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15 scariest zombie movies to never watch alone, ranked.
Zombies in the horror genre is nothing new. In fact, they're downright popular these days. Check out the scariest of zombie films you can watch.
Whether they're moving fast or slow, zombies are downright terrifying. They look hideous with their dead and decaying flesh, and all they want is to devour you whole. These days, they're all the rage in media.
Related: 10 Great Zombie Movies To Watch If You Love The Walking Dead
With shows like The Walking Dead still going strong, zombies show no sign of slowing down in the horror genre. We're taking a look at 15 of the scariest zombie movies of all time. You might not want to watch these movies by yourself!
Updated on October 8th, 2020 by Mark Birrell: Fittingly enough, the zombie craze just won't die. With great movies and TV shows still being made around the subject, and discussion about classics and hidden gems still growing, it seemed only right to add another 5 great examples of how scary the genre can be to this list.
World War Z (2013)
Based on Max Brooks' popular book, World War Z is the biggest attempt yet to bring zombies into mainstream action movie culture with a huge budget and a lead hero played by none other than Brad Pitt .
Pitt plays Gerry Lane, who makes it his goal to try and stop the zombie outbreak by traveling around the world in search of the outbreak's origin so he can develop a vaccine that will end it for good and save humanity before it's too late.
I Am Legend (2007)
Will Smith stars in this chilling and suspenseful film based on the novel of the same name by Richard Matheson. The zombies in this film are created by a virus that was initially intended to cure cancer but mutated into something far more malicious.
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Neville (Smith) is the last living person around due to his viral immunity. He attempts to create a cure from his blood. But it's not easy considering he has to deal with the deadly mutants, although they only come out at night.
Resident Evil (2002)
Many have differing opinions on the Resident Evil films . Passionate fans of the video games tend to have more problems with the movies than casual fans. Regardless, the first Resident Evil film is still a pretty terrifying zombie movie, even if it's not the best adaptation of the video game it's based on.
The first movie kicked off what would become a major horror franchise and came with plenty of grisly moments. The laser sequence and make-up on the zombie creatures alone are enough to give nightmares.
The Crazies (2010)
A remake of George A. Romero 's often-overlooked offshoot of the original zombie formula, The Crazies sees a small town fall under the influence of a government-made biological agent that sends the inhabitants of the rural community into a murderous frenzy.
Naturally, a band of survivors has to fight the zombie horde, not to mention the military attempting to cover everything up, in order to try and escape their perilous situation — fans of The Walking Dead (which premiered later that same year) will notice a number of shared influences.
The most accomplished example so far of the Nazi zombie niche that has fascinated genre fans for many decades now, Overlord sees a mostly green company of American soldiers parachute into occupied France for a deadly mission only to discover that their target harbors dark and terrible experiments of the Third Reich.
Produced by J.J. Abrams , the movie offers plenty of Hollywood spectacle but isn't afraid to get really graphic and bloody when it needs to.
The Return of the Living Dead (1985)
Though technically a comedy, Dan O'Bannon's zombie movie is bursting with some pretty scary designs for a more unstoppable breed of the famous monsters.
The Return of the Living Dead actually altered quite a bit about the overall zombie mythos and, though not as well-regarded as many of the other movies that O'Bannon worked on ( Star Wars , Alien , Total Recall ) it is, and really always has been, a certifiable cult classic and a pretty uniquely freaky ride.
28 Weeks Later (2007)
A sequel to the classic original film, 28 Days Later , 28 Weeks Later was an admirable follow-up. It wasn't quite as iconic as the first film but it's still plenty terrifying. Plus, the movie stars a number of familiar faces like Idris Elba, Jeremy Renner , and Rose Byrne.
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It takes place after the first movie, following the military forces attempting to carve out more safe spots in London. But then two siblings make the mistake of breaking protocol and introduce the Rage Virus into a sanctuary.
Found footage movies can be hit or miss but the 2007 Spanish film, REC , is considered one of the best in the genre. When found footage films are done right, they can be truly terrifying. REC spawned its own franchise due to its popularity. There is also an American remake called Quarantine .
The plot follows a reporter and her cameraman to an apartment in Barcelona. They're attempting to get coverage on an incident in the building but quickly learn that something is seriously wrong with the building's residents. If you haven't gotten the chance to watch the movie yet, you should definitely do it with the lights on!
Dawn Of The Dead (2004)
There are two Dawn of the Dead films, the original 1978 movie, and the 2004 remake. Usually, remakes aren't that good, and rarely do they measure up to the original. However, in this case, Dawn of the Dead (2004) is a genuinely good movie.
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The film primarily takes place in an abandoned shopping mall that has become one of the last remaining safe zones during a zombie invasion, but when it becomes surrounded by the monsters, the human survivors have to figure out a way to fight them off at any cost.
The Girl With All the Gifts (2016)
Based on a popular book of the same name, The Girl with All the Gifts is an eerie British film that takes place in a dystopian future. Humanity has been decimated by a deadly virus that mutates people into horrific zombie-like beings.
The virus is fungal-like in nature. The plot of this movie is a little bit similar to the popular video game, The Last of Us . It focuses on a young girl who may be humanity's only hope and a group of survivors must come together to keep Melanie safe no matter what if they want any hope of saving the world.
28 Days Later (2002)
If you're familiar with movies like Ex Machina or Annihilation then you already know how talented Alex Garland is. His original claim to fame, however, came with the iconic zombie film, 28 Days Later . The post-apocalyptic movie is considered one of the best zombie films and one of the best horror movies of all time.
