By Brian StelterFebruary 26, 2019 12:03AMWhile the world may be awash with zombies, many of us are just too busy living life to worry about what’s next.
That’s not to say the zombie world is without its hazards, however.
For starters, if you’re an avid reader, you might have an uncanny knack for finding new ways to ruin your life.
So, how do you take a zombie apocalypse-related disaster and turn it into a creative, inspirational exercise?
In this case, we’ve found some really great ways to make a zombie-filled world a better place.
If you’re in the market for a creative disaster movie, here are five ideas you might want to try.
For a zombie story, you’re probably looking for one where people are stuck in a zombie infested building for months on end, with no hope of escape.
Here are some zombie apocalypse movies to get you started:1.
ZombiLIVE: A Zombie StoryBy Robert Heinlein (1948)This is a classic, and the most popular, zombie movie of all time.
The story centers on two men who are sent to a zombie camp to survive, and then the zombie-like creatures emerge from the shadows.
The cast also includes Robert Duvall, who played a cop in the original movie.
You can see a video of the original film here.
If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
It’s set in an alternate history where humans had developed the technology to harness the power of nanotechnology, and that technology has turned out to be far more deadly than anyone ever imagined.
So, this zombie movie is probably a little too good for its own good.
But it’s a great start.2.
ZOMBIE DREAMS: The Zombine Dream by Paul Thomas Anderson (2006)This zombie-themed drama starring James Franco and Kristen Stewart is based on the book by the same name, about a woman who is trapped in a dystopian New York City after being shot by a zombie.
The film stars Chris Pratt and Kate Beckinsale as two of the characters, and also features a cameo by Jessica Chastain.3.
ZOOM: The Zombie Movie by J.J. Abrams (2005)Set in a post-apocalyptic universe where zombies rule the world, this film is a must-see for anyone who wants to learn how to survive a zombie invasion.
It features a number of great performances, including Jonah Hill as the main character, and Zoolander star Jake Gyllenhaal as the lead zombie.4.
Zombie Apocalypse: The Movie by David Fincher (2005-present)Set two years after the Zombie Massacre, this movie takes place in the world of Zombies, where humanity has been wiped out by a virus.
As humans are now forced to live in isolated settlements and use only survival as a last resort, a few people have developed the ability to create new life.
The movie stars Will Smith, Michael Cera, James Franco, Jennifer Lawrence, Jada Pinkett Smith, and Tilda Swinton.5.
Zombie Apocalypse: Rise of the Zombie Apocalypse by Steven Spielberg (1998)This epic zombie apocalypse epic has been re-imagined for the 21st century with a reboot by Spielberg, and is set in a world where humanity’s zombie problem is far more pressing than ever.
The sequel to the 1997 classic, this time the survivors have been turned into zombies, and their leader is a scientist who’s also a genius.
It stars Harrison Ford, Kristen Wiig, Jared Leto, and Michael C. Johnson.