Survive the Night (2012) Survivors of the zombie apocalypse take shelter in a military bunker. Starring Christina Annie Aceto, Richard Sutton, and Robert Nolan and directed by Ryan M. Andrews.
Silent Night Zombie Night (2009) A viral outbreak in Los Angeles triggers the zombie apocalypse a week before Christmas. Directed by Sean Cain. Starring Frank Forcinito, Andy Hopper, and Nadine Stenovitch.
Siren (2006) Don’t go outside when the siren sounds. Directed by Yukihiko Tsutsumi. Starring Yui Ichikawa, Leo Morimoto, and Naoki Tanaka.
The Sky Has Fallen (2009) After a virus decimates most of the world’s population, demons arrive to turn the dead into zombies for their army. Starring Carey MacLaren, Laurel Kemper, and Cory Knisely and directed by Doug Roos.
Special Dead (2006) A group of hikers drink contaminated water and attack a camp of the developmentally disabled as zombies. Directed by Thomas L. Phillips and Sean Simmons. Starring Jason Brubaker, Amy Wade, and Gia Natale.
Splinter (2008) A gas station attendant is attacked by a rabid animal that has splinters. People he kills return as zombies. Directed by Toby Wilkins. Starring Shea Whigham, Paulo Costanzo, and Jill Wagner.
Stacy: Attack of the Schoolgirl Zombies (2001) This Japanese movie is based on a novel by Kenji Ohtsuki. Every girl between the ages of 14 and 16 years old dies and comes back as a zombie. Directed by Naoyuki Tomomatsu. Starring Norman England, Tomoka Hayashi, and Yukijiro Hotaru.
Stag Night of the Dead (2010) After the zombie apocalypse, a bachelor party is arranged at a military bunker where zombies are used in a paintball game. Directed by Neil Jones. Starring Sebastian Street, Rez Kempton, and Jeff Rudom.
Stalled (2013) A maintenance worker is trapped in the women’s bathroom during the zombie apocalypse on Christmas Eve. Starring Dan Palmer. Chris R Wright, and Mark Holden and directed by Christian James.
State of Emergency (2011) An explosion at a chemical plant turns people into zombies in this film directed by Turner Clay. Starring Jay Hayden, Tori White, and Scott Lilly.
The Stink of Flesh (2005) The story of a small group of survivors, including conjoined twins, after the zombie apocalypse. Directed by Scott Phillips and starring Diva, Kurly Tlapoyawa, and Ross Kelly.
Sugar Hill (1974) A photographer seeks assistance from the voodoo queen to revenge the murder of her boyfriend in this film directed by Paul Maslansky. Starring Marki Bey, Robert Quarry, and Don Pedro Colley.
The Supernaturals (1986) Dead Confederate soldier zombies seek revenge in this film directed by Armand Mastroianni and starring Maxwell Caulfield, Nichelle Nichols, and Talia Balsam.
Surf II (1984) A scientist wants to rid the beaches of surfers and creates a soda that turns drinkers into zombies. Directed by Randall M. Badat. Starring Eddie Deezen, Linda Kerridge, and Eric Stoltz.
Survival of the Dead (AKA George A. Romero’s Survival of the Dead) (2009) AWOL National Guardsmen head to an island off the coast of Delaware inhabited by feuding Irish families, one of which is keeping its zombie dead safe. Directed by George A. Romero. Starring Alan van Sprang, Kenneth Welsh, and Kathleen Munroe. This is the sixth and final movie in Romero’s Night of the Living Dead series.
Swamp Zombies (2017) A doctor’s experiments are disposed of in the swamp. Starring Brian Heffron, Jasmin St. Claire, and Pamela Sutch and directed by Len Kabasinski.
Tales from the Crypt Presents: Ritual (2002) A disgraced doctor takes a caretaking position in Jamaica. Directed by Avi Nesher. Starring Jennifer Grey, Craig Sheffer, and Tim Curry.
