List of zombie short films and undead-related projects

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The following is a list of zombie short films and other zombie- and undead-related projects, such as television series.

Zombies are creatures usually portrayed as either reanimated corpses or mindless human beings, in both cases cannibalistic or more widely as undead bodies, ghouls, mummies, reanimated corpses, vampires and so on. While zombie films generally fall into the horror genre, some cross over into other genres, such as comedy, science fiction, thriller, or romance. Distinct sub-genres have evolved, such as the "zombie comedy" or the "zombie apocalypse". Zombies in this article are not distinct from other types of undead like ghouls, ghosts, mummies, or vampires.[1]

Short films and anthology segments[edit]

This list considers zombie short films. The films in this category satisfy the following requirements:

Title Director Year Notes References
2 Hours Michael Ballif 2012 [2][3]
The ABCs of Death, segment "W is for WTF?" Jon Schnepp 2012 [4]
Aces & Eights Matt Allen 2008 zombie [5][6][7]
Afternoon of the Rat-Faced Zombies (aka 28 Beers Later) Vinson Pike 2012 [8][9][10]
Alice Jacobs Is Dead Alex Horwitz 2009 zombie [5][11]
All of the Dead Tony Mines & Tim Drage 2000 Lego-zombie [5][12][13]
Boot Hill Blind Dead Chris Mackey & Alana Smithe 2003 zombie [14][15]
Bubba's Chili Parlor Joey Evans 2005 zombie [16][17][18]
The Dead Have Risen Mitch Csanadi 2006 zombie [19][20]
Dead Things, segment "The Wish" D.T. Carney 2005 short story in anthology film
Dinner Party of the Damned Brian Wimer 2008 zombie [21]
Dong of the Dead Joanna Angel 2009 Pornographic spoof of zombie-based films [22][23]
Gay By Dawn Jonathan London 2004 zombie
Goregoyles: First Cut, segment "Berserkers" Kevin J. Lindenmuth 2003 second short film in direct-to-video Goregoyles volume 1 series [24][25]
Heavy Metal, segment "B-17" Gerald Potterton 1981 short story within anthology feature film
Hood of Horror (Gang of Horror, Snoop Dogg's Hood of Horror) Stacy Title 2006 third short story within anthology feature film [26]
I'll See You in My Dreams Miguel Ángel Vivas 2003 short film [27]
The Living Dead Chronicles Webby 2008 zombie [28]
Living Dead Girl Jon Springer 2003 zombie [29][30][31][32]
Living Dead Lock Up 3: Siege of the Dead Mario Xavier 2008 continuation of Living Dead Lock Up 2 [33][34]
The Lost Tape: Andy's Terrifying Last Days Revealed Zack Snyder 2004 Mockumentary short and addition to Dawn of the Dead (2004) [35][36][37][38]
Maybe.... Christopher Kahler 2008 zombie [39]
Mulva: Zombie Ass Kicker! Chris Seaver 2001 [33] [40]
Nightmare Alley, segment "A Fistful of Innards" Laurence Holloway & Scarlet Fry 2010 first short story in anthology film [41]