Alex Garland served as the writer for the movie. Another reason 28 Days Later is so frightening and notable is that it was one of the first major examples of fast zombies. Prior to this movie, most zombies were slow and lumbering. The idea of zombies being able to run introduces a brand new type of fear into the equation.
I Walked with a Zombie (1943)
A very different kind of take on the original idea of a zombie taken from Caribbean culture, I Walked with a Zombie is a remarkably eerie supernatural drama in the spirit of horror movies of that era. Revered director Jacques Tourneur creates a disturbing atmosphere out of shadows and long silences rather than blood and guts.
There's no cannibalism or action-packed gunplay, the representation of the occult is even quite restrained. Yet, it's still considered one of the best examples of the genre. The zombie, as movie fans now know it, would not appear until the next iconic entry on our list.
Night of the Living Dead (1968)
Horror legend George A. Romero directed this 1968 movie that helped create the zombie genre. Most zombie movies since then pay some kind of homage to this movie due to its legendary and iconic status. The movie is considered a cult classic and it is surprisingly gory considering the time period it was released.
The heavy amount of bloodshed was criticized at first but Night of the Living Dead spawned a franchise and, even if you haven't seen the original film, you might have seen some of the follow-ups. However, the original is considered a classic for a reason and, if you consider yourself a horror fan or zombie fan, it's a must-watch.
Day of the Dead (1985)
Romero went on to direct a large number of movies within the zombie genre, with his followup to Night of the Living Dead a decade later (the original Dawn of the Dead ) proving to be equally iconic.
His third film in the genre, Day of the Dead , was also hugely influential and is perhaps the best example yet of how the truly terrifying villains in zombie fiction are the human beings. Zombie movies should always say something about inherent human flaws and the real horror Day of the Dead comes from the characters and not the gore (though that's still pretty spectacular).
Train To Busan (2016)
Train to Busan became an instant classic when it was released in 2016. The South Korean film took audiences by storm with its tense and horrifying story.
Taking place on a train to Busan, as the title suggests, a zombie outbreak suddenly occurs in the country and compromises the safety of everyone onboard the train. A woman aboard the train is unknowingly nursing a zombie bite and suddenly turns into one, setting the film's action into motion.
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"Some swear the creature is actually a vampire — resembling a large rat, but with horns and fangs ... In any case, the Chupacabra ... reportedly drains the blood of cows, sheep, and goats throughout the republic, leaving an unusually shaped wound." — Diana Reiss-Koncar, Vibe , April 1997
a grotesque creature that drinks the blood of livestock and is reported to exist in North and South America
From Spanish chupa , 3rd person singular present tense of chupar "to suck" (probably of imitative origin) + cabra "goat" ( cabras , plural)
"'People who say there is no such animal are the ones who need to get right — we are not,' he stated emphatically today. 'I saw the snallygaster,' he repeated, 'and I saw him change from white to black.'" — The News (Frederick, MD), November 28, 1932
a mythical nocturnal creature that is reported chiefly from rural Maryland, is reputed to be part reptile and part bird, and is said to prey on poultry and children
"The werewolf was by day a man, but by night a wolf given to ravage and to slaughter, and having a charmed life against which no human agency availed aught." — Eugene Field, The Werewolf , 1911
a person transformed temporarily or permanently into a wolf or capable of assuming a wolf's form : lycanthrope
Are there werewolves where there aren’t wolves?
Lycanthropy, the delusion that you have turned into a wolf or another beast, has some ancient roots, and belief in werewolves can be found around the world. Other dangerous animals — such as bears, tigers, or hyenas — have historically filled the wolf's role in lycanthropy in countries where wolves are not common.
"The rest of the party had commenced piling up birch bark around the brute and thrown a few sticks of dynamite and by this time the fight got pretty hot, as the Hodag had became [sic] so infurated [sic] that he began slashing down the timber which was falling in every direction, and made it dangerous for the now furious hunters, and the black tar coal smoke which the hodag's breath had turned into, mixed with the sickening odor of the mangled dogs, was beginning to suffocate the now very much excited party." — The New North (Rhinelander, WI), October 28, 1893
a mythical animal reported chiefly from Wisconsin and Minnesota, noted for its ugliness, lateral horns, and hooked tail, and reputed to be outstanding in both ferocity and melancholy
"A dybbuk is the wandering soul of a dead person. You don't want to make the mistake of inviting one into your home. You don't have to be Jewish to figure that out." — Roger Ebert, review of the film A Serious Man , October 7, 2009
an evil spirit or the wandering soul of a dead person believed in Jewish folklore to enter and control a living body until exorcised by a religious rite
"The 'graveyard' shift is the dead of night — usually between 11 p. m. and 3 a. m. — and it is then that the 'tommy-knockers' are most often heard." — Mexico Missouri Message (Mexico, MO), August 23, 1906
the ghost of a man killed in a mine
Probably from Tommy (nickname for Thomas ) + knocker ; from his being supposed to be responsible for the creaking of timbers in the mine
"In the Northwest, the hirsute hominid, who dates to American Indian lore as Sasquatch, is a minor industry." — Timothy Egan, New York Times , January 3, 2003
: a hairy creature like a human being that is reported to exist in the northwestern U.S. and western Canada and is said to be a primate between 6 and 15 feet (1.8 and 4.6 meters) tall — called also bigfoot
AKA nicker, nixie
a supernatural creature originally in Germanic folklore and conceived of in many forms but usually as having the form of a woman or as half human and half fish, dwelling in fresh water usually in a beautiful palace, and usually unfriendly to man
The Nix by Richard Garnett
The crafty Nix, more false than fair, Whose haunt in arrowy Iser lies, She envied me my golden hair, She envied me my azure eyes.
