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British Zombie Films – The Ultimate List (with trailers)

There have been some fantastic British Zombie films over the years, from the early hammer films such as the 1966 The Plague of the Zombies (set around a Cornish tin mine) to more recent offerings such as the brilliant 28 Days Later and its stunning sequel. Indeed British director Danny Boyle’s 2002 classic 28 Days Later was seen as re-invigorating the whole zombie genre itself, as Boyle took the normally slow moving, cumbersome zombie, took off its slippers and put on its fastest running shoes, essentially turbo-charging zombies and taking them up a few good levels on the shit-your-pants-terrifying scale. Other non-British films were soon to follow, such as World War Z, and Train to Busan, where the zombies all moved at a terrifying rate of knots making them all the more frightening to audiences around the world.

However, its not just this new breed of zombie (or zombie-like creature) that makes Boyles films so watchable from a British perspective, but those incredible opening scenes of a deserted London, with Big Ben and Westminster as part of the apocalyptic landscape, places we know and love and call home. This brings the whole zombie doomsday scenario right to our front door, so that the ‘what if it happened to me’ becomes all the more easy to imagine, and lets face it, we all like to imagine how we’d do in such a nightmarish scenario, how we’d survive, if we’d survive, and seeing places and hearing accents we are familiar with makes it all the more easier to do, adding another level to British zombie films that other films made elsewhere just can’t match.

In the below list you will find every British zombie film that I know of, along with locational information (where available), a short synopsis of each movie and some other info for additional interest such as director/actors etc.

Please feel free to use the comments section to let us know your favourite British zombie movie, or if there’s a British zombie film that you know of that is not on the list, please let me know in the main comments section so that I can add it, thank you.

I made the list votable so that people can use the up and down voting arrows if they wish, for voting up the movies they like, and downvoting any they dislike.

Thanks, and please don’t forget to share the list with anyone you think might appreciate it, such as fans of zombie, horror, or just British films in general. Thank you!

#1 Shaun of the Dead (2004)

ABOUT

Shaun of the Dead is a 2004 horror comedy film directed by Edgar Wright who co-wrote the film with Simon Pegg who plays Shaun in the film. The film also stars Kate Ashfield, Lucy Davis, Nick Frost, Dylan Moran, Bill Nighy, Penelope Wilton. The film was done on a budget of $6.1 million, and grossed over $30 million.

FILMED IN BRITAIN

Shaun of the Dead was filmed in London, at Ealing Studios, and on location around North London, including Crouch End, Highgate, Finsbury Park, and East Finchley. The shop where Shaun works is a real shop in North Finchley. The Winchester Tavern pub location was actually the Duke of Albany pub in New Cross, South London, which is a Victorian pub that got turned into flats in 2008.

SYNOPSIS

Shaun (Simon Pegg) is a 30-something loser with a dull, easy existence. When he's not working at the electronics store, he lives with his slovenly best friend, Ed (Nick Frost), in a small flat on the outskirts of London. The only unpredictable element in his life is his girlfriend, Liz (Kate Ashfield), who wishes desperately for Shaun to grow up and be a man. When the town is inexplicably overrun with zombies, Shaun must rise to the occasion and protect both Liz and his mother (Penelope Wilton).

#2 28 Days Later (2002)

ABOUT

28 Days Later is a 2002 British post-apocalyptic horror directed by Danny Boyle and written by Alex Garland. It stars Cillian Murphy, Naomie Harris, Christopher Eccleston, Brendan Gleeson and Megan Burns. It had a budget of $8 million, and grossed more than $82.7 million. In a 2017 poll of actors, directors, producers, writers and critics for Time Out magazine it was ranked the 97th best British film ever

FILMED IN BRITAIN 

28 Days Later was filmed in London such as Westminster Bridge and Trafalgar Square, and also filmed at the magnificent Badminton House in Gloucestershire, and the stunning countryside of Ennerdale in Cumbria's Lake District. For a full list of locations see here.  

