The Zombie Movie Encyclopedia, Volume 2: 2000–2010

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About the Book

This is a comprehensive overview of zombie movies in the first 11 years of the new millennium, the most dynamic and vital period yet in the history of the zombie genre. It serves not only as a follow-up to its predecessor (The Zombie Movie Encyclopedia, McFarland 2001), which covered movies from 1932 up until the late 1990s, but also as a fresh exploration of what uniquely defines the genre in the 2000s. In-depth entries provide critical analysis of the zombie as creature in more than 280 feature-length movies, from 28 countries and filmed on six continents. An appendix offers shorter entries for more than 100 shorts and serials.

About the Author(s)

Peter Dendle is an associate professor of English at Pennsylvania State University, Mont Alto. He lives in Gettysburg.

Bibliographic Details

Peter Dendle
Format: hardcover (7 x 10)
Pages: 292
Bibliographic Info: 36 photos, appendices, bibliography, index
Copyright Date: 2012
pISBN: 978-0-7864-6163-9
eISBN: 978-0-7864-9288-6
Imprint: McFarland
Series: Contributions to Zombie Studies

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments      ix

Introduction      1

The Films, 2000–2010      17

Appendix A: Shorts and Serials      247

Appendix B: Zombie Movies by Year      260

Appendix C: Zombie Movies by Country      264

Bibliography      267

Index      269

Book Reviews & Awards

“if you are a zombie fan…get both of these volumes”—Classic Images; Reviews of other editions: “Dendle has given the zombie his place in the sun…delightful…recommended…an enjoyable read”—ARBA; “the inclusion of works is admirable…a good book”—Chiller Theatre; “a truly fascinating and entertaining read…a definite winner”—Bite Me; “entertaining…informative”—Film Review; “comprehensive…so many foreign, oldie and obscure items are included that its breadth is impressive”—Hitch; “useful information”—Communication Booknotes Quarterly; “exhaustive…lengthy entries”—Gadflyonline; “exhaustive”—Interzone; “terrifying detail…the first exhaustive overview of the subject”—Cult Movies; “well written…impressive tome…this has to rank as one of the most impressive studies of a trivial subject in recent memory”—Brutarian Quarterly; “exhaustively researched…a huge bibliography…excellent…you’d be hard pressed to find a better book…essential reading”—Culture Dose; “very welcome”—Rue Morgue.