The moon with silvery ciphers traced The leaves, and on the waters played; She rose, her arms my form embraced, She said: 'Come down with me, fair maid.'
She led me to her crystal grot, She set me in her coral chair, She waved her wand, and I had not Or azure eyes or golden hair.
Her locks of jet, her eyes of flame Were mine, and hers my semblance fair: 'O make me, Nix, again the same, O give me back my golden hair!'
She smiles in scorn, she disappears, And here I sit and see no sun; My eyes of fire are quenched in tears, And all my darksome locks undone.
"The Horton 'Guytrash' was another boggard in our young days, and generally took the form of a 'great black dog' with horrid eyes." — Edward Peacock, The Folk-lore Journal , January-December, 1886
a specter or ghost especially in the form of an animal
"The wyvern is essentially an English beast, and in olden times was much accredited and respected." Herbert Crest, writing in Collections Historical & Archaeological Relating to Montgomeryshire and its Borders , Vol. 24, 1890
a fabulous animal usually represented as a 2-legged winged creature resembling a dragon
a three-headed dog that in Greek mythology guards the entrance to Hades
About the Word:
Cerberus, the monstrous watchdog of the underworld devoured anyone who tried to escape the kingdom of Hades, the lord of the underworld, and he refused entrance to living humans.
This gave rise to the English phrase "a sop to Cerberus" meaning "a concession or bribe to conciliate a person otherwise liable to be troublesome." The reference is to a passage in Vergil's Aeneid, when Aeneas slips by Cerberus, after giving him a sop as distraction.
"Although it is ten years since the Wendigo has been observed—when he trudged through the eight-feet deep rapids of the Echoing river, which only reached to his knees — there have been evidences that he still seeks human flesh after his winter's hibernation." — The Winnipeg Tribune , January 31, 1947
a cannibalistic creature of Algonquian mythology believed to have been a lost hunter forced by hunger to eat human flesh and thereafter to have become a crazed man-eating ogre roaming the forest
"A zombie is supposed to be the living dead: people who die and are resurrected, but without their souls. And they can take orders, and they're supposed to never be tired, and to do what the master says . . . ." — Zora Neale Hurston, interview, January 25, 1943
a will-less and speechless human capable only of automatic movement who is held to have died and been supernaturally reanimated
Zombie is derived from the Louisiana Creole or Haitian Creole word zonbi . Although the word first appeared in English in the 1870s, it wasn't the subject of much interest among English speakers until the 1940s when zombie movies like I Walked with a Zombie (1943) and Zombies on Broadway (1945) saw the start of a trend we're still living with.
"Below the thunders of the upper deep, Far, far beneath in the abysmal sea, His ancient, dreamless, uninvaded sleep The Kraken sleepeth…" — Alfred Tennyson, "The Kraken", from Poems, Chiefly Lyrical , 1830
a fabulous Scandinavian sea monster perhaps imagined on the basis of chance sightings of giant squids
"Coquecigrue is one of the 'fearful wildfowl' of Rabelais' invention. These hippogriffs and other monsters are painted on the Chinese lanterns hung up in the pastry-cooks' shops." — The Journal of Education , October 1, 1893
an imaginary creature regarded as an embodiment of absolute absurdity
As the embodiment of absolute absurdity, no other creature could provide the final word of this list of monsters. Unfortunately, our website cannot support the coquecigrue in all its glory, so click here to view the full effect .
The word is of French origin—François Rabelais in Gargantua uses the phrase à la venue des cocquecigrues to mean "never." Charles Kingsley later translated that phrase in The Water Babies , when the fairy Bedonebyasyoudid reports that there are seven things he is forbidden to tell until "the coming of the Cocqcigrues."
Although we've reached the end of this list, the dictionary is dark and full of terrors, and you'll only find an end to the frightful creatures contained therein upon the coming of the Coquecigrue.
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The Ghost is a special enemy that appears in the mansion in Buried . Ghost hover above ground and float towards the player. For every hit the Ghost gets on a player, 2000 points are subtracted from their points count. If the player is out of points, they deal damage akin to regular zombies. Ghosts spawn infinitely within the mansion and stop spawning when players leave the building.
Every four to five rounds, players can obtain a Random Perk Bottle power-up by entering the house when the lights are on. This will cause all zombies to disappear when a player enters and Ghosts will eventually drop the Perk Bottle once all players are outside the mansion and the last Ghost is killed. In co-op, when entering the mansion when the lights are on, multiple Ghosts spawn even outside of the mansion, targeting all players.
If the player kills a Ghost, they will receive a free grenade and, if purchased beforehand, a free Claymore .
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Appearance [ ]
The 'Ghost' is a floating woman with brunette hair and pale white skin. She is dressed in typical half mourning attire; a dark dress with a veil and capelet. She has tears streaming down from her left eye. She has a purple blood and dissipates upon death.
The Ghost randomly appears in a window of the house while outside the vicinity, and disappears at random. At times, it is possible to hear her talking quietly, uttering phrases such as "This is my house." and "You do not belong here."
Tipping the Ghost [ ]
There is a second method to obtain a free perk revolving the Ghost  :
In the Saloon there is a dartboard on the wall and a small white line on the ground. Hitting a bullseye on the dartboard behind the white line with a Ballistic Knife will cause the Piano in the Saloon start playing a song by its own.
The player then has approximately 90 seconds to reach a second Piano location in the back part of the mansion. There, a ghost is seen playing the piano the same song that is played in the Saloon. Players can get a free random perk (possibly exceeding the 4 perk limit) when tipping the Ghost with 10 points by interacting with the pink box on the Piano to the right of the Ghost.
