Top 10 Zombie Horror Movies Of All Time



Ana (Sarah Polley) manages to flee after her husband is attacked by a zombie horror neighbour, only to discover that her Milwaukee neighbourhood has been taken over by the undead. Ana joins cautious police officer Kenneth (Ving Rhames) and a small group that head to the neighbourhood mall as a refuge from danger after being questioned by him. The group forms a coalition to battle the undead hordes after demonstrating to sceptical security officers that they are not contaminated.

  • R for language, gore, recurring severe violence, and sexual content.
    Genre: Horror
    Language of Origin: English
  • Zack Snyder is the filmmaker
  • Marc Abraham is the creator
  • Authors: James Gunn and George A. Romero
  • Release Date: March 19, 2004, in theatres
  • 26 October 2004: Release Date (Streaming)
  • Gross domestic box office: $58.9M
  • 1 hour 40 minutes.
  • Universal Pictures is the distributor.
  • DTS, Dolby SRD, Surround, SDDS sound mix
  • Scope: Aspect Ratio (2.35:1)


Former U.N. investigator Gerry Lane (Brad Pitt) recognises that the metropolitan gridlock he and his family encounter is not your typical traffic jam. When the city suddenly devolves into chaos, his suspicions are shown to be correct. Healthy humans are being transformed into aggressive, mindless animals by a deadly virus that is transmitted by a single bite. Gerry leads a global search to identify the origin of the disease and, perhaps, a solution to stop its spread as the pandemic threatens to wipe out all of humanity.

  • PG-13 (intense, spooky zombie sequence; disturbing images; violence).
  • Horror, action, and adventure are all popular genres.
  • English is the language of origin.
  • Marc Forster is the filmmaker.
  • Ian Bryce, Jeremy Kleiner, Dede Gardner, and Brad Pitt serve as producers.
  • Writers: Matthew Carnahan, Michael
  • The film will be released in theatres on June 21, 2013.
  • Release date (streaming): September 17, 2013.
  • Box office revenue in the United States was $202.4 million.
  • 1 hour and 55 minutes
  • Paramount Pictures is the distributor.
  • Dolby and Datasat sound mixes


Shaun (Simon Pegg) is a loser in his 30s who has a boring, simple life. When he’s not working at the electronics store, he shares a modest flat outside of London with his unkempt best friend, Ed (Nick Frost). His fiancée, Liz (Kate Ashfield), who fervently wants Shaun to mature and become a man, is the only unpredictability in his life. Shaun must step up to the plate and defend Liz and his mother when the town is mysteriously overtaken by zombies (Penelope Wilton).

  • R (language, gore, and violent zombies)
  • Horror and comedy
  • English is the language of origin.
  • Edgar Wright, director.
  • Creator: Nira Park
  • Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright wrote this.
  • Original release date (in theatres): April 9, 2004.
  • Date of release: December 21, 2004 (Streaming)
  • $13.5 million in domestic box office revenue
  • 1 hour and 37 minutes.
  • Focus Features is the distributor.
  • Dolby SRD, DTS, SDDS, and surround sound
  • Scope: Aspect Ratio (2.35:1)


A dangerous Sumatran rat-monkey inadvertently bites overprotective mother Vera Cosgrove (Elizabeth Moody), who was watching her grown son Lionel (Timothy Balme) while he visited the zoo with the gorgeous Paquita (Diana Pealver). When his mother gets the bite, Lionel tries to keep her safely locked away in the basement, but when she escapes, most of the neighbours transform into the walking dead and attend a high-society party that Lionel’s obnoxious uncle Les is throwing (Ian Watkin).

  • Rating: R
  • Genres such as horror and comedy
  • English is the language of origin.
  • Peter Jackson helms the film.
  • Jim Booth, producer
  • Authors include Fran Walsh, Peter Jackson, and Stephen Sinclair.
  • Original theatrical release date: February 12, 1993
  • on the 8th of September, 1998
  • $70.5K in domestic box office revenue
  • 1 hour and 41 minutes
  • Trimark Pictures is the distributor.


A terrible plague has split the world’s zombie and human populations apart. R, an odd zombie played by Nicholas Hoult, saves Julie (Teresa Palmer) from being attacked by his fellow walking dead. R stands apart from the other zombies in Julie’s eyes, and the two begin an unconventional romance. A series of events develops that have the potential to change the entire lifeless world as their friendship deepens and R becomes more and more human.

