A man, Zac Hobson, kills himself over the guilt of his involvement in helping destroy the planet, but wakes up to discover that he hasn't died, and may actually be the last person left in the world.
A little boy finds a paper with a number sequence written by another kid from 50 years earlier, which his father (Nicolas Cage) deciphers to reveal the date and body count of every major global disaster in the past 50 years, as well as several that have yet to happen - including the end of the world.
This groundbreaking 1988 anime film takes place in a new city rebuilt over the remains of Tokyo, and involves a mysterious group of individuals with psionic powers.
Robots with glowing eyes and Austrian accents wreak havoc in the '80s and '90s with a time machine and a mission to wipe out mankind, but are thwarted by a former diner waitress who realizes her kid is the savior of all mankind - because some bug-eyed dude in a trenchcoat got her pregnant and told her so.
A government-spawned superflu wipes out all of mankind, and the few survivors left face a terrifying new reality. A comet is screaming through space on a collision course with Earth, and a desperate attempt to use missile-borne nuclear weapons to deflect it fails. Based on a short film called La Jetee, the film follows Bruce Willis as a criminal from a horrible future in which a global plague has pushed mankind underground, with devastating result. A man wakes up alone in a hospital, only to realize that the entire city has been abandoned. The second and best of the Mad Max series takes place at a time when nuclear war has annihilated the world, and Mel Gibson travels through a devastated Australia looking for fuel to keep moving through the desolation and despair. Remade from a 1964 film called The Last Man on Earth, The Omega Man finds Charlton Heston as Robert Neville, a man who appears to be the only uninfected survivor of a super-plague that's killed off all of mankind. The latest apocalyptic film, Open Grave, comes to DVD this October embedded deeply into the genre of horror. Roland Emmerich directed and wrote the only film on this list to imagine apocalypse through the medium of climate-change. In a future world devastated by disease, convict Bruce Willis is sent back in time to gather information about the man-made virus that wiped out most of the human population on the planet. In Zombieland, a shy student trying to reach his family in Ohio, a gun-toting tough guy trying to find the Last Twinkie and a pair of sisters trying to get to an amusement park join forces to travel across a zombie-filled America in search of a Zombie-free sanctuary. The ultimate ensemble comedy cast including Seth Rogen, James Franco, Jonah Hill, Jay Baruchel, Danny McBride and Craig Robinson feature in this hilarious black comedy disaster film.
With a weight of fan anticipation already behind it, Sharlto Copley now stars in Open Grave; a taut chiller that centres around a man who wakes up in a mass grave. Open Grave is available on DVD and digital platforms from 13th October, 2014, courtesy of Signature Entertainment, just in time for the scariest night of the year. The founder of The People's Movies, started the site 20th November 2008.The site has excelled past all expectations with many only giving the site months and it's still going strong. Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Clearly, there’s only one way to prepare for the impending end of days: watch as many post-apocalyptic movies as you can. The Perpetually Anxiety-Riddled Guy's Guide to Not Throwing Up on One's Self When Talking to a Girl You've Never Met!
Apocalyptic horror movies come in all kinds from popcorn action flicks like Will Smith’s I am Legend to the violent and fast paced Doomsday.  Both have their merits but for me none can top the apocalyptic thriller. As a rule apocalyptic thrillers deviate from the normal horror movie in that there is no big scare, there is no gore and the special FX are down played. The Road directed by John Hillcoat is the story of a man and his son who are trying to survive the apocalypse after a world ending event. Stake Land is not only one of the 10 best apocalyptic movies of all time it is also one of the 10 best vampire films ever made. Starring genre icon Danielle Harris it is the story of a Martin who was a normal teenage boy before the country collapsed in an empty pit of economic and political disaster.
Carriers is a 2009 movie that stars Chris Pine before he went on to play Captain Kirk in JJ Abrams remake of Star Trek. Directed by Bruce McDonald Pontypool is not only one of the best Canadian Horror Films ever made it is also one of the greatest thrillers of all time. HELL is from producer Roland Emmerich and frankly it is his name attached to the project which first drew my attention.