SYNOPSIS 

A group of misguided animal rights activists free a caged chimp infected with the "Rage" virus from a medical research lab. When London bike courier Jim (Cillian Murphy) wakes up from a coma a month after, he finds his city all but deserted. On the run from the zombie-like victims of the Rage, Jim stumbles upon a group of survivors, including Selena (Naomie Harris) and cab driver Frank (Brendan Gleeson), and joins them on a perilous journey to what he hopes will be safety. 

#3 28 Weeks Later (2007)

ABOUT

28 Weeks Later is the superb 2007 sequel to 28 Days Later, this time directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, as Boyle was busy with his film 'Sunshine' and wanted Juan to bring a fresh new perspective. The film stars Robert Carlyle, Rose Byrne, Jeremy Renner, Harold Perrineau, Catherine McCormack, Idris Elba, and Imogen Poots. The film had a budget of approx $15 million and has so far grossed over $65 million 

FILMED IN BRITAIN 

28 Weeks Later was mainly filmed in London, at Canary Wharf on the Isle of Dogs, with some filming done in Wales at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium.  

SYNOPSIS 

Six months after the original epidemic, the rage virus has all but annihilated the population of the British Isles. Nevertheless, the U.S. Army declares the danger past, and American soldiers arrive to restore order and begin reconstruction. Refugees return to British soil, but one of them carries a deadly secret: The virus is not gone and is even more dangerous than before. 

MORE 28 TO COME... This may not be the last in the 28 films, as there has been talk of a third and possibly a fourth film, potentially called 28 Months Later, and 28 Years Later,  and apparently Boyle confirmed in 2019 that he had begun preperations for a third film in the series. 

#4 Cockneys vs Zombies (2013)

ABOUT 

A 2012 Zombie-Comedy film directed by Matthias Hoene and filmed in various locations around London. The film stars Rasmus Hardiker, Harry Treadaway, Michelle Ryan, Ashley Thomas, Alan Ford, Georgia King, Tony Gardner and Honor Blackman. 

FILMED IN BRITAIN 

Cockneys vs Zombies was filmed in and around London such as at Canary Wharf, Isle of Dogs, Wandsworth, and Sutton.

SYNOPSIS 

A group of bank robbers, pensioners and a war veteran from London's East End fight their way out of England's zombie-infested capital as their ill-conceived attempt to save a retirement home goes awry. 

#5 ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE (2018)

ABOUT 

Anna and the Apocalypse is a 2017 British Christmas zombie musical film directed by John McPhail, and written by Alan McDonald and Ryan McHenry based on McHenry's 2010 BAFTA nominated short Zombie Musical. 

FILMED IN BRITAIN 

Anna and the Apocalypse was shot in the Inverclyde area near Glasgow, Scotland.  

SYNOPSIS 

A zombie apocalypse threatens the sleepy town of Little Haven, England - at Christmas - forcing Anna and her friends to fight, slash and sing their way to survival, facing the undead in a desperate race to reach their loved ones. But they soon discover that no one is safe in this new world, and with civilization falling apart around them, the only people they can truly rely on are each other. 

#6 Colin (2008)

ABOUT

A British zombie film written and directed by Marc Price, it was famously produced on a budget of £45 using an old camcorder and a home PC, with Facebook and Myspace used to gather actors to play the zombies. Shown at Cannes in 2009 and got a good reception.

FILMED IN BRITAIN

Colin was filmed in London

SYNOPSIS

Colin (Alastair Kirton) is getting ready for a party when he is attacked by a zombie. He manages to get out of the house, but realizes he's been bitten. After transforming into a zombie, Colin ventures out in the undead-filled streets of London. Along the way, he meets his sister Linda (Daisy Aitkens), who has also turned into a zombie; follows a woman who reminds of his girlfriend Laura (Leanne Pammen) ; and survives a brutal attack by a group of human survivors.

#7 The Girl With All The Gifts (2016)

ABOUT

Based on the 2014 book by Mike Carey, and directed by Colm McCarthy and written by Mike Carey, the film stars Gemma Arterton, Paddy Considine, Glenn Close, and Sennia Nanua. It was made on a budget of £4 million and received positive reviews.