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- The Ghost's moves in a speed slightly faster than an average Zombie , and slows down once they get close to their targeted player.
- Whilst the Paralyzer is being fired directly towards her, the player will temporarily disable her from taking 2000 points.
- The Galvaknuckles will be a one-hit kill on a Ghost up until round 16 or 17, at which point they also take more than one direct shot from the Ray Gun.
- In a radio in Tag Der Toten , it is confirmed that the Ghost was accidentally created by Jebediah Brown in an attempt to resurrect his mother.
- The Monkey Bomb does not attract the Ghost.
- When viewed in theater they will sometime have blue glowing orbs in front of their eyes. This is likely just theater mode confusing the Ghost for Zombies.
- When Ghosts are spawning in the town, they can be seen spawning out of the dirt spawn points for Zombies in a black and purple cloud.
- When a Ghost successfully takes 2,000 points, it can be briefly seen raising up its arms while glowing purple.
- If a player that a Ghost was chasing gets downed, the ghost will hover over them, and not move again until said player is revived.
- In Blackout , there is an easter egg to obtain Ray Gun Mark II , which is an homage to the "Tipping the Ghost" easter egg. It requires the player to throw a Combat Axe onto a dartboard in the Saloon of the Buried copy within Blackout. Doing so will start playing the same song on the piano, and open Arthur 's cell. There, the Ray Gun Mark II can be grabbed from the chalk question mark.
- The song the Ghost plays on the Piano is called Corpse Flower Rag . It is loosely based on Damned and Always Running .
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September 19, 2023
by Call of Duty Staff
Welcome to Operation Deadbolt. Introducing the Lore of Modern Warfare: Zombies.
The Zombies experience arrives in the Modern Warfare universe as a team of multi-national Operators assist the members of Task Force 141 against vast undead hordes brought on by a second major enemy threat. Watch the trailer and dig into the lore of this massive, open-world experience launching with Modern Warfare III on November 10.
“Looks Like We Have Our Weapon.”
Exploring the Lore
Modern Warfare: Zombies: Available at Launch
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For the first time in Call of Duty® history, Zombies is coming to the Modern Warfare® universe in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III . Developed by Treyarch in collaboration with Sledgehammer Games and High Moon Studios, Modern Warfare Zombies is a signature cooperative experience that challenges players to team up with other squads to survive and fight massive hordes of the undead in the largest Call of Duty Zombies map ever.
Watch the trailer (below), then read on for a breakdown of what is happening as the chaos unfolds:
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The scene opens on a squad of men in military garb about to conduct a nighttime raid on an unknown location. A familiar voice calls in support to distract the local police while the military unit moves up to breach the back door of a hotel building. Inside, they quickly plant an explosive, blasting a hole in the wall to reveal stairs down to their subterranean destination. What they find in that room changes the nature of the threat in an instant.
Four heavily decomposed bodies are seated around a table, desiccated almost beyond all recognition. In the middle of the table sits a strange device which opens to reveal two vials filled with an active substance. One of the assailants grabs one and removes his mask to better inspect it, revealing himself as none other than Viktor Zakhaev, the ultranationalist arms dealer and enemy of Task Force 141. He appears equally surprised and pleased to have found what his team is searching for.
Storing the two vials in a secure container, the squad leaves, only to find that the local security forces have raised the alarm, and the military police have sent in reinforcements. The ensuing firefight is both explosive and bloody, and Zakhaev’s forces are severely outnumbered. As the skirmish continues, all but one of Zakhaev’s men are eliminated. Under fire and in desperate straits, he resorts to throwing one of his vials toward his attackers before retreating into his armored vehicle. The vessel shatters on the ground, and almost instantly, a cloying, purple fog spreads rapidly through the streets, choking out the police forces and rapidly transforming both the living and the fallen into bloodthirsty zombies.
Safe in the confines of their vehicle, Zakhaev and his fellow squadmate witness the transformation firsthand as one of their downed men screams and contorts, his eyes flashing red before attacking the closest survivor. Far from fearful, Zakhaev smiles; this weapon is like no other he could possibly have conceived.
Following the events on the ground, a helicopter descends onto the area of the outbreak as SSO Kate Laswell and Sergeant Johnny “Soap” MacTavish brief an unseen Operator on the mission at hand, codenamed Operation Deadbolt. Accompanying the team is Captain Sergei Ravenov, an Operator and mission specialist with experience in this kind of incursion. Leading them on the ground is one SSO Greene. The group has intel that Zakhaev was planning something a few months ago, but aren’t sure exactly what that was…
They’re about to find out.
“Until we know what’s going on, containment is the name of the game. No one gets in and nothing, I mean nothing, gets out.” — Soap
In this iteration of Zombies, there are enemies both undead and alive. The threat from the living arrives in the form of Terminus Outcomes, a private military company hired by Zakhaev as muscle. Led by one Jack Fletcher — the surviving soldier alongside Zakhaev at the end of the trailer — the PMC makes no judgment on their clients’ motives or ethics. If the money is good, the job is on.
Veterans of the Dark Aether Zombies narrative will recognize the substance contained in the vials: Aetherium, now in a highly enriched state derived from processing vast amounts of the harvested crystalline form.
An emergency contingency plan put into action by the CIA, Operation Deadbolt was created in the aftermath of the outbreak events witnessed by Requiem operatives during the events of the Cold War.
SSO Laswell is given the job of prepping the plan, placing SSO Selma Greene on the ground as the de facto commander of the operation. When the team arrives at the Exclusion Zone alongside Soap and Ravenov, a few weeks have elapsed since the events shown in the first part of the trailer.
