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Post by kyle » Tue Jul 05, 2005 4:03 pm

Since we're all zombie movie fanatics here it's our responsibility as the Zombie Squad to share our findings with the public to help them find the jewels out they're missing out on and warn them of the atrocities they should avoid at all costs.

This task has been discussed a few times but we never got around to it. We can set aside some webspace to host a listing of every Zombie movie we can think of and over time we can rate them, give them a quick review and maby steal the movie rating as seen on the somethingawful.com movie rates of what Mugwug does on Moral-flexibility.net. If you haven't check out the reviews on Mugwugs site you're missing out.


One thing I would like to add to each review is a listing of "lessons learned" like what Cool as a Chicken is talking about in the thread: Lessons Learned From Zombie Films

Anyone interested? If so we should start with a good list first. There is a list that's really out of date that I snagged from another website here:
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It's very incomplete and a lot of them are questionable as actual zombie movies.

Here is a list that I've come up with so far that I'm quite suire are in fact zombie films. Let me know what we're missing and I'll update it. I'm sure there are a ton.

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28 Days Later, 2003

Army of Darkness, 1993

Biohazardous, 2001

Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Things, 1972
Choking Hazard, 2004
Chopper Chicks in Zombietown, 1992
City of the Living Dead, 1980
City of the Walking Dead, 1983

Dawn of the Dead, 1978
Dawn of the Dead, 2004
Day of the Dead, 1985
Dead Alive, 1992 (aka Braindead)
Dead and Buried, 1981
The Dead Hate the Living, 2000
The Dead Next Door, 1988

The Evil Dead, 1982
Evil Dead II, 1987

Hell of the Living Dead, 1980
House of the Dead, 2004

I, Zombie,

Junk, 1999

Land of the Dead, 2005
Let sleeping corpses lie, 1974


Maplewoods, 2002
Mulva: Zombie Ass Kicker, 2001

Night of the Comet, 1984
Night of the Living Dead, 1968
Night of the Living Dead, 1990
Night of the Wehrmacht Zombies, 1981
Nightmare City, 1980

Oasis of the Zombies, 1983

Raiders of the Living Dead, 1986
Re-Animator, 1985
Redneck Zombies, 1987
Resident Evil, 2002
Resident Evil: Apocalypse, 2004
Return of the Evil Dead, 1975
Return of the Living Dead, 1985
Return of the Living Dead II, 1988
Return of the Living Dead 3, 1993
Return of the Living Dead 4: Necropolis,
Return of the Living Dead 5: Rave from the Grave,

Shatter Dead, 1994
Shaun of the Dead, 2004
Shadows of the Dead, 2004
Shockwaves, 1977
he Stink of Flesh,

The Undead, 2004

Video Dead, 1987
Versus, 2000

Zombie, 1981
Zombi 3, 1988
Zombie 4: After Death, 1988
The Zombie Chronicles, 2001
Zombie Holocaust, 1979
Zombie Lake, 1981

Wild Zero, 2000
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Post by EveryHorrorEveryDay » Tue Jul 05, 2005 7:06 pm

Astro Zombies, 1967
Bio Zombie, 1998
Dead Heat, 1988
The Fog, 1988
The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies, 1963
Night Of The Creeps, 1986
Plague Of The Zombies, 1966
Prince Of Darkness, 1987
Prison, 1988
Serpent And The Rainbow, 1988
Stacy: Attack of the Schoolgirl Zombies, 2001
Toxic Zombies, 1980
The Walking Dead, 1936
White Zombie, 1932

About everything before NotLD '68 treats zombies as a more subjective background monster. Still, some are worth noting, I think.
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Post by Mugwug » Tue Jul 05, 2005 9:35 pm

This brings an interesting point up, how do we define "zombie movies"? I just recently picked up a copy of The zombie movie encyclopedia and "Weekend at Bernies II" is in there (technically Bernie acts like a zombie, but damned if my zombie movie collection is going to share space with that film).

Do we want to apply a hardline definition, or include any movie that captures the spirit of the zombocalypse?

