Recommended Watchlist: There Goes The Neighborhood
Crackle has discovered the one thing more damaging to home values than short sales, foreclosures or gang graffiti… zombies. In our "There Goes the Neighborhood" Watchlist, the undead move in next door and cause more mayhem than even a neighborhood watch can handle.
Pity the denizens of the apartment building infested with zombies not once but three times in Rec, Rec 2 and Quarantine. Even commercial venues are vulnerable, whether they be hospitals (Candy Stripers) or, umm, gentlemen's clubs (Zombie Strippers).
And you thought Charlie Sheen's neighbors had it rough.
Ex-adult film deity Jenna Jameson lends her ample talents to a gory bacchanalia perfectly summed up by its title. Rated R
Sex and horror are two great tastes that go great together. Rated R
Campy but chilling '80s take on schlocky '60s/'70s late night horror TV theater. Rated R
Tom Savini "fleshes" out the George A. Romero classic in this remake that may even be better than the original. Rated R
The American remake of REC is a bone-chilling, super-charged zombie nightmare that may just out-menace the original. Rated R
A terrifying zombie-ridden disease flick that sidesteps the rehashed clichés of the usual horror sequel. Rated R
A nightmarish roller-coaster ride of paranoia, claustrophobia and freaky zombies that spawned the U.S. remake Quarantine. Rated R
A terrifying zombiefied continuation that builds on its predecessor to become one of modern horror's scariest sequels. Rated R