Tales of Terror (1962) A series of shorts based on the stories by Edgar Allen Poe. Directed by Roger Corman and starring Vincent Price, Peter Lorre, and Basil Rathbone.
Teenage Zombies (1959) A group of teenagers are captured by a scientist and her zombie slave on a remote island in this film directed by Jerry Warren, starring Katherine Victor, Don Sullivan, and Chuck Niles.
Terror-Creatures from the Grave (AKA 5 tombe per un medium) (1966) The recently deceased owner of a castle was known for bringing back plague victims as zombies for revenge in this Italian movie directed by Domenico Massimo Pupillo. Starring Barbara Steele, Walter Brandi, and Mirella Maravidi.
They Came Back (AKA Les Revenants) (2004) The recently departed have come back as zombies and attempt to reintegrate into life in a small French town. Starring Géraldine Pailhas, Jonathan Zaccaï, and Frédéric Pierrot and directed by Robin Campillo.
They Walk (2010) A meteorite shower reanimates the dead. This movie follows five groups of survivors in West Virginia. Directed by Charles House II. Starring David Young, Paul Chresomales, and Jessica McLaughlin.
Tokyo Zombie (AKA Tōkyō Zonbi) Bodies tossed in a toxic waste dump become zombies. Two guys that work at a fire extinguisher factory are Tokyo’s only hope in this Japanese movie directed by Sakichi Sato. Starring Tadanobu Asano, Show Aikawa, and Erika Okuda.
Tombs of the Blind Dead (AKA La noche del terror ciego) (1972) This is the first film in the Blind Dead series directed by Amando de Ossorio. It’s followed by 3 more films, Return of the Blind Dead (1973), The Ghost Galleon (1974) and Night of the Seagulls (1975) all of which feature the blind zombie Templar Knights. Starring Lone Fleming and César Burner.
Toxic Zombies (AKA Bloodeaters, Forest of Fear) (1980) Pot fields are sprayed with a toxin by the government turning users into zombies. Starring Charles McCrann, Beverly Shapiro, and Dennis Helfend and directed by Charles McCrann.
Trailer Park of Terror (2008) Based on the comic series by Imperium Comics, this movie is directed by Steven Goldmann. Starring Nichole Hiltz, Matthew Del Negro, and Trace Adkins. A youth group shelters in a trailer park after their bus crashes. The undead manager and her trailer trash cronies pick them off one-by-one.
Train to Busan (AKA Busanhaeng) (2016) This South Korean movie is the sequel to Seoul Station (2016). The zombie apocalypse happens while people are on the train to Busan and passengers are in danger. Directed by Yeon Sang-ho. Starring Gong Yoo, Ma Dong-seok, and Jung Yu-mi.
Trip Ubusan: The Lolas vs. Zombies (2017) A girl and her grandparents take a bus trip during the zombie apocalypse in the Philippines. Directed by Mark A. Reyes. Starring Jose Manalo, Wally Bayola, and Paolo Ballesteros.
Two Front Teeth (2006) ‘Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house, not a creature was stirring, except – zombie elves! Directed by Jamie Nash and David Thomas Sckrabulis.
Uncle Sam (1996) Master Sergeant Sam Harper is killed by friendly fire in Kuwait and reanimates as a zombie. Directed by William Lustig and starring Isaac Hayes.
Undead (2003) A meteorite shower turns residents of a small town in Australia into zombies. Directed by The Spierig Brothers. Starring Rob Jenkins, Mungo McKay, and Felicity Mason.
Undead or Alive: A Zombedy (2007) Native American Geronimo cursed all white men before his death, so now they become zombies in the old West. Starring Chris Kattan, James Denton, and Navi Rawat and directed by Glasgow Phillips.
Undead Pool (AKA Attack Girls’ Swim Team vs. The Undead) (2007) High school teachers and students receive a virus instead of a vaccine and turn into zombies. The swim team is seemingly immune. Directed by Koji Kawano and starring Sasa Handa, Yuria Hidaka, and Ayumi Tokitō.
