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A Complete List of Post-Apocalyptic Movies

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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 more and more post-apocalyptic movies being produced ever year, so this list will never – ever – be complete. That’s why this post will forever – and ever – be updated.

The big question in building such a list is: How do you define “post-apocalyptic movies”? So many post-apocalyptic films (and post-apocalyptic books) cross over into other genres like dystopian, science fiction, and even horror. To answer the question, I have to make a judgment call. I try to determine if the movie is post-apocalyptic first and foremost. For example, zombie-themed movies qualify as post-apocalyptic movies only if they’re set in a future post-apocalyptic environment, not in the present world. Post-apocalyptic movies needs a distinct post-apocalyptic feel.

Please! If you know of post-apocalyptic movies not listed here – leave them in the comments.
I will keep this list updated so that it grows and grows and grows.

If you’re not finding enough movies here, see our complete list of prepper movies.

Complete List of Post-Apocalyptic Movies

  1. 9 (2009) – We’ll start with one that barely made the list because it’s animated and science fiction, but it’s also post-apocalyptic and interesting enough to make the cut. A rag doll wakes up in a post-apocalyptic world, and he holds the key to humanity’s salvation.
  2. 20 Years After (2008) – Twenty years after nuclear war followed by plagues, no children have been born in 15 years. A woman becomes pregnant, and people fight for control of her.
  3. 2019: After the Fall of New York (1983) – After a nuclear war, two groups fight in New York for the last fertile woman left on Earth.
  4. 2020 Texas Gladiators (1982) – This is an Italian film set in post-apocalyptic Texas where a band of warriors fight of a fascist regime.
  5. A Boy and His Dog (1975) – It’s a weird movie, but an 18-year-old boy concerned with food and sex is accompanied by a telepathic dog in post-nuclear war Earth. The dog helps the boy find women. The boy helps the dog find food.
  6. A Quiet Place (2018) – Making noise equates to a death sentence. In this post-apocalyptic world, mysterious creatures hunt by sound. A family tries to survive.
  7. After Earth (2013) – Mankind was forced to leave Earth a millennium ago. Gen. Cypher and his teenage son crash on Earth’s hostile surface, where they must fight for survival.
  8. Aftermath (2014) – Mushroom clouds go up and nine desperate survivors have to decide between dying in their shelter or venturing into the terrors of the outside world.
  9. Air (2015) – Air is no longer breathable, and after a malfunction at an underground bunker, they are forced to leave.
  10. America 3000 (1986) – Nine hundred years in the future, after nuclear war has reduced mankind to the stone age, women rule the world, but one man seeks to change that.
  11. Apocalypse Road (2016) – Two sisters become separated during a post-apocalyptic depression.
  12. Apocalyptic 2077 (2019) – Jack survives the apocalypse from a research bunker in the Scottish highlands with the station’s AI computer to keep him company. Eight years later, Jack & the AI computer set out across the post apocalyptic wastelands to deliver a message.
  13. Barb Wire (1996) – America’s second Civil War struck in 2017. Barb Wire (Pamela Anderson) owns a nightclub and she is the toughest woman in Steel Harbor, a crime-ridden city where a new kind of mercenary resides.
  14. Battletruck (1982) – A film made following the success of Mad Max. Not-so-strangely, it follows a similar “need gas” storyline. Also went by the title Warlords of the Twenty-First Century.
  15. Blood of Heroes (1989) – In a post-apocalyptic future, a woman joins a band of sport fighters (Juggers) who go on to battle against fighters of the ruling elite.
  16. Blue World Order (2017) – An EMP kills all children on the planet but one – and now her father must protect her.
  17. Bird Box (2018) – A mysterious force kills people all over the world. If you look at it – you die. Survivors must navigate the world blindfolded.
  18. Bokeh (2017) – A couple is vacationing in Iceland when a flash of light happens and they wake up to find everyone else is missing. Now they must fight for survival while trying to make sense of what happened.
  19. Bounty Killer (2013) – Corporate powers destroy the planet with their greed, so a bounty is placed on the heads of business leaders. Two bounty killers compete for the fame and fortune of having the most kills.
