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    Whats the greatest Zombie film of all time?
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    Dawn of the dead? World War Z? Shawn of the dead? Different takes on the same genre. Whats yours? IMO those other two don't belong beside Dawn of the Dead.
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    Dawn of the Dead 2004
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    Cockneys vs Zombies


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    For me it was Zombieland (2009) all the way. The script, the humor, the action choreography, the acting, even the great title sequences at the beginning.



    Honorable mention goes to Warm Bodies (2013), which was a lot of fun too.



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    Absolute king of the hill:
    NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD.
    The only one besides 28 Days Later that actually scared me at all - and it scared the crap outta me. Set the stage. Created the genre. Excellent real conflicts and tragedy.


    Second in command:
    28 DAYS LATER.


    I am bored silly by bad green and red zombie paint, and Shawn of The Dead was the only comedic one that was actually funny. [Although Woody Harrelson in Zombieland was worth the price of admission! But it doesn't hold up without him.]


    Honorable Mention:
    Walking Dead - First Season. ONLY the first season because that was the only one that was really about zombies and what it would be like to deal with them. The later seasons were almost exclusively just about human conflict - and while perfectly good - was not any story telling that we haven't seen in a bunch of other genres like gang and gangster stories and other 'struggle for power' stories.
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    For me it was Peter Jackson's Braindead (1992). Pure comedic fun.

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    "Bloodthirsty", which I wrote. Anybody want to buy the script? :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noel Evans View Post
    Dawn of the dead? World War Z? Shawn of the dead? Different takes on the same genre. Whats yours? IMO those other two don't belong beside Dawn of the Dead.
    Agreed about wwz. For me it was one of the worst movies I've ever seen. I doubt Brad Pitt even watched it. Not an ounce of blood and a slap to the face the way they set it up for a sequel, clearly planning to milk a series for all its worth.

    If anyone hasn't seen braindead/dead alive, do yourselves a favour and find a copy ASAP. Then find a time machine and get a VCR.


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