Another fun side effect of atomic war: mutant monsters.
The RaptureCometNuclear WarVampires
Hopefully you've brushed up on your Book of Revelations and/or bad Demi Moore movies.
The novel this was based on was adapted into another movie on this list. Different apocalypse, though.
Nuclear WarThe RaptureVirusRobots
Not to be confused with the virus carried by that Outbreak monkey.
Of course, the real issue is the drought brought on by the comet.
FamineSolar FlareGlobal WarmingSatan
Spoiler alert: Satan is Gabriel Byrne.
And no, we will not accept "comet."
AliensDiseaseIce AgeAtomic War
At least Paul Newman looks like he dressed for it.
Global WarmingPeak OilBiological WarfareNuclear War
The scariest part about running out of oil is only having Mel Gibson to guide us.
And then a whole bunch of scary crap happens in space.
It's called the Reaper virus, because subtlety is not one of Doomsday's strengths.
Have you ever been so hungry you'd eat a blade of grass? Exactly.
ZombiesGlobal WarmingSatanNuclear War
The Book of Eli takes place 30 years after a nuclear apocalypse. Time to get it together, guys.
Solar FlareBiological WarfareAliensRobots
Which once again results in killer mutants, as is often the case.
There are aliens, but they're actually just trying to help.
And yes, Soylent Green is people.
AliensRobotsThe RaptureBiological Warfare
More schlock from the man who brought you Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.
DiseasePeak OilEarthquakeIce Age
Imagine being so sick you couldn't even appreciate Yul Brynner's well-oiled chest. Sad.
Biological WarfareAliensNuclear WarRobots
The movie Volcano also featured the Miracle Mile. I'll let you guess what that disaster was.
DiseaseIce AgeRobotsAtomic War
It's like global warming, but backwards. Because science!