  20. Cafe Flesh (1982) – (We told you this is a complete list of post-apocalyptic movies!) It’s a cult sci-fi porn film where, in the nuclear ravaged future, people are either sex positive or sex negative. Negatives can’t have sex, and they force the Positives to perform for them.
  21. Cherry 2000 (1987) – In the post-apocalyptic future, a man’s android wife shorts out and he won’t settle for any other model. This forces him to hire a tracker (Melanie Griffith) to get him through the dreaded Zone Seven to find another Cherry 2000.
  22. Children of Men (2006) – A British/American film that takes place 18 years after the last baby was born and humanity has become infertile. Then a woman becomes pregnant.
  23. City of Ember (2008) – A disaster was poised to destroy the world, so a “city of ember” was built underground to house survivors for 200 years. The movie takes place as the generators powering the city begin to fail.
  24. Contagion (2011) – This movie saw a resurgence when Covid-19 hit. A movie with good reviews and strong actors. A virus strikes the world hard and fast.
  25. Containment (2015) – Residents of an apartment complex wake up to find themselves sealed inside by people in hazmat suits. They don’t know who is infected and who isn’t. They begin to turn on each other.
  26. Crumbs (2015) – The first post-apocalyptic film set in Africa? It’s post-apocalyptic Ethiopa in a strange but interesting film where an unexpected hero makes his way across the landscape in hopes of boarding a floating spaceship.
  27. Cyborg (1989) – A typical Jean-Claude Van Damme movie, only post-apocalyptic. A plague cripples civilization. Watch Jean-Claude do what he does to a gang of bad dudes.
  28. Dark Vengeance (1992) – The environment is reduced to a poisoned wasteland and society is left with warring gangs. One warrior fights to bring order.
  29. Damnation Alley (1977) – Barely more post-apocalyptic than it is science fiction. The world was tilted off its axes by the nuclear bombs of WWIII. Massive storms, mutated giant scorpions, and an adventure to cross the country in an Air Force “Landmaster” armored personnel carrier.
  30. Deadman Apocalypse (2016) – One man is the final hope to save the dying earth. Living in isolation, trapped deep beneath Labyrinthia, he must attempt an escape from the underground.
  31. Def-Con 4 (1985) – A Canadian post-apocalyptic film. Three astronauts survive WWIII only to fight a paramilitary faction.
  32. Delicatessen (1991) – Barely post-apocalyptic, but interesting to warrant inclusion. In post-apocalyptic France, a butcher who owns an apartment building, occasionally carves tenants up and sells them as meat. This is a dark comedy.
  33. Doomsday (2008) – Twenty-five years after a devastating virus, a team goes into post-apocalyptic Scotland to fight feral survivors for a cure.
  34. Dune Warriors (1990) – A wasteland warlord wants a town and its precious water. A woman and five warriors fight to defend it.
  35. Empire of Ash (1988) and Empire of Ash III (1989) – In the first movie, a virus has kills off much of civilization as people fight for survival. In the follow-up (labeled as III) new gangs fight for survival after the apocalypse.
  36. Endgame – Bronx lotta finale (1983) – Yet another Italian film set after a nuclear holocaust. Endgame is a television show where hunters and gladiators fight in what’s left of New York City.
  37. Equalizer 2000 (1988) – Two wasteland gangs fight for the “Equalizer 2000,” a powerful weapon that will ensure survival.
  38. Exterminators of the Year 3000 (1983) – An Italian/Spanish post-apocalyptic action film spurred by the success of Mad Max, and not-so-strangely follows a similar storyline.
  39. Flu (2013) – English subtitles – A South Korean city near Seoul goes into chaos after an airborne virus begins infecting the population.
  40. Gas-s-s-s (1970) – A post-apocalyptic dark comedy about survivors of an accidental military gas leak that kills everyone on Earth over the age of 25.
  41. Glen and Randa (1971) – Decades after nuclear war devastated the earth, a young couple leave their tribe to explore what remains of the word. They know only what they’ve seen in pictures and comic books.
  42. Hardware (1990) – Nomads scavange for scrap in a blasted landscape. An ex-soldier gains possession of some spare android parts. What he doesn’t know is that they go to a lethal new android that can reassemble itself and kill.
  43. Hell (2011) – In the post-apocalyptic future, where rising temperatures have turned the world into a barren wasteland, survivors fight their greatest enemy – the sun. (English subtitles.)