For discussion and/or reference purposes I'll take a moment and type out the list of movies that the Zombie Movie Encyclopedia spans;

After Death (1988)
Alien Dead (1980)
Astro-zombies (1968)
Baron Blood (1972)
Beverly Hills Bodysnatchers (1989)
Beyond, The (1981)
Blood of ghastly horror (1971)
Bloodsuckers from outer space (1984)
Boneyard, The (1990)
Bowery at Midnight (1942)
Bride of re-animator (1991)
Burial Ground (1980)
Castle of the mummies of Gaunajauto (1973)
Cemetary man (1994)
Child, The (1977)
Children shouldn't play with dead things (1972)
Chilling, the (1989)
Chopper chicks in zombietown (1989)
City of the Walking dead (1980)
Creature with the atom brain (1955)
Creepshow (1982)
Cross of the Devil (1975)
Curse of the blue lights (1988)
Curse of the doll people (1960)
Dawn of the dead (1979)
Dawn of the mummy (1981)
Day of the dead (1985)
Dead alive (1992)
Dead and buried (1981)
Dead don't die, the (1975)
Dead heat (1988)
Dead next door (1989)
Dead of night (1972)
Dead pit, the (1989)
Deadly friend (1986)
Demoni 3 (1991)
Dial "Z" for zombies (1992)
Doctor Bloods coffin (1960)
Doctor Butcher M.D. (1980)
Dr. Orloffs monster (1964)
Dr. Satan vs. Black Magic (1967)
Don't go in the house (1980)
The Earth dies screaming (1964)
Erotic nights of the living dead (1979)
Flesheater (1988)
The Fog (1979)
Four skulls of Jonathan Drake, the (1959)
Frankenstein island (1981)
From the dead of night (1989)
Frozen Scream (1980)
Gamma 693 (1981)
Garden of the Dead (1972)
Gates of hell (1980)
Ghost Breakers (1940)
Ginseng King (1989)
Gore-met Zombie chef from hell (1986)
Hard rock zombies (1984)
Heavy Metal (1981)
Hellgate (1989)
Horror Express (1972)
Horror of party beach (1963)
Horror of the zombies (1974)
Horror rises from the tomb (1972)
House by the cemetary (1981)
House of seven corpses (1973)
House on skull mountain (1974)
I eat your skin (1964)
Incredible Doktor Markesan, the (1962)
Incredibly strange creatures who stopped living and became mixed up zombies (1964)
Invasion of the dead (1972)
Invasion of the zombies (1961)
Invisible invaders (1959)
I walked with a zombie (1943)
I was a teenage zombie (1986)
I was a zombie for the FBI (1984)
I, Zombie (1998)
Killing Spree (1987)
King of the zombies (1941)
Kung-fu Zombie (1982)
Le cage aux Zombies (1995)
Land of the Dead (1969)
Last man on earth (1964)
Laughing dead (1989)
Legend of the seven golden vampires (1973)
Let sleeping corpses lie (1974)
Living a zombie dream (1996)
Living dead in Tokyo bay (1992)
Lost brigade (1992)
Mansion of the Living Dead (1982)
Messiah of evil (1972)
Midnight hour, the (1985)
Monster High (1989)
Monstrosity (1963)
Mummies of Guanajuato, the (1970)
Mutant (1984)
My boyfriends back (1993)
My zombie lover (1988)
Netherworld (1991)
Night life (1989)
Night of the creeps (1986)
Night of the day of the dawn of the Son of the bride of the return of the revenge of the terror of the attack of the evil mutant hellbound flesh-eating subhumanoid living dead, Part II (1992)
Night of the living bread (1990)
Night of the living dead (1968)
Night of the living dead (1990)
Night of the seagulls (1975)
Night of the sorcerers (1973)
Night of the zombies (1981)
Nudist colony of the dead (1991)
Oasis of the zombies (1982)
One dark night (1982)
Owanga (1935)
Pet Sematary (1989)
Pink Eye (1997)
Plague of the zombies (1966)
Plan nine from outer space (1958)
Raiders of the Living Dead (1985)
Raptors (1988)
Re-animator (1985)
Redneck zombies (1987)
Return of the Evil Dead (1973)
Return of the Living Dead (1985)
Return of the Living Dead Part II (1987)
Return of the Living Dead Part III (1993)
Return of the zombies (1972)
Revenge of the zombie (1981)
Revenge of the zombies (1943)
Revenge of the zombies (1981)
Revolt of the zombies (1936)
Santo and blue demon against the monsters (1969)
Santo vs. Black magic (1972)
Scared stiff (1953)
Scooby-doo on zombie island (1998)
Serpent and the rainbow (1987)
Shanks (1974)
Shatter dead (1993)
Shock Waves (1977)
Shrunken heads (1994)
Snake people (1968)
Sole survivor (1982)
Sugar Hill (1974)
Supernaturals, the (1986)
Tales from the crypt (1972)
Teenage exorcist (1991)
Teenage zombies (1957)
Terror creatures from the grave (1966)
Tombs of the blind dead (1971)
Toxic zombies (1979)
Valley of the zombies (1946)
Vengeance of the zombies (1972)
Video dead, the (1987)
Virgin among the living dead, a (1971)
Voodoo (1995)
Voodoo Dawn (1989)
Voodoo island (1957)
Voodoo man (1944)
War of the zombies (1963)
Warning sign (1985)
Waxwork (1988)
Waxwork II: Lost in time (1991)
Weekend at bernies II (1993)
White zombie (1932)
Womaneater (1957)
Zeder (1983)
Zombi 3 (1988)
Zombie (1979)
Zombie, the (1974)
Zombie 5: Revenge of the house of usher (1982)
Zombie 6: Monster hunter (1981)
Zombie '90: Extreme pstilence (1990)
Zombie and the ghost train (1991)
Zombie apocalypse (1985)
Zombie army, the (1991)
Zombie bloodbath (1993)
Zombie bloodbath II: Rage of the undead (1994)
Zombie cop (1991)
Zombie high (1987)
Zombie Holocaust (1995)
Zombie island massacre (1984)
Zombie Lake (1980)
Zombie nightmare (1987)
Zombie rampage (1991)
Zombie terror (1952)
Zombie vs. Mardi gras (1996)
Zombie vs. Ninja (1989)
Zombies of Mora-tau (1957)
Zombies of stratosphere (1952)
Zombies on broadway (1945)
Zombiethon (1986)