From Hell is a visceral experience that goes beyond the hype and hoopla of modern apocalyptic movies and focuses on the most terrifying elements, the lack of water, no food, and the wasteland of survivors who went from mailman and lawyer to apocalyptic survivors.
Directed and written by Chris Gorak Right At Your Door is a mind melding thrillride from open to finish.
Right At Your Door plays out in a small close environment and is packed full of tension with an ending that will leave you shocked. Released in 1985 The Quiet Earth is the story of a scientist who commits suicide and wakes up to find that all of mankind has been destroyed. Ok so admittedly Night of the Living Dead is a classic horror movie as much as it is a thriller but for me it makes the list because as much as it is a terrifying experience it is also a deep thriller as the world falls to pieces and the dead walk and a group of lone survivors must outwit and survive the Walking Dead.
It is a prime example of the true dangers in times of high stress as average people turn into ferocious and vile beasts. So now that you have read my Top 10 Apocalyptic Horror Movie Thrillers worth watching, what are yours? City of God is the best movie produced in Brasil in all times, even got an oscar nomination, and it’s really good. Perfect Sense, a recent film about a disease effecting everyone, robbing them of their senses one by one was a truly sad and fatalistic film. There are so many postapocalyptic films youcould make several lists using different criteria.
Here are a few at least worthy of a mention, After Dark Horrorfest 2 back in 2007 released (Tooth & Nail). Snake Plissken is renowned for being one of the most popular anti-heros in cinema history.  The year is 1998 and as a result of huge crime rates, the United States turns the island of Manhattan into a maximum security prison where hardcore criminals are put for life. I'm Kai's bat shit crazy co-host on the MILFcast and he and Dylan, the hetero-life mates invited me over here at Man, I Love Films to write your Wednesday lists. The only downside, the image at the top reminds me that there is no sign of a UK release date for The Day yet. I started replying to this post with a few more suggestions but there were so many I decided to turn it into my own post. The amount of love for this movie makes me sure that I’ll dig it, but it is tough to find almost 3 hours to watch something that could be potentially depressing.
What’s left is a number of new and classic movies—some hugely successful, and some you might not have ever heard of. The catastrophe which resulted in everybody having to live in a city inside a dome is never detailed in this movie, but the city founders developed an efficient way to prevent overcrowding—nobody is allowed to live past the age of 30.
Sandman, a police officer who quite often has to track down people who don’t wish to die and "put them to sleep." Logan's Run won an Academy Award for its special effects, and part of those involved the cool handguns the Sandmen carried.
While some people may think of this as a zombie movie, the attacking hordes in this action thriller have in fact been infected with the "Rage" virus, released by well-meaning animal rights activists—I love that the end of the world was caused by liberal whack-jobs. This is the second movie on this list that while I really liked it, it is so dark that I don’t know if I’ll ever watch it again. There are probably people that are apoplectic that Night of the Living Dead doesn’t make my list, or that I’ve chosen the modern remake of this movie over George Romero’s original from 1978. This is only the middle of three movies based on Richard Matheson’s novella I Am Legend, starting with The Last Man on Earth (1964, Vincent Price) and ending with 2007’s I Am Legend starring Will Smith. Some people may be scratching their heads, wondering why The Matrix is on a list of apocalyptic movies, but think about it folks: Most of humanity exists as unconscious slaves being used as nothing more than living batteries for the robots who rule the real world, such as it is.
I don’t think it’s possible to name a movie which better embraces the label “apocalyptic” than Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior. Not one of which is "Apocalypse Now", which, as it turns out, isn't even technically an apocalpyse movie!
He eventually finds two others who were in the process of dying when the apocalyptic accident occurred.
Add some incredible scenes of devastation - including an incredibly realistic plane crash - and an alien sub-plot, and you've got yourself a strangely awesome end-of-the-world film. Caught in the middle of a war between the government and the rebellion, a young gang soon discovers that one of their friends is far more than he appears.