Urban Decay (2007) A taxi driver investigates the urban legend of Puss Head. Directed by Harry Basil. Starring Dean Cain, Brooke Burns, and Chris Williams.
Valley of the Zombies (1946) Blood is being stolen from a lab to feed hungry zombies. Directed by Philip Ford. Starring Robert Livingston, Lorna Gray, and Ian Keith.
Vampires vs. Zombies (AKA Carmilla, the Lesbian Vampire) (2008) Based on the story Carmilla by Sheridan Le Fanu. A girl is infected with a mysterious disease. In the search for the cure, she and her father come across zombies, vampires, and cannibals. Directed by Vince D’Amato. Starring Bonny Giroux, C.S. Munro, and Maritama Carlson.
The Vanguard (2008) The zombie apocalypse coupled with overpopulation and famine. Directed by Matthew Hope. Starring Karen Admiraal, Jack Bailey, and Emma Choy.
Van Helsing (2004) Van Helsing is a monster hunter sent to Transylvania to stop some shenanigans of the undead variety there. Directed by Stephen Sommers and starring Hugh Jackman, Kate Beckinsale, and Richard Roxburgh.
Vengeance of the Zombies (AKA La rebelión de las muertas) (1973) Murdered women in England are turned into zombies by an East Indian. Starring Paul Naschy, Rommy, and Mirta Miller and directed by León Klimovsky.
No Other Way (AKA Vere Vazhi Ille) (2015) A Swamiji on the sixth floor of a shopping complex is trapping souls into dead bodies making zombies. The new security guard must save the world in this Malaysia Tamil language movie directed by M.S. Prem Nath. Starring Denes Kumar, Jasmine Michael, and Sai Prashanth.
Versus (2000) The portal to the other side is found in the Forest of Resurrection and those buried there come back as zombies in this Japanese film directed by Ryûhei Kitamura. Starring Tak Sakaguchi, Hideo Sakaki, and Chieko Misaka.
V/H/S (2012) This film is presented as found footage clips of paranormal events including one featuring a zombie directed by Adam Wingard.
V/H/S/2 (AKA S-VHS) (2013) Another series of found footage that includes a zombie segment directed by Eduardo Sánchez and Gregg Hale.
V/H/S: Viral (2014) The third film presented as found footage including one story that contains reanimated corpses directed by Justin Benson and Aaron Scott Moorhead.
Video Dead (1987) Zombies come through the TV in this film directed by Robert Scott. Starring Roxanna Augesen, Rocky Duvall, and Michael St. Michaels.
A Virgin Among the Living Dead (AKA La nuit des étoiles filantes) (1973) Christine meets her estranged family and discovers they are all zombies. Starring Christina von Blanc, Britt Nichols, and Howard Vernon and directed by Jesús Franco.
Virus Undead (AKA Beast Within) (2008) A H5N1-like viral pandemic turns infected into zombies in this German film starring Philipp Danne, Birthe Wolter, and Anna Breuer. Directed by Wolf Wolff and Ohmuthi.
Voodoo (1995) A college student pledges to a fraternity that practices voodoo. Directed by Rene Eram. Starring Corey Feldman, Jack Nance, and Joel J. Edwards.
Voodoo Dawn (1991) A voodoo priest living in the U.S. South turns Haitian plantation workers into zombies. Directed by Steven Fierberg. Starring Gina Gershon, Tony Todd, and Raymond St. Jaques.
Voodoo Island (1957) A potential investment property turns out to be filled with zombies and man-eating plants. Starring Boris Karloff, Beverly Tyler, and Murvyn Vye and directed by Reginald Le Borg.
Voodoo Man (1944) A doctor is transferring the life essence from young girls into his dead wife’s body to keep her alive. The girls become zombies. Directed by William Beaudine. Starring Bela Lugosi, John Carradine, and George Zucco.
The Walking Dead (2010) Sheriff Rick Grimes wakes from a coma amidst a zombie apocalypse. He leads a small group of survivors in establishing some sort of civilization over the next 10 years in this series. Starring Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, and Melissa McBride.
