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PHOTOS: A Hollywood History of the Zombie
“White Zombie” (1932)
Considered by many as the first zombie movie, this film is about a young woman who falls victim to a voodoo king.
“Plan 9 from Outer Space” (1959)
Ed Wood’s “masterpiece” featured the undead and aliens and cardboard sets.
Night of the Living Dead (1968)
This black-and-white George A. Romero horror pic launched a genre.
Dawn of the Dead (1978)
George Romero’s masterpiece took on the undead and consumerism.
Zombie 2 (1979)
Lucio Fulci’s extremely graphic bloodfest had critic’s cringe.
The Evil Dead (1981)
Sam Raimi’s cult horror phenom got a reboot in 2013 from director Fede Alvarez.
Here, green goo brings back corpes, cats and decapitated heads looking for a little love.
Day of the Dead (1985)
George A. Romero’s third installment has the military versus the dead.
Return of the Living Dead (1985)
Unsupervised medical supplies cause corpses to run amok in Louisville, Kentucky
Evil Dead (1987)
It’s just like Like the first “Evil Dead,” but with more money, and more Bruce Campbell.
28 Days Later (2002)
Danny Boyle’s 2002 film turned the zombie genre on its ear by turning the undead into the infected.
Resident Evil (2002)
The horror videogame became a successful horror franchise.
Dawn of the Dead (2004)
This zombie revamp that launched a thousand ships.
Shaun of the Dead (2004)
The Edgar Wright-Simon Pegg zomcom led the way for horror comedy.
Warm Bodies (2013)
This Nicholas Hoult-staring zombie love story topped box office charts.