As a member of the team, your Operator joins other multi-national Operators to counter the threat posed by the Exclusion Zone, all running under the basic tenants of Operation Deadbolt: “Nothing gets in, nothing gets out.”
Prepare to face off against a greater quantity of undead than ever before as the members of Operation Deadbolt embark on difficult and multi-stage tasks as Soap and company attempt to stop Zakhaev and Terminus from plundering more resources, all while attempting to contain the current threat before it spreads out of control.
Combining the very best of Modern Warfare map features and systems with the tried-and-true core features of Treyarch Zombies, Modern Warfare Zombies presents an all-new twist on the fan-favorite third game mode, launching alongside the Campaign and Multiplayer when Modern Warfare III releases.
Get ready to contain the incursion across different regions that escalate in difficulty, with core Zombies features and a cavalcade of secrets to discover. Ready up for an open-world, player-versus-environment (PvE) extraction survival experience shared with other squads, along with a number of special story missions. Expect to face a variety of unique elements, challenges, as well as cinematics to reinforce the major story developments. Take on the hordes of undead this fall on November 10, 2023.
Preorder MWIII, Unlock Zombie Ghost (*)
In addition to all of the benefits you can receive for preordering Modern Warfare III detailed in this blog post , there’s a new preorder benefit you can claim: Soon you can instantly unlock the “Zombie Ghost” Operator Skin by pre-ordering or pre-purchasing any Digital edition of Modern Warfare III (either Standard/Cross-Gen, or Vault Edition).
- If you preorder before the start of Modern Warfare II Season 06, Zombie Ghost will be available for you to use on September 27.
- If you preorder after September 27, Zombie Ghost will be available for you to use immediately.
- The Zombie Ghost Operator Skin can be used in Modern Warfare II and Call of Duty: WarzoneTM , and will carry forward, meaning it will also be available in Modern Warfare III , starting at game launch.
Nothing gets in, nothing gets out.
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September 13, 2023
Intel Drop: Modernizing Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (2009) Maps in 2023’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III Multiplayer
Welcome home. Whether it’s Favela, Rust, or the other 14 launch maps from the original Modern Warfare 2 (2009), prepare for Modern Warfare III’s Multiplayer Day One offering and get a serious dose of nostalgia, powered by modern technology.
August 23, 2023
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III Campaign Innovation Deep Dive: Open Combat Missions
Task Force 141’s rules of engagement changed to fight the ultimate threat. Learn from Sledgehammer Games and Infinity Ward about Modern Warfare III’s Open Combat Missions in this deep dive.
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The 10 Best Zombie Movies You Can Watch on Tubi Right Now
Posted: October 23, 2023 | Last updated: October 23, 2023
Tubi is an ad-supported free streaming platform that boasts one of the largest collections of horror movies you will find anywhere online, with a mix of indie and mainstream films. This has made Tubi a haven for horror fans, as they can discover gems alongside classics and big-budget blockbusters alongside microbudget productions.
With zombies being a horror genre staple, there is no shortage of choice on the Tubi platform—searching the term zombie will bring up over 100 titles. To help whittle down the large selection, we have outlined the best zombie movies you can watch on Tubi.
Presented as a documentary following the conviction of Francisco Salazar for the mass murder of the residents of a small town, Savageland breaks down the actual events of that day, including photos taken by the convicted killer himself. Through interviews and trial footage, the 'truth' behind what happened becomes terrifyingly possible; zombies overtook the small town and got all the residents.
Savageland will appeal to true-crime and horror fans, thanks to its realistic, investigative approach and ' found footage ' elements that make it a unique experience. By the end of the film, you will believe in the possibility of a small town ravaged by zombies and the sole survivor being a victim of something worse than anything the penal system can throw at him—therein lies the true horror.
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The Return of the Living Dead (1985)
Not just one of the best zombie movies on Tubi, Dan O'Bannon's The Return of the Living Dead is one of the best in the entire genre. This is thanks to its punk-rock attitude , dark comedy with highly quotable lines of dialogue, and ghastly practical effects. Following the terror a group of teenagers faces over a single night, The Return of the Living Dead is a chaotic and highly entertaining zombie film undoubtedly worth checking out or revisiting.
It Stains the Sand Red
Colin Minihan's It Stains the Sand Red is an overlooked gem when discussing zombie movies. The film follows Molly (Brittany Allen), a young woman stalked by a single zombie, as she struggles to make it across a desert outside of Las Vegas . However, as the pursuit continues and exhaustion sets in, Molly forms an odd relationship with the zombie, talking to it and using it to reflect on her life, past mistakes, and ambitions.
While there is a sharp shift in the story towards the closing moments, this initial slow chase is a fascinating way to develop a character. Combine this with a clever script and a strong performance from lead Brittany Allen, It Stains the Sand Red is a unique entry into the zombie genre that should appease horror fans who are always looking for different interpretations of the undead .
The Night Eats the World (2018)
The 2018 French horror film , The Night Eats the World , became a grim precursor to the global pandemic that would occur years later. The film follows a man named Sam, who finds himself trapped in his apartment during the zombie apocalypse. He spends his days boarded up in his home, scavenging for food and living a lonely existence. The Night Eats the World is less of a horror film and more of an exploration of the devastating effects of confinement and how it can play with the mind. Moreover, the film has a dark and heavy atmosphere that further explores the dread faced by Sam.