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Post by TheBlunderbuss » Tue Jul 05, 2005 10:05 pm

Mugwug wrote:Do we want to apply a hardline definition, or include any movie that captures the spirit of the zombocalypse?
You bring up a good point in Bernie's.
Columbia Press says "the zombi [sic] is used by its master to perform heavy manual labor and to implement evil schemes."
And in general fiction and film, a zombie's basic drive is for flesh. Bernie doesn't have that.
There's got to be some malice in a zombie, so Bernie is out.

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Post by Mugwug » Tue Jul 05, 2005 10:10 pm

Crap, that definition excludes most of my favorites (as we've moved to the "mindless flesh-eating automaton" zombie in most popular examples). But we're building the list, we can set our own terms as to what constitutes a "zombie movie".

House by the cemetary is a good example of a zombie film that doesn't really count as a zombie film in my books. You have a single zombie (sorta) who has expanded his own lifespan by feeding on the living, which sounds more vampiric than zombielike.
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Post by DoubleTap » Wed Jul 06, 2005 12:27 am

Peter Dendle's Zombie Movie Encyclopedia is a comprehensive and well-researched source for titles but doesn't include anything after the late 1990s.
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Post by StalinsLastStand » Wed Jul 06, 2005 1:03 am

You fools! Children of the Living Dead!

So the idea is we submit mini-reviews of these movies?

Along these lines anyone here have blockbuster or netflix? and is it worth it?

Someone from both camps would be ideal, but just one opinion would be great, by worth I mean, wide selection for the price, and zombie movies like a muthafooker
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Post by Mugwug » Wed Jul 06, 2005 5:05 am

DoubleTap wrote:Peter Dendle's Zombie Movie Encyclopedia is a comprehensive and well-researched source for titles but doesn't include anything after the late 1990s.
Don't get me wrong, I liked the encyclopedia, especially when you take into consideration the author was attempting to show the evolution of zombies in cinema. I don't regret spending the $14 at all.