  44. Hell Comes to Frogtown (1988) – This is a questionable add, I know. A nuclear holocaust renders most people sterile. A drifter (Sam Hell) is recruited for a very special assignment. He, and the dangerous Spangle, must brave the barren wasteland ruled by overgrown amphibians.
  45. I Am Legend (2007) – The third of three adaptations of Richard Matheson’s book I Am Legend. Dr. Neville survived a plague that turned humans into killing mutants. He wanders NYC in search of others and in hopes of a cure.
  46. Interzone (1987) – An Italian/American film where a monk is sent on a mission to protect the last fertile region left on earth.
  47. Into the Forest (2015) – In the Pacific Northwest, two sisters fight for survival after an apocalyptic blackout strikes.
  48. IO (2019) – The planet is devoid of oxygen and the last spaceship is about to leave for the colony on IO. Can they make it in time?
  49. It Comes at Night (2017) – A mysterious apocalypse leaves few survivors, and two families must share a home to stay safe. But will the real horror come from within?
  50. Land of Doom (1986) – Post-nuclear holocaust, survivors live in caves and roam the wasteland in gangs. A few want a better life – and go in search of a safe city.
  51. Le Dernier Combat (1983) – A French post-apocalyptic film. Shot in black and white and containing only two words of dialogue, it’s a world where people have been rendered mute and fight one another for survival.
  52. Light of My Life (2019) – In a post-apocalyptic world, years after a plague has wiped out nearly the entire female population, a man must hide his daughter from men the men looking for women.
  53. Mad Max (1979) – The original. Old school.
  54. Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome (1985) – Two men enter. One man leaves.
  55. Mad Max Fury Road (2015) – This movie needs no explanation. Watch it again. It’s sick.
  56. Malevil (1981) – In post-apocalyptic France, people struggle for survival and try to resist a dictator trying to force them under his control.
  57. Mortal Engines (2018) – Steampunk meets the post-apocalyptic word. Hundreds of years after a cataclysm, cities now roam the wasteland as gigantic machines, and London wants to bring the power of the old world back.
  58. Neon City (1991) – Another Mad Max clone movie that follows people trying to escape to Neon City after a solar disaster destroys much of earth.
  59. No Blade of Grass (1970) – An adaptation of the classic novel The Death of Grass, this movie follows the survivors of a plague that hit London. Food riots cause famine, and a man tries to lead his family to safety.
  60. On the Beach (1959) – Based on the classic 1957 Novel, in the aftermath of nuclear war, a deadly radioactive cloud slowly moves toward Australia.
  61. On the Beach (2000) – Based on the classic 1957 Novel, and a made-for-TV remake film of the 1959 version above, in the aftermath of nuclear war, a deadly radioactive cloud slowly moves toward Australia.
  62. Panic in Year Zero (1962) – The Baldwin family heads on vacation, but then Los Angeles falls victim to a nuclear attack. Harry and and his family head to their fishing retreat in the mountains, but they can’t escape the frantic and irrational citizens.
  63. Phoenix the Warrior (1988) – Also went by She-Wolves of the Wasteland. Women – lots of post-apocalyptic women – fight each other for a fertile man to preserve the species.
  64. Planet of the Apes (1968) – Let this inclusion also stand for the original sequels (Beneath the Planet of the Apes, Escape from the Planet of the Apes, Conquest of the Planet of the Apes, and Battle for the Planet of the Apes). I’m not adding the newer versions, but in the classic 1968 movie, astronauts find themselves in a strange, post-apocalyptic world where apes dominate over humans.
  65. Quintet (1979) – Starring Paul Newman and taking place during a new ice age, people play a strange game of life and death.
  66. Raiders of the Sun (1992) – The apocalypse hit, and now a commando must defend the only village with gunpowder from a gang of raiders.
  67. Radioactive Dreams (1985) – This is a sci-fi comedy that takes place fifteen years after a nuclear war that expended the entire world’s nuclear arsenal but one missile, two nineteen-year-olds emerge from a bunker into a world of mutants and cannibals in a struggle to find the two keys that could launch the last missile.
  68. Ravagers (1979) – Based on the 1966 novel Path to Savagery. After a nuclear holocaust, creatures roam the earth looking to kill all survivors.
  69. Refuge (2013) – Society breaks down and the rules that bind us together rot as our selfish, animalistic qualities take over. Now a family struggles to survive.
