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Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Top 10 Zombie Movies

Alright I know this seem's real random, but I blame it on the Medication and this Head Cold I have for this one. I was looking for something to download and I was like, damn I haven't seen a good zombie movie in a while. So I got to thinking there's not really any good top ten 10 zombie movie list. Their usually a George Romero love fest. Plus that new "ZombieLand" flick looks pretty good, so with it getting close to Halloween here's my personal Top Ten Best and probably the best list you'll find on the web for Best Zombie Movies:

10. DeadGirl (2009)

This movie, I know may be sick to alot of you, and if you have good morals, then you'll feel more violated like a female porn star after her first scene.

Here's the Beef: a young woman tied up in an abandoned asylum -- and she functions mostly as a victim, propelling the story of two teenage boys who must decide what to do with her. Challenging, uncomfortable, potentially repulsive, and yet uncompromisingly real and engaging with something to say about the perils of adolescence.

So if you ever had a fantasy of banging a tied up unconscious zombie chick then this your flick.

9. Resident Evil Series (2002-2007)

I don't care what you think, these have actually been pretty good movies! I know why not put em all seperate, well that's how I do it son!

Here's The Beef: movie based on a video game, making Uwe Boll's career seem all the more pointless in retrospect. It combines traditional zombie thrills with slick video game action that, despite a couple of silly moments (flying kick of a zombie Doberman Pinscher), doesn't undermine the horror elements.

8. 28 Weeks Later (2007)

This one wasen't really as good as the first one, but at the end when the Dad turns into a zombie and chases his kid's is sick! Or the beginning is pretty good.

Here's The Beef: 28 Weeks Later overcomes a few plot issues (How do a couple of kids just waltz into a quarantined area?) to deliver a worthy follow-up to the great 28 Days Later -- even if the best part comes within the first 10 minutes.

7. Dance of The Dead (2008)

I thought this one was kinda chessy and dumb, but the kill parts were pretty good, good enough to make number 7

Here's the Beef: Hughes meets George Romero in this entertaining low-budget horror-comedy about a group of high school outcasts who vow to save their prom from zombies spawned by pollution from the nearby nuclear power plant. Funny, fast-paced and screaming for a sequel.

6. Dawn of The Dead (1978)

The Zombies in the movie are funny! The act like retard down syndrome zombies. if your into gore and zombies this one is good.

Here's The Beef: George Romero's Dawn of the Dead was a landmark, influential film whose gory mayhem inspired a generation of modern zombie films (including Lucio Fulci's Zombi 2, which billed itself as a sequel to the Romero pic, titled Zombi in Italy). However, it hasn't held up well over time. The pace is slow, the zombies are laughable (Hare Krishnas? Green skin? Big, fake-headed Frankenstein zombie that gets done in by the helicopter?) and the social commentary on consumerism lacks punch in an age where malls are so commonplace. That said, the gore still packs a punch, and the movie might best be viewed as a bloody time capsule.

5. Night of The Living Dead (1968)

If there ever was a grandaddy, or the one single movie that generated the genre Zombie, it's this one. Alot of people have it high on their list, but come up maybe in 1975 this one would be 1. I believe there's better zombie movie's since.

Here's the Beef: The smart, play-like screenplay and powerful acting lend an air of sophistication not usually attributed to a film about dead people gnawing on intestines

4. 28 Weeks Later (2002)

Okay, there are few movies that have scared the living hell out of me, or left an everlasting memory in head that still has me parnoid from times and it's this movie. I remember the first time seeing this I was like WOW! Awesome movie with an awesome soundtrack!

Here's the Beef: This groundbreaking British epic established a new standard for modern zombie movies, with its gritty, digital video aesthetic and frenetic, fast-paced zombie-like "infected." The fact that the baddies aren't living dead trying to eat you isn't much comfort as they rip your arm off and beat you to a bloody pulp with it. If you're lucky, they might not vomit on you.

3. Dawn of The Dead (2004)

The beginning of this one BOONKERS!!! When that nusres doctor's husband and daughtor turned into zombies and were attacking her, wow!

Here's the Beef: It brought a withered relic into modern times and made it relevant again -- if not in terms of social commentary, then in terms of pure entertainment value. Bigger and badder than the original, Dawn '04 is to Dawn '78 what Aliens was to Alien, making it the ultimate zombie movie...so far.

2. Shaun Of The Dead (2004)

If you've never seen Shaun of the Dead, then your missing out! It's funny, gory, and has a good story line!

Here's The Beef: The prototype zombie comedy, Shaun of the Dead brilliantly melds hilarious, intelligent humor with gory, blood-letting horror and even a bit of romance for the fairer sex (whichever one that is).

1. I Am Legend (2007)

F if anyone has anything bad to say about this one. The damn dog take the movie, and story is dope.

Here's The Beef: SEE IT!!!!!

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