While the film doesn't do half of the justice to the Stephen King that it should (most of his films don't), the overall concept and visual execution of The Stand - including the mass death in the Lincoln Tunnel - is one of the most terrifying apocalyptic depictions you'll see on film. Fragments of the massive comet strike the planet in advance of the Big Bang, causing megatsunamis and catastrophic conditions that set this film far ahead of its knockoff film Armageddon, which was released two months later. Cole is sent back in time to obtain a sample of the original plague before it mutated, for obvious intents of finding a cure. He soon comes to realize the horrible truth: everybody has either fled in terror or fallen victim to the Rage, a blood-borne virus that transforms humans into the ravenous undead.

Fuel is more valuable than gold, and when Max finds a settlement of good people defending a refinery from a murderous biker gang, he's forced into confrontation against his will that finds him as the anti-hero in a brutal fight for survival. All other survivors have been reduced to night-dwelling race of vampiric mutants, and Neville discovers that he's the only surviving recipient of a serum against the plague.
Starting with the 1950s science-fictions, and moving into the epic and overwhelmingly patriotic and Americanised apocalypses of the 1990s, contemporary apocalyptic movies are now in the fashion of combing stories about the end of the world with dark comedy. Starring Sharlto Copley in a chillingly scary and gruesome role, Open Grave proves to be a VERY different apocalypse to any we have seen before. Jack Hall, paleoclimatologist, must make a daring trek across America to reach his son, trapped in the cross-hairs of a sudden international storm which plunges the planet into a new Ice Age. Years after a plague kills most of humanity and transforms the rest into monsters, he plays Robert Neville the sole survivor in New York City who struggles valiantly to find a cure alongside his dog and best friend Marley.
12 Monkeys studies the subjective nature of memories and their effect upon perceptions of reality. Whilst Woody Harrelson absolutely steals the show in this hilarious take on a world-wide zombie-invasion, Bill Murray’s cameo is unexpected and simply fantastic. Starring Gene Barry and Ann Robinson, it is the first of a number of film adaptations based on Wells’ novel – the most recent starred Tom Cruise (2005). Rescued by a group of fellow survivors, he then has to establish if he, or one of his saviours, is responsible for the grave in the first place whilst also dealing with an even more deadly threat. Based on the novel by Cormac McCarthy, The Road is exactly what a post-apocalyptic movie should be: dark, scary, and heavy on the cannibalism. In a crime-ridden United States, the President’s plane crashes into the island of Manhattan, which obviously has been turned into a future-prison complex. Bad news: we’re living in a simulated reality created by sentient machines who are harvesting our energy. Despite Mel Gibson being a cuckoo clock lunatic, the Mad Max series are the best post-apocalyptic movies of all time. Visit B&N to buy and rent textbooks, and check out our award-winning tablets and ereaders, including Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK and NOOK GlowLight. The kind of movie that literally leaves you glued to your seat wondering what could possibly happen next. They play out quite literally like a stage play in many cases and are more about the depth of characters and deep writing which is why I take great pleasure when I find one worth watching. Starring Vigo Mortensen and Charlize Theron it is the story of a man who is on a single minded mission to find salvation and safety for his son in a world turned upside down. It stars Mark Ruffalo and Julianne Moore and was directed by Fernando Meirelles who also directed The Constant Gardner and City of Men.
While Twilight has brought great shame to the Vampire film genre Stake Land demonstrates everything that a vampire movie should be.
Unlike Star Trek Carriers is a stark look at the end of the world as two brothers and their girlfriend’s try to find sanctuary in a childhood home after a plague wipes out all of mankind. They must face the reality of exposing themselves to other contaminated survivors, helping them or worse yet inviting in a wolf with less than nobel intentions. I do not do the film justice with my explanation you really do need to experience this film but imagine if you will the sheer though of speaking the wrong word and having your mind slowly dissolve turning you into a ravenous zombie. That however is incredibly unfair to first time director Tim Fehlbaum who did an absolutely outstanding job with his first time behind the camera. A dirty bomb goes off in Los Angeles and a man barricades himself inside his house while living in fear of what has happened to his wife who went to work that day.
Chris Gorak needs to write and direct more films because Right At Your Door is also not only one of my favorite apocalyptic thriller movies it is one of my favorite movies of all time. He goes to investigate and finds crashed airliners with no people in them and entire cities empty. Night of the Living Dead is one of the best zombie movies of all time and is also one of the best apocalyptic thrillers. Nuclear explosions force the residents of a New York apartment block to run from their building seeking shelter in an old bomb shelter.
