#1
Are basically one of the best things on this planet. I am in search of buying one, but want to buy a GOOD one.

I really like 28 days later. Something that can fit in that rang would be great. I am looking for serious zombie movies. I also like I am legend, land of the dead, dawn of the dead, and planet terror.

Anyone know if the remake of day of the dead is good?

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#4
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Shaun of the dead.


+a comedic undead 1


Resident Evil kinda sucks...but Millia Jovovich is worth it...but
it sucks to see Michelle Rodriguez turn into a zombie in the first one
#5
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Shaun of the dead.


quoted for WIN!

Funniest movie ever.
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#6
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Shaun of the dead.

As good as it is, I have grown tired of it...
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#7
The remake of "Day" sucked moose balls. No joke. 28 weeks later was pretty good. The movie "Doomsday" isn't a zombie movie but if you're a fan of zombie movies you will more than likely enjoy it anyway. I thought it was pretty badass.
#8
There is a Spanish movie called [Rec] that you should check out if you haven't. Search Youtube.

It's one of those shaky camera style horrors.
#9
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As good as it is, I have grown tired of it...


Not possible, watch it again.
#12
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planet terror. it's definitely not the best, but it makes me laugh really hard. all for the wrong reasons though



exactly...haha
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#14
Dawn of the Dead (Original), none of this Zack Snyder remake crap.

Land of the Dead is terrible (What were you thinking Romero??) and Planet Terror (while being awesome) is not really a zombie movie. 28 Days is awesome, but 28 Weeks is disgraceful.
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#15
Zombi 2 is epic, especially the splinter scene.
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#16
I actually liked the remakes
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#17
28 Days Later and Shaun of the Dead are my favorite movies. I suggest Shaun of the Dead and that you watch it multiple times to catch all the hidden jokes that you might not have heard the first time through
#18
Another question...

Is Diary of the dead worth watching?
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#19
If you liked 28 Days you'll like Rec., Resident Evil, Land of the Dead etc. but try some real zombie films, Romero's older ones, Lucio Fulci's Zombi, Evil Dead etc.
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#20
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Shaun of the dead.

Best movie ever.

Plus, Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright are both in Land of the Dead as a little cameo, they are the zombies in the 'Take a picture with a Zombie' thing at the fair.

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ANOTHEREDIT:

C'mon, you know which ones they are.
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#21
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Best movie ever.

Plus, Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright are both in Land of the Dead as a little cameo, they are the zombies in the 'Take a picture with a Zombie' thing at the fair.

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hahaha, that is great!
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#22
ZOMBIE CREEPING FLESH

Best zombie B-movie, ever. Aggressively disgusting budget gore and dodgy dubbing, but it's genius.



Even though the cover makes it look like a spoof, it really isn't
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#23
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ZOMBIE CREEPING FLESH

Best zombie B-movie, ever. Aggressively disgusting budget gore and dodgy dubbing, but it's genius.



Even though the cover makes it look like a spoof, it really isn't

I enjoyed that one as well, some of the B-Movie ones are great.
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#24
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Ahem, I think we're all forgetting the best.....EVIL DEAD!!! Bruce Cambell FTW!!!!

****in' right!
#25
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Dawn of the Dead (Original), none of this Zack Snyder remake crap.

Land of the Dead is terrible (What were you thinking Romero??) and Planet Terror (while being awesome) is not really a zombie movie. 28 Days is awesome, but 28 Weeks is disgraceful.



Anything by Romero, Zombi was ok, umm Dead Alive is the best movie ever made.
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#26
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Dawn of the Dead (Original), none of this Zack Snyder remake crap.

Land of the Dead is terrible (What were you thinking Romero??) and Planet Terror (while being awesome) is not really a zombie movie. 28 Days is awesome, but 28 Weeks is disgraceful.


Am I the only one that thinks that the first DotD was shit, I watched the new version first, then the second and I thought it was pretty crappy, the new one is really good.
I have no idea why people like the old one.

Land of the Dead was pretty bad, Day of the dead was ok, Diary of the Dead was good, I like the main idea, and 28 weeks later was complete rubbish, days was much better.
#27
i think the dawn of the dead remake is the best but thats just me. the original isnt as good
#28
Guess I'm the only one who looked 28 days and weeks later, the latter even more than the former.