Still entertaining as fuck after more than 40 years, Escape from New York is a post-apocalyptic science fiction masterpiece featuring...
Rather slow and tedious but also atmospheric and immersive, Gold is a post-apocalyptic survival movie offering a healthy dose of escapism.
Ambitious, moody, and visually stunning, Vesper is an indie post-apocalyptic science fiction movie well worth your attention.
Distinctly European, Los Ultimos Dias AKA The Last Days is an engaging and authentic post-apocalyptic movie with great performances.
Featuring sleek visuals, a lot of shootouts and a familiar story, Daylight's End is a forgettable action zombie movie worth watching.
Full of action, bad dialogue, and bad acting, TC 2000 is a guilty pleasure martial arts movie with a post-apocalyptic setting and Bolo Yeung.
Visually impressive, Revolt is a competently done albeit formulaic alien invasion movie elevated by ethereal Lee Pace and exotic African sets.
I think I’ve started this review of the latest Tom Hanks science fiction movie Finch at least a dozen times....
Exploring a familiar theme of robots and humans, Automata offers a very immersive post-apocalyptic atmosphere and great visuals.
Incredibly brutal, dark, and visceral, Cyborg sure is a memorable movie but the story of how it came to be is even better.
Boasting a cyberpunk vibe, Hardware feels like a feverish, post-apocalyptic dream with sudden bouts of sheer terror, ecstasy, and nastiness.
Creative, refreshing, and charming, Hell Comes to Frogtown is vibrant eighties post-apocalyptic movie poking fun at genders, sex, and much more.
Embark on a dangerous journey to the forbidden zone on a distant planet with Spacehunter, a forgotten but entertaining and charming B science fiction movie.
Air is the breath of fresh air in that somewhat stale post-apocalyptic genre. Granted, the execution was a bit wobbly,...
Time loop movies are a thing now and with a gripping atmosphere, great writing, and well-developed characters ARQ is definitely one of the better ones.
Underrated and incredibly stylish, Dead End Drive-In is one of the most authentic post-apocalyptic movies of the eighties with a poignant story about conformism.
Doubling as a road trip movie, Neon City is a decent post-apocalyptic Mad Max ripoff with a fun cast, fully fleshed out world, and a strong western vibe.
Refreshing and visually appealing, Monsters and Love is an entertaining adventure that offers a different perspective on the post-apocalyptic genre.
Parasite is a cheesy low-budget B movie about a scientist trying to find a cure against a deadly parasite while traversing the post-apocalyptic wasteland.
Visceral and gory, Mindwarp is an underrated post-apocalyptic movie that combines this environment with virtual reality and a lot of philosophical motives.