FILMED IN BRITAIN

The Girl with All the Gifts was filmed in the West Midlands - Birmingham city centre, Cannock Chase, Dudley, and Stoke-on-Trent.

SYNOPSIS

One of several children immune to a mutated fungal disease that has eradicated free will and turned the rest of humanity into cannibalistic zombies, a gifted young girl escapes the safety of a special school and helps guide mankind's survival.

#8 Redcon-1 (2019)

ABOUT

A 2018 British horror starring Katarina Waters, Mark Strange, and Carlos Gallardo. Directed by Chee Keong Cheung, Produced by Kevin Eastman, Carlos Gallardo, and Rob Weston. The movie also stars Carlisle schoolgirl Olivia Story and her father as extras. Read there fantastic story here.

FILMED IN BRITAIN

Scotland - Newtongrange, HM Prison Peterhead, Glasgow, and Ayrshire.
England - Brownsover.

SYNOPSIS

After a deadly viral outbreak, an elite squad of special forces soldiers must infiltrate a quarantine zone to rescue a scientist who holds the only cure to save mankind.

#9 The Plague Of The Zombies (1966)

 ABOUT 

The Plague of the Zombies is a 1966 Hammer film directed by John Gilling and starring André Morell, John Carson, Jacqueline Pearce, Brook Williams and Michael Ripper. The imagery in the film influenced many later films in the zombie genre. The film was produced on a £100,000 budget and grossed $2.3 million at the box office.

FILMED IN BRITAIN 

Bray Studios, Berkshire

SYNOPSIS 

A medical professor (Andre Morell) and his daughter (Diane Clare) link a Cornish epidemic to a village squire's (John Carson) voodoo.

#10 Shed of The Dead (2019)

ABOUT

The 2019 British zombie comedy horror was directed by Drew Cullingham and produced by Nicholas David Lean & James Fisher. The film stars Spencer Brown, Kane Hodder, Michael Berryman, Bill Moseley, Ewen MacIntosh, Lauren Socha, and Emily Booth. It is narrated by Brian Blessed.

FILMED IN BRITAIN

Shed of the Dead was filmed in Bexleyheath & Sidcup and Leytonstone

SYNOPSIS

An unemployed man who spends his days hiding from his nagging wife in his allotment shed faces a difficult decision when a zombie apocalypse strikes his neighbourhood.

#11 SURVIVORS (2015)

ABOUT

A 2015 British horror directed by Adam Spinks, written by Spinks and Laurence Timms. Made on a budget of £10,000 and with a positive reaction by the critics.

FILMED IN BRITAIN

Unknown location. Please use comments to let us know.

SYNOPSIS

The outbreak of a deadly virus sends the UK into a state of emergency, and into a war it appears destined to lose.

#12 BATTLE OF THE BONE (2008)

ABOUT

Battle of the Bone is a 2008 Northern Irish independent zombie film. The film claims to be Northern Ireland's first ever kung-fu zombie film. It stars Shane Todd, Alan Murray Crawford, Laura Jenkins, and Lindsey Mitchell. It was produced, directed and written by George Clarke. The movie won the Audience Choice Award 2008, at The Freakshow Horror Festival in Florida, a contest which was adjudicated by Gearge A. Romero.

FILMED IN NORTHERN IRELAND

Belfast, County Antrim. Downpatrick, County Down. Whitehead, County Antrim.

SYNOPSIS

Divided communities in Northern Ireland come together to battle drug-crazed zombies.

#13 Bloody New Year (1987)

ABOUT

A 1987 British horror directed by Norman J. Warren, and starring Suzy Aitchison, Nikki Brooks, Colin Heywood, Mark Powley, Catherine Roman, and Julian Ronnie.

FILMED IN BRITAIN

Bloody New Year was filmed on location at Butllin's Barry Island in Wales.

SYNOPSIS

Teens (Suzy Aitchison, Nikki Brooks, Colin Heywood) enter an old island hotel haunted by ghosts from a 1960 New Year's Eve party.