War of the Dead (2011) Prisoners of war are turned into zombies by the German army during World War II. Directed by Marko Mäkilaakso. Starring Andrew Tiernan and Mikko Leppilampi.
Warm Bodies (2013) A self-aware zombie saves a living girl and they develop a romantic attachment. Based on the novel by Isaac Marion. Directed by Jonathan Levine. Starring Nicholas Hoult, Teresa Palmer, and John Malkovich.
Warning Sign (1985) A secret government lab has an accidental viral outbreak and scientists scramble to come up with an antidote for zombism. Directed by Hal Barwood. Starring Sam Waterston, Kathleen Quinlan, and Yaphet Kotto.
Waxwork (1988) A group of high school students visit a waxworks museum where the statues are voodoo-reanimated dead people. Directed by Anthony Hickox and starring Zach Galligan, Deborah Foreman, and Michelle Johnson.
Waxwork II: Lost in Time (1992) A zombie hand from one of the waxwork statues kills a girl’s stepfather. She and her friend search for a way to prove her innocence. Directed by Anthony Hickox. Starring Zach Galligan, Alexander Godunov, and Monika Schnarre.
Weekend at Bernie’s II (1993) Two guys and a voodoo queen try to get a hold of dead Bernie’s money. Directed by Robert Klane. Starring Andrew McCarthy, Jonathan Silverman, and Terry Kiser.
What We Become (AKA Sorgenfri) (2015) The zombie apocalypse happens in the Danish suburb of Sorgenfri. Directed by Bo Mikkelson and starring Mille Dinesen, Troels Lyby, and Benjamin Engell.
White Zombie (1932) A witch doctor turns a woman into a zombie in Haiti. Directed by Victor Halperin. Starring Bela Lugosi, Madge Bellamy, and Joseph Cawthorn.
Wicked Little Things (2006) A mining accident in Pennsylvania trapped three children beneath the rubble in 1913. They come back as zombies. Starring Lori Heuring, Scout Taylor-Compton, and Chloë Grace Moretz. Directed by J.S. Cardone.
Wild Zero (1999) Aliens control a horde of zombies and a Japanese rock bank is the world’s only hope. Directed by Tetsuro Takeuchi. Starring Guitar Wolf, Drum Wolf, and Bass Wolf.
Woke Up Dead (2010) In this comedy, a confused zombie tries to solve the mystery of how he drowned in the bathtub.
Woman Eater (1958) A scientist feeds women to a magic tree in the Amazon in return for the serum that brings the dead back to life. Starring George Coulouris and Vera Day. Directed by Charles Saunders.
The World of the Dead (AKA El mundo del los muertos)(1970) Wrestling heros Santo and Blue Demon take on a witch who controls a horde of zombies. Directed by Gilberto Martínez Solares. Starring Santo, Blue Demon, and Pilar Pellicer.
World War Z (2013) A UN investigator travels the world to find a way to stop the zombie outbreak. Starring Brad Pitt and directed by Marc Forster.
Wyrmwood (AKA Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead) (2014) A meteor shower triggers the zombie apocalypse in the Australian outback. Directed by Kiah Roache-Turner. Starring Jay Gallagher, Bianca Bradey, and Leon Burchill.
Yummy (2019) A zombie outbreak at the plastic surgeon’s in Eastern Europe. Directed by Lars Damoiseaux. Starring Maaike Neuville, Bart Hollanders, and Benjamin Ramon.
Z airando (AKA Deadman Inferno) (2015) A Japanese transnational organized crime syndicate member is released and ready to pay his debts to society, but first he must rescue the daughter of a friend from an island overrun with zombies. A four-part mini-series prequel was also released called Z island. Directed by Hiroshi Shinagawa and starring Shô Aikawa, Han’nya, and Kunihiro Kawashima.
