If it is out east and features the living dead , it's in here. I thought it worth grouping them together as they tend not to stick so closely to the zombie movie tropes and cliches, so can often come up with something original and often jaw-dropping. About the list : It is always tricky knowing where to draw the line but to stop unnecessary replication Chinese hopping vampires are in my other list " Crazy kung-fu horror films " unless they also feature obvious zombies too the key to the films are resurrected corpses, which can turn into dangerous vampires if something goes wrong. See also : There is also some crossover with the extreme Japanese films list, and the sub-list of it on the New Japanese Gore films.
Since its break-out from South Korea in July, Train to Busan fever has been spreading through cinemas the world over like a rage virus read our review here. While Asia is a relative newcomer to big-screen zombies which date back over 80 years in America to the critically panned film White Zombie , it does have previous when it comes to undead-flavoured mayhem on the big screen. So if Train to Busan has left you hungry for more Eastern-style flesh-eating flicks, here are three of the best to sink your teeth into. This Japanese horror spectacular hacks together samurai mysticism, gangster shootouts and, of course, a healthy serving of zombie slaying. This amusingly titled Japanese B-movie seems to have hopes of providing us with a dense and considered social commentary about the structures in schools that define our characters and colour our souls.
Watch the video. An middle-aged office worker encounters aliens and is gifted with alien technology and limitless powers. Ryoko and her husband are a Tokyo couple in a loveless marriage that is on the verge of being turned upside down.
And I kept putting off seeing it. I thought I had seen it all when it came to horror movies, especially zombie ones. I was wrong. However, what makes this film so brilliant is a massive spoiler.