#14 Cradle Of Fear (2001)

ABOUT

Cradle of Fear is a 2001 British horror film, directed by Alex Chandon. It was shot on a low budget and features the entire lineup of British rock band Cradle of Filth. Stars Dani Filth, Emily Booth, Eileen Daly.

FILMED IN BRITAIN

Unknown location.

SYNOPSIS

A locked up serial killer Kemper dispatches his satanic servant to exact his brutal revenge.

#15 The Dead 2: India (2013)

ABOUT

The sequel to The Dead (2010) which was also directed by the Ford brothers, Howard J. Ford, and John Ford. The film stars Joseph Millson, Meenu Mishra, and Anand Krishna Goyal.

FILMED IN INDIA

SYNOPSIS

As a zombie plague spreads across India, an American turbine engineer (Joseph Millson) battles his way back to Mumbai to rescue his pregnant lover (Meenu Mishra).

#16 THE DEAD INSIDE (2013)

ABOUT

Directed by Andrew Gilbert, the film stars David Wayman, Simon Nader, and Luke Hobson. It was produced on a budget of £15,000.

FILMED IN BRITAIN

The Dead Inside was filmed in the English counties of Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire, primarily at Holywell Middle School in Cranfield, Bedfordshire.

SYNOPSIS

Survivors of a global pandemic barricade themselves against a horde of flesh-eating zombies.

#17 The Dead Outside (2008)

ABOUT

A 2008 Scottish horror/thriller directed and co-written by Kerry Anne Mullaney, and produced by mothcatcher films, the film won the Golden Unicorn for Best Film and the Silver Unicorn for Best Director at the 10th Estepona International Horror and Fantasy Film Festival.

FILMED IN BRITAIN

The Dead Outside was filmed in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, over a 15 day period.

SYNOPSIS

A neurological pandemic has consumed the population. Drug-resistance has mutated the virus into a ravaging psychological plague, rendering the the dying desperate, paranoid and violent

#18 The Dead (2010)

ABOUT

The Dead is a 2010 British zombie film produced by Indelible Productions in association with Latitude Films and starring Rob Freeman, Prince David Osei, and David Dontoh. The film was released in 2010 and directed by the Ford brothers

FILMED IN WEST AFRICA (Burkina Faso and Ghana)

SYNOPSIS

When his plane crashes, a U.S. Navy officer (Rob Freeman) must trek through an African landscape where zombies roam.

#19 Death Walks (2016)

ABOUT

A zero-budget horror directed by Spencer Hawken, and starring Jessie Williams, Lucinda Rhodes-Flaherty, and Francesca Ciardi.

FILMED IN BRITAIN

Death Walks was filmed in Romford, London, in the town's Mercury Mall shopping center, which is where the film premiered three years later.

SYNOPSIS

A London suburb preparing for Christmas receives an unexpected visitor, and a series of isolated incidents quickly turns into a full-scale invasion. Have the undead risen from the grave or is it something far more sinister?

#20 Devil’s Playground (2010)

ABOUT

A 2010 British horror directed by Mark McQueen and starring Craig Fairbrass, Danny Dyer, MyAnna Buring, and Jaime Murray.

FILMED IN BRITAIN

Elstree Studios, Hertfordshire.

SYNOPSIS

A mercenary hunts the one person who can provide a cure after testing a new drug turns thousands of people into bloodthirsty zombies.

#21 Devil’s Tower (2014)

ABOUT

A 2014 British zombie horror directed by Owen Tooth, and starring Jason Mewes, Roxanne Pallett, and Frances Ruffelle. It received mainly positive reviews

FILMED IN BRITAIN

Derby, Derbyshire, England.

SYNOPSIS

Sid and Sarah investigate a series of disappearances after Sid's friend goes missing in their tower block. When they discover a vengeful ghost possessing a horde of zombies, Sid and Sarah fight for their lives and souls.

#22 Doctor Blood’s Coffin (1962)

ABOUT

This 1961 British horror film is one of the first two zombie movies to be shot in colour, the other one being the obscure 1961 US movie The Dead One. It is also noted for its early portrayal of zombies being homicidal rotting cadavers. Directed by Sidney J. Furie and produced by George Fowler, the film stars Kieron Moore, Hazel Court, and Ian Hunter. Its budget was £25,000.

