10 best zombie movies of the 21st century

Sure, “The Evil Dead” holds a place in our hearts, but our BRAINS tell us the 21st century is the golden age of zombies. Among the zombie movies released since 2000, here are the top 10 in critics’ eyes.

Zombies have been regulars in horror films since “Night of the Living Dead” made them a sensation in 1968. They’ve inspired countless films, books and a hit TV show.

Want more information on how to prepare for a zombie apocalypse? The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention can help you here. And REI has drawn up a helpful infographic on the 13 essential tools for surviving a zombie outbreak.

There are also several places in Snohomish County where you can practice your zombie killing skills. These include:

Stalker Farms: 8705 Marsh Road, Snohomish.

Thomas Family Farm: 9010 Marsh Road, Snohomish.

The Haunted Hollow: 3919 88th St., Marysville.

Other websites for zombie fans:

www.seattlezombies.com

www.zombiecon.com.

Need more training in how to survive zombies?

Zombie survival wiki

Tips for surviving a zombie apocalypse.

Zombie Industries.

And go here to revisit YouTube’s favorite zombie, with 38 million views.

Visit our site Thursday to read more about zombies and the people who love them enough to go out looking like them.

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