  70. Scorched Earth (2018) – A Canadian/American post-apocalyptic film where a bounty hunter searches for the head of a dangerous gang.
  71. She (1982) – Well after the apocalypse, She helps retrieve a captured sister from a dangerous tribe.
  72. Six-String Samurai (1998) – This is a post-apocalyptic comedy following a rock ‘n’ roll samurai who takes an orphan under his wing on the way to Lost Vegas.
  73. Snowpiercer (2013) – A climate change experiment failed and froze the globe. Everyone died. Everyone but those who boarded the Snowpiercer, a train that travels around the globe.
  74. Solar Babies (1986) – In the post-apocalyptic sun-scorched world, a group of young orphans spend their time avoiding the dreaded “Protectorate” authorities. Then one orphan discovers a strange sphere that leads to a struggle.
  75. Soylent Green (1973) – Award-winning film starring Charlton Heston. Overcrowding, pollution, global warming – people in NYC struggle to stay fed. Great flick.
  76. Stalker (1979) – This is a Soviet post-apocalyptic movie, where “Stalker” leads a small expedition into a mysterious post-apocalyptic landscape known as the “Zone.” They travel through the debris of modern society.
  77. Steel Dawn (1987) – A Patrick Swayze post-apocalyptic action film where a warrior wanders the wasteland when he comes upon settlers who need his help.
  78. Stryker (1983) – Amazon women (with the help of Stryker) fight to defend their water supply in the wasteland.
  79. Tank Girl (1995) – A comedy based on the comic series of the same name. Tank Girl is one of a few survivors left, and with her tank, she fights against those trying to dominate a water supply.
  80. The Bad Batch (2016) – Starring Jason Momoa and Keanu Reeves, in a desert wasteland, a woman is kidnapped by a group of cannibals.
  81. The Book of Eli (2010) – Thirty years after the apocalypse, a man travels west in the former United States, fighting for survival, and protecting an important book that he carries with him.
  82. The Colony (2013) – The world froze over, but an underground colony must venture out to find another outpost.
  83. The Dark Age (2019) – A short, independent film that picks up seven years after a catastrophic solar storm destroys the global power grid, plunging humanity into darkness. It follows two women as they track down an electronic signal, leading to a deranged loner and his mysterious power supply.
  84. The Day (2011) – A Canadian post-apocalyptic film where five survivors must battle cannibals at an isolated farmhouse.
  85. The Day After (1983) – A made-for-TV movie where the U.S. is poised on the brink of nuclear war. Then it happens. People in small-town Kansas fight to survive.
  86. The Day After (2017) – A drug company hoping to build the perfect race releases a deadly virus. Eleven strangers wake up in a bunker. This is a Russian series with English subtitles.
  87. The Day the Earth Caught Fire (1961) – A British reporter, a veteran journalist, and a weather forecaster discover that nuclear explosions have altered the earth’s rotation. Fires and earthquakes strike cities as chaos and sickness descend as they try to put the planet back on its axis.
  88. The Divide (2011) – Nine strangers find themselves together in a bunker after a nuclear attack. They try to adapt to one another, but what lurks outside?
  89. The Domestics (2018) – A post-apocalyptic horror film where deadly gangs hunt a couple on the run.
  90. The Girl with All the Gifts (2016) – Twenty years ago a devastating fungus infected people and turned them into “hungries,” people that lose their mental capacity and feed on people. The uninfected live in heavily guarded areas or roam the wastes as scavenging “junkers.”
  91. The Last Days (2013) – (English subtitles.) – A mysterious epidemic spreads across the land where being outside causes death, trapping everyone indoors. A man sets off to find his girlfriend in Barcelona while trying to avoid ever going outside.
  92. The Last Man on Earth (1964) – The first of three adaptations of Richard Matheson’s book I Am Legend. Vincent Price survived a global epidemic only to now face a race of zombie-like vampires.
  93. The Last Survivors (2014) – Society has collapsed and water is scarce. Set in Oregon, a greedy water baron begins clearing out survivors, but some won’t go without a fight.
  94. The New Barbarians (1983) – After a nuclear war, a few survivors try to read a distant land, fighting of an evil force along the way.
  95. The Noah (1975) – A nuclear war kills everyone on the earth except one man. He makes an imaginary friend to keep him company. Then a friend for his friend. Then an entire world.
