It's always a good time to snuggle up with your significant other for some Netflix and brains. Did we say brains? We meant braaaaaaaaains. Juicy, delicious brains. Ahem. Anyway, here's your guide to every single zombie movie and show on Netflix.
Do we need to tell you to watch The Walking Dead? No, we don't. The already classic AMC show is available for your streaming pleasure.
Hey, zombies can have jobs too! A medical student gets turned into a zombie in this CW show based on a comic book series. She puts her appetite to good work when she discovers eating the brains of murder victims lets her see into their pasts.
Laurence Fishburne stars in this Canadian sci-fi thriller, which flopped at the box office. The year is 2045, and climate change has backfired into a new Ice Age. Survivors live in underground bunkers called Colonies. The Colonies are doing OK... except for, you know, the one that's been turned into flesh-eating cannibals.
It doesn't get much creepier than Lovecraft. Medical students take on an unusual extracurricular when they try to bring corpses back to life. It does not go well.
Do you prefer your reanimated to be animated? Check out Tim Burton's stop-motion film about a nervous groom who inadvertently marries a woman already in the afterlife.
Based on the novel Pontypool Changes Everything, this movie starts with a radio shock jock going to work in a small Canadian town. When a zombie outbreak hits, the DJ and his producers discover the infection is language based: Certain words and phrases have the power to infect others. The DJ realizes that if words can spread the virus, maybe they can also stop it.
Zombies and Nazis. Nazi zombies. What more do you need? How about some Scandinavian college students on a ski trip who happen to be horror movie buffs? Thought so.
This Dutch movie features four friends who emerge after a night in an Amsterdam drunk tank to discover the city's been ravaged by zombies. Like Shaun of the Dead, but with subtitles.
Another entry in the "zom com" category. This time, spunky Brits -- including bank robbers and retirees -- fight their way out of zombie-plagued London. Rotten Tomatoes gave this one a 73% and said, "If you're interested in watching a battle between cockneys and zombies, this is the movie for you."
A group of zombie-virus survivors make a cross-country road trip with a bite victim who appears to be immune. The first season of this SyFy horror/comedy/drama series is now on Netflix.
Sadly, the first two movies in George Romero's Dead trilogy -- Night of the Living Dead and Dawn of the Dead -- aren't on Netflix. But the third installment is on there, and you should definitely check it out if you want to consider yourself a true zombie movie buff.
Speaking of George Romero, did you know he participated in a documentary about the making of Night of the Living Dead? It also features archival footage of Andy Griffith, Harry Belafonte, and Mr. Rogers. A must-watch for Romero fans.
This B-movie zom com centers on four friends in Texas whose hunting trip goes all kinds of wrong after a chupacabra bites their guide and turns him into a zombie. As the group engineers its escape from the chupacabra virus, one of the guys learns his girlfriend is cheating on him with another member of the hunting party.
Rodents are the zombies in this twist on the genre. A group of college students returning from vacation must fend off a horde of ferocious undead beavers.
This documentary explores the real-life roots of the zombie mythos. The filmmakers travel to Haiti, where the concept of the dead rising again is a part of the religion and local culture.
In this Australian action thriller, a man in the Outback tries to find his sister after his wife and daughter get infected with a zombie plague. He discovers his sister is being experimented on by a mad scientist and tries to save her. One highlight: In this incarnation of the zombie virus, zombie blood and breath is flammable.
This version of the zombie virus is capable of jumping between species and mixing them together into horrific mutants. The remaining survivors fight to stay alive.
A man fights junkies-turned-zombies with only a trunk full of guns, ammo, and booze. He stumbles across a group of survivors (led by Danny Trejo) who are looking for a mythical promised land.
Another Nazi zombie movie! Set in WWII, Russian forces discover that Nazis are winning fights with the help of resurrected soldiers pieced together with body parts. It turns out Hitler's pals have discovered the journals of one Dr. Victor Frankenstein.
A city falls under military quarantine after a chemical bioweapon plant explodes. A group of survivors in a warehouse try to ward off zombie attacks and avoid inhaling the neurotoxin that's infecting people.
Thanks to Wesley Snipes's tax problems, this western horror flick never made it to theaters. Snipes plays a cowboy with a pretty twisted curse: Every person he kills joins an undead army hell-bent on killing him.
In the future, the disease that causes zombieism can be treated with a daily medication. Everything is going fine -- until the medicine starts to run out. A physician tries to secure a black-market source to treat her infected husband before he turns.
Another non-English zombie film (this one's in French). Crooked police officers try to uncover a gangster's lair, only to discover he's harboring a zombie army.
Six months after the zombie plague takes out most of the human race, a married couple holed up in an isolated cabin realize they're running out of food and supplies. They're forced to to leave their forest sanctuary and face what's out there.
Zombies have no respect for the office Christmas party. A janitor named W.C. (get it???) is cleaning the toilets during the festivities when the undead apocalypse strikes.
Maid Marian and Little John decide to bring Robin Hood and his band of merry men back from the dead. It does not go well.