Night of the Living Bread Kevin S. O'Brien 1990 Comedic parody of Night of the Living Dead (1968) [42][43]
Night of the Living Carrots Robert Porter 2011 Comedic parody of Night of the Living Dead (1968) [44][45][46][47][48]
Night of the Living Jews Oliver Noble 2008 Comedic parody of Night of the Living Dead (1968) [49][50][51][52]
Night of the Not So Living Dead Guy (aka Night of the not so living Dead Guy!) Michael Kesler 2002 Comedic parody of Night of the Living Dead (1968) [53][54]
The Night Shift Thomas Smith 2009 Trigger is a name of female demon-zombie. Featured movie based on this short is The Night Shift (2011). [55][56][57][58]
Night Shift Rob Chinery, Scott Chinery & Tommy Chinery 2010 zombie [59]
Paris by Night of the Living Dead Grégory Morin 2009 zombie [60][61][62]
Re-Penetrator Doug Sakmann 2004 A pornographic spoof of Re-Animator. In 2006, the film was edited and added to the anthology LovecraCked! The Movie. [63][64][65][66][67]
Rising Up: The Story of the Zombie Rights Movement Laura Moss 2009 BIFF 2009 Award Winner — Laura Moss (Indie Soul Best Director Award) [68][69][70][71]
Scary or Die, segments "The Crossing", "Clowned" Michael Emanuel 2012 anthology film with segment on zombies, infected clowns [72]
School of the Dead Sam Horsley 2010 zombie [73][74][75][76][77]
School of the Dead (aka Liam Hooper's School of the Dead) Liam Hooper 2012 zombie [78][79]
Slices of Life, segment "W.O.R.M." Anthony G. Sumner 2010 first segment of anthology film, software hack turns people into "corporate zombies", although they don't really die first [80][81]
Song of the Dead Chip Gubera 2004 Featured movie based on this short is Song of the Dead (2005). [82][83][84]
Street of the Dead Joe Pontillo 2008 zombie [85][86]
They Shall Pay with Rivers of Blood Buck Anderson 2009 zombie [87]
Undead Ted Daniel Knight 2007 7-minute short film [88]
V/H/S, segment "Tape 56" Adam Wingard 2012 short story within anthology feature film
V/H/S/2, segment "A Ride in the Park" Eduardo Sánchez and Gregg Hale 2013 short story within anthology feature film
The Walken Dead Ryan Hunter 2011 Parody spoofs The Walking Dead TV-series combining its theme with actor Christopher Walken movie quotes [89][90][91]
Worst Case Scenario (Woensdag Gehaktdag) Richard Raaphorst 2004 DVD released in 2008 [92][93]
The Zombeatles: All You Need Is Brains Doug Gordon 2009 Timeline: autumn 2008 – shot;[94][95][96] 23 January 2009 – premiere;[97] 1 April 2009 – DVD on demand.[98][99] [98][100][101][102]
Zombie Hunter Geoff Hamby 2005 zombie [103]
Zombie in a Penguin Suit Chris Russell 2011 follows the path of an aquarium worker-turned zombie [104]
Zombie Run Damian Morter 2013 [105]
Zombie Valley Darin Beckstead 2003 zombie [106]
Zombie Vegetarians Mad Martian 2004 [107]
Zombie Warrior Daniel Flügger 2007 zombie [108][109]
Zomblies David M. Reynolds 2010 zombie [62][110]