Zeder (1983) (AKA Revenge of the Dead) An Italian novelist finds clues to the mystery of K-zones, where death ceases to exist, on his typewriter ribbon. Directed by Pupi Avati. Starring Gabriele Lavia and Anne Canovas.
Zeta: When the Dead Awaken (2019) An amoeba parasite wreaks havoc and the zombie killer gang Blue River is the only hope for civilization in this Indonesian movie directed by Amanda Iswan and starring Cut Mini Theo, Jeff Smith, and Dimas Aditya.
Zibahkhana (AKA Hell’s Ground) (2007) A problem with the local Pakistaini water supply is the first sign of a zombie invasion in this slasher film directed by Omar Ali Khan and starring Ashfaq Bhatti, Sultan Billa, and Osman Khalid Butt.
ZMD: Zombies of Mass Destruction (2010) The island town of Port Gamble is hit by a zombie virus outbreak. Directed by Kevin Hamedani. Starring Ramon Isao and Kevin Hamedani.
Zombeavers (2014) University students vacationing along the river are attacked by zombie beavers transformed by a toxic spill. Starring Rachel Melvin, Hutch Dano, Cortney Palm and Lexi Atkins and directed by Jordan Rubin.
Zombi 3 (1988) A biological weapon escapes the research facility and infects soldiers and tourists on the island. This movie is also directed by Lucio Fulci and is the second film in the series after Zombi 2 (aka Zombie). It stars Deran Sarafian, Beatrice Ring, and Ottaviano Dell’acqua.
Zombi Child (2020) Teenage Franny becomes friends with Melissa from Haiti when her family moves to France. Based on the life of Clairvius Narcisse. Directed by Bertrand Bonello and starring Louise Labeque, Wislanda Louimat, and Adilé David.
Zombi Kampung Pisang (AKA Zombies from Banana Village) (2007) Zombies appear in a remote Malaysian village in this comedy horror directed by Mamat Khalid and starring Awie, Ezlyn, AC Mizal and Que Haidar.
Zombibi (AKA Zombie Kill!) (2012) A Russian space probe brings a green slime that turns the people of Amsterdam-West into zombies. Directed by Martijn Smits and Erwin van den Eshof, this movie stars Yahya Gaier, Gigi Ravelli and Mimoun Ouled Radi.
Zombie (1979) A New York man is murdered by ghouls aboard what was supposed to be an abandoned yacht.
Zombie 108 (2012) Local gangs refuse to evacuate when a zombie virus affects Taipei, Japan. Directed by Joe Chien and starring Morris Hsiang Jung, Yvonne Yao, and Sona Eyambe.
Zombie Apocalypse (2010) College roommates go out for a night only to find a stranger with a machete and a pile of undead. They must fight their way to survival.
Zombie Apocalypse: Redemption (2011) Set in a world where zombies outnumber humans. Directed by Ryan Thompson and starring Ryan Lieske and Matthew O’Day.
Zombie Ass: Toilet of the Dead (2011) A parasite spawns feces-covered undead in Japan. Directed by Noboru Iguchi and starring ARisa Nakamura, Asana Mamoru and Mayu Sugano.
Zombie Beach (2010) A beach is the domain of the dead in this movie starring Mukesh Asopa, Katherine Stefanski, and Kamal Nandi and directed by Mukesh Asopa.
Zombie Bloodbath (1993) Teenagers save the day when radiation from a nuclear plant brings Native Americans buried underneath back to life. Directed by Todd Sheets.
Zombie Bloodbath 2: Rage of the Undead (1995) An animated scarecrow raises the dead. Directed by Todd Sheets and starring Dave Miller, Kathleen McSweeney, and Gena Fischer.
Zombie Bloodbath 3: Zombie Armageddon (2000) Time travel and space shuttles feature prominent places in this slasher movie. Directed by Todd Sheets and starring Abe Dyer, Curtis Spencer, and Blake Washer.
Zombie Brigade (1988) Zombies are unleashed when a town blows up a war memorial in Australia. Directed by Carmelo Musca and Barrie Pattison. Starring John Moore and Gerry Farron.
