What can I say except, the list is in somewhat of an order of preference, but I wouldn't take that term too loosely because it's difficult for me to campare apples and oranges and that's the way I look at films. And now --Dinner is served!
Maybe the Canadians are the only people who could have come up with this delightful flick billed as "the feel good zombie movie of the year". If we waited for Hollywood to come up with something this original we'd all live forever.
A loving tribute to horror films about a serial killer who is killed and then cryogenically frozen only to be accidentally thawed out a couple of decades later by 2 frat boys. Did I mention the alien parasites. Not a typical zombie movie, but funny and thuroughly entertaining. And FINALLY available on DVD!!
Words fail me whenever I try to describe this film, so if you haven't seen it, be warned --it's earned its reputation for being bloody and gross and absolutely hilarious.
See the full review, "The Goriest Zombie Comedy Ever Made?".
I spent a good 15 years hating this film, the 3rd installment in Romero's series. But eventually I eased up and went with what he was trying to say. Now I can appreciate it for what it is rather than hate it because it isn't what I wanted it to be.
A low budget film from England, and one of the first to be released in the U.S. by Fangoria, this little goodie tells the story of a victim of a zombie attack and his slow, inevitable descent into flesh gnoshing monsterhood.
Very, very loosely based on the book of the same name about a doctor searching the Amazonian rain forests for plants that have medicial uses. It all turns into a Haitian zombie nightmare at the hands of Wes Craven.