The Ghost Galleon (1974)
While we would love to see the entire Blind Dead series available on Tubi and tell you to start from the beginning with 1972's Tombs of the Blind Dead, each of the entries stands on its own, and The Ghost Galleon is a memorable inclusion in the influential Spanish horror series. The film follows an unlucky crew that boards a ship holding the Knights Templar, zombies/mummies that hunt by sound, and their attempts to survive and leave the cursed ship.
It is a simple premise, but the draw of the Blind Dead film comes from its gothic aesthetic and the design of the Knights Templar—one of the coolest zombie creations in all of cinema. The tradeoff is a slower pace and less violence, but those who favor atmosphere over scares will certainly appreciate The Ghost Galleon .
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Night of the Comet (1984)
If you desire some of that sweet '80s cheesiness and have already watched The Return of the Living Dead, for the 20th time, consider the equally beloved but less heralded Night of the Comet . With the tagline "The Night the Teenagers Ruled the World," the film lives up to its premise, as a small band of youths become the sole survivors of a zombie apocalypse and are given the keys to do what they want in a sprawling metropolis.
It is not all fun and games, though, as a general sense of suspense and some great action sequences make Night of the Comet a well-rounded horror film. The Thom Eberhardt film also boasts excellent performances from Catherine Mary Stewart and Kelli Maroney in the lead roles.
The City of the Living Dead (1980)
Director Lucio Fulci was behind some of the goriest films to come out of Italy in the '80s , forever cementing his particular brand of madness thanks to certain chaotic scenes that are still iconic to this day—who can ever forget the shark vs. zombie scene from 1972's Zombi 2 ?! This established that buckets of gore were bound to follow whenever Fulci evoked the undead, either zombies or something more demonic . This includes his 1980 supernatural horror film, The City of the Living Dead .
A reporter and a psychic are tasked to close the gates of hell in a small, sleepy town after a priest hangs himself in the church graveyard. However, the dead have begun to sneak through the gates slowly, terrorizing the locals and ensuring they are met with ghastly deaths. The City of the Living Dead has all the trademarks of Fulci: an ample amount of gore, surreal sequences, abstract storytelling, and a dark, brooding atmosphere—perfect for a movie night with a like-minded gorehound!
The Battery (2012)
Jeremy Gardner's The Battery is more of a road trip movie focused on the relationship and conflicts between two good friends navigating a zombie apocalypse. Don't let the lack of action and horror deter you; the film is intelligently written and boasts phenomenal performances from Jeremy Gardener and Adam Cronheim.
The film was also met with critical praise, picking up awards at Sitges - Catalonian International Film Festival, Toronto After Dark Film Festival, and Fantaspoa International Fantastic Film Festival, to name a few. As The Battery is primarily about exploring its characters and less about the events occurring around the two, it is best to know as little as possible going in.
While technically a sequel to the 2014 Australian horror film Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead, the only element connecting the two is its knack for executing action-heavy zombie slaying action. Both films are great, but we give the nudge to Wyrmwood: Apocalypse , as director Kiah Roache-Turner was able to further up the chaos to craft one of the most chaotic zombie films ever created.
Wyrmwood: Apocalypse is set in a zombie-infested Australian wasteland, following a soldier, Rhys, who tracks and captures survivors in the hope of finding a cure. He eventually revolts against his employers and begins to help a small group of survivors. However, the plot is not as essential as the action itself, as the film is mindless fun in the best sense.
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Train to Busan (2016)
The Korean horror film Train to Busan broke records in its native South Korea and became a global phenomenon in the process. Many have even gone as far as to call it the best zombie movie of all time . Taking place almost entirely inside a train, Train to Busan follows several passengers who come face to face with the zombie apocalypse. With great action sequences, heart-wrenching drama, and intense atmosphere, the movie is a standout in the genre—worth catching for free on Tubi.
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What Is A Zombie Ghost?
A Zombie Ghost, or Ghost Zombie, sometimes called a Sapient Zombie, occurs when the ghost of dead human re-enters their body performing in essence a self-resurrection. There’s no such thing as an actual ghost of a Zombie since a true zombie is a mindless monster without a soul . The body of a Zombie Ghost itself is technically a zombie despite not having the ability to pass on a zombie virus to create others of its kind. In fact the zombie virus is non-existent, and the only thing animating them is an instinctual connection with their body, and a great deal of supernatural energy. Paranormal energies seen most prominently on All Souls Day, aka Day Of The Dead November 2nd , when the amazing Angelic energies of November 1st Hallowmas , aka All Saints Day, still exist on Earth. We rarely see Zombie Ghosts on Hallowmas itself since the Angels, and Saints roaming about the planet on that day actively prevent such things. Especially since their mission is to clean up the paranormal horrors of Halloween in accordance with the Supernatural Secrecy Pact . However the second most prevalent day of Zombie Ghost formation is indeed Halloween itself followed by Full Blood Moon nights, and high energy solar events. Practitioners of magic can also use powerful spells to bring the dead back to life if they haven’t moved on to Heaven yet.
Ghosts are even drawn to their ashes, and bones if that’s all that remains. Thankfully it takes a near nuclear level equivalent supernatural energy event to reform the ashes into a functioning body. Or re-grow flesh upon bare bones. Sparse reports of such occurrences are lightly scattered over secret supernatural records. Generally a witch, warlock, wizard, or sorcerer is responsible for such an act. Extremely power Necromancers may also accomplish reanimation of the dead with little material left to work with. Evil Necromancers are also notorious for killing people, and holding on to their spirits before they can move on to the Afterlife as they await the corpse to be truly in a state of Necrosis .
