[[caption-width-right:328:The posters always lie!]]
Three separate but interlocking stories of survival by unlikely people from London in the middle of a ZombieApocalypse happening around the world.

''The Zombie Diaries'' is a low-budget independent film by Kevin Gates and Michael Bartlett. The film uses a documentary style of storytelling, the footage being shot on handheld cameras with unpolished dialogue to give it a realistic feeling. The overall quality of the film and the work that went into it has led some to compare it to ''The Franchise/EvilDead''.
!!''The Zombie Diaries'' include examples of:
* AnyoneCanDie: And how. Just about every member of the main cast(s) is killed off.
* ApocalypticLog: The whole movie more or less.
* BookEnds: [[spoiler: the British military at the beginning of the film and then again at the end.]]
* BoomHeadshot: As with usual ZombieApocalypse situations, it's the only way to ensure they're really dead.
* CarFu: Actually van fu, but a couple of survivors are still running over a number of zombies.
* ConspicuousCGI: Averted. Only two scenes use any CGI, and it's overall not very noticeable.
* DaylightHorror: A good portion of the film is shot during the day.
* DevelopingDoomedCharacters: Not counting the beginning sequence with the military, it's just a few seconds after 20 minutes into the film that the first zombie makes an appearance.
* {{Fingore}}: One poor bastard gets his fingers amputated with pruning sheers by a sociopath, another's fingers are bitten off after a struggle with a zombie.
* ForTheEvulz: The reason Gokei and his bud are so willing to torture others.
* HopeSpot: [[spoiler: the British military at the beginning and the end of the film would suggest that the outbreak is being combated and there might be a chance of recovering.]]
* HumansAreBastards: The zombies are the least of their problems.
* InfantImmortality: Averted. Everyone can die, including children.
* ImprovisedWeapon: Averted. Nobody seems to think of using any random object to combat the walking dead.
* JitterCam: Justified, since the cameras are handheld and all the Londoners are running for their lives at some point.
* NotAZombie: During "Scavengers" the group find what they believe is a fully dead corpse on the ground. However later it gets up and moves from the sight it was left at.
* OurZombiesAreDifferent: At first glance they seem like the traditional slow moving, flesh eating zombies that have almost become cliche. However throughout the film we're given instances in which they seem quite different from the likes of Romero's and others. Some will remain in a fixed position for long periods of time, others will lay down and pretend to be "dead" only to get back up after being disturbed. And there's supposedly something special about how their eyes shine.
* TheLoad: Anybody who's in charge of the video camera during the world falling apart. While others are fighting they're just standing there and taping everything.
* SuperCellReception: Reception isn't a problem even in the country. The survivors manage to get one or two calls out before services are terminated due to the quickly rising problems. Even the landlines go down.
* TheVirus: Nobody knows exactly where the virus came from, how it's transmitted, how it works, it doesn't even have a name. All anybody knows is that the first reported cases came from Asia, and its molecular structure is similar to that of the common cold.
* ThrowItIn: As much as the film was scripted and done with numerous takes, a good number of scenes were improvised and add libbed.
* ZombieApocalypse: Naturally.
* ZombieGait: Most zombies are very slow and lumbering in nature, others seem to be standing still. However some zombies seem to just come out of nowhere and sneak up on the survivors.
* ZombieInfectee: Played with. Nobody who gets bitten really tries to hide their infection or pretend that everything's all right. Rather, the victims recognize that they're pretty much done for, but it's everyone else who doesn't want to admit it.