26. The Dead (2010)
It's nice that in the landscape of modern zombie movies dominated by the sprinting infected, there is still room for the good old-fashioned shuffle.
The Dead also brings a new setting to the genre — the African desert. Much of the film is dominated by long stretches of a dialogue-less safari — and that's not a bad thing. The search for resources and the resourcefulness of the traveling duo of survivors makes for a realistic (yes, realistic in a zombie apocalypse sense, shut up) journey.