Best Peacock TV Zombie Movies


Zombie movies, in general, have become increasingly popular. Books, tv shows, and of course the zombie video game. The Walking Dead all makes it a surprise that there are still new zombie stories to be told. Pure movie gold—and some of it even has tinges of comedy (try Zombieland or Warm Bodies). Here we’ll let you know the titles of some of our favorite Peacock TV zombie movies.

A common question you may have about zombie movies is: Which ones are the best? I’ve scoured the internet and compiled a list of my favorite zombie Movies on Peacock TV, each with a short review. While there are many more zombie movies on Peacock TV, I feel like these are in my top 10. Enjoy!

Best Zombie Movies Of All Time

1. Invasion of the Body Snatchers


In the classic sci-fi horror film, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, you will find yourself falling into a nightmare world where people are taken over by aliens. The movie is set in small-town America, and it’s about an alien invasion from space. This is one of those movies that has had so many remakes, that it’s hard to remember what they were based on!

In this film, an alien race comes down to earth and starts taking over humans’ bodies. They use spores as their source of life energy, which they then place inside human bodies that have been lying unconscious somewhere (usually in hospital beds). Once these people have been taken over by the aliens’ spores, they become emotionless zombies 

Released Date: 1956 

Ratings: 9/10 IMDb

Rotten Tomatoes rating: 98%

Directed By: Don Siegel

2. Shaun of the Dead


If you want to watch the best peacock TV zombie movies, you’ll have to start by watching Shaun of the Dead. This 2004 British comedy horror film is an absolute classic that has been hailed as one of the best zombie comedies ever made. The movie was directed by Edgar Wright and written by Wright and Simon Pegg; it stars Pegg and Nick Frost in what would become one of their most iconic roles.

The story follows Shaun (Pegg), a thirtysomething slacker who works as a cashier at Sainsbury’s supermarket with his friend Ed (Frost). When zombies suddenly appear, neither man can believe it—the zombies look like them! To make matters worse, they discover that their girlfriend Liz (Kate Ashfield) has been secretly seeing other men while they were busy hanging out at the pub all day long. 

After realizing that this is not just some kind of joke but actually, real-life, Shaun decides to do something about it: he gathers his ex-army father and stepmother along with their friends Pauline (Penelope Wilton), Dianne (Daisy Haggard), her daughter Tanya (Gemma Whelan), chef Peter Vincent (Bill Nighy) and comedian Martin Harris (Dylan Moran) for a backyard barbecue that turns into much more than expected once everyone realizes what fate awaits them if they don’t act fast…

Released Date: 2004

Ratings: 7.80/10 IMBd

Rotten Tomatoes rating: 92%

Directed By:  Edgar Wright

3. Night of the Living Dead


Night of the Living Dead, directed by George A. Romero in 1968, is an iconic horror film and one of the first to follow in the footsteps of Alfred Hitchcock and his psychological thrillers. This film set a new standard for zombie films to come after it.

The plot focuses on a group of people trapped in a farmhouse as zombies attack them from outside. The film follows these characters through their journey as they try to escape and survive until dawn breaks over the horizon when sunlight will kill all zombies.

This classic movie was released in black and white but was later remade into color with updated special effects.

Released Date: 1968

Ratings: 8.8/10 IMDb

Rotten Tomatoes rating: 96%

Directed By: George A. Romero

4. 28 Days Later


28 Days Later is a 2002 British post. The story follows Jim and his girlfriend, Selena, as they try to escape from a small group of uninfected people who are being hunted down by a pack of rabid zombies. After being attacked on the road, the couple flees into the abandoned countryside where they encounter savagely disfigured zombies and their human victims.