FILMED IN BRITAIN

Doctor Blood's Coffin was one of the last movies to be shot at Nettlefold Film Studios in Walton-on-Thames (Surrey), with the Cornish locations in the film being the town of Zennor, which was used as the fictional village of Porthcarron, and the Carn Galver tin mine near St Just.

SYNOPSIS

After being thrown out of medical school for ethical violations, Dr. Peter Blood (Kieron Moore) returns home to a small Cornish village, where he sets up a research laboratory in a secluded cave. There, he attempts to revive the dead, using kidnapped humans -- who he views as unworthy of life -- for their body parts. Specifically, their hearts. Dr. Blood eventually succeeds, but his progress is threatened when Linda Parker (Hazel Court), his ill father's nurse, discovers his ghastly crimes.

#23 THE EARTH DIES SCREAMING – (1964)

ABOUT

The Earth Dies Screaming is a 1964 British science fiction film directed by Terence Fisher, and starring Willard Parker, Virginia Field and Dennis Price. Writing in The Zombie Movie Encyclopedia, academic Peter Dendle cited the film as "an obvious precursor to Night of the Living Dead."

FILMED IN BRITAIN

The Earth Dies Screaming was filmed at Shepperton Studios, London, and on location at the village of Shere in Surrey.

SYNOPSIS

Low-budget British production about an astronaut confronted by a ravaged planet on his return to Earth. He discovers that the world has been torn apart by alien robots and joins the few human survivors who remain to fight back.

 

#24 Flick (2008)

ABOUT

A British horror written and directed by David Howard, and starring Hugh O'Conor and Faye Dunaway.

FILMED IN BRITAIN

Flick was filmed in Wales, in and around Cardiff, Pontypool, Newbridge (Caerphilly) and Briton Ferry.

SYNOPSIS

A Memphis cop investigates strange deaths following the resurrection of a boy from the 1960's who is seeking revenge and his lost love.

 

#25 The Frozen Dead (1966) – Trailer

ABOUT

The Frozen Dead is a 1966 British science fiction horror film written, produced and directed by Herbert J. Leder and starring Dana Andrews, Anna Palk and Philip Gilbert. The Frozen Dead is the first film in which Edward Fox received an on-screen credit, although he had been in three previous films. When first released in 1966, the movie carried an X-certificate, meaning you had to be over 16 to watch it.

FILMED IN BRITAIN

The Frozen Dead was filmed at Merton Park Studios in London.

SYNOPSIS

Nazi scientist Dr. Norberg (Dana Andrews) attempts to revive a number of frozen Nazi soldiers at his English estate so that the Third Reich can arise anew 20 years after the end of World War II.

 

#26 Horror Hospital (1973)

ABOUT

A 1973 British horror-comedy directed by Antony Balch and starring Robin Askwith and Michael Gough.

FILMED IN BRITAIN

Horror Hospital was filmed at Merton Park in London, Battersea Town Hall, and Knebworth House in Hertfordshire.

SYNOPSIS

A songwriter, disillusioned with his career, decides a change of pace is needed and checks in at the sinister Dr Storm's health clinic. It is not long before he realises that his life is in danger, so he befriends a dwarf who he thinks can help him escape.

 

#27 Boy Eats Girl (2005)

ABOUT

A 2005 British horror-comedy directed by Stephen Bradley and starring Samantha Mumba.

FILMED IN BRITAIN

Boy Eats Girl was filmed in Dublin, Ireland, and on the Isle of Man

SYNOPSIS

A boy declares his love for his girlfriend, only to die the same night. He is brought back to life by his mother as a flesh-craving zombie, who sires more teen undead while trying to control his appetite for his beloved.

 

#28 Doghouse (2009)

ABOUT

A 2009 British comedy-horror directed by Jake West and starring Noel Clarke, Stephen Graham, and Danny Dyer. The film had a $4 million budget, and generated £165,000 at the Box office.

