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The fascination with zombie films stems from the fact that they push us to meet death head-on. On the other hand, death challenges us, attempting to scoop out our brains and add us to its ranks.

On their disintegrating shoulders, zombies will also carry broader metaphors. Although zombies are not quite similar to ghosts, they can be much scarier. So today, we have brought you a list of some of the best zombies to feed on this weekend! 

Dawn of the Dead

“Dawn of the Dead” is one of the best zombie movies. In a helicopter with a few companions, a TV news producer flees the zombies attacking her studio — but there’s just so much petrol. The majority of the filming took place in the Monroeville Mall, which is located outside of Pittsburgh. The suspenseful splatterfest “Dawn of the Dead” is a must-see. It’s a vehicle for delivering a scathing criticism of American capitalism. Acquisitiveness naturally follows slaughter in this case. 


The stop-motion walking dead, beautifully rendered by Laika’s animators, serve as a cautionary tale about the dangers of mob rule and fear-based decisions — perhaps a nod to Romero’s use of zombies as social ills. “ParaNorman” isn’t just a gorgeous stop-motion exercise; it’s also a rare substantive zombie film that the entire family will appreciate. 

The Girl With All The Gifts

The story takes place in the future when civilization is being wiped out by a disease that transforms its victims into flesh-eating “hungries,” as they are referred to in the film. Only a small number of children seem to be resistant to its effects, and they are being studied and experimented on to figure out why since they are a valuable resource in the quest for a cure. 

The Last Man on Earth

Due to a mystical immunity to the bacterium, Dr. Robert Morgan is the sole survivor of a crippling worldwide epidemic. As night falls, plague victims begin to emerge from their graves, joining a horde of hellish undead hungry for his blood. 

“Last Man on Earth,” which is also credited as the inspiration for George A. Romero’s “Night of the Living Dead,” is hindered by its apparent low budget. But the co-directors Sidney Salkow and Ubaldo B. Ragona kept the film exciting by wisely prioritizing the human story over spectacle. 

Warm Blood

As said above, zombies can be horrifying. But for a change, if you want to see a sweet side of these non-human creatures, Warm Bodies is just for you. Set in a post-apocalyptic world, it is a tale about how an emotionless zombie falls in love with a human. Subsequently, it is followed by events that bring the two together. Eventually, with the power of love, the zombie returns to its human form! 

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