When loved ones die, people cry. They even want to come back, but do they really want to? At least not in the way we’ve seen in many films and movies.
The gruesome brain eaters known as zombies are robotic beings with rotting flesh. If you want thrill and a good scare, check out these 11 movies and web series that explore the world of zombies too well.
1. we are all dead on Netflix
After the great success of squid game that shocked the whole world, another Korean web series titled we are all dead fans are going crazy. This one pits high school kids against zombies. How will they survive the zombie apocalypse? The show has already become one of the most-watched web series in the world on Netflix, becoming the third Korean series to achieve such a feat, following the success of squid game and Hell.
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2. The Walking Dead on Netflix
The American TV series became a rage among fans and the fact that it ran for ten seasons is proof of that. The show revolves around a group of people trying to survive a zombie apocalypse. The show stars Andrew Lincoln as Sheriff’s Deputy Rick Grimes who wakes up from a coma to see zombies everywhere.
3. Train to Busan on Amazon Prime Video
Train to Busan is another Korean film that explores the world of zombies. The story follows Seok-woo (Gong Yoo), a father, who takes his daughter to Busan to visit her mother when the zombie apocalypse hits. How they survive on a high-speed train is a thrilling experience to watch.
4. Kingdom on Netflix
This fast-paced spectacle is densely plotted. It’s so engrossing that it’ll have you on the edge of the seat throughout the series. Set in medieval Joseon Korea (1392-1910), Kingdom is about a crown prince who is sent on a suicide mission to investigate a mysterious epidemic. The series will keep you hooked as it combines two genres – historical drama and zombie action thriller.
5. army of the dead on Netflix
The zombie heist movie is directed by Zack Snyder. The plot of the film which also stars Indian actress Huma Qureshi follows a group of soldiers who plan a casino heist in Las Vegas in the midst of a zombie apocalypse.
6. iZombie on Netflix
iZombie follows the story of a doctor-turned-zombie named Olivia “Liv” Moore (played by Rose McIver), who is a Seattle police medical examiner. She has a unique way of solving her cases. She eats the victims’ baths and thus temporarily inherits their memories and personalities. It is basically a crime drama set in the world of zombies.
seven. World War Z on Amazon Prime Video
The zombie crisis has affected the lives of millions of people and nations are struggling to deal with it. Starring Brad Pitt, Mireille Enos, James Badge Dale, and Matthew Fox, in this zombie flick, the Brain Eaters are a little smarter than you might think. Zombies prefer to eat healthy people and ignore weak, terminally ill, and seriously injured people, as they are not suitable hosts for infection. As the world is collapsing, the only idea to save people from zombie attack is to get infected with bacteria and thus be ignored by zombies. It’s the new vaccine.
8. 28 days later on AppleTV
This zombie horror film from Danny Boyle is about survivors trying to make sense of the aftermath of a viral outbreak that has ravaged Britain. A compelling and realistic depiction of society, the film will have you introspecting whether a viral can truly bring out the violent side of you.
9. beast on Netflix
If you want to watch an Indian Zombie web series, Betaal which released in May 2020 might be what you are looking for. Starring Vineet Kumar Singh and Aahana Kumra, it’s a good mix of mythology and zombie thriller. Co-produced by Shah Rukh Khan’s Red, when the show came out it was hailed as best indian zombie series.
ten. Go Goa Gone on Zee5
Have you ever watched a movie while high and wondered what a beautiful piece of art it was? Go Goa Gone is one such movie. The Hindi film revolves around the plot of a zombie apocalypse. It is also the very first Indian zombie film to achieve cult status in the comedy-horror genre.
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