He is, however, the first to make the admission that several of the entries should not have made the cut.

I guess this is our dilema, do we want an exhaustive list, or just a true zombie movie list? Or both?

If we aim for a comprehensive zombie movie list, we have to go back to the early voodoo zombie films from the 30's, 40's and 50's. It may easier just to do this on a case by case basis, maybe incorporating voting into the inclusion process.

Just a thought....
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Post by bgaesop » Wed Jul 06, 2005 12:16 pm

Mugwug wrote:If we aim for a comprehensive zombie movie list, we have to go back to the early voodoo zombie films from the 30's, 40's and 50's. It may easier just to do this on a case by case basis, maybe incorporating voting into the inclusion process
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Post by Cool as a Chicken » Wed Jul 06, 2005 1:07 pm

C.H.U.D. and it's sequel(s), were zombie films I think. I forget what CHUD stood for, but I think the C was for Cannabalistic.
Also, The Omega Man

Yeah, Netflix is totally worth it. They have most of the movies listed above, but the zombie subsection (of Horror) is not very well thought out. I mean who here considers Freddy and Jason to be zombies?

I think the definition needs to be broader than "dead or undead people who like to consume human flesh". Maybe we could set out a list of rules that would encompass all types of zombies, i.e.:

A zombie film features animated corpses or persons trapped between life and death who have any/all the following characteristics:
a. crave human flesh or brains
b. lack human consciousness
c. moan incessantly
d. controlled by a third party through drugs for evil purpose
e. have no pulse

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Post by SMERSH » Wed Jul 06, 2005 11:38 pm

are we just going for all the gore/zombie exploitation films or are we after zombie PAW gems?
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Post by kyle » Thu Jul 07, 2005 8:39 am

SMERSH wrote:are we just going for all the gore/zombie exploitation films or are we after zombie PAW gems?
We should warn our veiwers about all zombie related films but we probable should sub catagory them. Any suggestions?

A few possiblilities:
Post Apacolyptic (Day of the Dead, Land of the Dead,
Cannibal Gore Fest (Most things by fulci)
Initial Outbreak (Shawn of the Dead, Dawn of the Dead 2004)


Then we should have a way to rate them by zombie source type:
Biohazzard (Natural)
Biohazzard (Manmade)
Alien
Metaphysical
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Post by Mugwug » Thu Jul 07, 2005 8:57 am

Cool as a Chicken wrote:C.H.U.D. and it's sequel(s), were zombie films I think. I forget what CHUD stood for, but I think the C was for Cannabalistic.
Two acronyms are given in CHUD (one of my all time favorites, although I never really considered it a zombie film, as it lacks the infection element)

Caniballistic Humanoid Underground Dwellers
Caution Hazard Urban Disposal

and Chud II: Bud the Chud was bad, I don't mean good bad, I mean BAD bad.

Kyle,

Interesting prospect classifying zombie movies.... theres an awful lot of crossover, or ambiguity in most as to the exact source (Night, Dawn and Day never make the source clear, just follow the lead from Night as to a vague reference to the space radiation - Which could be Alien or Manmade...we lack data dammit!). Perhaps classifying them by zombie type Voodoo, contemporary and steroid (smart/fast) zombie might be an idea (not that I think this would be less problematic). :D
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Post by kyle » Thu Jul 07, 2005 9:08 am

Mugwug wrote:
Cool as a Chicken wrote:C.H.U.D. and it's sequel(s), were zombie films I think. I forget what CHUD stood for, but I think the C was for Cannabalistic.
Two acronyms are given in CHUD (one of my all time favorites, although I never really considered it a zombie film, as it lacks the infection element)

Caniballistic Humanoid Underground Dwellers
Caution Hazard Urban Disposal

and Chud II: Bud the Chud was bad, I don't mean good bad, I mean BAD bad.

