It is an exciting year for fans of Zombie films. Not only Hollywood but even Bollywood is going to producing Zombie flicks. Here is our list of top zombie films to watch out for in 2013.
Luke Kenny features in India's first zombie film 'The Rise Of The Zombie'. Kenny who has co directed the film with Devaki Singh promises to thrill the hard core Zombie movie fanatics with this one.
Shot in India, 'The Dead 2' is a sequel to the 2010 zombie classic 'The Dead'. The trailer of 'The Dead 2' shows a barren Rajasthan with eerily empty houses and miles of sand dunes. Slowly emerging from among the landscape are the Indian undead - turbaned men and women with their heads covered, eyes unfocussed and blood dripping from rotting faces.
In 'The Evil Dead' 5 friends head to a remote cabin, where the discovery of a Book of the Dead leads them to unwittingly summon up demons living in the nearby woods.
In 'The Night Of The Living Dead' a group of people trapped in a New York apartment fight to stay alive against legions of zombies.
Set in the 1940s, 'The 4th Reich' narrates the story of how Hitler wanted to create an army of the undead which is unbeatable.
Ryan Reynolds features in 'RIPD' or 'Res In Peace Police Department'. The story revolves around a recently slain young cop who joins a team of undead police officers working for the Rest In Peace Department and tries to find the man who killed him.
Saif Ali Khan produces and acts in 'Go Goa Gone'- India's first zombie comedy film. The trailers look extremely promising and we are hoping that Saif along with Vir Das and Kunal Khemu manage to get us rolling with laughter on our seats.
Brad Pitt features ' World War Z' - one of the most anticipated films of 2013. The story revolves around an UN employee who is racing against time to prevent a zombie pandemic from breaking out.
'Invasion Of The Not Quite Dead' is set in 1978 when a virus is contained. Thirty years later the virus is released on an unsuspecting island and all hell breaks loose.