  96. The Northlander (2016) – The year is 2961, and a hunter in one of the last surviving group of humans goes on a dangerous journey to save his people.
  97. The Omega Man (1971) – The second of three adaptations of Richard Matheson’s book I Am Legend. Dr. Neville is the only survivor of an apocalyptic war beyond a few hundred nocturnal people that blame science and technology for their maniacal condition. Neville, a symbol of that science, is hunted by them.
  98. The Postman (1997) – A post-apocalyptic drifter (Kevin Costner) dons a postal worker’s uniform, grabs a bag of old mail, and heads out to deliver it.
  99. The Quiet Earth (1985) – A man awakens and find himself alone in the world. He finds two others.
  100. The Road (2009) – Based on the best-selling book of the same name, America is a gray, desolate, post-apocalyptic mess. A man and his boy make a dangerous journey toward the sea. The movie is like the book – epic.
  101. The Rover (2014) – Society has collapsed. A drifter crosses the wasteland, but a gang steals his car, so he goes on the hunt to get it back.
  102. The Road Warrior (1981) – You already know this movie. It’s the best.
  103. The Sisterhood (1988) – Amazon she-warriors fight a brutal group of men who survived the nuclear holocaust.
  104. The Survivalist (2015) – A survivalist lives off a small plot of land during a period of starvation. Two women show up looking for help, and his existence becomes threatened.
  105. The Ultimate Warrior (1975) – Post-plague NYC. A fighter helps defend a community with food, before they need to leave for shelter elsewhere.
  106. Threads (1984) – The U.S. and the Soviet Union go to war. A nuclear attack destroys a NATO base in England and a young couple struggles to escape the fallout.
  107. Time of the Wolf (2003) – A French post-apocalyptic film that follows a family as they seek safe haven at their holiday home only to find it occupied by others, and they are then turned away by neighbors.
  108. Tooth and Nail (2007) – “Foragers” fight cannibalistic “Rovers” in this post-apocalyptic horror film.
  109. Turbo Kid (2015) – In a post-apocalyptic wasteland, an orphaned teen battles a warlord to save the girl of his dreams.
  110. Virus (1980) – This Japanese films that also went by the title Day of Resurrection. A virus kills nearly the entire population, but the virus is ineffective at -10 degrees Celsius. Those stationed at Antarctica survive, but they have to race to stop nuclear missiles from being launched.
  111. WALL-E (2008) – A computer-animated science fiction flick where a robot, WALL-E (Waste Allocation Load Lifter Earth-class), spends his days cleaning up the planet for the last 700 years. He develops a sense of personality, and then meets a sleek and feminine robot sent down to scan for signs of life.
  112. Warrior of the Lost World (1983) – This is an Italian post-apocalyptic science fiction film where a warrior helps find a woman’s kidnapped father.
  113. Warriors of the Apocalypse (1985) – Civilization is destroyed by a nuclear war, and now an adventurer leads wanderers on a search for the Mountain of Life, encountering tribes, savages, and Amazon women along the way.
  114. Warriors of the Wasteland (1983) – After a nuclear holocaust, two mercenaries help wanderers fight off an evil band of bikers.
  115. Water Wars (2014) – Earth’s ecosystems have been destroyed and mankind is on the brink of extinction. Let the war for water begin.
  116. Waterworld (1995) – Polar ice-caps melted and the Earth is flooded, but a mutated mariner (Kevin Costner) fights to find dry land.
  117. Wheels of Fire (1985) – Another B movie attempt at Road Warrior. A bounty hunter, with his wheels of fire car, helps rescue a girl from a wasteland road gang.
  118. Where Have All the People Gone (1974) – A massive solar flare decimates almost all life on Earth. You only survived if you were underground at the time. A group of survivors goes cross country to find others.
  119. World Gone Wild (1987) – Earth in 2087 is a nuclear wasteland. An isolated outpost of survivors guard the source of their existence, but a mercenary leaders his gang of bikers to take it over.
  120. Young Ones (2014) – Water is scarce and a farmer must defend his land if he hopes to bring his parched soil back to life.
  121. Z for Zachariah (2015) – Most of civilization has been destroyed, and now two men compete for the love of a woman who may be the last female left alive.
  122. Zardoz (1974) – An Irish-American post-apocalyptic film set far in the future where Eternals rule over a savage group of Brutals. Zed (Sean Connery) questions the existence of the Eternals’ god.

