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Old 10-26-2018, 12:03 PM
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Default Some good SHTF movies you can recommend?

Like all of us, I enjoy to be entertained. With that, what are some good SHTF or end time, armaghedon, survival, Hope-lost type movies you can recommend?

I like some of the classics:

“Red Dawn” (original)
“Escape from New York” with Kurt Russell
“The Road” with Viggo Mortensen;
“I am Legend” with Will Smith
“The Walking Dead” (of course!)
“A quiet place” with John Krasinski
“All is lost” with Robert Redford

...just to name a few. They don’t have to be “real,” but they have to be “real good.” Again, it’s for entertainment purposes only, even if anti gun libtard actors star in them.

Thanks for your recommendations.
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“Jericho” on Netflix
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10 Cloverfield Lane. It was different. Thought John Goodman did a good job.
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^ I liked the movie The Road but it's much better as a book or audiobook. I think the audiobook is available free on YouTube as well.
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" A Boy And His Dog " ... it's a short book they turned into a movie starring a teenage Don Johnson and a dog that could psychically talk to him in the post-apocalypse Wasteland. It's the only movie that I know of that's mainly focused on the anti-hero man looking for women for sex / rape with tons of violence that was given a PG-13 rating and the film producers had to go back and ask for a more adult rating.

It's also available on YouTube.... https://youtu.be/CyFC_rFobX8

But I'd recommend listening to the audio book there first and seeing how Hollywood did what they could to copy it....

https://youtu.be/WYIgDzWL2gc


Both the book and the movie have cool guns to check out, gratuitous violence and a psychic talking dog... What more could you ask for?

I'll also throw out the Book of Eli, but I imagine most people have seen that as it's more recent.

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Before "I Am Legend" was made, there was "The Omega Man" and "The Last Man On Earth" based on the same book.


Some of the ones from my collection from over the years...

"Bushwick"

"Def-Con 4"

"No Blade Of Grass"

"By Dawns Early Light"

"The World, The Flesh, And The Devil"

"Threads"

"When Worlds Collide"

"Turnagain Armageddon"

"The Noah"

All of George Romero's "The Living Dead" series of movies...
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"28 Days Later" is incredible. Similar to "I am Legend" but scarier.
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Tomorrow When The War Began (Netflix)
Battle: Los Angeles
28 Days Later
Stakeland
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"The Survivalist" on Netflix was pretty good. The girl wasn't too bad either.


Edit: be advised, unnecessary phallic scenes.

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I just caught "how it ends" on Netflix. Pretty decent, Forest Whittaker [spl check]
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Damnation Alley.
The Day After.
As some have of mentioned:
Tomorrow When The War Began-This one, movie kinda better than the book. The novels are for teens.
The Omega Man- the original book is the best but Heston did a great job.
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Red Dawn- The original is classic.
10 Cloverfield Lane- I agree, Goodman did a hella of a job.
A Boy and His Dog- I agree, both book and movie.
Jericho- First season was decent, not so much afterwards.
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Already done... https://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/...d.php?t=980287



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Like all of us, I enjoy to be entertained. With that, what are some good SHTF or end time, armaghedon, survival, Hope-lost type movies you can recommend?

I like some of the classics:

“Red Dawn” (original)
“Escape from New York” with Kurt Russell
“The Road” with Viggo Mortensen;
“I am Legend” with Will Smith
“The Walking Dead” (of course!)
“A quiet place” with John Krasinski
“All is lost” with Robert Redford

...just to name a few. They don’t have to be “real,” but they have to be “real good.” Again, it’s for entertainment purposes only, even if anti gun libtard actors star in them.

Thanks for your recommendations.
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Yugo did do a good job with that list.

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Ok this is what we have so far. I will keep adding if you do

ALL ZOMBIE MOVIES
Omega Man
The Road
Right at your Door
Defiance
Tremors
Trigger Effect
On The Beach (old and New)
They Live
Battle Los Angeles
The Rover
The mist
The book of Eli
The Day After
Dawn of the Dead
World War Z
War of the Worlds (original)
The Last Days (Spanish)
When worlds collide.
Children of men
The Stand
In the mouth of madness
Them
Threads
Mad Max (all)
Invaders From Mars
Forbidden Planet
Day after Tomorrow
Postman
Doomsday
Maximum Overdrive
Tomorrow, When he War Began
Stake Land
28 Days Later
The Crazies
Hell
Snowpiercer
Jericho TV series
Z Nation TV series
Revolution TV series
The Strain TV series
The Last Ship TV series
Invasion of the Body Snatchers
Logans Run
Soylent Green
Water World
boy and his dog
open grave
Contagion
The Giver
Devil at the Door
They Live
The Machine
Terminator (all) (new one coming 2015)
Goodbye World
Phase 7
Blade runner
All is Lost
No Blade of Grass
Fido
City of Ember
Day of the Triffids
Crack in the World
Six String Samurai
Day the World Ended
The Day the Earth Caught Fire
Damnation Alley
Logan's Run
The Ultimate Warrior
Zardoz
The Blood of Heroes
The Quiet Earth
Things to Come (1936)
The World, The Flesh, and the Devil
Delicatessen
The Bed-Sitting Room
Le Dernier Combat
Tank Girl
Time of the Wolf
Left Behind - World At War (2005)
Happy People: A Year in the Taiga (2010)
The Colony (TV Series)
Idiocracy (Just Cause I Can)
Swiss Family Robinson (1960)
Papillon
Stranded
Robinson Crusoe on Mars
The Night Of the Comet
The Flight of the Phoenix (1965,2005)
12 Monkeys
Man in the Wilderness
Survivors (TV Series)
Last Man On Earth
Def Con 4
The Strain (TV series)