Kyle,

Interesting prospect classifying zombie movies.... theres an awful lot of crossover, or ambiguity in most as to the exact source (Night, Dawn and Day never make the source clear, just follow the lead from Night as to a vague reference to the space radiation - Which could be Alien or Manmade...we lack data dammit!). Perhaps classifying them by zombie type Voodoo, contemporary and steroid (smart/fast) zombie might be an idea (not that I think this would be less problematic). :D
So maybe we need a chart at the end like in your reviews giving different stats. A lot will have to be "unknown".

Options for Setting:
Post Apocalyptic (Day of the Dead, Land of the Dead,
Cannibal Gore Fest (Most things by fulci)
Initial Outbreak (Shawn of the Dead, Dawn of the Dead 2004)


Then we should have a way to rate them by zombie source type:
Toxin(Natural)
Toxin(Manmade)
Alien
Metaphysical
Unknown


For example,

Dawn of the Dead
  • Setting: Post Apocalyptic
    Cause: Unknown
I agree. I was thinking of just slappign voodoo under "metaphysical" but maybe your right. We could break that down more.

There may be some with cross over like a few Fulci films (or what I liek to call "what the fuck?" films) will have both Toxins and Metaphysical sources of zombies. We'll just have to list all the possibites. What other Characterists are there of Zombie films?
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Post by SMERSH » Thu Jul 07, 2005 8:44 pm

i think it would be much more interesting, and funny, if we just wrote a brief sentance on how it started
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Post by Agent281 » Mon Jul 18, 2005 12:45 am

Cool as a Chicken wrote:A zombie film features animated corpses or persons trapped between life and death who have any/all the following characteristics:
a. crave human flesh or brains
b. lack human consciousness
c. moan incessantly
d. controlled by a third party through drugs for evil purpose
e. have no pulse

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Post by Carnivore » Tue Jul 19, 2005 10:04 pm

Question: if we're including 28DL for reasons of "lack human conciousness" does that mean that movies like David Cronenberg's Rabid are eligible?
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Post by kyle » Wed Jul 20, 2005 9:03 am

I think we need to come up with a definition of what a "zombie" is.

Anyone have a good one that will help us narrow down our selection? We need a better guideline so we don't end up with Friday the 13th on our list.
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Post by kyle » Wed Jul 20, 2005 2:06 pm

Hey, Ashnack.

You have by far the largest collection of zombie movies I've ever seen and you might possibly have the largest collection of the members on this forum. Mugwug may be your biggest compitition. :)

What's in your collections that's missing from this list?
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Post by Ashnack » Wed Jul 20, 2005 2:09 pm

kyle wrote:Hey, Ashnack.

You have by far the largest collection of zombie movies I've ever seen and you might possibly have the largest collection of the members on this forum. Mugwug may be your biggest compitition. :)

What's in your collections that's missing from this list?

I will print out what is here and compare tonight.
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Post by Ashnack » Wed Jul 20, 2005 8:29 pm

Now there may be disagreement on some of these but here are the ones in my collection that I did not see listed so far. Most of these are very obscure but if you have questions on them feel free to ask.

Biker Zombies
Corpses Are Forever
Come Get Some
The Crazies
Dead Life
Dead Meat
Exhumed
Ghosts of Mars
Meat Market
Meat Market 2
Necropolis Awakened
The Omega Man
Siege of the Dead
Street Zombies (this one has been released under other names I think)
Zombie Campout
Zombie Doom
Zombie Night
Zombie Planet

Hide and Creep (this one is on order and I should have it in a few days)
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Post by Ashnack » Fri Aug 05, 2005 12:40 pm

Based on another thread

Winter of the Dead

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Post by Doomsday » Wed Sep 07, 2005 6:53 am

Feeding the Masses


Yeah Boiii! Just won a copy of this newbie from a HorrorWatch contest. Dude put it in the mail yesterday. Will be sure to tell yall how it is.
"Thought it was a nightmare.
Lo it's all so true.
They told me 'Don't go walkin' slow.
The devil's on the loose!'
Better run through the jungle..." -CCR

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