Call of Duty: World at War Top zombie movies to watch on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, Disney+ & other Streaming services, out on DVD/Blu-ray or in cinema's right now.
DIRECTOR: Hannah Hungary, Tony Hip well CAST: Miles Watts, Tony Hip well, Hannah Hungary Based on the cult UK zombie comedy series, Zomblogalypse merges the horrors of living in a zombie apocalypse with the absurdity of recording video blogs. But it’s not all brutal killings and violence sprees as the survivors find themselves bored with their methods and resort to video blogs as a means of something to do.
Written and directed by Hannah Hungary and Tony Hip well, this comedic horror stars Andrew Dunn, Joanne Mitchell, and Lindsey Crane. Director Zack Snyder (Dawn of the Dead) helms this genre-twist of an action picture that is equal parts heist and zombie survival.
The film’s ensemble cast includes Dave Bautista, Ella Parnell, Ana de la Regular, Theo Rossi, TIG Notary, and Human Qureshi among others. 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017 and the 2010s best rated zombie movies out on DVD, Blurry or streaming on VoD (Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, Disney+ & More).
When his team unexpectedly... Read more Watch the trailer of Train To Susan 2: Peninsula Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates. DIRECTOR: Jeff Barnaby CAST: Michael Grey eyes, Elle-Máijá Tail feathers & Forrest Good luck A plague has turned everyone into zombies, except for the members of an old Canadian, indigenous tribe.
DIRECTOR: Jim Baruch CAST: Bill Murray, Adam Driver & Tilda Swindon After 2013's brilliant vampire flick 'Only Lovers Left Alive', American cult director Jim Baruch focuses on zombies this time around. With a stellar cast led by Adam Driver, Bill Murray and Tilda Swindon this lovely zombie comedy is bound to become a classic.
DIRECTOR: Ruben Fleischer CAST: Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson & Emma Stone Ten years after the release of zombie comedy Zombie land, Columbus, Tallahassee, Wichita, and Little Rock are finally back in this highly anticipated sequel. DIRECTOR: Hector Hernández Vices CAST: Sophie Skeleton Johnathon Scratch Jeff Gum Granted, 'Day of the Dead: Bloodline' isn't the very best or most original zombie flick you've ever seen.
DIRECTOR: Sang-ho Leon CAST: Yew Gong Soon Kim Yuri Jung While a zombie virus breaks out in South Korea, passengers struggle to survive on the train from Seoul to Susan. A slick businessman who cares about no one but himself, is forced to work with others and thereby regain the trust of his daughter when the Zombie endemic hits the inside of the train.
DIRECTOR: Cold McCarthy CAST: Gemma Atherton Dominique Tipped Glenn Close The story is set in a dystopian future where a virus has turned the humankind into a Zombie like species; a girl who is considered special has to embark upon a journey... Read more Watch the trailer of The Girl with All the Gifts RATING: 80/100 RELEASE DATE: June 9th, 2017 Stream The Girl with All the Gifts via: Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates. DIRECTOR: Marc Forster CAST: Brad Pitt Miracle Enos Daniella Pertest Human race is in potential danger of complete annihilation as a Zombie outbreak is threatening the overthrow of governments, destruction of armies and all the onus to... Read more Watch the trailer of World War Z RATING: 70/100 RELEASE DATE: June 21st, 2013 Stream World War Z via: Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates.
DIRECTOR: Tommy Nikola CAST: Vegas Hotel Ran Gamut Martin Starr A man in Norway is running from Nazi zombies and comes across eight American students on vacation who seem to be zombie enthusiasts, he learns new techniques to fight and... Read more Watch the trailer of Did SNL 2 RATING: 70/100 RELEASE DATE: October 7th, 2014 Stream Did SNL 2 via: Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates. The Autopsy of Jane Doe is strictly a zombie movie, but don't expect millions of walking dead.
DIRECTOR: Jonathan Levine CAST: Nicholas Holt Teresa Palmer John Markovic The story highlights a beautiful bond between the living and the dead; A zombie saves a girl's life and the incidence sets into motion development of their... Read more Watch the trailer of Warm Bodies RATING: 69/100 RELEASE DATE: February 1st, 2013 Stream Warm Bodies via: Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates. DIRECTOR: KIA Roache-Turner CAST: Jay Gallagher Bianca Bradley Leon Bur chill The apocalypse is upon the Earth and a mad deranged doctor kidnaps a mechanic's sister; so he decides to load his car with tools and drive through the hordes of... Read more Watch the trailer of Wormwood RATING: 63/100 RELEASE DATE: September 19th, 2014 Stream Wormwood via: Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates.