Series[edit]

Title Director/Creator Year Notes References
Highschool of the Dead Tetsurō Araki 2010 TV series [111][112][113]
Is This a Zombie? Takaomi Kanasaki 2011 TV series [114]
Sankarea Shinichi Omata 2012 TV series [115]
The Walking Dead Frank Darabont 2010–present TV series [116][117][118]
Woke Up Dead Jon Heder 2009 web-series [119][120]
Xombie (aka Xombie: Dead on Arrival) James Farr 2003 flash cartoons-series [121][122]
Zombie Roadkill David Green 2010 shorts TV series, broadcast on Fearnet [123]

Miscellaneous[edit]

This list considers "quasi-zombie" films and films where zombies exist in the title only. The films in this category satisfy the following requirements:

Title Director Year Type Notes References
The Aftermath (Zombie Aftermath) Steve Barkett 1982 film Zombie exist in alternate titles only. Mutants look like zombies [124]
Cadaverella Timothy Friend 2007 film No zombie in this film. Cinder is a revenant. [125]
The Crazies George A. Romero 1973 film infected humans [126] [127]
The Crazies Breck Eisner 2010 film infected humans [128][129]
Electric Zombies John Specht 2006 film No zombies. Brainwashing [130][131]
Germ Z J.T. Boone 2013 film humans infected by alien bacteria who consume other humans [132]
Ghosts of Mars John Carpenter 2001 film Alien spirits possess humans and make them attack like zombies [133]
It's My Party and I'll Die If I Want To Tony Wash 2007 film No zombies in this film. Ghosts look like zombies [134][135]
Legion of the Dead Paul Bales 2005 film mummies [136][137]
Mausoleum Michael Dugan 1983 film No zombies. Demon possession of existing girl. [138]
Nightmare Circus (Barn of the Naked Dead) Alan Rudolph 1974 film No zombies. Mutated human imprisons women. [139]
Plague Town David Gregory 2008 film No zombies. Crazy people [140]
Porno Holocaust (Orgasmo nero II – Insel der Zombies) Joe D'Amato 1981 featured movie Zombie exist in alternate titles only. Mutant looks like a zombie [141][142][143]
Rabid David Cronenberg 1977 film infected humans [144]
Rise of the Dead William Wedig 2007 film No zombies in this movie, even though the tagline says "a terrifying zombie thriller", spirit possession causes people to act like zombies [145][146]
Sella Turcica Fred Vogel 2010 feature film No zombie in this film. The main character is sick man infected by parasitic worm. He looks like a zombie at very end of movie [147][148][149]
The Signal David Bruckner, Dan Bush & Jacob Gentry 2007 anthology film No zombies. Signal causes people to go crazy and act like zombies. [150][151]
They Must Eat Tommy Brunswick 2006 film ghouls, not zombies [152]
Zombie and the Ghost Train (Zombie ja Kummitusjuna) Mika Kaurismäki 1991 feature film No zombie in this film. The character's name is Zombie, but he is not a zombie [153]
Zombie Island Massacre John N. Carter 1984 film No zombies. Characters are killed by voodoo practitioners with regular slasher methods. [154]
Zombie: Regulators Holger Breiner 1998 commercial commercial of Zombie: The Resurrection which shown on ProSieben [155][156]
Zombie Snake (Kaidan Hebi Onna, Snake Woman) Atsushi Shimizu 2000 film Undead snake woman creature, called a ghoul or ghost, but not a zombie except by title of movie [157]
Zombie Vampire (Robo Vampire) Godfrey Ho 1988 film No zombies. Has vampires and a cyborg ninja [158]
The Zombie Walks (Im Banne des Unheimlichen) Alfred Vohrer 1968 film No zombies. The murderer calls himself The Laughing Corpse and is revealed to be a man who dresses in a skeleton outfit. [159]

Abandoned, in progress, and rumored projects[edit]

This list considers an announced zombie-ish films. The films in this category satisfy the following requirement:

