Top Ten Post Apocalyptic Films
1.) The Road Warrior (Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior)
2.) Resident Evil: Extinction
3.) Terminator (Movie Series)
4.) The Road
5.) Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome
6.) Book of Eli
8.) 12 Monkeys
9.) The Day After
"The Road Warrior" is my favorite dystopian or post apocalyptic action film since I was a teenager. My parents didn't let me watch, but I watched two years later. It is very damn good movie. In my dream, I was a lone road warrior riding a post apocalyptic Ford Mustang car in the desert wastelands. I drew my pictures of the road warrior characters as the humans, freaks, and mutants, desert wastelands, cities ruined by World War III/Nuclear War, and post apocalyptic vehicles in the eighties. I would write and create my post apocalyptic graphic novel. Of course, I'm a fan of the dystopian or post-apocalyptic science fiction/action films.
I've watched the documentary TV programs about the dark future, dystopia, or apocalypse in two years. They are History Channel's "Apocalypse Man" and "After Armageddon", Discovery/Science Channel's "Colony", "Doomsday 2012", and "7 Signs of Apocalypse", National Geographic Channel's "Doomsday Preppers", and/or others. They are talking about how to survive at the end of the world.
When I was a kid, I got Marvel Comics' Marvel Team-Up: Spider-Man and Deathlok (Issue 46 - June 1976). I first saw the post apocalyptic New York City where Spider-Man from the past met Deathlok. My mother didn't approve, but she let me
collect and read. Four years later, I watched the animated two-season TV series "Thundarr the Barbarian" on Saturday mornings.
I would visit the Wasteland Weekend soon.