FILMED IN BRITAIN

Doghouse was filmed in West Sussex, and in London

SYNOPSIS

A group of men travel to a remote village to help a buddy get over his divorce and quickly discover the women in the town have become infected with a virus which turns them into man hating cannibals.

 

#29 Attack of the Herbals – 2010

ABOUT

Attack of the Herbals is a 2010 Scottish comedy-horror directed by David Keith, and starring Calum Booth, Claire McCulloch, Steve Worsley, Richard Currie, and Liam Matheson. It was filmed on a single Canon 5D with follow focus.

FILMED IN BRITAIN

Attack of the Herbals was filmed in and around Aberdeen, Scotland, particularly around Aberdeen harbour area.

SYNOPSIS

Two guys discover a crateful of an addictive herbal tea, which turns villagers into crazy zombies.

 

#30 Zombie Undead (2010)

ABOUT

A 2010 British horror directed by Rhys Davies and starring Ruth King, Kris Tearse, Rod Duncan, Barry Thomas, Sandra Wildbore, and Christopher J. Herbert.

FILMED IN BRITAIN

Zombie Undead was filmed in Leicester.

SYNOPSIS

Mark, his daughter Sarah (Ruth King) and Steve (Barry Thomas), a paramedic, flee to an evacuation center before Mark succumbs to his wounds. When they arrive Sarah passes out and when she wakes up she is alone wandering a seemingly deserted building.

 

#31 ZOMBIE SPRING BREAKERS (2017) IBIZA UNDEAD

ABOUT

A 2016 horror film written and directed by Andy Edwards, previously called Ibiza Undead. The film stars Cara Theobold, Matt King, Emily Atack and Alex Zane.

FILMED IN IBIZA

SYNOPSIS

A group of youngsters head on a fun-filled Ibiza trip of a lifetime. Unfortunately, the trip is ruined by an untimely zombie outbreak.

 

#32 The Zombie King (2013)

ABOUT

The Zombie King is a British horror comedy directed by Aidan Belizaire and starring Edward Furlong and Corey Feldman.The film is based on a story by Jennifer Chippindale and Rebecca-Clare Evans.

FILMED IN BRITAIN

Shepton Mallet, Somerset. Wells, Somerset.

SYNOPSIS

When a desperate man dabbles in black magic to resurrect his dead wife, he is transformed into the Zombie King. As hordes of zombies begin to wipe out the human race, a group of misfits in a small countryside town must band together to survive.

 

#33 The Zombie Diaries (2006)

ABOUT

A British independent horror, shot in a found footage style. It was written, produced and directed by Kevin Gates and Michael Bartlett. The film stars Russell Jones, Sophia Ellis, and James Fisher, with a brief appearence by Leonard Fenton (Dr Legg from Eastenders).

FILMED IN BRITAIN

Letchworth Garden City, Hertfordshire. Chapel Street, Baldock, Herts. London. Manor Farm, Baldock, Herts.

SYNOPSIS

A viral outbreak sees the dead rise, and as the world succumbs to the shuffling zombie masses, three groups of survivors witness the carnage and fight for survival.

 

#34 Zombie Diaries 2 (2011)

ABOUT

The 2011 sequel to The Zombie Diaries (2006) is a British horror written by Kevin Gates, and directed by Michael Bartlett and Gates, and produced by Rob Weston. The film stars Alix Wilton Regan, Philip Brodie and Vicky Aracio.

FILMED IN BRITAIN

Frensham Manor, Farnham, Surrey. Hastings Beach, East Sussex. Hitchin, Hertfordshire. Pitt Farm, Frensham, Surrey. RAF Bentwaters, Suffolk.

SYNOPSIS

Three months after a worldwide zombie outbreak, hordes of the walking dead chase a band of survivors from their sanctuary, so they must head toward the coast to find safe haven.

 

#35 WASTELAND – 2013

ABOUT

Wasteland is a 2013 zombie horror film directed by Tom Wadlow and written by Tommy Draper. The film stars Shameerr Seepersand, Jessica Messenger, Mark Drake, Rachel Benson, Gavin Harrison and Carl Bryan.

