Hellspawn28 wrote:Goji wrote:-Zombi 3 (Silly Italian zombie flick, lots of fun)
That was also known as Burial Ground: The Nights of Terror (1981) right? The Zombi movies always seem confusing since you have so many of them? You have Zombie 4: After Death, Zombie 5: Killing Birds, Zombie 5: Revenge in the House of Usher, Zombie 6: Monster Hunter and Zombi 7 (aka Zombie '90: Extreme Pestilence). I was also told that Sexy Nights of the Living Dead (1980) is also given the title of Zombi 4: Cave Dwellers in Argentina?
tymon wrote:Man, it really makes me laugh when I remember that all this drama is centered around a fictional, giant atomic monster. Damn you, Godzilla!
FlamingZilla23 wrote:The only movie that ever comes close to being good as "Night of the living Dead" is "Day of the Dead" in my opinion.
Ethan wrote: Oh, and Zombi 6 is just an alternate title for the movie Absurd, which isn't a zombie film at all.
Indeed, it's more of a cannibal film. IIRC, ABSURD is the sequel to ANTHROPOPHAGUS.
Goji wrote:FlamingZilla23 wrote:The only movie that ever comes close to being good as "Night of the living Dead" is "Day of the Dead" in my opinion.
Nope. DAWN OF THE DEAD (1978) is equally as fantastic as those two.
Night of The Living Dead
Dawn of The Dead (Original and Remake)
Day Of The Dead (Original)
Dead Set (Well...TV Series)
The Evil Dead Movies
Flight of The Living Dead
Land Of The Dead
Survival of The Dead
Diary Of The Dead
Shaun Of The Dead
[REC] 3: Genesis (Just watched it yesterday, it was Ok).
Zombi and Zombie 2
Return Of The Living Dead (1 through 3, 4 is meh and havent watched 5)
Resident Evil (1 and Apocalypse)
Zombie Vikings would be the most amazing thing ever put on screen!
TechnoForce wrote:Zombie Vikings would be the most amazing thing ever put on screen!
Like the 13th warrior except set in a larger settlement and obviously with zombies.
Good zombies mind you. None of those 28 days later guys (Great film though) The nice slow walking dead variety.
FlamingZilla23 wrote:Can't argue with that, but I always prefer "Day of the Dead" anyways.Nope. DAWN OF THE DEAD (1978) is equally as fantastic as those two.
Dawn of the Dead(Remake)-have to say, loved this film to no end when I saw it at the theater. However, after all was said and done, I do have to say that the flick's rather glum ending left me a little down in the end. I remember taking my dog Blue with me to bed that night I saw it that night for some company. But still pretty good nonetheless.
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