Top 10 zombie movies to watch before Betaal

Not that it does anything groundbreaking, but most of it is set in the cramped environment of a train, and zombies are preternaturally athletic, instead of doddering fools of The Walking Dead. (Photo: Next Entertainment World)
One of the most popular sub-genres within horror is zombie movies. He is a man left alone in New York after a deadly virus ravages most of the population and turns some others into bloodthirsty creatures that are a cross between vampires and zombies. (Photo: Universal Pictures)
Shaun of the Dead
Zombie comedies are hard to pull off. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

An adaptation of Seth Grahame-Smith’s 2009 eponymous novel (a parody of Jane Austen’s classic Pride and Prejudice), Pride and Prejudice and Zombies has all the major characters from the original work, only there are zombies in 19th century England. Martin Freeman in a still from Cargo. Cargo
A Martin Freeman starrer, Cargo, a slow-burn zombie film, asks the important question as to how would you protect a newborn child in a zombie apocalypse? Fighting the undead while wearing a corset is not too practical, but it sure looks fun. They rarely show young children in zombie films. There is something alluring about stories involving these gibbering wrecks doomed to feast on the living to survive. Although the premise was dark and there was a lot of gore, the film itself was light in tone and humorous. For example, they may run sluggishly or quickly, but their end goal is same. Will Smith in I Am Legend. © IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd Simon Pegg and Nick Frost in Shaun of the Dead. Dawn of the Dead (2004)
Zack Snyder is often derided these days, but people forget he also made this classic zombie flick. Night of the Living Dead
The first film directed by horror legend George A Romero, Night of the Living Dead is said to be a milestone in horror filmmaking. World War Z
World War Z was the first film that gave a global sense to a zombie apocalypse. A still from Zombieland. Initially distrustful of each other, they begin to trust each other in the end. Many of the film’s elements are now mainstay for the genre. It is a fine piece of filmmaking that should please zombie fans. It was this film that introduced the idea of zombies as reanimated, cannibalistic corpses. (Photo: Columbia Pictures)
This Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Emma Stone, and Abigail Breslin starrer was about a group of four survivors who find themselves in a world full of zombies wanting to eat them. Although zombies differ from movie to movie, there are a few constants. Written by Kshitij Rawat
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Published: May 18, 2020 2:59:26 pm

Here are the best zombie movies ever made. A bite from them usually turns a human into one of them. Keep in mind, though, the movie still has a lot of gore and horror. Train to Busan
If you are bored of zombie movies, Train to Busan should be your pick. And for good reason. Click here to join our channel (@indianexpress) and stay updated with the latest headlines
For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App. But these are not mindless monsters, and at least one of them can think and plan. But in Edgar Wright’s hands, it seems effortless. (Photo: Warner Bros)
I Am Legend
This post-apocalyptic film features one of Will Smith’s finest performances. And also, a headshot appears to do the trick more often than not. 📣 The Indian Express is now on Telegram. (Photo: Netflix)
28 Days Later
Danny Boyle’s particularly visceral and brutal take about zombie apocalypse in London is perhaps the most “serious” zombie movie ever, without any winks or nods. A remake of George A Romero’s 1978 film, it did justice to the original. There is little hilarious about dead people walking and making a meal out of the living. Before Netflix’s zombie web series Betaal releases, here are a few zombies movies you can enjoy.