FILMED IN BRITAIN

Wasteland filming took place in Derby, England.

SYNOPSIS

A world world ravaged by a deadly virus and within that world is Scott Miller, a man who, against the odds, is trying to carve out some sort of life.

 

#36 Tales from the Crypt (1972)

ABOUT

A 1972 British horror anthology film directed by Freddie Francis. It consists of 5 different segments which are all based on stories from EC Comics. The film stars Joan Collins, Peter Cushing, Roy Dotrice, Patrick Magee, Barbara Murray, Ralph Richardson, Ian Hendry, Robin Phillips, Richard Greene and Nigel Patrick.

FILMED IN BRITAIN

Shepperton Studios in Surrey

SYNOPSIS

When people in a tourist group get lost within ancient catacombs, they meet the sinister Crypt Keeper (Ralph Richardson), who tells them each their fate. The creepy figure's macabre stories involve Joanne Clayton (Joan Collins), a wife dabbling in murder, and Grymsdyke (Peter Cushing), a retired sanitation worker targeted by his suspicious neighbors. Among the other characters is adulterer Carl Maitland (Ian Hendry), who may face a fitting demise if the Crypt Keeper's yarns come true.

 

#37 THE REZORT – 2015

ABOUT

The Rezort is a 2015 British zombie horror film directed by Steve Barker and written by Paul Gerstenberger. It stars Dougray Scott, Jessica De Gouw and Martin McCann.

FILMED IN MALLORCA, SPAIN

SYNOPSIS

After a zombie outbreak, adventure seekers are invited to a luxury island resort where they can hunt the mindless undead on safari.

 

#38 Stalled (2013)

ABOUT

A British zombie comedy film directed by Christian James and starring Dan Palmer (who wrote the screenplay), Chris R. Wright, Mark Holden, Marcus Kelly, and Russell Biles.

FILMED IN BRITAIN

Stalled was filmed at Pinewood Studios, Buckinghamshire, and in Wimborne, Dorset.

SYNOPSIS

A janitor (Dan Palmer) and an office worker must find a way to escape after zombies infect revelers at a Christmas party.

 

#39 Stag Night of The Dead (2010)

ABOUT

Stag Night of the Dead is a 2010 low budget British comedy horror film, written and directed by Neil "Napoleon" Jones, and starring Sebastian Street, Rez Kempton, Jeff Rudom and Sophie Lovell Anderson.

FILMED IN BRITAIN

RAF Bentwaters, Suffolk.

SYNOPSIS

Dean's stag party has all the ingredients for a wild time, six lairy lads, a PVC-clad stripper, and a bout of Zomball; a combat game with lasers and living dead enemies.

 

#40 TrashHouse (2004)

ABOUT

Trash House (TrashHouse) is a 2005 comedy-horror directed by former stand-up comedian Pat Higgins.

FILMED IN BRITAIN

Trash House was filmed at Southend-on-Sea, Essex.

SYNOPSIS

Testing an experimental implant that gives people complete control over their environment, a secret agency assembles five 'well balanced' strangers to do the testing. However, one of the five is not who they claimed to be, and so not the "well balanced" stranger they thought, but a total psychopath who has now been given the ultimate power.

 

#41 Zombie Women of Satan (2009)

ABOUT

A 2009 British horror comedy directed by Steve O'Brien and Warren Speed. It stars Warren Speed, Victoria Hopkins, and Christian Steel.

FILMED IN BRITAIN

Zombie Women of Satan was filmed in Newcastle and Gateshead.

SYNOPSIS

A group of nightclub performers fall foul of a sinister rural family's misdeeds when tortured half-naked women are turned into zombies.

 

 

#42 Outpost (2008)

ABOUT

Outpost is a 2008 British war horror film, directed by Steve Barker and written by Rae Brunton. It stars Ray Stevenson, Julian Wadham, Richard Brake, Michael Smiley, Enoch Frost, Paul Blair, Julian Rivett, Brett Fancy and Johnny Meres.