  • announced as zombie or zombie-ish undead film.
Title Director Date of Initial Communication Status Filmmaking stage Note
The 4th Reich Shaun Robert Smith 2009.08.20[160][161] abandoned announced[162] News (2012).[163] IMDb
A.D. Ben Hibon 2010.01.29[164] abandoned planned Trailer (January 2010).[165]
The Bloodfest Club Oscar Madrid 2009.08.26[166][167] not yet released announced as film,[168]
announced as short film[169]
Trailer (2011).[170][171]
News (2012).[169]
Breathers: A Zombie's Lament 2009.02.23[172] abandoned planned No news after early ones. IMDb
Condition Dead Patrick Lussier 2011.02.23[173] in development announced[174] IMDb
The Corporate Zombie Killers Danny Leiner 2008.11.08[175][176] abandoned planned No news after early ones.
Day of the Dead 3: Epidemic Ana Clavell &
James Glenn Dudelson
2009.08.26[177][178] abandoned planned No news after early ones.
Dead by Dawn 2009.XX.XX[179] abandoned planned No news after early ones. IMDb
Dead Dogs (Original: Perros Muertos) Koldo Serra 2010.02.12[180] abandoned planned Trailer (April 2011).[181]
Deadtention (aka Dead Detention) Chris Cartusciello 2011.07.10[182] abandoned planned Trailer (September 2011).[183]
Death Walks Spencer Hawken 2013.07.15[184][185] in development filming[186] IMDb
The Drought Lawrence Gough 2009.11.09[187] abandoned planned No news after early ones. IMDb
Erdora, Chapter 1: The Death District (Original: Erdora – Kapitel 1: Der Todeskreis) Philip Polcar 2009.01.08[188] abandoned planned Trailer (June 2009).[189]
Fragile Eduardo Rodríguez 2007.10.04[190][191] abandoned planned No news after early ones.
The Harvard Zombie Massacre Warren Zide 2008.06.28[192] in development pre-production[193][better source needed] IMDb
Haunting Kira Teresa Fahs 2009.07.14[194] abandoned planned Teaser/Trailer (October 2009).[195]
Hell on Earth Ted A. Bohus 2005.04.05[196][197] abandoned post-production[198] No news after early ones.
I Spit on Your Rave Chris Boyle 2009.05.01[199] abandoned filming[200][201][202][203][204] Latest news (October 2012).[205]
Invasion of the Not Quite Dead (Initial: Attack of the Not Quite Dead) Antony D. Lane 2006.10.12[206]
2006.11.XX[207][208][209]
2007.01.XX[210][211]
2007.06.XX[212][213]
in development filming — 2009;[214]
– 2010;[215]
– 2011;[216][217]
– 2012.[218][219]
Teaser (2011).[220]
New announce (2012).[221]
News (2013).[222] IMDb
Joshua Breed (Initial: Zombie Island) Phil Claydon 2007.11.19[223] (as Zombie Island)
2008.08.05[224] (as Joshua Breed)
abandoned announced[225] No news after early ones.
Home Delivery Ryuhei Kitamura 2009.09.10[226][227] abandoned planned No news after early ones. IMDb
Living Dead Girl Éric Tessier 2006.08.25[228][229] abandoned planned No news after early ones.
House of Re-Animator Stuart Gordon 2001.XX.XX[230][231] abandoned planned Latest news (March 2008).[232][233]
Night of the Living Dorks Michael Showalter 2007.03.18[234] abandoned planned No news after early ones.
Was attempted remake of Die Nacht der lebenden Loser.
Plaga Zombie: American Invasion Garry Mederios 2013.04.08[235] in development filming[236][237] Fourth entry in the Plaga Zombie series.
Plan 9 John Johnson 2010.02.12[238] not yet released private screening[239][240] IMDb
REC 4: Apocalypse Jaume Balagueró 2010.05.03[241][242][243][244] in development filming[245][246] Promo.[245] Behind the Scenes.[246]
IMDb
School of the Dead Seth Slick 2011.07.15[247][248][249] not yet released completed[250][251][252][253] Latest news (2011).[253] IMDb
Three Strikes, You're Dead Corbin Bernsen 2009.10.27[254] abandoned planned Latest news (March 2010).[255]
The Uglies 3D
(Initial: The Legend of Zombie Road)
Howard Smith and Ethan Terra June 2009[256] abandoned pre-production No news after renaming on 2010-04-20 [257]
Victim of the Living Dead Anthony Porrey 2011.10.31[258][259] abandoned planned No news after early ones.
Virulents John Moore August 2008[260][261] abandoned in production[262] no news since 2010
Xombie 2009.09.23[263] abandoned planned No news after early ones. IMDb
Xombie: Reanimated 2009.09.23[263] abandoned planned No news after early ones. IMDb
Zero Dark Thirty Eli Roth (from 2003)[264]
John Stalberg (from 2006)[265]
Paul Solet(from 2010)[266][267]
2003.08.01[264] abandoned planned Followed by rumors only.[268][269][270]
Zombie Attack from Outer Space Jean-Anne Hawse 2010.03.29[271][272] abandoned planned Latest news (June 2010).[273]
Zombie Outbreak Sarah N. Stennett 2006[274] unknown completed[275] no date available
Zombies of the Night Stuart Brennan December 2007[276] abandoned post-production[277] remains unreleased according to Brennan[278]

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