"This 1968 Classic is THE most famous and influential zombie film ever made! In a league all of it's own, this benchmark in horror pretty much started the whole trend for the further contents of this list. Also, check out the 1990 Remake."
"Like REC and The Crazies, not quite undead but still worth a mention is this English made horror. A Rage virus has turned most of the population into flesh eating running psycho's. Loosely based on "Day of the Triffids" / "I Am Legend" theme... Great sequel too!"
"George A. Romero is the Grandfather of the modern zombie films, his first three films are legendary, I think that if "Land of the Dead" had been made by anyone else it would have been a big success.. Over-shadowed by the brilliance of his originals."
"Not easily available either, and slightly dated now as it is soaked in 80's sub-culture. As far as Zombie films go, this is up there. Mainly a comedy, with cool effects. The first is by far the best."
"A personal favorite of mine, From Rodriguez and Tarantino came the resurrection of "Grindhouse", with a nod to the classic splatter and exploitation films of old... This has everything you could want to see from the genre, and is a visually stunning Zombie film."
"Highly impressive zombie Epic from T.V's Charlie Brooker, set in and around the Big Brother house... Don't let that put you off though. You are missing out if you are a fan of the zombie genre and have not seen this!"