Zombies. A key Internet topic ANY day, but particularly noteworthy on this Comic-Con Friday, with the release of the trailer for Season 2 of AMC’s “Walking Dead.”
Scenes from “Walking Dead” Season 2 or Romero’s “Late Afternoon of the Dead”? You decide.
The new season debuts in October, but if you’re looking for some zombie movies to tide you over, Ranker can help! (See what I did there?)
First up, our exhaustive guide to every zombie movie ever. Think of a zombie film that’s not represented? Leave it in the comments and we’ll add it! Bearing in mind that we’re talking films that are specifically about zombies, not horror movies where the monsters are debateably undead. Trust me, we’ve given this lots of thought.
Did “C.H.U.D. II” make the cut? Yes, yes it did. Did your humble narrator know without looking it up that C.H.U.D. stands for “Cannibalistic Humanoid Underground Dweller”? Uh, no comment.
In fairness, he HAD asked the photographer to capture his good side.
Already a zombie expert with no need for our educational reference lists? Fine, be that way. But you can help us out by heading over to our CrowdRanked list of the Greatest Zombie Movies Ever Made and share your expertise with the rest of the Ranker community. Right now, “Dawn of the Dead” is somewhat righteously sitting in the top spot, but if you asked me, “28 Days Later” is way too high at #4. (I mean, I’m not really anti-“28 Days Later,” but NO WAY it’s superior to “Dead Alive,” “Return of the Living Dead” or “Army of Darkness.”
Wise up, you primitive screwheads.
Finally, let’s say you love zombies but you want to LAUGH. You’re in the mood for a zom-com! We’ve got you covered there, too, with user PT_Tesla’s guide to the funniest zombie movies. Who says being devoured alive by re-animated soulless corpses can’t be amusing? Not me!