8 Completely Off the Wall Zombie Movies

  • April 05, 2014
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5.

Undead Pool

Believe it or not, athletics are a fairly popular avenue with zombie movies, as you’ll find with both this title and the next one on our list. But to the movie at hand, which is also known as Attack Girls Swim Team Versus the Undead, and that title basically sums up exactly what this movie is about. Basically, a high school swim team is forced to fight a zombie horde in the halls of their school after a mysterious virus spreads through, leaving most of their classmates dead and, well, undead. The fact that this is marketed as an “erotic zombie horror film” probably tells you all you need to know about this film. Because hey, nothing says “erotic” like rotting corpses!

6.

Battlefield Baseball

Come on, did you really think we could make it through an entire list of bizarre movies without bringing in something from Japan? Battlefield Baseball isn’t your typical zombie film per se, since it is far from overt in even suggesting anyone is actually a zombie. However, one of the baseball teams – and yes, this actually is about baseball – is pretty clearly a team of murderous zombies with greyish, decaying flesh, who use their baseball bats to brutally kill their opponents in the most gruesome ways possible. Battlefield Baseball may not be a traditional zombie movie but one thing that cannot be denied is the fact that it is absolutely insane, by any measure.

7.

Hard Rock Zombies

This 1985 movie may actually take the cake for the most outlandish zombie movie premise we’ve ever heard of, to be perfectly honest. Hard Rock Zombies is about, and no, we are not making any of this up, a rock and roll group touring Europe that is killed by Adolf Hitler and then brought back to seek vengeance against the bizarre, perverted group of Nazis still roaming the small town in which they were killed. Not satisfied with just being a weird rock and roll-meets-Nazis zombie film, there are also sadistic dwarves, werewolves, and Eva Braun, for good measure. A word of advice for anyone seeking this title out: copious amounts of weed are undoubtedly needed to make it through to the final credits.

8.

Osombie

So, how do you make one of the most wildly offensive zombie films conceivable? Well, how about you take a recently killed, incredibly notorious terrorist leader and make him the focal point of said zombie film? That’s what happens with Osombie, which was funded through Kickstarter and tells the story of a yoga instructor who teams up with some special forces types to fight a zombified Osama Bin Laden. Yes, this film was actually made after Osama Bin Laden was killed so this movie basically suggests his reanimated corpse managed to climb out of the middle of the ocean and start a zombie apocalypse in the Middle East. Tasteless on so many levels, and flat out bizarre on a few more.

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