Zombie Chronicles (2001) A reporter interviews a man named Ebenezer who tells her the story of a zombie uprising. Starring Emmy Smith, Joe Haggerty and Garret Clancy. Directed by Brad Sykes.
Zombie Diaries (2006) A viral pandemic decimates the population in this movie directed by Michael G. Bartlett that stars Scott Ainslie, Toby Bowman, and Victoria Summer.
Zombie Farm (2007) The Taliban poisons the local water supply in Muerto Verde and the cannibal farmers become zombies. Starring Bobby Field, Javier Morga, and Kimberly Fisher. Directed by B. Luciano Barsuglia.
Zombie Fight Club (2014) Prisoners are paired with zombies at this fight club. Directed by Joe Chien and starring Andy On, Jessica Cambensy, and Michael Wong.
Zombie High (AKA The School That Ate My Brain) (1987) School faculty harvest chemicals from students turning them into zombies. Rock music comes to the rescue in this movie directed by Ron Link and starring Virginia Madsen, Richard Cox and James Wilder.
Zombie Holocaust (AKA Doctor Butcher M.D.) (1980) Italian scientists must escape a madman, zombies and cannibals. Starring Ian McCulloch, Alexandra Delli Colli and Sherry Buchanan and directed by Marino Girolami.
Zombie Honeymoon (2004) How much can true love endure? Directed by David Gebroe. Starring Tracy Coogan, Graham Sibley, Tonya Cornelisse.
Zombie Hunter (2013) After an experimental drug turns most of the population into zombies, the zombie hunter has plenty to do. Directed by Kevin King, starring Danny Trejo, Martin Copping and Clare Niederpruem.
Zombie Island Massacre (2010) Americans on vacation in the Caribbean visit a nearby island at night. A voodoo ritual takes a turn for the worse. Directed by John N. Carter.
Zombie King and the Legion of Doom (AKA Enter… Zombie King and Zombie Pool Party) (2003) Luchadores, masked Mexican wrestlers, fight zombies in this movie directed by Stacey Case and starring Jules Delmore, Raymond Carle, Jennifer Thom, Rob Etcheverria.
Zombie Lake (1981) German soldiers killed by the Resistance come back as zombies when their bodies are thrown into a lake in France. Directed by Jean Rollin. Starring Howard Vernon, Pierre-Marie Escourrou, and Anouchka.
Zombie Massacre (AKA Apocalypse Z) (2013) A weaponized bacteria escapes the government facility in Eastern Europe. Directed by Luca Boni and starring Tara Cardinal, Mike Mitchell, and Christian Boeving.
Zombie Massacre 2: Reich of the Dead (2017) Set during the peak of WWII, Allied soldiers fight against an army of the undead, created by the Nazi’s genetic experiments.
Zombie Nation (2004) Female zombies take revenge on a murderous cop. Starring Gunter Ziegler, Brandon Dean, and Axel Montgomery and directed by Ulli Lommel.
Zombie Night (2003) Zombies become an after-dark threat after World War 3 in this Canadian movie directed by David J. Francis and starring Danny Ticknovich and Sandra Segovic.
Zombie Night (2013) Two families in a small Californian town must survive a night-time zombie attack. Starring Anthony Michael Hall, Daryl Hannah and Jennifer Taylor and directed by John Gulager.
Zombie Night 2: Awakening (2006) Mosquitoes spread the zombie virus in this sequel to Zombie Night (2003) which is followed by the third movie in the series Zombie Reel. Starring Sharon DeWitt, Kari Grace and Dan Rooney and directed by David J. Francis
Zombie Nightmare (1986) A hit-and-run has the makings of a zombie revenge movie directed by Jack Bravman, starring Adam West, Tia Carrere and Jon Mikl Thor.
Zombie Outbreak (2006) A mom and kid, along with a group of teenagers, fight to survive the zombie outbreak in a small town in Georgia. Starring Joshua Allen, Meg Meadows, and David Pacer and directed by Sarah N. Stennett.
