The 9 Best Zombie Movies That Feel Really Realistic

The 9 Best Zombie Movies That Feel Really Realistic

The film is more war than gore , with references to reanimated corpses and violent mutants appearing less frequently than traditional armed combat, but a zombie outbreak on the eve of D-Day would have had you shaking your head, saying, “That never happened.” Overlord keeps it covert without beating you over the head with its horror elements, resulting in a WWII fantasy more believable, at least, than Inglourious Basterds.

Overlord’s Villain Subtly Channels Christoph Waltz’ Inglourious Basterds Character

Overlord’s Villain Subtly Channels Christoph Waltz’ Inglourious Basterds Character

In director Julius Avery's Overlord, actor Pilou Asbaek plays a real mean sonofabitch. I learned about this specific Inglourious Basterds reference when I sat down with Pilou Asbaek and Julius Avery earlier this fall following the movie's world premiere at Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas.