While Dead Tropics has a lot of the core pieces of any zombie story, I really like the main character, Lori. She is a strong female who will do whatever she can to save her children. She is like a lioness protecting her cubs. Dead Tropics is a really good zombie novel for fans of the genre.
The summer has just begun for the boys, who will begin high school in the fall, and life is good….. Waking in the hospital almost a month later, Toby finds out that his best friend is dead, and no one knows who attacked the boys. Toby also learns that his life was saved by Mr. Joseph—a strange old man whom the neighborhood children have made fun of and tormented for years. Toby is lost, not understanding why his almost idyllic life has been shattered in such a brutal manner.
He makes his way over to Mr. Toby begins spending time with Mr. Joseph, learning about his life in Haiti before coming to America. What Toby eventually discovers about Mr. Joseph will shock Toby and test his loyalty to his new friend. The Awakening is a beautifully written story that involves Haitian zombies, racism and the ugliness of the human race. Toby and Mr. Joseph are deeply human and sympathetic characters that I really felt something for.
I was fully invested in these people. Joseph is most disturbing. It includes an amazing introduction by author Ray Garton, beautiful interior artwork by Erin Wells, and a fantastic cover design by Deena Warner. I highly recommend you pick this one up. Contains: some adult language, violence and gore. Years into the zombie apocalypse, twelve-year-old Riley has just lost her father to the plague and she is now alone.
Trying to survive in a well-stocked cabin in the woods, she is soon found by a local militia and must leave before they kill her—or worse. Jack, a former militia member who wants to redeem himself, gets Riley away, but unfortunately, not without losing his life. Once again on her own, and sick, Riley is found by a family, the Milners, who take her in. Things seem to be going well for a while, but then the Milners receive some unwanted visitors who take them to Poughkeepsie, a city run by gangs.
Riley is taken to the Sisters of Life, a glorified breeding center, where the Hag who is in charge tells Riley she is special. With her new family, Riley leaves the city and makes her way to a settlement where she may finally get some answers about who she really is. David Bernstein has given the zombie apocalypse a neat twist with Amongst the Dead and his character Riley.
She is a strong female character, as is her adopted mother, Joanne ,which is nice to see in apocalyptic fiction. The story is solid and believable and characters are well-developed. I was kind of freaked out by the Sisters of Life and their disturbing ways. She is wise beyond her years but craving human contact and love. Samhain has a huge hit on their hands with Amongst the Dead and its refreshing and not-so-bleak take on the apocalypse. Contains: violence, gore, adult language and sexual situations.
The story begins six months after the end of the first book, in Seattle, now a walled city. Sadie finds herself responsible for raising her nephew when her sister is killed.
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When zombies breach the city wall, she is rescued by Andrea, a friend with access to a boat. Once the boat is out at sea, zombies attack and kill the captain of the boat, leaving Sadie, her nephew, Andrea, and the other passengers lost and, eventually, stranded on an island infested with zombies that is already home to another group of survivors.
The biggest problem with the book is Sadie, the point of view character. She constantly makes poor decisions and judgments, both in her actions and in how she deals with other characters. Shane, her nephew, is little more than a plot moppet, mainly useful for motivating her bizarre mood swings. Pop culture references and witty dialogue still pepper the story, but the book lacks the emotional depth and character development of Allison Hewitt is Trapped. Roux is a talented writer, and I look forward to seeing what she comes up with next.
Contains: gore, torture, violence, cannibalism, sexual situations. Permuted Press, Available: Kindle e-book. Something strange has happened in Nevada, but no one is talking.
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Deputy Sheriff Jubal Slate of Serenity, New Mexico has his hands full with a mysterious illness making its way through town. A woman drives into town with a strange story of a military weapons experiment that went horribly wrong. Now, the disease is spreading, the sunrise is an eerie green and the dead are coming back.
I love zombies because they still truly scare me. What I loved about this particular zombie story is that it involves a government cover-up—which is doubly scary. What makes this zombie story different from others is that the zombies seem to have an otherworldly leader. The action is quick and the characters are well-written. The collaboration was seamless, and I look forward to reading book 2 in the series.
Dead Earth is a great addition to the world of zombie lit. Contains: violence and gore. Reviewed by: Colleen Wanglund. Available: Paperback and ebook. For the intelligent zombies that is. The problem is that the reader knows from the beginning that even the patrons are just zombies pretending to be newlyweds. The metafictional possibilities of zombies pretending to be humans pretending to be zombie victims could be very interesting.
But the effort to cram in social commentary and zombie humor very little of which is biology based weighs the prose down badly. The comparison to Clerks is misleading because I struggled to find a moral or theme other than zombies that tied the story together. Jokes didn't feed into each other, or tie together at the end. The potentially interesting psychology paled quickly under tired jokes and references to obscure B-movies.
The idea was great, and could have been done well, but ultimately, the book was lackluster and frustrating. Recommended only for hard core zombie fans. As an addendum, I think the author has excellent potential and will be looking for future works, hopefully with more meat. Contains: violence, gore, sexual references, language. Dead Things by Matt Darst. Dead Things is a stand-alone novel by Matt Darst. At the heart of this story are two young cadets, Ian and Van.
When their airplane crashes in the middle of the deep southern backwoods, they begin a journey to escape the ravages of a zombie infested world. This book showed a lot of promise, but it also had problems. While the politically religious backdrop of the new American government is compelling, it also threatens to consume the story as a great evil onto itself. Also, the third person perspective for the narrator is incredibly creepy. Some readers may like it, I did not. This book is ultimately a beautiful mess.
If you like books that are very big on ideas, but might not hit the landing so effectively, this is a read for you. Otherwise, I cannot recommend this book. They stop back at the CDC to get Max, Cynthia and Taylor, who are running out of power and in danger of being overrun by zombies. The ragtag group of survivors decides to make their way into Alabama, to a military facility where they might be able to get some help, and to give them any information Hemp has discovered through his experiments on the undead.
In the first Dead Hunger , the virus attacked the living with symptoms of severe headaches prior to turning. Now the survivors have discovered that after prolonged heavy rains, the previously dead are making their way out of the cemeteries. The group finds an almost empty steel warehouse that proves to be perfect for their needs—a safe place to hide where Hemp, the scientist, can continue his research. While out on various supply runs, the group discovers something strange occurring to poison ivy plants. They also discover something very odd in pools of standing water.
After Hemp makes some very good progress, the group decides it is time to move on and possibly find other survivors and maybe help end the zombie scourge ravaging civilization. The continuing story and character development are very good and as strong as in Dead Hunger.
I have some issues where certain scenarios seem too-good-to-be-true and some incidents are a little too convenient, but there is plenty of gore and zombie action to make up for that. These are so far the ultimate survivors who just might end up saving the world. Dead Hunger II is a lot of fun and keeps a good pace. I will say that you must read the first book before reading this one so you are up on all that is happening. Rotter World by Scott M. When a zombie virus was created in a government lab, vampires stole the virus and released it into the population, believing that humans would be so busy with the zombies they would stop hunting vampires.
Eight months later, six people are rescued and brought to a compound of survivors. One of those rescued is Dr. Compton, who created the virus in the first place. Compton also created an antidote, and now must make his way, with some help, to the military bunker where his research and equipment is kept, to produce it. Not only does the group have the zombies to deal with, but they also must contend with hatred and mistrust of the vampires and each other. Supernatural beings are on the same playing field as the humans they wanted to avoid, and now need them, just to survive.
The setting and scenarios are believable for a zombie story and sufficiently bloody and violent. Baker keeps a good pace throughout and manages a less-than-predictable ending. I highly recommend Rotter World. Quirk Books, ISBN: Available: New box set-- 96 pages with 78 playing cards. Obviously, those who can predict the future will survive the zombie apocalypse better than those who merely live moment to moment, trusting to luck.
Clairvoyants, fortune-tellers, seers, and other prescience-abled folks definitely have an edge. It would make a really great gift, especially for collectors of the glut of zombie-based material currently available. For these fanatics, the set offers something unique. The box itself is artfully designed, hip, vintage, and sturdy enough for classroom use. Inside are really gorgeous cards designed by Paul Kepple and Ralph Geroni. Purchase of the set is justifiable based on the cards alone.
The instruction booklet, written by Stacey Graham, is witty, and well-worded, but reiterates the zombie warnings and information found in other literature, although it departs from the bulk of them by suggesting multiple routes to peaceful co-existence. It ends with a cute page of old-timey ads for comfort products designed for the Z-age. The cool thing about the booklet is that it is an actual guide to Tarot, which means that you can learn to use the cards for readings. Recommended for ages 11 and up. Contains: Mild graphic artwork, based on reference to the occult!
Reviewed by: Sheila Shedd. Available: New. The Killing Floor picks up right where The Infection left off. Sarge, Wendy, Todd, and Anne, the survivors remaining after the events of the first book, split up and go off on separate missions. Ray Young, a survivor of the final bridge battle in The Infection thinks he has been given what should have been a fatal sting from one of the infected creatures. Believing that Ray might be the source of a cure for the infection, the military sends a unit out to find him.
In the case of Ray Young, DiLouie takes a step back and makes him a more complicated and compelling character. To appreciate The Killing Floor one really needs to read The Infection first, as that is where DiLouie does a great deal of his world building. Recommended for public library collections.
Highly Recommended. Survivors The Morningstar Strain by Z. The third book in the Morningstar Strain series follow various groups from the first two books, with the focus on the group with Anna Demilio and Francis Sherman. Anna and Francis have made a base in Omaha, where they attempt to survive as Anna tries to find a cure for the virus that turns people into zombies. The book also follows a group of sailors trying to reach Omaha with a man who has apparent immunity to the virus, and might just be the cure.
In the meantime, a separate military faction is looking to capture Anna, with hopes to control the cure and the power that would come with it. In this book, the true enemy is the rogue military faction and other survivor groups rather than the zombies. It should be noted that the author Z. Recht passed away before the book could be finished, and Thom Brannan stepped in to complete it. The book would have be well served by having a opening table of the characters so people can become reacquainted with them.
The Morningstar Strain remains one of my favorite zombie titles, but I think that the sad passing of the author has taken its toll on this book. Still, libraries will want to get a copy of The Survivors if for no other reason that it is the finishing book of the Morningstar Strain series. Contains: Violence, gore. Reviewed by: Dylan Kowalewski. Zombie Hospital by Angela Verdenius. Zombie Hospital is a snarky short story about a pair of nurses at a l ow-quality hospital struggling to deal with a zombie uprising.
It's a fun read, but abbreviated, like the opening chapter of a longer tale. Eat Slay Love by Jesse Petersen. Orbit, Available: new and used mass market paperback; e-book. Their goal is to deliver their tiny vial of zombie-cure vaccine to the authorities so that the plague can be stopped. Oh, and the rhythm of his breathing has become very weird. Sarah tries not to worry about all this, but Nicole—ever the sharp reporter—picks up on the situation and demands an explanation.
Their trip is interrupted early on by a cult that kidnaps them and steals their supplies, but they manage to escape due to some miraculous work by David. When the group finally reaches the Wall, the situation is not at all what they expected. Needless to say, there are lots of soldiers on the East side of the Wall and even more zombies on the West side.
Petersen balances the blood-and-guts zombie battles with just the right amount of wisecracking humor. Contains: the usual zombie gore. Reviewed by: Patricia Mathews. Frail by Joan Frances Turner. Avon, This is the second book in the zombie apocalypse series, The Resurgam Trilogy ; the first book was Dust. By the time the plague has run its course, each of the survivors belongs to one of these three groups:.
They crave flesh, are extremely strong, heal from any injury, and are for the most part unkillable and immortal. The heroine, Amy, is one of the rare pure humans, called frails because they are so much weaker than the exes. She soon meets up with Lisa, who is the ex-human sister of Jessie, the zombie heroine of the previous book.