Zombie Planet (2004) A drug developed by a pharmaceutical company turns everyone into zombies. Directed by George Bonilla and starring Frank Farhat, Christopher Rose, and Matt Perry.
Zombie Rampage (1989) A trip to the train station finds zombies, serial killers and murderous gangs. Starring Dave Byerly, Erin Kehr, and Stanna Bippus. Directed by Todd Sheets.
Zombie Rampage 2 (2018) Rivals must team up in this good versus evil zombie flick directed by Alexander Brotherton, starring Dilynn Fawn Harvey, Ron Lammer, and Tonia Monahan.
Zombie Roadkill (2010) A zombified squirrel sets out to destroy the carload of college kids that ran him over. Starring Michael Blaiklock, Thomas Haden Church, and Jeff D’Agostino.
Zombie Self-Defense Force (2006) A UFO leaks radiation that turns a Japanese town into zombies. A pop singer and the surviving townsfolk barricade themselves in a hotel. Directed by Naoyuki Tomomatsu and starring Miyû Watase, Mihiro and Kenji Arai.
Zombie Strippers (2008) A virus escapes from a government compound infecting marines. One zombie marine attacks strippers in a nightclub. The subsequent zombie strippers are a big hit. Directed by Jay Lee, starring Robert Englund, Jenna Jameson and Penny Drake.
Zombie Tidal Wave (2019) A seaside community is threatened by an ocean virus. Starring Ian Ziering, Erich Chikashi Linzbichler, and Shelton Jolivette and directed by Anthony C. Ferrante.
Zombie Town (2007) Parasites turn the town into zombies. Directed by Damon Lemay. Starring Adam Hose, Brynn Lucas, and Dennis Lemoine.
Zombie Undead (2010) A terrorist attack turns the good citizens of Leicester into zombies. Directed by Rhys Davies. Starring Ruth King, Kris Tearse, and Barry Thomas.
Zombie! vs. Mardi Gras (1999) After being trampled during Mardi Gras as a child, a deranged occultist wants revenge. Look for Galileo, bare breasted women and ninjas in this zombie comedy directed by Mike Lyddon and starring Dale Ashmun, Loreli Fuller, and John Sinclair.
Zombie Wars (2007) Zombies have begun breeding humans for food. Directed by David A. Prior, starring Adam Mayfield, Alissa Koenig, and Jim Hazelton.
Zombie with a Shotgun (2019) A partial transition gives Adam the ability to communicate with zombies. Starring Braeden Baade, Kathryn Kuhn, and Kyle Hester and directed by Hilton Ariel Ruiz.
Zombie Women of Satan (2009) When the zombie virus is accidentally poured into the punch, then the women on this cult farm run rampant. Directed by Steve O’Brien and Warren Speed. Starring Victoria Hopkins, Warren Speed, and Christian Steel.
Zombieland (2009) Mad cow disease has mutated and it’s time for a road trip. Directed by Ruben Fleischer. Starring Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, and Emma Stone.
Zombiegeddon (2003) Satan and dirty cops are on opposite sides of this zombie invasion directed by Chris Watson and starring Ari Bavel, Paul Darrigo, and Felissa Rose.
Zombieland: Double Tap (2019) Ten years later, the road trippers have moved into the White House and opt for another trip to Graceland. Directed by Jean Rollin. Starring Howard Vernon, Pierre-Marie Escourrou, and Anouchka.
Zombienation (AKA Hail to the Führer) (2009) Argentinean Nazi zombies. Directed by Víctor Méndez. Starring Magnus Mefisto, Víctor Méndez, and Nayla Perez Knees.
Zombies (1971) A cancer researcher on a Caribbean island discovers snake venom that can turn people into zombies. He is then forced to create an army of them.
Zombies (2016) A deadly virus turns the Earth’s inhabitants into zombies. Directed by Hamid Torabpour. Starring Tony Todd, Steven Luke, and Raina Hein.
