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Complete List of Zombie Movies

There are all sorts of zombie movies, from romance to slasher and western to time travel. We’ve compiled a complete zombie movie list for you to binge on the living dead from dawn till dusk and dusk till dawn. There is a movie in this list for every member of the family, from Scooby Doo for the youngest viewers to some “sexy” themed zombie thrillers. We’ve also included several TV series in the bunch. Really, what’s a zombie list without The Walking Dead in it? Of course, this list can…

Complete List of Prepper Movies

Prepper movies? I have your complete list here. The definition of “complete” varies, however. While it’s true that the list will never be “complete” (as new movies are constantly being produced), what one person calls a “prepper movie” another would not. That was the biggest struggle I had in building this list, determining what a prepper movie is. That definition isn’t an easy one, and it’s the same problem I ran into building the complete list of post-apocalyptic movies (I’d recommend going there to see other movies that might interest…

“Mortal Engines” Movie Review – Post-Apocalyptic Steampunk

You’re forgiven if you haven’t heard of the movie Mortal Engines. I only knew about it because I hear of all things post-apocalyptic. It’s certainly not the typical movie I’d invest two hours of my time watching, but on an eight-hour flight from Germany (where I toured a Westwall WWII Nazi bunker), I saw an opportunity to spend the time watching a movie I had yet to add to the Complete List of Post-Apocalyptic Movies. IMD describes the movie as such: In a post-apocalyptic world where cities ride on wheels…

Mad Max Fury Road: Movie Review and the Tactical Gear

This is a guest post from Orion Tactical. ************* Our team at Orion Tactical has years of experience in life-threatening situations, perhaps one of the reasons why we love the thrill of a post-apocalyptic movie. One of our favorite post-apocalyptic films from the past couple of years is Mad Max: Fury Road. The movie, listed on Survive Doomsday’s complete list of post-apocalyptic movies, was released in 2015. George Miller was responsible for co-writing, producing, and directing the film. If you have yet to see the movie, we hope that our…

The Dark Age – The Post-Apocalyptic Film You Haven’t Heard of Yet

One of the benefits of being a self-proclaimed doomsday journalist is having the inside track on upcoming books, movies, and products. The Dark Age (official site), an independent and yet-to-be-released post-apocalyptic short film, is one such example. I became aware of this movie through Instagram (follow us). I had a brief exchange with Jeremy Dash, one of the Executive Producers and lead actor, and expressed my interest in reviewing the film. Before long I had the credentials to see it before its release. The Movie’s Official Synopsis The Dark Age…

Post-Apocalyptic Review of Netflix’s IO Movie

Netflix has sure hopped on the post-apocalyptic film bandwagon. Just a few weeks ago we were writing a review of Bird Box. Now here we are with another – IO, which, in case you didn’t know, is one of Jupiter’s moons. In the movie, a human settlement is orbiting IO because Earth had become reduced to a toxic, poisonous wasteland. On Earth, there are still pockets of breathable air, which is where we find our hero, Sam, a young scientist who chose to remain on Earth and try to find…

A Post-Apocalyptic Review of Netflix’s Bird Box

I haven’t been able to escape hearing about “Bird Box,” Netflix’s latest movie. Considered a “post-apocalyptic psychological thriller,” A-Poc and I tried it after the kids gave it their approval (though, maybe that should have been a warning). I’ve never been a Sandra Bullock fan, so I must disclose that I was ambivalent going in. And the concept of watching a movie where people are blindfolded almost the entire time was a hard sell, not to mention a bit too similar to “A Quiet Place,” the 2018 post-apocalyptic movie where…

A Complete List of Post-Apocalyptic Movies

The Road Warrior (1981) Post-apocalyptic movies? I love them. Always have. I appreciate the best ones, of course. You know the ones, the Mad Max series, Children of Men, The Road, etc. There are many more, however. There was a massive production of post-apocalyptic movies in the 1980s when people had a strong fear of nuclear war. Many of the films produced during that time were low-budget, and it shows. But if you are looking for post-apocalyptic movies to watch, let this post be the mothership of listings. There are…

Leave No Trace Movie Review – Survival Perspective

This review of Leave No Trace represents my first book and movie review (for Prepper Press). Leave No Trace (official site) is based on the novel My Abandonment by Peter Rock. I watched this movie with my wife, Sare Sare Smash, who suggested it as a family movie night, so we all gathered around the television and watched it together. The official description: Will (Ben Foster) and his teenage daughter, Tom (Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie), have lived off the grid for years in the forests of Portland, Oregon. When their idyllic life is shattered, both…