Lisa and Amy form a fragile partnership and travel on together, but are soon captured by a group of exes and humans, in which the exes are in charge and the humans are their slaves. Amy must deal with secrets from her past, hallucinations or maybe demonic spirits in her present, and total uncertainty in her future. This book sheds light on the mysterious activities taking place at the labs on the shores of Lake Michigan that were also mentioned in the previous book. Those labs have a direct connection with Amy and her mother, Lisa and her sister, and several other characters in this book.
Maggie and Billy, characters from the previous book also show up: neither is friendly toward Lisa or Amy. The ending leaves Amy and her ragtag group on the road again, ready for their adventures in book three.go to site
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This is an entirely different kind of story than the one told in Dust. Frail overflows with metaphorical language and mystical experiences, sometimes to the point of perplexity for the reader, whereas Dust was a novel of fairly straightforward, if strange, relationships. Contains: graphic violence and zombie gore. Zombielicious by Timothy McGivney. MLR Press, Available: Trade paperback and Kindle ebook. Zombielicious is equal parts sex and zombie apocalypse, in a fast-paced, over-the-top tale of finding love in the middle of disaster. Twins Molly a spoiled brat whose greatest aspiration is to win a singing contest and have people do what she wants and Walt a perfectionist deeply ashamed of his sexuality who tries to make up for it by pleasing the people around him meet up with Jill an ex-porn star turned nurse who can't even use scientific terms for body parts , Ace the security guard who thinks Jill owes him sex because he's a fan and Joey a teen who is selling his body to science to get the money to run away from his hateful parents and have to support each other through the zombie uprising.
For zombie apocalypse fans, Zombielicious might be a good choice; this book has lots of fight scenes, some hot smut scenes, and lots of gore. But for those who want a little more, this may be unsatisfying. Public collections will find other books better suited to diversity of theme.
Contains: Violence, gore, very crude language, explicit sex hetero and homosexual , rape. Reviewed by: Michele Lee. Carnage Road by Gregory Lamberson. Print is Dead an imprint of Creeping Hemlock Press , The zombie apocalypse has begun. The Floating Dragons motorcycle gang has hung on as long as possible.
Now Boone and Walker are the only ones left, and they have decided to hit the road and head to Hollywood. It is a long and dangerous road that takes them to an enclave of right-wing fascists, an abandoned movie theater where the zombies are also enjoying the film, and an eerily familiar last stand in Texas.
Carnage Road holds up extremely well in the subgenre with a well-written and interesting story. Even though Boone and Walker are from an outlaw gang, they are very likable characters. Hissers by Ryan C. They are preparing to attend a huge party when tragedy strikes. A plane crashes in their small town, obliterating the location of the party and everyone there. The four teens were in the local park before heading over and see the devastation.
They rush to help but are told to back off by local police responding to the scene. The dead begin to rise and feed on the living. The kids attempt to get to their families, but it is too late. The zombies are making their way through town and they are spreading…. In an attempt to get to safety the teens come across Lt. The teens spend the night hiding in the high school and baring their souls to each other.
A very strong bond forms and now they are ready to try to get out of town before the military carries out its plans to contain what was unleashed by the plane crash. Yes, the main characters are teenagers but they are real and completely relatable, no matter how old you are. Their time in the school is heart-wrenching and cathartic, and makes them even more endearing. The story flows smoothly and it held my interest throughout. Hissers is a great read.
Dead of Night by Jonathan Maberry. A supposedly dead serial killer, Homer Gibbon has been transferred there so that he can be buried on his family plot. It turns out that Homer is not dead; he has been injected with a serum that makes him a carrier for the zombie plague. I highly recommend Dead of Night to both fans of zombie fiction and those new to the genre. In the past decade, horror fiction has been overrun with zombie books; they number as many as the teeming undead that are found within their pages. Dead of Night is a step above the rest; it has excellent pacing and will keep you reading until you have finished the book.
