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MegaDude

I've been a fan of the post-apocalyptic genre for as long as I can remember. Shows like Logan's Run, Ark II and Thundarr the Barbarian started me down the road. Movies like The Day After and Threads kept me going. And books like Alas, Babylon, Earth Abides and The Stand sealed the deal. I still try to keep up with new releases in the genre, but a good old-fashioned plague or nuclear apocalypse is still my favorite.

Knock (X Minus One)

Based on the short story by Frederick Brown the story starts and ends with “The last man on Earth sat alone in a room. There was a knock on the door…”

The Day the Sky Exploded (1958)

Released in 1958, The Day the Sky Exploded is regarded as the first Italian scifi film, The film tells how scientists discover that a group of meteors are hurtling on a collision course with Earth, causing global scale disasters: tidal waves, wind, fire storms and earthquakes.

Podcast at Ground Zero

Podcast at Ground Zero is your destination for the apocalyptic genre in all of its forms. Covering various topics from books, TV, movies, analog and digital games, music and much more. As well as featuring guests and co-hosts from the apocalypse.

Just watched Mad Max

After listening to the original story by Broken Sea and the discussion on the Through the Aftermath podcast, I’ve been wanting to watch Mad Max again, and finally got the chance tonight.