Ah, horror movies from the 1980s. They're the greatest, aren't they? The Curse (1987) takes the farm approach, as sinister things tend to go down in isolated locations. The Crane family lives on a farm in a country town called Tellico Plains, Tennessee, where a meteorite unexpectedly falls one night. They're told it's nothing but frozen plane debris, so the family goes about its business as usual. Shit starts to get weird pretty quickly though—all the crops are filling with maggots and the livestock is oozing green slime, and soon enough, even the mom starts developing tumors/warts all over her face. It's clear that the meteorite has changed things, and at least two of the kids have the smarts not to eat or drink anything on the farm. The rest of the family is pretty screwed though, and everyone turns into slime-breathing monsters before you know it. The kids try to escape the house several times without contracting "the curse," which will inevitably plague the entire town because surprise! It's all in the water. Luckily this movie isn't entirely green zombies; we do get a good look at Hope North in lingerie, covering herself in massage oil and stripping for some lucky dude. It looks like he got the right end of that curse!