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Zombie Flicks

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can y'all name some good zombie flicks? im bored and need some flesh eating entertainment. Thanks

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28 Days Later
Dawn of the Dead
The Evil Dead
The Evil Dead 2
Army of Darkness
I Am Legend
Night of the Living Dead
Outpost
Pet Sematary
Resident Evil series
Shaun of the Dead

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do you know any lower budget/none
mainstream films?

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The Evil Dead, Evil Dead II, and Army of Darkness are low budget movies. They're just really good. "The Evil Dead's" budget was only $375,000.

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But here's some more that may fit your needs.

Prost.

Plan 9 From Outer Space. (1958) The ultimate in bad film making.

The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies. (1963) An evil carnival psychic who resembles a demented Liz Taylor takes people not exactly happy with her servies and turns them into zombie "pets". She also hypnotizes a young guy, causing him to murder unsuspecting women and have strange LSD-meets-bad-musical dreams.

Plague Of The Zombies. (1966) The story about a Voodoo cult in a Cornish village.

The Invisible Dead. (1970) A mad scientist attempts to create a strange race of invisible zombies. Nudity and other B-movie stereotypes.

Demons. (1985) The inhabitants of a movie theater are slowly possessed by evil spirits.

Redneck Zombies. (1988) In the backwoods, toxic waste gets into a moonshiner's still and causes those who drink his toxic hooch to be transformed into ill-mannered zombies. Shot on video, with quite a large amount of gore.
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Re: Zombie Flicks

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Peter Jackson's Bad Taste is a low budget flick... His first one I think...

Zombie like aliens attack Earth to pack people into space for a McDonalds-like food chain. Yummy...

But, three gunslinger come to save us all...

A must see...
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