Any corpse can be reanimated into a zombie but for it to be the actual persons consciousness spirit it must already exist as a ghost. Once a person enters the Afterlife, aka Heaven, they can’t be brought back unless of course they really want to return. The bells of Safety Coffins, most common in the 19th century, rang crazily on All Souls Day. Although most of the calls for help were short lived because the Zombie Ghosts had already clawed their way out of their coffins, and burrowed to the surface to begin their quest for justice, or reign of temporary terror
Our recent dealings with a particularly powerful Zombie Ghost on Memorial Day 2015 .
The Second Form Of Sapient Zombie This ultra rare form is only referred to as a Sapient Or Sentient Zombie rather than a Zombie Ghost. It’s simply a human with such amazing will power that they refuse to die. Technically their body dies but they will their soul to remain in their body rather than turning into a ghost or walking into the white light of the Afterlife. Most of the time it’s unintentional while other times it’s the purposeful work of a powerful practitioner of magic or Necromancer clinging to life on Earth until they can find a better solution. Since the body is dead it begins to rot like a zombie! Since no zombie virus is present to feed on human flesh, and delay the decay, there is a rapid rotting like any standard corpse. In fact it’s often quicker as their spirit’s metaphysical energy eats away at the biological structure unlike the Zombie Ghosts supernatural sustenance.🧟
Do the Sentient Zombies have a thirst for flesh like the average Zombie?
Not usually since they don’t technically have the Zombie Virus. However if the metaphysical energy animating them wanes they may begin to crave human flesh, and the spiritual energy within it.
Is it possible for them to ressurect and not rot like s Zombie?
There would have to be intervention from a practitioner of magic or Necromancer.
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Ghostly Zombie is the first new zombie you encounter in Ancient Egypt Night in Plants vs. Zombies 2 . The zombie is a ghost that cannot be seen by the player unless they are in a 4x4 range of a Plantern.
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She is based on a ghost, sometimes known as an apparition, haunt, phantom or poltergeist. The zombie is basicly just a mummy zombie that was edited in Paint.net to look more like a ghost (true story).
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She seems to be like any normal mummy zombie exept for the fact that it is very pale and almost see through-able. She wears a normal tie possibly made out of Ruby, and is wrapped in paper.
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TOUGHNESS: Protected SPEED: Basic
Ghostly Zombie is not visible to the human eye, unless if it is in range of something bright Special: Cannot be seen whitout something bright
Ghostly Zombie usually wakes up very early in the morning. She hates it, and to make matters worse, her hand just sink right through the alarm clock
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Ghostly Zombie absorbs 18.10 Normal Damage shot, they lose an arm when down to 5.0 HP Shots before finally dying at 0 HP.
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Ghostly Zombie absorbs more hits in the china verison then the international. She absorbs exactly 20 Normal Damage shots before dying in this verison.
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This Zombie is very vunreble to most attacking plants, but plants can only attack her when she is visible. Plants such as Plantern will be your main strategy against revealing them. Since they can only be seen whithin a 4x4 range of a Plantern. Gold Bloom will both illuminate the sandstorm in the area and all Ghostly Zombies nearby for about 8 Seconds. Planterns will be used a lot in Ancient Egypt Night, and so the ghostly zombie get much less of a threat later on.
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Ghost Zombie is an Immorticia minion zombie in Plants vs. Zombies 3 . He acts like a Browncoat Zombie , except when destroyed he summons a Flying version of himself, similarly to how Zom-Blobs spawn Zom-Blots .
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Ghost Zombie is based on the Haunting Zombie from Plants vs. Zombies Heroes . His ability to summon a flying version of himself when destroyed is akin to the Haunting Zombies' ability to make the zombie player gain a Haunting Ghost when destroyed. His chilling ability is a reference to how chill can also mean to horrify or frighten someone.
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Another head hangs lowly Child is slowly taken And the violence, caused such silence
Who are we mistaken? But you see, it′s not me It's not my family In your head, in your head They are fighting With their tanks, and their bombs And their bombs, and their guns In your head, in your head They are crying In your head, in your head Zombie, zombie, zombie What′s in your head, in your head Zombie, zombie, zombie Another mother's breaking Heart is taking over When the violence causes silence We must be mistaken It's the same old theme Since nineteen-sixteen In your head, in your head They′re still fighting With their tanks, and their bombs And their bombs, and their guns In your head, in your head They are dying In your head, in your head Zombie, zombie, zombie What′s in your head, in your head Zombie, zombie, zombie
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The Meaning Behind The Song: Ghuleh/Zombie Queen by Ghost
Ghuleh/Zombie Queen is a hauntingly beautiful song by the Swedish rock band Ghost. Released in 2013 as part of their second studio album “Infestissumam,” the song carries a cryptic yet intriguing meaning. Its unique blend of eerie melodies, dark lyrics, and melodic vocals make it a favorite among fans and critics alike.
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The song opens with mysterious words that bewitch the listener, “Beloved by none, she’s a walking razor blade amusement park.” This line sets the stage for the enigmatic story that unfolds throughout the song. Ghuleh, often associated with a mystical creature that feeds on the dead, represents a haunting presence full of pain and longing.
As the song progresses, the lyrics delve into themes of darkness, death, and obsession. The verses paint a vivid picture of a lonely queen, wandering the night, searching for love and vengeance. It’s a poetic exploration of the supernatural world, entwined with human emotions and desires.
Ghost masterfully blends heavy metal elements with a symphonic sound, resulting in a harmonious fusion that perfectly complements the macabre lyrics. The eerie ambiance created by the haunting melodies and the lead singer’s emotional delivery allows the listener to truly feel the depth and emotion behind the song.