Related: the Best new Found Footage movies in 2021 & 2020 (Netflix, Prime, Hulu & Cinema List) If you’re in for some gore and bloody fun then the Zombie genre might be something for you. It's no longer merely blasting heads off of wandering undead monsters, but the genre has found ways to make it more interesting.
We have the harrowing moral quandaries posed by The Walking Dead, the high-octane FPS action of Black Ops 3, and the traumatizing horror of Resident Evil. You are offered a sidelong view of the black-and-white action and given ways to influence it, guiding your unthinking chargers over the booby traps they would otherwise fall blindly into.
Once you have established a domestic base, the game becomes a matter of tense smash and grabs, weighing up potential loot against the chance of zombie encounters. Where most zombie games are about hitting the dead with something weighty before moving onto heavier artillery, Zombie is about avoidance, careful management, and slow-burn strategy.
Seeing as we’re still no closer to a Left 4 Dead 3 release date, a new game that rigidly follows the formula of co-op zombie slaying that the L4D series popularized will have to suffice. World War Z doesn’t offer anything revolutionary of its own to that formula, but it’s still heaps of fun when playing through its gauntlet-style campaign missions with friends, upgrading your kit over time, and watching rotting corpses explode under heavy machine gun fire.
Trapped in the famously labyrinthine Spencer Mansion, as Chris Redfield or Jill Valentine, ravenous zombies and dangerous mutations lie behind every corner in Resident Evil, often obscured or blocked by inventive environmental puzzles. Fixed camera angles intensify the sensation of claustrophobia and your limited inventory keeps you feeling vulnerable.
These are the most horrifying undead shufflers the series has produced so far, with each one’s warped, bloody face telling a story of how they got infected. Alternatively, you can go for the limbs: a couple of pistol shots is enough to snap off an ankle, making them a lot less mobile and allowing you to carefully skirt around them.
Scuff a shot, and it will still tear a chunk of flesh off your target, adding some gory gravitas to every spent cartridge. However, the reason we’ve singled out Black Ops 4 in particular is because it offers players three zombie maps free of charge, as well as a haul of increasingly ridiculous undead-infested locales as DLC.
Thankfully, combat and RPG-lite progression are engaging enough to keep you going: you will start with melee-based weapons, but later you will happen upon throwable knives and machetes allowing for satisfying one-hit kills. Then Dying Light takes that cloth, stuffs it into a bottle, sets it on fire, and hurls it from a great height into a pack of undead.
For best results, ignore the more repetitive missions and take to the rooftops of Harlan, built with vertical meandering in mind. They may have been working with borrowed parts, but Tech land put together one of the best zombie games in Dying Light, which is why we’re so excited for the sequel.
With a story penned by the legendary Chris Alone, the narrative complexity promised by Dying Light 2’s factions system is exciting. Organ Trail tasks you with guiding a station wagon of survivors on a journey out west and like all zombie survival games your primary concerns are keeping a good stock of food, medicine, and ammo, not to mention avoiding roaming packs of flesh-eating undead.
While some post-apocalyptic scenarios default to a familiar version of zombie-dom we have long been desensitized to, Left 4 Dead 2 presents a world in which normality is all too recent. Though cities have emptied out after waves of evacuations, humanity feels close enough to touch thanks to the messages scrawled on the walls of safe houses.
There is a tendency to disarm you with humor and half an hour of respite before swiping cruelly at the characters you have come to care about in a way that only the best adventure games on PC can. From your top-down perspective you call in rescue helicopters, direct sniper teams, and make monstrous sacrifices to achieve your goal.
The game goes hard on the camp, gratuitous fun of guiltless gore, and the testicle-busting X-Ray kill cam makes sniping your foes as satisfying as mashing them with a hammer. After all, these are not only undead abominations, but also Nazis; even the gentlest pacifist can enjoy blowing them up like a barrel of melons and watching the juices fly.
You can even modify and upgrade your guns to shoot flames or spew out lightning, and create a custom skill build to mow down the zombies with brutal efficiency. Whether you’re all about trying to rebuild society against constant waves of shufflers with your fellow survivors, or you just want to run as fast as you can away from the undead, there’s a zombie game here for you.
If you’ve finished up all of these then be sure to check out our thoughts on the Dying Light: Bad Blood battle royale or read our State of Decay 2 PC review to find out why we chose the original for this list.