Revive by Thomas James Brown. It is Christmas time, and the holiday rush is on. Phil lost his construction job and is trying to support his wife and kids as a department store Santa. He is miserable and worried. Looking for a quiet place to relax and have some coffee, Phil stumbles upon an out-of-the-way coffee shop called Revive. Phil has also recently been spooked by some very scary hallucinations while at work—those of an emaciated young girl. Tammy is hoping to help support her sick mother and two younger brothers as well as try to make a nice Christmas for them.
Getting a job at Revive, she is surprised the place can make any money. It seems as though the only people ever in the coffee shop are a handful of withered old regulars. Just hours before midnight on Christmas Eve, the regulars have gathered at Revive for their usual coffees and snacks. Something is not right with the newer coffee beans and tonight Tammy, Phil and the regulars of Revive will find out too late what drinking the coffee has done.
At its core, Revive is a zombie story with a very unique means of infection. It is deliberately paced and subtle in its delivery but when the story reaches its climax it hits quick and hard. Both Tammy and Phil are good people down on their luck and just trying to get through the holiday season. They each have their issues, but in the grand scheme of things, it all really just comes down to survival. All of the characters are well developed and most are likeable and sympathetic.
I loved how the story kept me reading and wondering what was going to finally happen. In the end, Revive delivers the goods with, while not a totally unexpected ending, certainly an interesting one. Thomas James Brown has added a subtlety to zombies that I really enjoyed. Contains violence, gore, and adult language. Dead Hunger by Eric A. Dolphin Moon Publishing, Available: New paperback. When the zombie apocalypse happened, Flex Sheridan was on the phone with his sister Jamie. Flex does find his niece Trina as well as his lost love, Gem.
A virus has attacked the living and turned them into zombies by destroying the brain. The main symptom is a migraine-like headache. Flex and Gem decide to make their way to the CDC in Atlanta to look for other survivors and hopefully find a cure so they can save Jamie. Along the way they pick up Hemp, a scientist who is determined to find the cause of the apocalypse. What they ultimately discover about the zombies is truly frightening. The first in a planned series of zombie apocalypse novels, Dead Hunger reminds me of a pulp novel.
Some of the scenarios are a little too-good-to-be-true, as were the main characters, but it is very entertaining. The novel is well-written, and a fast-paced read. Dead Hunger has some interesting twists and an unpredictable nail-biter of an ending, which is a great thing in my opinion. Overall, I enjoyed Dead Hunger. Shelman has penned a cool addition to zombie apocalypse lit. Contains: violence, gore and adult language. Holiday of the Dead : A Zombie Anthology.
Available: new paperback and kindle edition. A vacation cruise, a family gathering for Thanksgiving, a fishing trip, and the Fourth of July are just a few of the events interrupted by zombie uprisings in Holiday of the Dead. As a lover of all things zombie this anthology is right up my alley and for the most part, I enjoyed it. There are many other really good stories in Holiday of the Dead, but as with any anthology there are a few misses. Contains: violence, gore, sex and adult language.
Maxwell Lazlow is a private investigator in the corrupt town of Beat City. He is looking for a missing woman named Ginger, who also happens to be his sister.
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He has followed Demetrius Sloan, the man Ginger worked for, to the docks late one night. Sloan, the biggest crime lord in the city is waiting for a cargo ship from Thailand. Max discovers the cargo and is horrified by what he sees. What does Sloan have planned for his unique and deadly cargo? Will Max survive long enough to find out? The first in a planned series, Undead Nocturne is a well-written novella with engaging characters and a nicely paced story. Max Lazlow is a likeable character and Sloan is a real bastard who you will love to hate.
Even though Undead Nocturne is about the zombie apocalypse, it has a great noir feel to it. I love zombies and William Todd Rose always writes them very well. Dying Days by Armand Rosamilia. Darlene is trying to survive in a world ravaged by zombies. She has made her way to northern Florida in the hopes of finding other survivors. What she finds is an outpost of survivors, a kind of early warning system for the city of St. While with this group of survivors, Darlene learns that there are cities all over the country—the world—that have managed to rebuild in the wake of the apocalypse, including her hometown, which she left after losing everything.