Zombies (2018) This musical and dance Disney Channel Original Movie is based on the book Zombies & Cheerleaders by David Light and Joseph Raso. A power plant accident transforms half the inhabitants into zombies. School segregation is outlawed and zombies go to high school. Directed by Paul Hoen. Starring Milo Manheim, Meg Donnelly, Trevor Tordjman.
Zombies 2 (2020) High school drama is more complicated with werewolves and zombies in the mix. This movie is a sequel to Disney’s musical Zombies (2018) directed by Paul Hoen and starring Milo Manheim, Meg Donnelly.
Zombies Anonymous (AKA Last Rites of the Dead) (2006) Hi. My name is Angela and I am a zombie. Starring Jenny Greeman, Joseph DeVito, and Yarusha Jimenez and directed by Marc Fratto.
Zombies: The Beginning (2007) The Marines are sent to restore order on a remote Pacific Island. Directed by Bruno Mattei. Starring Yvette Yzon, Alvin Anson, and Paul Holmes.
Zombies in Tha Hood (2014) The UK government releases a virus designed to wipe out the population of low-income areas that goes horribly wrong. Starring Karlene Bowling, Adam Byford, Victor Carvalho. Directed by Leon Mitchell.
Zombies of Mora Tau (AKA The Dead that Walk) (1957) A ship crew is cursed to protect the cargo in this black and white film directed by Edward L. Cahn and starring Gregg Palmer, Allison Hayes and Autumn Russell.
Zombies on Broadway (AKA Loonies on Broadway) (1945) The cabaret nightclub Zombie Hut wants a real zombie for opening night. Directed by Gordon Douglas. Starring Alan Carney, Bela Lugosi and Wally Brown.
Zombies Vs. Strippers (AKA Zombie Decadence) (2012) The Tough Titty strip club is overrun by zombies. Starring Circus-Szalewski, Eve Mauro, and Victoria Levine. Directed by Alex Nicolaou.
Zombies! Zombies! Zombies! (AKA Strippers vs. Zombies) (2008) The Grindhouse is under attack by zombified prostitutes. Directed by Jason M. Murphey. Starring Jessica Barton, Tiffany Shepis, Hollie Winnard and Jay Laga’aia.
Zombiez (2005) Zombies attack a construction site. Directed by John Bacchus. Starring Jenicia Garcia, Jackeem Sellers and Randy Clarke.
The Zombinator (Dead Z) (2012) The Zombinator must destroy the zombie hoard and save Youngstown, Ohio. Starring Patrick Kilpatrick, Joseph Aviel, and Sal Longobardo. Directed by Sergio Myers.
Zombiology: Enjoy Yourself Tonight (2017) A giant chicken turns the population into zombies and must be defeated by two boys who like to dress up as superheroes from anime. Directed by Alan Lo and starring Michael Ning, Louis Cheung, and Cherry Ngan.
Zombiepura (2018) A virus breaks out at an army camp. Directed by Jacen Tan. Starring Alaric, Benjamin Heng, Rayve Zen.
Zone of the Dead (AKA Apocalypse of the Dead) (2009) A mass grave is discovered at Chernobyl. A deadly biohazard agent is being transferred by train and leaks. The combination results in zombies. Directed by Milan Konjević. Starring Ken Foree, Kristina Klebe, and Emilio Roso.
Zoombies (2016) Eden Wildlife Zoo experiences a monkey zombie outbreak. Directed by Glenn R. Miller. Starring Ione Butler, Andrew Asper, and Marcus Anderson.
Zoombies 2 (2019) In this sequel to Zoombies (2016) the zombified animals must be stopped before the contagion destroys the world. Starring Erica Sturdefant, Jonathon Buckley, and Jarrid Masse. Directed by Glenn R. Miller.
A Complete Zombie List?
There you have it! Our “complete” list of zombie movies… or is it? If you know of a zombie-themed movie not listed here, drop us a note in the comments and we’ll be sure to add it!