FILMED IN BRITAIN

Filming of Outpost was done in the ruined WWII Edingham Munitions factory near Dalbeattie, in a forest on the Balmaghie estate near Castle Douglas, and in the Glasgow Film City studio complex in the Govan area of Glasgow.

SYNOPSIS

A world-weary group of mercenary soldiers are sent to investigate a long-since used WWII bunker where something dark and dangerous lurks.

 

#43 NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD: RESURRECTION (2013)

ABOUT

Night of the Living Dead: Resurrection is a 2012 film directed by James Plumb, based on George A. Romero's classic Night of the Living Dead.

FILMED IN BRITAIN

Filming took place in Wales. Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire. Cardiff. Swansea.

SYNOPSIS

The dead rise with a hunger for living flesh, and cities are soon overrun. A family flees from the carnage and takes refuge in an isolated farmhouse in western Wales.

 

#44 LIFEFORCE (1985)

ABOUT

A 1985 British sci-fi horror directed by Tobe Hooper and written by Dan O'Bannon and Don Jakoby. The film stars Steve Railsback, Peter Firth, Frank Finlay, Mathilda May and Patrick Stewart. It is based on the 1976 novel by Colin Wilson The Space Vampires.

FILMED IN BRITAIN

Christchurch, Hampshire (street scenes) Alexandra Palace, Muswell Hill, London (Army Base Blackheath) Brent Cross Shopping Centre, Hendon, London Bushey, Hertfordshire. Elstree, Hertfordshire London. The Royal Masonic School, Bushey, Herts.

SYNOPSIS

When a space mission involving American and British astronauts encounters an alien craft, the humanoids within are brought aboard the shuttle. Back on Earth, one of the extraterrestrials, who appears to be a gorgeous woman (Mathilda May), proceeds to suck the life force out of various Londoners, turning the town into a city of roaming half-dead people. When Tom Carlsen (Steve Railsback), a surviving astronaut, realizes what is happening, he sets out to stop the ruthless alien presence.

 

#45 The Last Days On Mars (2013)

ABOUT

The Last Days on Mars is a 2013 science fiction-horror film directed by Ruairí Robinson with a screenplay by Clive Dawson, based on the short story "The Animators" by Sydney J. Bounds. The film stars Liev Schreiber, Elias Koteas, Romola Garai, Goran Kostić, Johnny Harris, Tom Cullen, Yusra Warsama, and Olivia Williams.

FILMED IN BRITAIN

The Last Days on Mars was filmed in Elstree Studios, England, with exterior shots done in the country of Jordan.

SYNOPSIS

Astronauts (Liev Schreiber, Elias Koteas, Romola Garai) on Mars contend with a microbe that turns those it infects into zombielike killers.

#46 I, Zombie- The Chronicles of Pain (1998)

ABOUT

I, Zombie: The Chronicles of Pain is a film which was written, directed, produced and scored by Andrew Parkinson. It stars Giles Aspen and Ellen Softley.

FILMED IN BRITAIN (???)

SYNOPSIS

A botany student (Giles Aspen) documents his physical and mental deterioration after a stranger's bite turns him into a flesh-eating zombie.

 

#47 Horror Express (1974)

ABOUT

Horror Express is a 1972 science fiction horror produced by Bernard Gordon, written by Arnaud d'Usseau and Julian Zimet, and directed by Eugenio Martin. It is loosely based on the novella Who Goes There? The film stars Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Alberto de Mendoza, Silvia Tortosa, Julio Peña, George Rigaud and Ángel del Pozo in supporting roles, and Telly Savalas in a guest appearance.

FILMED IN MADRID

SYNOPSIS

Alexander Saxton (Christopher Lee), a brilliant British anthropologist researching in the Russian Far East, boards the Trans-Siberian Express with his latest discovery, a frozen specimen he hopes to prove is the missing link. But en route to Europe, passengers begin to turn up dead, and terror engulfs the train as Saxton and his partner, Dr. Wells (Peter Cushing), struggle to contain a mysterious -- and increasingly murderous -- force with the power to control minds.

 

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