Spooktober is here! Get in the Halloween spirit with zombie-themed films you can stream on Netflix!
From a vampire-like zombie to a small, remote village terrorized by a flesh-eating plague, here’s a list of zombie movies you can watch on Netflix right now. (Read: 3 Pinoy Horror Podcasts to Binge This Halloween)
Blood Red Sky (2021)
When a group of terrorists hijacks an overnight transatlantic flight from Europe to New York, a mysteriously ill woman unleashes a monstrous secret to protect his son.
The German action horror film takes a phenomenal concept that mixes genre hits like From Dusk Till Dawn, Snakes on a Plane, and Train to Busan. (Read: LOOK: PH’s First Drive-In Cinema to Open in Pampanga on July 31)
Blood Red Sky has reached the streaming top 10 in 93 countries and even reached No. 1 in 57 countries– including the United States, Brazil, Saudi Arabia, and Indonesia.
The South Korean thriller follows Joon-woo, a video game live streamer who struggles to survive a zombie outbreak while trapped in his apartment in Seoul.
As he slowly succumbs to hunger, thirst, and depression, Joon-woo meets another survivor, Yoo-bin. (Read: LIST: All the Netflix Series Starring Park Shin-Hye)
#Alive stars multi-awarded actor Yoo Ah-in and singer-actress Park Shin-hye.
Reunion Z (2018)
If you still have not seen a film from our neighboring country, now is your chance!
The Indonesian comedy horror film features a B-list actor who reconnects with his high school bandmates at a zombie-infested reunion.
Fans of horror-comedy zombie flicks like Remington and the Curse of Zombadings or Zombieland would not be disappointed.
Day of the Dead: Bloodline (2018)
In this American action horror film, a former medical student (Zoe) battles for survival against a human-zombie hybrid determined to destroy her.
The film is a reimagining of the 1985 classic Day of the Dead.
It stars Outlander actress Sophie Skelton as Zoe.
The Canadian horror film depicts the residents of a small town in rural Quebec as they deal with an outbreak leading to an attack by zombies.
In a Bollywoodlife review, it was described as “The kind of indie gem that you yearn for, but only get once in a while.” (Read: 4 things You Should Know About Daniel Padilla’s Award-winning Film ‘Kun Maupay Man It Panahon’)
Ravenous won the Toronto International Film Festival Award for Best Canadian Film in 2017.