Susperia is a good movie(and metal band). The problem with zombie movies is 90% of them are crap that a couple friends made over a weekend using pasta and sauce for effects! I watch a lot of netflix. So, I also watch a lot of horror and scifi too. A couple interesting ones that come to mind are Splinter and Let the Right One In.(horror and vampire)
Stephen King's book The Running Man is awesome, pisses all over the film with Arnie. Also Misery is brilliant. And the t.v. film Stephen King's It. My brother showed me that when I was eight years old. I've never been able to look at a clown since.
I'm a big Rob Zombie fan. He is an admitted horror junkie himself and brings a lot of horror history to his films. My all time favorite is The Devil's Rejects. I also love House of a Thousand Corpses, and his Halloween Remakes.
Also, when I went to see Zombieland, they showed the trailer for the remake of NIghtmare on Elm St. I wanna see that too. Growing up in the 80's my friends and I would re-watch NOES and the sequels over and over. Now, looking back, they are super-cheese, but when I was 11, Freddy was a badass. I hope that the elm st. remake will bring back some terror to the franchise. Jackie Earle Haley, who played Rorschach in The Watchmen will play Freddy.