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Zombies. Vampires. Undead things that should not be. Now the dead share their tales, with over two dozen tales of brain-feasting, blood-drinking, revenge-seeking horror. Follow the walking dead through playgrounds, shopping centers, deserted towns, and corporate complexes as they continue their relentless quests.
- Dawn of the Dead (2004)
- Shaun of the Dead
- 28 Days Later
- Army of Darkness
- Dawn of the Dead (1979)
- Night of the Living Dead (1968)
- Dead Alive
- Plan 9 From Outer Space
- Planet Terror
- Probably one of the greatest remakes of all time. I laughed, I cried, I got seriously grossed out. Plus the guy who plays Phil on Modern Family is a total trip.
- Somehow this movies manages to be both hilarious and downright tense and frightening. It’s a hard combo, but Simon Pegg is a genius.
- Right before, as in like 20 minutes, I saw this movie in theaters, I got my rook pierced and a tattoo, and this became my most intense movie viewing experience of all time. But even when I’m not in crazy pain, I still love this movie.
- Too, too much fun.
- Some people think this is better than the remake. Those people are wrong. But this is a good movie.
- The one that started it all. Kinda. Okay, so George Romero didn’t invent the zombie, but he did make a classic film that really invented the genre as we know it today.
- The cover alone creeps me out.
- Maybe not so much a “zombie” movie or even a “movie” as a hilarious travesty of film by the “brilliant” Ed Wood.
- Robert Rodriquez knows how to make an awesome zombie flick.
- *I haven’t actually seen Zombieland because of my current issues with Jesse Eisenberg (he knows what he did), but I want to see it, and generally consesus via the internet is that if you like zombies, you should see Zombieland
- World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War by Max Brooks
- The Zombie Survival Guide by Max Brooks
- Monster Island by David Wellington
- Marvel Zombies: Graphic Novel by Robert Kirkman and Sean Phillips
- Pride & Prejudice & Zombies by Jane Austen… and some other guy
- I don’t know if I approve of mash ups in general, but this one, I kinda dug.
- Breathers: A Zombie’s Lament by S. G. Browne
- Unicorns vs. Zombies by Holly Black*
- Hollowland by Amanda Hocking **
- Hands down, the best zombie book ever.
- I’m not a huge fan of Marvel Comics, but any series that has Peter Parker eating Mary Jane is pretty awesome. Plus, it has an Army of Darkness cross over.
- *I haven’t read this yet. ($9.99 on Kindle? Yeah, right). But I keep imagining how awesome it is.
- **I wrote this. So my opinion is biased. But I do recommend that you read it 🙂
- Pan’s Labyrinth
- The Hills Have Eyes (2006)
- The Lost Boys
- Texas Chainsaw Massacre
- Nightmare on Elmstreet (1984)
- Friday the 13th (1980)
- An American Werewolf in London
- Ernest Scared Stupid
- The Exorcist
- Anything by David Lynch. Eraserhead and Blue Velvet are my top picks. His movies make my skin crawl and I get nauseous. That man is the true master of horror.
- No movie has ever freaked me out more as an adult. Because of this:
- I saw this movie twice in theaters. I never do that. But I loved this movie. It has Ted Levine! And really, really horrible creatures! But the sequel might be the worst movie ever made.
- Not scary at all. But awesome.
- The original or the remake. Doesn’t matter. I love them both.
- I didn’t appreciate Freddy’s genius until a few years ago. Now I imagine that if Michael Ian Black were a pedophile that got burned alive, this is what he’d be like. He’s very funny.
- Yeah, it’s horrible. That’s why its awesome.
- This movie really grossed me out as a kid. The werewolf transformation… is disturbing. But I love this movie anyway. And fun fact: I don’t even like werewolves. And it has the Dr. Pepper guy.
- No movie has ever given me more nightmares this one. It’s supposedly a film for “children” but I saw this when I was 10 and it still terrified me. It could be because of massive fear of trolls (truth), but that troll was really scary. Really.
- Classic terror.
When one of their own betrays them to follow a strange young rabbi from Galilee, the elders of the vampire race dispatch Theron, a nine hundred year old assassin, to kill them both.
The rabbi’s name is Jesus. Killing him should be easy.
“33 A.D. by David McAfee is a wildly original, non-stop pulse pounder that tells the story of a vampire assassin whose mission is to kill Jesus of Nazareth. In a genre mired by cliché stories, this stands out as something bold and new.”
- – Jeremy Robinson, author of Pulse and Instinct
The giveaway for the paperback of 33 A.D. has the same rules as the other Zombiepalooza giveaways –