“Zombie: A deceased human being who has partially returned to life due to undeterminable causes.“
The Zombie Site is a celebration of zombie movies, from the birth of the genre in the 1930s all the way to the present day, modern horror zombie films.
We take a look at pretty much every zombie film that we can get our hands on within the genre, from Hollywood blockbusters and full length zombie movies, to self-funded independent short-films – and we try to provide provide information, reviews, opinions, and when they are available, links to watch the full films.
Over the years, Zombie films have been used in a myriad number of ways to turn a mirror on ourselves and explore human fears and anxieties – from providing a backdrop for social commentary, to exposing modern fears of pandemics and diseases, as comedic stories designed to poke fun at ourselves, or simply as plain horror designed to scare you – you’ll find it all in the Zombie genre.
The Zombie film genre has deep roots in the history of independent film – Romero’s ‘Night of the Living Dead‘ serves as a great example of what can be done with hardly any budget, but plenty of drive, imagination, and willing friends….so it is no surprise to find hundreds of independent filmmakers sharpening their teeth by creating short zombie movies. The genre offers a wide spectrum of situations and human drama for filmmakers to get stuck into, and you will find everything in our directory of short zombie films from classic shuffling zombies, quarantines, stories of survival, and much more, or check out the latest additions below:
A collection and archive of interviews with the people behind the zombie films. Director, producers, and actors from classic zombie films as well as forgotten misses recount the experiences of bringing the undead to life on the big (and little) screens.