Directed by Danny Boyle
Starring Cillian Murphy and Naomie Harris
Followed Sequel movie 28 Weeks Later

Released Date: 2002 

Ratings: 7.40/10 IMDb

Rotten Tomatoes rating: 87%

Directed By: Danny Boyle

5. Dawn of the Dead


Dawn of the Dead is a 2004 horror film directed by Zack Snyder and written by Joby. It was produced by Richard, Marc Abraham, and Eric Newman. The story follows four human survivors (Ken Foree, David Emge, Scott Reiniger) and an undead man (Savini) as they take refuge in an abandoned shopping mall shortly after a pandemic has transformed much of the world into zombies.

Released Date: 2004 

Ratings: 6.80/10 IMDb

Rotten Tomatoes rating: 79%

Directed By: Zack Snyder

6. Resident Evil


Resident Evil is a live-action version of one of the most popular video games ever made. Milla Jovovich plays Alice, who awakens from a coma to find herself trapped in a mansion with no memory of how she got there and surrounded by zombies.

The mansion is located in the middle of nowhere, so there’s no escape for Alice except through the zombie horde outside its walls. The movie follows her quest to escape before she becomes one herself!

If you’re looking for some good action scenes, Resident Evil has those too! There’s plenty of blood and gore as well as suspenseful moments that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

Released Date: 1196
Directed By: Shinji Mikami

7. Zombieland 


Written by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, directed by Ruben Fleischer, starring Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Emma Stone and Abigail Breslin as survivors of a zombie apocalypse.

Zombieland follows Columbus (Eisenberg), a geeky college student obsessed with horror movies who finds himself fighting for his life alongside Tallahassee (Harrelson), a gun-toting zombie killer; Wichita (Stone), a wild child trying to find her parents; and Little Rock (Breslin), an eight-year-old girl who is the youngest member of the group. 

The four humans must find what it means to live together in this new world order where zombies are no longer at the bottom of the food chain.

Released Date: 2009

Ratings: 7.4/10 IMDb

Rotten Tomatoes rating: 89%

Directed By: Ruben Fleischer

8. Army of the Dead


Army of the Dead was released in 2021 as an American horror movie.  It’s tough to get more film-noir than Army of the Dead, an action/horror film directed by Zack Snyder and starring Dave Bautista. The movie takes place in Las Vegas, which is infested with zombies. In order to save humanity from extinction, a team of mercenaries has to find a cure before it’s too late.

The film premiered on Netflix in 2021 and was met with mixed reviews from critics who felt that the script was a bit predictable at times but praised its high production value and well-choreographed fight scenes.

Released Date: 2021
Ratings: 6.1/10  IMDb
Rotten Tomatoes rating: 67%
Directed By: Zack Snyder

9. I Am Legend


In case you haven’t seen it, I Am Legend is a 2007 film starring Will Smith as Robert Neville, who lives in New York City after a virus has wiped out most of humanity. The remaining humans have become vampires and are bent on killing him; meanwhile, he must battle against the odds to find an antidote and save humankind.

This post-apocalyptic science fiction horror movie was directed by Francis Lawrence (The Hunger Games series) and loosely based on Richard Matheson’s 1954 novel I Am Legend.

Released Date: 2007
Ratings: 6.34/10 IMDb
Rotten Tomatoes rating: 68%
Directed By: Francis Lawrence

10. Peninsula or Train to Busan Presents


Peninsula is the sequel to Train to Busan. It takes place four years after the original movie and is set in Korea, not in Japan like its predecessor.

In this horror film, a group of people is on a train when they become trapped with zombies outside their windows. They must work together in order to survive.

With a 54% of approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes, Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula was well received by critics! If you like zombie movies, then it’s definitely worth checking out!

Released Date: 2020 

Ratings: 5.9/10 IMDb

Rotten Tomatoes rating: 54%

Directed By: Yeon Sang-ho


Do you like zombies? We love zombies so we figured we would make this blog post. In this list, you will see a lot of different zombie movies and some of the best ones. If you feel like something is missing please let us know!

I hope that you have found this list useful. However, it is important to mention that this list does not mean to say that all the movies here are absolutely the best ones we have seen! It is only a collection of the best ones out of most available in the market as of today.