There you have it – hours upon hours post-apocalyptic movies for your enjoyment. Again, if you are seeing holes in our list, please add the movie to the comments section below. I want this list of post-apocalyptic movies to be as complete as it can be.

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51 thoughts on “A Complete List of Post-Apocalyptic Movies

  1. Pete, if you actually know how to use a computer, it’s easy to save this list, print it, and even edit it. So to the author, thank you!

  2. The 3 adaptations of Richard Matheson’s “I Am Legend.”

    Last Man on Earth (Vincent Price)
    Omega Man (Carleton Heston)
    I am Legend (Will Smith)

  3. How about:
    – Stalker (1979)
    – Cloverfield Paradox
    – Pandemic
    – Resident Evil (all)
    – Planet of the Apes (all?)

  4. Just watched Bokeh on Amazon (or Netflix) cant remember. Interesting take on two styles of coping in a PA situation, in a foreign place no less.

  5. You’ve got a good list. Personally I would have grouped the “Omega Man” and “Soylent Green”, the three movies based on “I Am Legend” and “The Postman” and “Water World” with Kevin Costner. Those are all great examples of post apocalyptic films. They are up there with “Mad Max” as must watch movies, as well as “The Road” and “The Book of Eli”. “The Colony” was also quite good with some well known actors.
    I am surprised you did not list “The Year Zero” which came long before “Red Dawn” and other films that took place at the start of the crisis. There is another movie and I think the title is “Refuge” about a family that leaves their home after hostile people surround it. It’s basically a group that is near starving, trying to make it on scavenged supplies and then they have to find another place. It’s one of those more realistic and relate-able films. Unlike “The Year Zero” this family sort of winged it without being as prepared or equipped and is of course more contemporary.

    The list has B movies, low budget and then the more common high dollar production films with well known actors. I think this should be noted just because the lower budget films have a different “feel” and are also often the harder films to find. It’s a long list, but it would help to organize it more by year and style or atmosphere.

    Now I know you feel zombie films don’t belong in this category, which I partially agree with, but I like “State of Emergency” made in 2010 because it’s about 4 people living in a vacant warehouse size building with few weapons and no special gear. The film could easily have been about EMP or something besides zombies. Some zombie movies do depict survival related skills and tasks and by the same token, some post apocalyptic, after doomsday films depict a world where people seem to have plenty and are even wasteful with what they have. And “Stakeland”, a movie about mutant vampires also depicts what an apocalypse might look like as people scavenge and hang onto anything useful.

  6. “The Maze Runner is a series of young adult dystopian science fiction novels written by American author James Dashner.[1][2] The series consists of The Maze Runner (2009), The Scorch Trials (2010) and The Death Cure (2011), as well as two prequel novels, The Kill Order (2012) and The Fever Code (2016), and a companion book titled The Maze Runner Files (2013).”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Maze_Runner_(series)

    “The series, revealing details in non-chronological order, tells how the world was devastated by a series of massive solar flares and coronal mass ejections. “

  7. A Canticle for Leibowitz by Walter Miller A post-apocalyptic classic. In the depths of the Utah desert, long after the Flame Deluge has scoured the earth clean, a monk of the Order of Saint Leibowitz has made a miraculous discovery: holy relics from the life of the great saint himself, including the blessed blueprint, the sacred shopping list, and the hallowed shrine of the Fallout Shelter.

  8. 1) It Comes at Night (post pandemic type event)
    2) Metro (based on the Russian novel)
    3) World War Z, based on the novel by Max Brooks. I believe a sequel is scheduled.
    4) Signs, although scifi, great story about unique strengths of individual family members that ultimately aids in their survival.
    5) Contagion

    Although not a film, Walking Dead series, survival in post-apocalyptic US due to a viral outbreak. There’s an episode where they visit the CDC to find a cure.

  9. There was a movie my mother remembered from around the 1980s. It was a post-apocalyptic world where the government has built a roof over buildings and people cannot go out of the barrier or they would be infected. The government does not allow real, live human babies so they built robot babies for couples who desired to have a child. One day, a man’s wife finds out that she is pregnant. A friend finds out and grows jealous so she destroys her robot child. The government (through her computer I believe) if anything was wrong because the robot sent a message that it was not working. She said that she didn’t know so they (government) said they would send her another. Then, after a few months, they see that the wife has gained weight and they ask her. She says that she doesn’t know and it could be her metabolism slowing down (food wasn’t plentiful so people couldn’t overeat). So then more time goes. things happen, and then around the end, the husband plans to leave and the wife asks something like would their child be able to live out in the bad atmosphere and the husband says that the child would adapt so they leave the barrier. I haven’t been able to find it. Can anyone help?

  10. Just came across this site. I have one but cant remember name. Was an 80s movie. I think it was a boy and his mom. I remember they picked up an Eastern European girl. She liked the boy but he was oblivious to her advances. Once she fell and made him brush off her jumpsuit bottom. She made a comment about how it looked but went over his head. Anyone know what title it could be?

  11. Jericho, the man in the high castle, logans run, the giver, the last ship, falling skies, revolution, the 100

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