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10 Best Zombie Shows and Movies to Watch | Man of Many

Here are some other fantastic TV shows and movies that have both defined and expanded the zombie genre:

Best Zombie Shows and Movies at a Glance

IMDb Rating: 8.1/10
Spin-offs: Fear the Walking Dead
Final episode date: 20 November 2022
First episode date: 31 October 2010 (USA)
Networks: AMC, Fox, AMC Networks
Based on: The Walking Dead; by: Robert Kirkman; Tony Moore; Charlie Adlard

1. The Walking Dead TV (2010-2022)

IMDb Rating: 6.8/10
Genres: Serial, Zombie apocalypse, Drama, Science fiction, Horror fiction
Adapted from: The Walking Dead
Composers: Paul Haslinger; Danny Bensi; Saunder Jurriaans
Created by: Robert Kirkman; Dave Erickson
Editors: Todd Desrosiers; Victor DuBois; Marc Clark; Tad Dennis

2. Fear The Walking Dead TV (2015 – present)

IMDb Rating: 7.5/10
First episode date:
 28 January 2022
Network: Netflix
Genres: Korean drama, Zombie apocalypse, Horror fiction
Language: Korean
Based on: Now at Our School; by Joo Dong-geun
Cinematography: Park Se-seung

3. All of Us are Dead (2022 – present)

Release date: 20 June 2013 (Australia)
Director: Marc Forster
Sequel: World War Z 2
Adapted from: World War Z
Screenplay: Matthew Michael Carnahan, Drew Goddard, Damon Lindelof
Music composed by: Marco Beltrami

4. World War Z (2013)

Release date: 3 December 2009 (Australia)
Director: Ruben Fleischer
Screenplay: Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick
Box office: 102.4 million USD
Art director: Austin Gorg
Budget: 23.6 million USD

5. Zombieland (2009 & 2019)

Release date: 25 April 2002 (Australia)
Director: Paul W. S. Anderson
Narrator: Jason Isaacs
Producers: Paul W. S. Anderson, Bernd Eichinger, Jeremy Bolt, Samuel Hadida
Screenplay: Paul W. S. Anderson, Alan McElroy
Music composed by: Marilyn Manson, Marco Beltrami

6. The Resident Evil franchise (2002-2016)

Release date: 21 May 2021 (USA)
Director: Zack Snyder
Film series: Army of the Dead
Screenplay: Zack Snyder, Joby Harold, Shay Hatten
Cinematography: Zack Snyder
Story by: Zack Snyder

7. Army of the Dead (2021)

Release date: 7 October 2004 (Australia)
Director: Edgar Wright
Sequel: Hot Fuzz
Budget: 6.1 million USD
Distributed by: Universal Pictures, United International Pictures, Rogue Pictures, Bac Films
Edited by: Chris Dickens

8. Shaun of the Dead (2004)

Release date: 3 January 2008 (Australia)
Director: Francis Lawrence
Adapted from: I Am Legend
Screenplay: Akiva Goldsman, Mark Protosevich
Box office: 585.4 million USD
Distributed by: Warner Bros. Pictures, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment

9. I Am Legend (2007)

Release date: 12 August 2016 (Australia)
Director: Yeon Sang-ho
Sequel: Peninsula
Prequel: Seoul Station
Language: Korean
Distributed by: Next Entertainment World

10. Train to Busan (2016)

This list of the best zombie movies and TV shows was curated by Man of Many’s team of editors and contributors. The Australian lifestyle publication has over 10 years’ experience critiquing and reviewing the entertainment industry. Similarly, the author of this article, Eleni Thomas has spent years writing about film, television and gaming across a number of international publications.  In addition to watching every movie and series on this list, we also turned to the wider public for their overall ratings. In addition to our own opinions, we take into account reviews via IMDb and Rotten Tomatoes.

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