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There is a scene where the Man is helping his wife give birth and I presume that is when the boy is born, so if that was the case then it would be sticking to the book and he wouldn’t have had a coke before. Pontypool is one of the few movies I’ve watched in the past couple of years that actually creeped me out.
However, Blindness is an absolute fave of mine, and it’s nice to see it on a top 10 list. Stephen Kings (The Stand) really people this has options, you can read it, you can download from audible listen to the it OR you can watch it.
All the bridges leading into the city are mined, a large wall is built along the shoreline and a large police force army is based there to stop or kill any attempted escapees. This tells a story, another moment in time in a hero’s life that just happened to be captured along with great action, inventive new fight scenes, invigorating battles, and something altogether new and different in the science fiction genre. I love what you have to say about 28 Days, Invasion of the Body Snatchers (so freaking creepy), Children of Men, and (above all) 12 Monkeys. In order to post comments, please make sure JavaScript and Cookies are enabled, and reload the page. This being Guns & Ammo, firearms had to be if not an important part of the plot, at least appear in the movie.
When a comet passes by Earth, anybody not under a metal roof dies and collapses into a pile of orange dust.
I don’t mean that it is badly done; rather, it very realistically depicts a world on the verge of extinction, filled with people willing to do anything to survive. While I like everything about Will Smith’s I Am Legend—except the fake-looking CG zombies—The Omega Man is the more classic film.
This movie stands so far apart from most action movies, in both plot and cinematic style—the directors invented a new way to film to capture certain scenes—that it will probably be forever considered a classic. With impressive graphics and an ending that ranks among the best in all of film history, The Quiet Earth is not to be missed for disaster film enthusiasts.
This film is intensely psychedelic and complex, and demands several viewings to fully grasp the full concepts behind it.
Fast forward to the future, after a nuclear holocaust has left the world a ball of Skynet-monitored wreckage with few human survivors and turned Christian Bale into a raging maniac when someone sets foot on his movie set. Bonus points for the appearance of the horrifying Randall Flagg, a frequent character among King's novels. Aerosmith may have lent one of heir daughters and written songs for that one, but critics and experts agree that Deep Impact was far better in real-life depiction and execution of events.
On his first time-trip to the past, Cole is committed to a mental hospital where he meets Jeffrey Goines (Brad Pitt) who we eventually learn is part of a terrorist group called The Army of the Twelve Monkeys - the group believed to be behind the spreading of the plague. He and a ragtag group of survivors must make their way to safety before they, too, fall victim to the Rage. The unlikely duo of military pilot Will Smith and scientist Jeff Goldblum team up to infiltrate a spaceship hovering over Washington DC to stop the alien invaders taking over and destroying all the major cities of the world.
Stars Dennis Quaid, Jake Gyllenhaal and Emmy Rossum demonstrate the power of filial and romantic love in this underrated apocalypse film that also takes into consideration the contemporary concern and threat of global-warming. Smith delivers an outstandingly powerful performance in I Am Legend, demonstrating his breadth of acting talent – both impressively athletic and emotionally intense. The 1953 version won an Oscar for its special effects and was later selected for inclusion in the National Film Registry of the Library of Congress. During the apocalypse the star-studded cast are picked off one by one, suffering gruesomely epic deaths. 2009 started Cinehouse to start his 'cinema education' learning their is life outside mainstream cinema. It centers on a dilapidated French apartment building where the landlord lures victims to sell them for meat, which is in extremely short supply. Note: Zombie movies were not included, but let’s be honest, we all know this thing is going to end with some brain-eating. So with no further rambling let me hopefully introduce you to a few new apocalyptic thrillers as I share my Top 10 in no particular order. It is the story of a doctor who suddenly is afflicted with blindness ( played by Mark Ruffalo ) and as the blindness spreads across all of humanity he is sent into quarantine. Carriers is a powerful movie which quickly spirals out of control demonstrating how even the closest of bonds can be broken by fear. The movie tells the story of an apocalyptic plague that is spread in a small town in Ontario by literally word of mouth.

