Ok first all big apologises! Life got tricky and busy and this and the prize payout is way way overdue!
Ok so I asked for a movie or zombie suggestions and got some great answers!
TWD (The Walking Dead) — a series though, not a movie, so count me out if you wish.
Fun fact: some think TWD series is all about zombies, which is not true. It's about 'humanity'.
I remember a line from some episode that is still stuck in my head to this day:
“We can make it together, but we can only make it together.”
It's about 'humanity'.
That is the only reason I enjoyed it so much, it makes you think about what would you do/react to in these situations, and you can't really pick a 'right' choice... I can't explain, it's crazy (to me, at least) but if you'd watch it, you'll know what I'm talking about.
I highly recommend watching the movie Train to Busan. It is a South Korean movie (has english subtitles) about a family's struggle for survival in a moving train of zombies. Without giving out any spoilers, I will add the reasons why I enjoyed it:
There is a blur between humanity and entities who have lost their humanity. There are moments where you will be left questioning who played the big role here in starting the mess . One thing this movie nailed is the fickle nature of people. Survival may force people to make decisions they would have never agreed to stand by and this movie will show you several different moments of teamwork, selfishness, loyalty and heartbreak.
Night of the Living Dead (1968)
It's a classic from George A. Romero and simply one of the best zombie movies ever made. Absolutely everything in this movie works in an extremely competent way and I really like it because it represents the beginning of a new era for Horror movies.
Hopefully this counts but horror comedy was always my favorite and there's almost none better than Slither. Made by James Gunn, of Guardians of Galaxy and Thor Ragnarok fame, it has plenty of legitimate scares to go along with the laughs. Tons of great practical effects which is always a plus with horror flicks
If you end up enjoying Slither check out Night of Creeps too, it's basically the same movie from the 80's.
Amazing answer and a reall hard choice, in the end I had to go with one I would never found on my own so congrats @moon-city with train to busan 100 cine are coming your way
Also everyone who played is getting a PIZZA !