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The Top 5 Zombie Films That Are Hungry To Be #1 | LRM Ranks It

Welcome to THE NEW AND IMPROVED LRM Ranks It! This is the video feature where two LRM writers share their personal rankings for various properties! Be it comic book movies or Star Wars-related, you’d better believe we have opinions on what’s good, what’s bad, and what’s best.

The living dead, the undead, the walking dead, walkers… all names for one type of horror creature, zombies! This week Kyle talks about his five favorite films from the zombie genre and all of the flesh-eating gore that goes with it.

Zombie films started, before the flesh-eating monsters we know, as voodoo mind controlled people. In the late 60s, George A. Romero created Night of the Living Dead which brought us the flesh-eating creatures most people are familiar with. Since then, the decaying corpses of humans and animals have been terrorizing people on the page, big screens, little screens, and on the computer screen. With such a rich library to draw from, it was difficult to pick a top five, but Kyle has fought through the hoards with a chainsaw to bring to you a list of undeniably great zombie flicks.

What’s on your list?

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