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Now she is helping to locate a large group of refugees from Orlando, which has not fared so well. Unfortunately, when Darlene and her fellow guides find the refugees, they get a lot more than they bargained for. Well-rounded characters and fast-paced action are abundant here. They really are more fun that way. Contains: gore, violence, adult language and sexual situations. Breathers by S. Available: Print and multiformat ebook. Andy is at rock bottom. He lives in his parents' wine cellar, and has no social life other than weekly support group meeting and appointments with a therapist who can't be bothered to care.
Worse, because he's dead, he has no rights to reclaim any semblance of a life. While it has threads of zombie apocalypse, Breathers is remarkably different because of the main character. First, Andy spends most of the book mute. Breathers is a deeper read than your average zombie tale, but doesn't forget its genre roots. Browne has written a book that is fun at times, terrifying at others and absolutely compelling.
Highly recommended for public collections and an essential addition to modern zombie collections. Contains: Sex, gore, language. The Fields by Ty Schwamberger. The Zombie Feed, Available digital edition. Unfortunately, Billy is failing miserably: he is barely able to earn a living to sustain himself through the coming winter.
One day, Mr. Billy is unsure of Mr. Stratford returns the next morning, and Billy accepts his offer of help. The first thing Mr. The next morning, Billy finds Mr. Stratford with the reanimated corpses, ready to do the work they used to do while alive. Unfortunately for Billy, his good intentions go horribly awry. While I like the idea of The Fields, I was disappointed in its execution. There are far too many unnecessary details and ramblings. The story is all over the place. There are a couple of weird dreams that Billy has that seem out of place in the story. This novella might have been better as a short story or chapbook.
I recommend that you pass on this one. Contains violence, gore and adult language. Dead Tide Rising by Stephen A. In Dead Tide, Stephen A. North introduced us to various people attempting to survive and escape the newly begun zombie apocalypse in Pinellas Park, Florida. Dead Tide Rising continues with those chaotic first few hours and days of the collapse of civilization. Petersburg when the apocalypse hit.
A cruise ship was attacked by the military for violating the quarantine imposed on the city and surrounding suburbs. Two groups of people, including public servants, attempt to make it out of the station and get to one of the supposed safe evacuation zones. Another group, who escaped the carnage at the harbor is assessing their situation in a boat on the bay. And one soldier has gone completely off the deep end.
Not everyone will survive. The military initially issued a shoot to kill order for both infected and uninfected alike. The government is in shambles and dealing with mutiny in the ranks. Not even the president is safe in his hidden bunker. People are dying at the hands of the zombies and each other. Will anyone make it out alive? The book seamlessly continues the initial chaos from the first book and in the same tone.
No character is sacred. Stephen A. North once again does a great job with the zombie sub-genre. Contains violence, gore, adult language, sexual situations. Zone One by Colson Whitehead. When a plague hits the entire planet, Mark Spitz is just one of the few survivors. Mark is right there with the rest of them, and being part of the militia designated to clean-up duty, we see his PASD in all its destructive glory over the course of three days as he and his team set out to clean sweep portions of Manhattan, New York.
He and his team go block by block, building by building, floor by floor, seeking out any remaining zombies to destroy them. Mark begins to question all their efforts as the hours and days pass. About the Author: Rachel Carter. Rachel Carter grew up surrounded by trees and snow and mountains. She is the author of the So Close to You series with Harperteen. These days you can find her working on her next novel in the woods of Vermont.
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The Evil Dead : Five friends travel to a cabin in the woods, where they unknowingly release flesh-possessing demons. Army of Darkness : A man is accidentally transported to A. I Am Legend : Years after a plague kills most of humanity and transforms the rest into monsters, the sole survivor in New York City struggles valiantly to find a cure. The Walking Dead. World War Z : United Nations employee Gerry Lane traverses the world in a race against time to stop the Zombie pandemic that is toppling armies and governments, and threatening to destroy humanity itself.