Frequently Asked Questions about Ghuleh/Zombie Queen
1. what is the inspiration behind the lyrics of ghuleh/zombie queen.
The lyrics of Ghuleh/Zombie Queen are heavily influenced by the band’s fascination with horror, supernatural elements, and human emotions. They draw inspiration from Gothic literature, occult themes, and films that explore the realms of darkness and the unknown.
2. What does the term “Ghuleh” represent in the song?
Ghuleh refers to a mythical creature in folklore, often depicted as an undead being that feasts on the flesh and blood of the deceased. In the context of the song, Ghuleh symbolizes a haunting presence, a ghostly queen who embodies pain, longing, and a desire for revenge.
3. How does Ghuleh/Zombie Queen differ from Ghost’s other songs?
Ghuleh/Zombie Queen stands out from Ghost’s repertoire due to its melodic and symphonic nature. While the band is known for their heavy metal sound, this song showcases a more atmospheric and theatrical side. The combination of haunting melodies, layered vocals, and intricate instrumentation creates a mesmerizing experience for the listener.
4. What are the possible interpretations of Ghuleh/Zombie Queen?
Interpretations of Ghuleh/Zombie Queen vary among listeners. Some view it as a metaphor for the artist’s personal struggles with loneliness, while others perceive it as an exploration of the duality of human nature. The cryptic lyrics and haunting melodies allow for multiple interpretations, adding to the song’s allure.
5. What role does the concept of death play in Ghuleh/Zombie Queen?
Death is a recurring theme in Ghuleh/Zombie Queen, symbolizing the inevitable end that awaits everyone. The lyrics portray a sense of longing for what has been lost, a desire to connect with the deceased, and a fascination with the afterlife. Death serves as a backdrop, highlighting the contrast between life’s fragility and the eternal nature of the souls that haunt the song.
6. How has Ghuleh/Zombie Queen been received by fans and critics?
Ghuleh/Zombie Queen has garnered widespread acclaim from both fans and critics. Its unique blend of haunting melodies, atmospheric soundscapes, and dark lyrics have resonated with audiences around the world. The song has become a fan favorite, often praised for its emotional depth and mesmerizing composition.
7. Has Ghost shed any light on the true meaning of Ghuleh/Zombie Queen?
Ghost, known for their enigmatic nature, has not explicitly revealed the true meaning behind Ghuleh/Zombie Queen. The band members often leave the interpretation of their songs up to the listeners, allowing for personal connections and individual experiences to shape the meaning.
8. Are there any live performances of Ghuleh/Zombie Queen that are particularly noteworthy?
One exceptional live performance of Ghuleh/Zombie Queen can be found in the band’s concert film “Ceremony and Devotion.” The elaborate staging, mesmerizing visuals, and the band’s captivating energy further enhance the haunting atmosphere of the song, leaving a lasting impression on the audience.
9. How does the music video of Ghuleh/Zombie Queen contribute to its overall meaning?
The music video for Ghuleh/Zombie Queen complements the song’s cryptic atmosphere. It features haunting visuals, gothic imagery, and captivating storytelling. The video adds an additional layer of depth to the song, allowing viewers to immerse themselves in the surreal world portrayed by Ghost.
10. Has Ghuleh/Zombie Queen influenced other artists or genres of music?
Ghuleh/Zombie Queen, along with Ghost’s unique sound, has undoubtedly left an impact on the music industry. The band’s ability to seamlessly blend different genres and create a distinct atmosphere has inspired many artists across various musical styles. Their fusion of heavy metal with symphonic elements has paved the way for a new wave of atmospheric rock music.
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Five NSXs, Two Vipers, And Other Zombie Cars Show Up In 2023 Sales Charts
A blast from the past? A testament to post-pandemic auto industry weirdness? Whatever they were, seeing these cars on the sales charts was unexpected
by Sebastien Bell
The automotive industry has been marked by a desire for newness in the 2020s. Startups have emerged out of the blue, while old automakers are introducing fresh models with novel powertrains. However, some surprisingly elderly models could still be seen dotting the sales charts in 2023.
For instance, Honda has put a lot of effort into its lineup in recent years, updating the Civic, the Accord, the CR-V, and more. Same goes for Acura, which introduced the Integra. But new cars weren’t the only ones that the automaker managed to shift. Despite officially going out of production in 2022, Acura still managed to sell five NSXs last year, which was 98.3 percent fewer than it managed in 2022, when it sold 298 of them.
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And it wasn’t the only automaker that managed to sell out of production sports cars in 2023. Dodge sold two Vipers in 2023, despite officially discontinuing the car in 2017. Similarly, Alfa Romeo managed to sell a single 4C last year, even though the car was discontinued after the 2020 model year. Could it have been the very special Unica edition?
It wasn’t all sports cars and enthusiast specials, though. Stellantis had another surprise seller in 2023. Although production of the Chrysler 200 officially stopped in 2016, there were apparently a few hangover examples still sitting in dealer lots, because the automaker reports that it sold four of them in 2023.
Indeed, Stellantis provided us with many of the strangest sales figures of 2023. Although they all went out of production in 2016, the automaking conglomerate somehow managed to sell three Dodge Darts, two Chrysler Town & Country minivans, and a single Jeep Patriot.
It wasn’t the only automaker selling out-of-production vehicles, though. Toyota officially stopped selling its premium sedan, the Avalon in America after the 2022 model year. Despite that, it still managed to find 55 buyers who were interested in buying it in 2023. Don’t expect sales to continue into 2024, though, they were down to zero in December.
These cars prove that despite the auto industry’s obsession with newness, there are still ghosts haunting the sales charts.