ByMichelle Siouty, writer at

The actual thought of zombies is a rather scary concept. A once living and breathing human being turns into a brainless monster with one insatiable craving for human flesh.

The worst is when a young child falls victim to an unfortunate zombie attack and becomes one him or herself. Seeing the other family members struggle with accepting that their loved one is now a horrifying zombie with no heart is so painful to watch.

Below is a list of the most terrifying zombie deaths in film that you will want to watch with the lights off and the sound for full effect. I'll admit, I have a strong stomach, but I squirmed quite a bit myself.

1. Zombie a.k.a. Zombi 2 (1979)

Paola, the wife of Dr. Menard, is being stalked by a zombie. Finally, the zombie cannot hold himself any longer. He strikes by grabbing her hair and later devours her.

2. Dead Alive a.k.a. Braindead (1993)

I have to hand it to Peter Jackson; he has quite the imagination, even when he was younger. Chopping all those zombies up with a traditional gardening tool? Where does he come up with this stuff?

3. City of the Living Dead (1983)

What starts out as just a typical car make out sesh ends in this monster's ability to kill just by looking. I guess that's where the saying, "If looks could kill" comes from.

4. Day of the Dead (1985)

This film documents a group of scientists' experiments gone wrong. What happens when the zombies invade the supposedly safe bunker? Gore ensues.

5. Dead Snow (2009)

Dead Snow is a Norwegian film about Nazi zombies that prey on a group in town for a vacation. Time to kick some Nazi zombie ass!

All the blood and all the guts! Hope you were able to stomach it.

And for those of you who weren't able to, I pray you didn't have a big meal. While some intestines might be tasty to zombies, it doesn't look as appetizing to the still living and breathing human beings.

[Source: Flavorwire, i09]


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