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Land of the Dead : The living dead have taken over the world, and the last humans live in a walled city to protect themselves as they come to grips with the situation. The Crazies : The military attempts to contain a manmade combat virus that causes death and permanent insanity in those infected, as it overtakes a small Pennsylvania town. Evil Dead II : The lone survivor of an onslaught of flesh-possessing spirits holds up in a cabin with a group of strangers while the demons continue their attack. Quarantine : A television reporter and her cameraman are trapped inside a building quarantined by the CDC after the outbreak of a mysterious virus which turns humans into bloodthirsty killers.
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Dead Set During a fictional series of Big Brother, a zombie outbreak occurs, but the house-mates are unaware of the impending doom outside of the Big Brother House. Resident Evil: Apocalypse : Alice awakes in Raccoon City, only to find it has become infested with zombies and monsters. With the help of Jill Valentine and Carlos Olivera, Alice must find a way out of the city before it is destroyed by a nuclear missile.
Re-Animator : A dedicated student at a medical college and his girlfriend become involved in bizarre experiments centering around the re-animation of dead tissue when an odd new student arrives on campus. The Horde : An end of the world battle between gangsters, cops and zombies. Resident Evil: Extinction : Survivors of the Raccoon City catastrophe travel across the Nevada desert, hoping to make it to Alaska. Alice joins the caravan and their fight against the evil Umbrella Corp. Resident Evil: Afterlife : While still out to destroy the evil Umbrella Corporation, Alice joins a group of survivors who want to relocate to the mysterious but supposedly unharmed safe haven known only as Arcadia.
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We follow him as he wanders through suburbia during the throes of a cadaverous apocalypse. Dance of the Dead : On the night of the big High-School Prom, the dead rise to eat the living, and the only people who can stop them are the losers who couldn't get dates to the dance. The Wes Craven's Serpent and the Rainbow : An anthropologist goes to Haiti after hearing rumors about a drug used by black magic practitioners to turn people into zombies.
Night of the Creeps : Alien brain parasites, entering humans through the mouth, turn their host into a killing zombie. Some teenagers start to fight against them. Versus : There are portals that connect this world to the other side. These are concealed from all human beings. Somewhere in Japan exists the th portal The forest of resurrection.
Bride of Re-Animator : Doctors Herbert West and Dan Cain discover the secret to creating human life and proceed to create a perfect woman from dead tissue. House : Roger Cobb is a Vietnam vet whose career as a horror novelist has taken a turn for the worse when his DeadHeads : Two inexplicably coherent zombies awake amidst a zombie attack, and decide to take a road trip to find the one's lost love, unaware they are being chased by the agents of a ruthless company with its own agenda.
The Zombie Diaries : 85 mins. Wasting Away : Turning the zombie film on its head, this film is an oddball comedy from the perspective of the brain munching monsters themselves. Boy Eats Girl : A boy declares his love for his girlfriend, only to die the same night. He is brought back to life by his mother as a flesh-craving zombie, who sires more teen undead while trying to control his, er, appetite for his beloved. Undead : A quaint Australian fishing village is overcome by meteorites that turn its residents into the ravenous undead, leaving a small group of those unharmed to find a way out.
Once the dead have returned, Pitchford Cove will never be the same again Rabid : A young woman develops a taste for human blood after undergoing experimental plastic surgery, and her victims turn into rabid, blood-thirsty zombies who proceed to infect others, which turns into a city-wide epidemic. Doghouse : A group of men head to a remote village to help one of their friends get over his divorce; when they get there, though, they discover that all the women have been infected with a virus that makes them man-hating cannibals.
Brain Dead : The story of six people caught in the unusual except in horror films predicament of being stranded in a deserted fishing lodge with a host of alien-infected, mutant amoeba-controlled zombies at their doorstep. Tokyo Zombie : mins. Mutants : 95 mins. Severed : A multi-national forestry company engages in genetic experimentation to increase logging yield in a remote section of forest Mutant Chronicles : 28th century soldier Mitch Hunter leads a fight against an army of underworld Mutants.