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7 zombie films and series to watch while you wait for the next episode of The Last of Us

Feel like you need to get your zombie fix while you wait for the next episode of The Last of Us on Monday? Fret not, for we have a list of 7 movies and 7 series that you can watch for each day of the week 

7 zombie films and series to watch while you wait for the next episode of The Last of Us

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Last Updated: 04.49 PM, Feb 17, 2023


The Last of Us, the post-apocalyptic drama, is among the most popular series streaming online currently. It is set 20 years in the future, after a pandemic turns those who are infected into zombie-like creatures. It stars Pedro Pascal, who plays Joel Miller, a smuggler and hardened survivor who has to escort a teenager named Ellie (Bella Ramsey) across the US, who may be humanity’s last hope.

So far, only five episodes have been released on Disney+ Hotstar, and that has been more than enough to get many people hooked. But if the wait for Monday for a new episode gets a bit much and you feel like you need to get your zombie fix, then fret not, for we have a list of 7 movies and 7 series that you can watch for each day of the week while you wait for the next episode of The Last of Us.

Zombieland (2009):
The post-apocalyptic zombie comedy follows a geeky college student (Jesse Eisenberg) who meets three strangers (Woody Harrelson, Emma Stone and Abigail Breslin) as they all make their way through a zombie apocalypse. While trying to find a safe haven from the zombies, they end up going on a road trip across the United States.

Train to Busan (2016): This South Korean action horror film is about a zombie apocalypse suddenly breaking out in the country. The film concentrates on the plight of passengers on a high-speed train from Seoul to Busan.

Zombieland: Double Tap (2019): The sequel to Zombieland retains its original star cast, with the addition of Rosario Dawson, Zoey Deutch, Avan Jogia, Luke Wilson and Thomas Middleditch. It is set six years after the first film. The survivors from the first film have found a new home in the abandoned White House and have become experts in identifying and disposing of various zombies. They also come across new strains of zombies, which they have to take on.

Dawn of the Dead (2004): The action horror film is a remake of the 1978 film of the same name. Set in Milwaukee, USA, the film is about a group of survivors who take refuge in an upscale suburban shopping mall in the midst of a zombie apocalypse.

#Alive (2020): The South Korean zombie film is about a video game live streamer's struggle to survive after he is forced to stay alone at his Seoul apartment in the middle of a zombie apocalypse.

Go Goa Gone (2013): Starring Saif Ali Khan, Kunal Khemu, Vir Das, Anand Tiwari and Puja Gupta, India's first zombie action comedy film follows four friends who go to a remote island in Goa to have a good time at a rave party. Once there, they find out that the island is infested with zombies.

Ojuju (2014): The Nigerian zombie thriller is set in a neighbourhood where people suddenly show symptoms of rabid river blindness. The residents must survive and fight their way out of the infested neighbourhood. 

The Walking Dead: The post-apocalyptic horror drama television series is about what happens when Sheriff Deputy Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) wakes up from a coma. He sees that the world is now in a zombie apocalypse, and he must lead a group of survivors to safety, who are under constant threat of attack from 'walkers' (zombies).

All of Us Are Dead: The South Korean coming-of-age zombie apocalypse horror series takes place at a high school, which becomes ground zero for a zombie virus outbreak. The students of the school are trapped and have to fight their way to safety.

Santa Clarita Diet: The horror-comedy series stars Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant, who play Sheila and Joel Hammond, married real-estate agents who live and work in Santa Clarita, California. Their lives take a drastic turn when Sheila starts showing zombie-like symptoms.

Kingdom: This South Korean period horror series is set in 16th-century Joseon (present-day Korea). A mysterious illness afflicts the King of Joseon, and the Crown Prince attempts to investigate it. On his quest, he finds himself caught in the midst of a deadly epidemic.

iZombie: A supernatural procedural crime drama, this series is about a doctor-turned-zombie named Olivia Moore (Rose McIver), who solves murders after eating victims' brains, thereby getting access to their memories and personalities.

Happiness: A South Korean apocalyptic thriller, this series is set in the near future, when infectious diseases are the new normal. The worldwide pandemic of the Lytta virus results in bouts of insanity and bloodlust in those infected by it, and they soon turn into zombies.

Sweet Home: This South Korean apocalyptic horror is centred on Cha Hyun-soo (Song Kang). Monsters start appearing after he leaves his home and moves into an apartment. Hyun-soo and the others in the building are stuck inside their homes, as that seems to be their only hope of survival. 

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