Before 1950 (4)

Deluge
End of the World
The End of the World
Things to Come

1950-1959 (11)

Day the World Ended
The Day the Earth Stood Still
Five
Invasion of the Body Snatchers
The Lost Missile
On the Beach
Robot Monster
The War of the Worlds
When Worlds Collide
The World, the Flesh and the Devil
World Without End

1960-1969 (20)

Battle of the Worlds
The Bed-Sitting Room
Beyond the Time Barrier
Crack in the World
The Creation of the Humanoids
The Day the Earth Caught Fire
Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
Fail-Safe
In the Year 2889
La Jetée
Last Woman on Earth
The Last Man on Earth
The Last War
Night of the Living Dead
Panic in Year Zero!
Planet of the Apes
The Time Machine
The Time Travelers
The War Game
This Is Not a Test

1970-1979 (32)

A Boy and His Dog
The Andromeda Strain
Battle for the Planet of the Apes
Beneath the Planet of the Apes
Beware! The Blob
Black Moon
Colossus: The Forbin Project
Conquest of the Planet of the Apes
Damnation Alley
Dawn of the Dead
End of the World
Escape from the Planet of the Apes
The Final Programme (The Last Days of Man on Earth)
Gas-s-s-s
Holocaust 2000
Invasion of the Body Snatchers
The Last Wave
The Late, Great Planet Earth
Logan's Run
Mad Max
The Noah
No Blade of Grass
Omega Man
Phase IV
Quintet
Ravagers
Silent Running
Soylent Green
The Shape of Things to Come
The Ultimate Warrior
Where Have All The People Gone?
Wizards
Zardoz

1980-1989 (32)

The Apple
Das Arche Noah Prinzip
The Blood of Heroes
Bunker Palace Hôtel
Cherry 2000
Cyborg
The Day After
The Dead Zone
Le Dernier Combat
Def-Con 4
Escape from New York
Flash Gordon
Land of Doom
Mad Max 2 (The Road Warrior)
Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome
Malevil
The Martian Chronicles (TV miniseries)
Millennium
Miracle Mile
Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind
Night of the Comet
The Quiet Earth
The Seventh Sign
The Terminator
Testament
The Thing
Threads
Virus
Battletruck
When the Wind Blows
World War III

1990-1999 (31)

12 Monkeys
Armageddon
The Arrival
By Dawn's Early Light
Deep Impact
Delicatessen
Dogma
End of Days
The End of Evangelion
Escape from L.A.
The Handmaid's Tale
Hardware
In the Mouth of Madness
Independence Day
Invasion
Last Night
The Matrix
Neon City
The Omega Code
The Postman
The Prophecy
The Prophecy 2
The Rapture
Six String Samurai
Sentinel 2099
Solar Crisis
Split Second
The Stand
Tank Girl
Terminator 2
Waterworld
Without Warning

2000-2009 (59)

2012
28 Days Later
28 Weeks Later
9
A.I. Artificial Intelligence
Æon Flux (film)
Babylon A.D.
Blue Gender
Blindness
Battlestar Galactica: The Plan
Carriers
Children of Men
The Core
The Dark Hour
Dawn of the Dead
The Day After Tomorrow
The Day the Earth Stood Still
Doomsday
Dragon Head
Dreamcatcher
Earth 2100
Fail Safe
Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within
The Happening
Happy End
I Am Legend
Idiocracy
The Invasion
Knowing
Land of the Dead
Left Behind
Lost Souls
Megiddo: The Omega Code 2
On the Beach
Pandorum
The Prophecy 3: The Ascent
The Prophecy: Forsaken
Reign of Fire
Resident Evil
Resident Evil: Apocalypse
Resident Evil: Extinction
Returner
Right at Your Door
The Road
Save the Green Planet!
Shaun of the Dead
Solar Attack
Southland Tales
Supervolcano
Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines
Terminator Salvation
The Time Machine
Titan A.E.
Tooth and Nail
WALL-E
War of the Worlds
Watchmen
Time of the Wolf
Zombieland

2010-2019 (42)

