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Anna and the Apocalypse (2017)
A zombie musical that’s remarkably charming in its own quirky way, complete with a musical comedy small town, insufferably cute high school kids who constantly burst into song… and a swarm of flesh-eating corpses that won’t stay dead. Try it. You just might like it.
Blood Quantum (2019)
The only zombie apocalypse movie we know set inside the First Nations — specifically in the devastated Mi’kmaq reservation that survives because Native Americans seem to be immune to the zombie virus. An overlooked but damn good — and very grim — film.
Boneshaker (Clockwork Century 1)
The first volume of Cherie Priest’s terrific steampunk zombie fiction, filled with the adventures of the heroes, villains, and monsters who scrape out a living in the remains of post-zompoc Seattle. Filled with great speculative history, action, awesome devices, and some of the smartest and most admirable female characters in zomfic.
Cockneys vs Zombie (2012)
There’s no reason this should be so funny, engaging, and even exciting, but it is. There’s a mad exuberance about old folks blasting away at the undead while the hapless younger generation can barely keep up. A truly underrated cult classic.
Even big-time zombie movie fans may have missed this one. Is it a comedy? A satire? A skewed love story? All that and more, and one of the least expected and most watchable of the “dark comedies” to come out of the genre.
The Living Dead: A Novel – ON SALE NOW! $2.99!
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Best-selling author Daniel Kraus completed George A. Romero’s excellent but unfinished story set in the Night of the Living Dead world. Not an adaptation or ‘novelization;’ an entirely new tale,of the zombie plague as George A. Romero wanted to tell it.