The Quiet Earth is an unofficial remake of The World The Flesh and The Devil and was inspired by George Romero’s Dawn of the Dead which is in itself reason enough to see it. In the book the big event happened when he was a baby, so it was believable that he’d never had a coke before. Upon a terrorist attack on his plane The President ejects and escapes only to find himself in the middle of the prison.  Ex-soldier Snake Plissken is offered his freedom if he goes in.
It also gave us a situation where massive animals can live indefinitely in hibernation, and the male wakes up first, but it’s all the females that are killing us, and there’s only one male, so why are there females around now? Upon review, it was interesting to me how many of the apocalyptic and post-apocalyptic movies I tracked down hardly featured guns in them—I guess ammo doesn’t grow on trees. Two teenage girls—whose father is an absentee and presumed dead Green Beret—find themselves being hunted by a group of survivalists who were partly exposed to the comet, and hoping to develop a cure using the girls’ blood.
As it takes place in Britain, guns are pretty scarce in the movie until the military shows up with their Enfield bullpups, and they don’t make the situation much better. Scientists have been unable to find a cure for humanity’s worldwide infertility, and as a result people have lost all hope—Britain is wallowing in suicides, gang warfare, you name it. In addition to having more than its share of zombie killing, it is also very funny, which is hard to find when it comes to end-of-the-world type movies. Night of the Living Dead hardly has any guns in it, and the original Dawn of the Dead had a budget of about $12. While the villains in Matheson’s original story were technically vampires, the story is considered the first modern zombie story, and was the inspiration for George Romero’s Night of the Living Dead. All the same, it's a milestone for animated films, and one of the more original in terms of armageddon scenarios.
We're four films deep into this franchise, and things aren't looking any better for humanity. What Cole doesn't grasp in his delirium (he loses the ability to determine what time he's in or whether he's dreaming) is that, at least in this reality, changing history is impossible, so his efforts are essentially useless and mankind is inevitably doomed. While it could technically be defined as a zombie film, the Rage plague is as disastrous as any threat to humanity could get. With the even unlikelier assistance of the president of the United States himself, played by Bill Pullman, the unconquerable Americans save the world from extinction, yet again. The film is also a study of modern civilization’s declining efforts to communicate with each other due to the interference of technology. World War II stock footage was used to produce a montage of destruction to show the worldwide invasion, with armies of all nations joining together to fight the invaders.
This Is The End is an apocalyptic movie like no other, combining celebrity, horror and comedic parody that will make you snort with laughter. Outside of film, love to travel with Sorrento, Guangzhou and Manchester all favourite destinations.Musically loves David Bowie, Fishbone, Radiohead. Pirates led by Dennis Hopper, jet skis, people with gills, sea monsters, Jeanne Tripplehorn’s butt, what else does a movie need? Wait, why didn’t they make the future prison somewhere other than the greatest city on earth?
We’re still not entirely sure if this is a post-apocalyptic movie, or if France is just really, really strange.
When the world ends in December, if we don’t see some feral children using boomerangs as weapons and a bondage-themed biker gang, we will be sorely disappointed. Not bearing to be separated from him his wife played by Julianne Moore feigns blindness to be with him. The Quiet Earth is a tragic story as the scientist discovers the true cause of the earth’s demise while seeking out other survivors and his own hand in that destruction. This is a true psychological thriller as the survivors degenerate into animals and at times it is extremely difficult to watch. He agrees but the complications are many, even though his robust bravado is without question undeniable.  This is a great science fiction action film that shows where man kinds violence will eventually lead them. I’ve noticed director Danny Boyle’s movies—The Beach, Sunshine, Slumdog Millionaire—all seem to have a common theme: There’s a happy ending, but the characters have to go through absolute hell to get there.
Shaun of the Dead was marketed as a comedy with zombies, but in fact it was a zombie movie with a little comedy, and Zombieland is a lot more entertaining, although I recommend both.
