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Anonymous asked in Entertainment & MusicMovies · 1 decade ago

What Are The Best modern Post Apocalyptic Films ?

Like dawn of dead remake, Carriers, I Am Legend remake, stuff like that?

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MODERN silly!

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    20 Years After 2008 Human wars A post apocalyptic fairy tale set 20 years after a nuclear war. Story of a young woman's journey to deliver the first child born in 15 years.[1]

    2019, After the Fall of New York 1983 Human wars

    2020 Texas Gladiators 1982 Human wars [2][3]

    A Boy and His Dog 1975 Human wars A young man and his dog struggle for survival and encounter strife in a harsh, post-apocalyptic wasteland where food and sex are scarcities.

    The Aftermath 1982 Human wars "Zombie Aftermath" in UK[4]

    Akira 1988 Human wars By Katsuhiro Otomo

    Appleseed 2004 Human wars

    Atomic War Bride 1960 Human wars [5][6]

    Battle for the Planet of the Apes 1973 Human wars

    The Beach Party at the Threshold of Hell 2007 Human wars

    The Bed Sitting Room 1969 Human wars Comedy film following the last people alive in a post-war London destroyed by a nuclear bomb in World War III, which lasted 2 minutes 28 seconds (including the signing of the peace treaty). Originally based on a play by Spike Milligan and John Antrobus.[7][8]

    Beneath the Planet of the Apes 1970 Human wars

    Black Moon 1975 Human wars

    The Blood of Heroes 1989 Human wars

    Captive Women 1952 Human wars The first film to imagine a new primitive society emerging long after a nuclear war. Features three tribes, the "Norms", the "Upriver People", and the "Mutates", fighting in the remains of New York City.[9][10]

    Casshern 2004 Human wars

    Cherry 2000 1987 Human wars

    City Limits 1985 Human wars

    City of Ember 2008 Human wars Based on the book by Jeanne Duprau

    Creepozoids 1987 Human wars

    Cyborg 1989 Human wars

    Cyborg 2 1993 Human wars

    Damnation Alley 1977 Human wars A surviving American ICBM crew sets out across the United States in an armored vehicle in search of survivors in Albany, New York. Loosely based on the novel by Roger Zelazny.

    Dark Enemy 1984 Human wars [11]

    Day the World Ended 1955 Human wars [12][13]

    Dead Man's Letters 1986 Human wars

    Deadly Reactor 1989 Human wars [7][8]

    Death Run 1987 Human wars

    Deathlands: Homeward Bound 2003 Human wars Based on the book series Deathlands

    Deathsport 1978 Human wars

    Def-Con 4 1985 Human wars

    Delicatessen 1991 Human wars By Jean-Pierre Jeunet and Marc Caro

    Dr. Strangelove 1964 Human wars By Stanley Kubrick, adapting the novel Red Alert by Peter George.

    Empire of Ash II 1989 Human wars

    Empire of Ash III 1989 Human wars

    Empire of Ash 1988 Human wars

    The End of August at the Hotel Ozone 1967 Human wars Czech title: Konec srpna v Hotelu Ozon [14][15]

    Endgame 1983 Human wars [16]

    Equilibrium 2002 Human wars After barely surviving yet another worldwide conflict, mankind rejects all emotion and outlaws all forms of expression which might encourage emotional response.

    Escape From New York 1981 Human wars

    Escape from L.A. 1996 Human wars

    Exterminators of the Year 3000 1983 Human wars [17][18][19]

    The Final War 1960 Human wars By Shigeaki Hidaka, a Japanese film about a third world war started when the US accidentally drops a nuclear bomb on South Korea (Japanese title: Dai-sanji sekai taisen: Yonju-ichi jikan no kyofu).[20][21]

    Fist of the North Star 1986 Human wars

    Fist of the North Star 1995 Human wars

    Five 1951 Human wars By Arch Oboler, the first film to show the aftermath of a nuclear war, centered on a group of five survivors.[22][23]

    Genesis II 1973 Human wars By Gene Roddenberry, later remade as unsuccessful TV pilot Planet Earth

    Glen and Randa 1971 Human wars [24][25]

    The Handmaid's Tale 1990 Human wars

    Hardware 1990 Human wars

    Hell Comes to Frogtown 1987 Human wars

    Human Highway 1982 Human wars

    In the Year 2889 1967 Human wars A remake of the 1955 film Day the World Ended

    Invasion USA 1952 Human wars

    Journey to the Center of Time 1967 Human wars [26][27]

    Judge Dredd 1995 Human wars

    La città dell'ultima paura 1975 Human wars [28]

    La Jetée 1962 Human wars By Chris Marker.

    The Last Man on Earth 1964 Human wars This is the first film adaptation based on Richard Matheson's 1954 novel, I Am Legend.

    The Last War 1961 Human wars By Shuei Matsubayashi, another Japanese film about World War III (Japanese title: Sekai daisenso).[29][30]

    Le Dernier Combat 1983 Human wars By Luc Besson

    Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior 1981 Human wars

    Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome 1985 Human wars

    Malevil 1981 Human wars Film version directed by Christian de Chalonge. Starring Michel Serrault, Jacques Dutronc and Jean-Louis Trintignant.

    Mindwarp 1990 Human wars

    Miracle Mile 1988 Human wars

    Mutant Chronicles 2008 Human wars Based on the Mutant Chronicles RPG

    Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind 1984 Human wars By Hayao Miyazaki

    The Noah 1975 Human wars By Daniel Bourla. An American soldier becomes the sole survivor of a nuclear war.

    The Omega Man 1971 Human wars An immune survivor of a biological/nuclear war battles plague-altered quasi-vampires bent on erasing all vestiges of science and technology. The movie is based on Richard Matheson's 1954 novel, I Am Legend.

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  • tja
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    1 decade ago

    Well, there's some zombie movies. I liked 28 days later and 28 weeks later. Road is more reality based/tragic movie--no zombies. However, the humans themselves become very selfish, and it's exciting to watch the movie for that.

    I also like Zombieland. It's a funny movie, so it's a change.

    Resident Evil is ok.

    Dead Snow is cool too; it's gory.

    Shaun of the Dead is making fun of Dawn of the Dead, and it's pretty amusing.

    This website will help a lot!

    http://www.zombieplace.com/zombie-movies

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    You have to watch The Road Warrior starring a young Mel Gibson. It inspired a lot of post apocalyptic films. The video below is the opening scene. Enjoy!

  • 1 decade ago

    The Noah

    The Quiet Earth

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