For years before the pandemic, I was a huge fan of post apocalyptic/dystopian films/TV shows - i.e., movies that took place after some type of devastation/break-down of society/virus/nuclear war/alien invasion, etc. I guess I was fascinated by these types of films/TV shows because I always thought these types of things WERE possible, but never thought anything like this would actually happen.
And, despite our society now having to deal with the terrible COVID-19, I'm actually more interested in re-watching (or watching for the first time) these than I was before. Go figure.
My list (not at all comprehensive). I have already re-watched some of these recently, and will try to watch/re-watch the rest in the coming months - if possible.
28 Days Later
28 Weeks Later
I am Legend
War of the Worlds (2005 re-make)
The Day After
The Hunger Games series
Maze Runner series
Planet of the Apes & Beneath the Planet of the Apes (1968 & 1970)
Rise, Dawn, and War for the Planet of the Apes (2011 - 2017)
Dawn of the Dead (2004 re-make)
Night of the Living Dead, both versions (1968 & 1990)
Day of the Dead (1985)
Diary of the Dead
Land of the Dead
Jeremiah (2002-2003): Interesting series starring the late Luke Perry & Malcolm-Jamal Warner as drifters in a post-apocalyptic North America - taking place 15 years after a devastating virus kills almost everyone past the age of adolescence.
Jericho - Set in the small town/community of Jericho, Kansas after a nuclear war.
The Walking Dead & Fear the Walking Dead - 'nuff said
Last edited by Kyle Reese; 04-15-2020 at 09:48 AM.