Plus, not only was the acting barely tolerable, they had junky pistols and fake AR-15s chambered in .22 LR. Charlton Heston wanders around Los Angeles in this version, dispatching zombies with a plethora of guns, including a S&W M76 submachine gun, an M3 carbine—M1 carbine with infrared scope—and even a BAR, any one of which is way cooler than Will Smith’s Surefire-equipped M4. As far as weaponry goes, you’ll see everything from helicopter-mounted mini-guns on down, with a focus on full-auto weapons and Desert Eagles. Cheesy and sickeningly hyperbolic in every American sense of the word, Independence Day is tremendously feel-good and enough to make you jump out of your seat to celebrate victory for the (very American) human race. 12 Monkeys was directed by Terry Gilliam and starred a host of talent including Madeleine Stowe, Christopher Plummer, David Morse and Brad Pitt, who was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor, and won a Golden Globe for his performance as Jeffrey Goines. A truly powerful story it is incredibly violent at times, highly disturbing at others and overall a truly powerful experience illustrating how something like worldwide blindness could bring down the human race.
Then they did the coke drinking scene and we’re supposed to believe that he’s never had anything like it before? I honestly don’t recommend it because it is so rough—per IMDB, two of the characters in the movie are Cannibal and Baby Eater. Clive Owen's character is tasked with escorting a miraculously pregnant woman to safety outside of the country. This new version of Dawn starring Ving Rhames again mostly takes place in a mall, but the zombies are fast, the scares are aplenty and the interplay with Andy, the clerk atop a nearby gun store, is great.
With a host of A-list talent including Bruce Willis, Ben Affleck, Billy Bob Thornton, Liv Tyler and an unforgettable soundtrack from Aerosmith, there was absolutely no chance of Armageddon being a flop. We must have missed the part in Sunday school about fighting sentient computer programs in slow motion.
All you need to know about this one is that it features Tina Turner, a midget riding a giant, and some sweet jazz saxophone.
Sure enough, Satan and Saddam begin laying ruin to the planet with an army of demons - only to be foiled by electric blasts from Cartman's malfunctioned brain-chip.
His quest results in some very nice action sequences; at least one of which was filmed all in one take. Thrills, space-venture, hard-men, romance, conflict and sacrifice – I wouldn’t want to miss a thing. As the movie takes place about 10 years after the world-ending event—not specifically mentioned in book or movie, but McCarthy said he always envisioned a huge asteroid like the kind that killed the dinosaurs—there’s no gas left for cars, and nobody believes Mortensen even has any ammo for the revolver he carries. Featuring British Army troops with Enfield bullpups, and gang members with full-auto weapons and pistols, the movie has some gunplay, but the most dangerous things in it are the people. Fun fact: John Carpenter wrote the movie as a reaction to Richard Nixon’s Watergate scandal. Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines Rightly overshadowed by James Cameron's opening brace of masterpieces, director Jonathan Mostow's clunky threequel actually boasts a terrific story.
With Sarah Connor dead from leukemia and Judgment Day just hours away, John Connor fails to prevent Skynet from activating. The maniacal machine network assumes control of the military's defence systems and launches a series of nuclear attacks to trigger a world holocaust. Arnie blows his load in T-X's mouth (ahem) to destroy them both, as Connor reaches the terrible realisation that his mission wasn't to save humanity but simply to survive. Independence Day Sure, it's a film in which Will Smith knocks out evil ET with a right hook and we defeat an alien super-intelligence with an Apple Mac and a computer virus. Seventh Seal Despite endless parodies (stand up, Bill & Ted), Swedish master Ingmar Bergman's apocalyptic allegory still packs shuddering metaphysical impact half a century on.
With unforgettable imagery, incredible intensity and a surprising slash of black humour, it's the grim Swede's film. Max von Sydow is the despairing 14th-century knight who challenges the Reaper to a game of chess for his soul, traipsing through a Europe being eaten alive by the plague, only to finally realise that everyone must take a final dance with Death. 12 Monkeys Is Bruce Willis a frazzled convict who time-travels back from a grim post-apocalyptic future to stop the mysterious 'Army Of The Twelve Monkeys' unleashing a killer man-made virus that wipes out most of the world. Remaking French short La Jetee from a script from the man who wrote Blade Runner, director Terry Gilliam coaxes a heartbreaking performance out of Willis - easily the finest of his career - as he stumbles between institutionalised anarchist Brad Pitt and sympathetic doctor Madeleine Stowe.

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