  • PG-13 for zombie violence and some language.
  • Genre: Horror
  • English is the language of origin.
  • Jonathan Levine is the director.
  • The producers are Todd Lieberman, David Hoberman, and Bruna Papandrea.
  • Jonathan Levine wrote this.
  • Wide release date: February 1, 2013
  • Date of release: June 4, 2013 (Streaming)
  • $66.4 million in domestic box office revenue
  • 1 hour and 38 minutes in length.
  • Summit Entertainment is the distributor.
  • Dolby Digital and Datasat sound mix


The world’s remaining humans are still engaged in a never-ending conflict with ravenous zombies after a virus converts the majority of humanity into zombies. As they travel to a reputed safe haven in Los Angeles, four survivors—Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson) and his companions, Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg), Wichita (Emma Stone), and Little Rock (Abigail Breslin)—follow a set of survival guidelines and zombie-killing techniques.

  • Zombie horror violence/gore|language; R-rated
  • Horror and comedy
  • English is the language of origin.
  • Ruben Fleischer helmed the film.
  • Gavin Polone, producer.
  • Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese are the authors.
  • Wide release date: October 2, 2009
  • The movie will be released on February 2, 2010.
  • $75.6 million in domestic box office revenue
  • 1 hour, 27 minutes
  • Sony Pictures Entertainment is the distributor.
  • Dolby Digital, DTS, and SDDS sound mixes.
  • Scope: Aspect Ratio (2.35:1)


At the White House, Tallahassee, Columbus, Wichita, and Little Rock, four zombie-slaying cities, depart the White House for Graceland in Memphis, Tennessee. They come across other post-apocalyptic warriors along the journey, as well as some survivors who seek safety in a commune. As they soon find themselves in a never-ending war against smarter, faster, and apparently indestructible zombies, the scrappy fighters must now rely more than ever on their wits and weaponry.

  • R (some bloody violence, strong language, some drugs and sexual content).
  • Horror, Comedy, and Action
  • English is the language of origin.
  • Ruben Fleischer helmed the film.
  • Gavin Polone, producer.
  • The text was written by Paul Wernick, David Callaham, and Rhett Reese.
  • In theatres on October 18, 2019.
  • Release date (streaming): October 18, 2019.
  • $73.1 million in domestic box office revenue
  • 1 hour 39 minutes.
  • Sony Pictures Entertainment and Columbia Pictures are the distributors.
  • Dolby Atmos and Dolby Digital sound mixes.
  • Scope: Aspect Ratio (2.35:1)


In the Canadian hamlet of Pontypool, disc jockey Grant Mazzy (Stephen McHattie) arrives for work thinking it’s just another day at the office. However, Mazzy barricades himself in the radio booth when he hears tales of a virus that makes people into zombies and tries to come up with a strategy to inform his listeners about the infection and its unusual mode of transmission: the English language.

  • Genre: Horror
  • Bruce McDonald is the director of the original English version.
  • Jeffrey Coghlan is the creator.
  • Tony Burgess wrote this.
  • Theatrical Release Date: May 29, 2009.
  • Release Date: July 21, 2009 (Streaming)
  • Gross domestic box office: $3,500
  • 1 hour & 36 minutes.
  • IFC Films, the distributor


For a reality television programme, reporter Angela (Jennifer Carpenter) and her cameraman, Scott (Steve Harris), are covering night-shift firefighters. They arrive at a Los Angeles apartment complex where the cops are looking into an allegation of horrifying screaming thanks to a late-night distress call. When the TV crew and the rescue personnel find the elderly woman, she immediately attacks with her teeth out. Additionally, Angela and crew discover that CDC employees have shut off the building. Then the actual attacks start.

  • R (for disturbing, bloody, foul, threatening, violent, and other material),
    Genre: Horror
    Language of Origin: English
  • John Erick Dowdle is the director
  • Roy Lee, Doug Davison, and Sergio Aguero are the producers.
  • John Erick and Drew Dowdle are the authors.
  • Release: October 10, 2008, in theatres
  • Release Date: February 17, 2009
  • Gross domestic box office: $31.7M
  • 1 hour, 29 minutes.
  • Sony Pictures Entertainment and Screen Gems are the distributors.


During a zombie outbreak in South Korea, a man (Gong Yoo), his estranged daughter, and several passengers are stranded aboard a moving train.

  • Horror and action films
  • Director Yeon Sang-native Ho’s tongue is Korean.
  • Lee Dong-ha, producer
  • Yeon Sang-ho, author
  • Theatrical Release Date: July 22, 2016
  • 17th of January, 2017
  • $2.1 million in domestic box office revenue
  • 1 hour and 58 minutes
  • Distributor: Well Go USA
  • Stereo Dolby Digital sound mix
  • A Flat Aspect Ratio (1.85:1)

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