4:44 Last Day on Earth
Cockneys vs Zombies
After Earth
After the Dark
Arctic Blast
Battle: Los Angeles
The Book of Eli
Cloud Atlas
The Colony
Contagion
The Darkest Hour
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
The Day
Daybreakers
The Divide
Dredd
Deadheads
Edge of Tomorrow
Enormous
Godzilla
Goodbye World
Die Gstettensaga: The Rise of Echsenfriedl
Hell
The Host
How I Live Now
Interstellar
Juan of the Dead
Legion
Maximum Shame
The Maze Runner (film)
Melancholia
Monsters
Oblivion
Pacific Rim
Rapture-Palooza
Red Dawn
Resident Evil: Afterlife
Resident Evil: Retribution
Rise of the Planet of the Apes
Seeking a Friend for the End of the World
Skyline
Snowpiercer
Stake Land
Take Shelter
These Final Hours
This Is the End
Tomorrow, When the War Began
Vanishing on 7th Street
War of the Dead
Warm Bodies
World War Z
The World's End
Zombieworld
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HELL in THE PACIFIC (1968)

During World War II, Japanese naval officer Captain Tsuruhiko Kuroda (Toshirô Mifune) is stranded on a remote island in the Pacific Ocean.

RESCUE DAWN (2007)

During the Vietnam War, German-born US pilot Dieter Dengler is shot down over Laos and taken prisoner.
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The Last Ship (the book, not the show) was pretty awesome..

The Beach about the US sub that makes it to AU after the nukes.. good as well
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"All is Lost" staring Robert Redford is a joke, VHF radio offshore when it should have been a SSB, patches a big hole in the hull with one layer of fiberglass cloth, right. The movie is a joke to anyone that has spent anytime at sea. I turned it off, absolutely stupid movie with no basis in reality. Redford must have been hard for money.


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Like all of us, I enjoy to be entertained. With that, what are some good SHTF or end time, armaghedon, survival, Hope-lost type movies you can recommend?

I like some of the classics:

“Red Dawn” (original)
“Escape from New York” with Kurt Russell
“The Road” with Viggo Mortensen;
“I am Legend” with Will Smith
“The Walking Dead” (of course!)
“A quiet place” with John Krasinski
“All is lost” with Robert Redford

...just to name a few. They don’t have to be “real,” but they have to be “real good.” Again, it’s for entertainment purposes only, even if anti gun libtard actors star in them.

Thanks for your recommendations.
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The day after

The night of the comet. Dumb, but fun back in the 80's

Legion

The Crazies

Tv show.. The Last man on earth

Invasion of the body snatchers (1978)

Mad Max beyond thunder dome

Shackleton

The Revenant

The Martian

Jungle

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Not sure if this counts as SHTF, more horror (Mean Aliens "Greys" vs a few buddies that have a tiger by the tail) but I thought it was really good, very underrated movie and most people never heard of it. If you have not seen it, give it a go. Also there is a guy with lots of guns, walmart ammo cans and a make shift bunker, so most of you will be able to relate.

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28 Days Later.
28 Weeks Later.

Gotta admit, those fast-running energized zombie scared the heck out of me...

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Zombieland.

What a charming SHTF movie, with wisdom. (Rule 32: Enjoy The Little Things.)
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28 Weeks Later.

Gotta admit, those fast-running energized zombie scared the heck out of me...
Zombie movies are usually dumb. Those two are an exception. First rate flicks.
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The Road is the biggest KYS movie I've ever seen.
Also, Hitchhikers guide to the galaxy!
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PS. Shouldn't we also count all the Superhero and Transformers movies? Every movie, millions die just so we can have a an special effects explosive bukakke finale.
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I also really enjoyed those two and was hoping they were going to continue with 28 months later.
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Jeezzz I wish they still would....
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Like all of us, I enjoy to be entertained. With that, what are some good SHTF or end time, armaghedon, survival, Hope-lost type movies you can recommend?

I like some of the classics:


“A quiet place” with John Krasinski
Thanks for that....just watched it and it was really decent....
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THE EDGE staring Anthony Hopkins (1997)

An intellectual billionaire and two lesser men struggle to band together and survive after getting stranded in the Alaskan wilderness with a blood-thirsty Kodiak Bear hunting them down.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h1npwdbl8UQ

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Into The Forest is a good sleeper. It's about a father and 2 grown sisters who are living on the outskirts of town when the power grid goes down. Not a high budget film, but well done.
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horrible.
the 100th was entertainting
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Dr. Strangelove or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the ....
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Not really SHTF, but temp.SHTF.
THE O.G. Zombie flick: Night of the Living Dead (1968) is in the public Domain, and on Youtube (and Hulu?), even the colorized version.
Best twist of it's day, at the end.

"Night of the Living Dead entered the public domain in the United States because the original theatrical distributor, the Walter Reade Organization, neglected to place a copyright indication on the prints.[76] In 1968..."
- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Night_of_the_Living_Dead
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28 Days Later rental is $0.99 on Amazon right now.
https://www.amazon.com/28-Days-Later.../dp/B00C4QLIJK
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World Without End was mentioned previously.

Busts me up how the crew of the crashed space ship are kitted out with 1911 magazine pouches but are carrying .38s.



That's a very young Rod Taylor with the bazooka. Sc Fi standby Hugh Marlow is to his right (Earth v. Flying Saucers)
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