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Top 7 Post-Apocalyptic Movies and TV Shows That Aren’t Even Real


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Even if you think you’ve seen every single post-apocalyptic movie and TV show in existence, there are always a few that slip under the radar. But what if those shows aren’t even real in the first place?

Thanks to the site, there’s now a compendium of fake movies, TV shows, documentaries, cartoons, and game shows that appeared within another film or show down the line. And much to our amusement, there’s a whole section for post-apocalyptic media as well.

Nestflix is made to closely mimic Netflix, right down to the categories and “You Might Also Like” suggestions. It’s a brilliant site that can easily swallow up a few hours of your day… so make sure you only view it at work.

Browsing through the site, I compiled a list of the best post-apocalyptic fakes listed. It is important to note that Nestflix’s catalogue isn’t 100% complete yet and they’re always looking to expand. The site has become so popular that they’ve actually temporarily closed submissions while they catch up with new entries. Now that’s a good problem to have!

Follow along below for the list of best (fake) post-apocalyptic films and TV shows from the site in no particular order:

Jan Michael QuadrantJan Quadrant Vincent 16

From: Rick and Morty, Season 2 Episode 8 (2015)
Synopsis: In a world, where there’s eight Jan-Michael Vincents. And sixteen quadrants. There’s only enough time for a Jan-Michael Vincent to make it to a quadrant. He can’t be in two quadrants at once. It’s time to MIKE down your Vincents.


Zombie HighZombie High

From: iZombie, Season 2 Episode 10 (2016)
Synopsis: What happens when a group of kids face the biggest exam of all: survival.



Two BrothersTwo Brothers

From: Rick and Morty, Season 1 Episode 8 (2014)
Synopsis: Two brothers. In a van. And then a meteor hit. And they ran as fast as they could, from giant cat monsters. And then a giant tornado came. And that’s when things got knocked into 12th gear. A Mexican armada shows up. With weapons made from tomatoes. And you better bet your bottom dollar that these two brothers know how to handle business.



From: Entourage (2015)
Synopsis: A modern take on Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, set in the underground party scene in a dystopian future.




From: Tropic Thunder (2008)
Synopsis: It’s 2013 and the Earth’s rotation has come to a halt. The President has declared all of North America a disaster area. The world calls on the one man who can make a difference.


Scorcher VIScorcher VI: Global Meltdown

From: Tropic Thunder (2008)
Synopsis: In the sixth installment of the Scorcher franchise, the one man who made a difference five times before, is about to make a difference again. Only this time, it’s different. Here we go again. Again.


Mutants of 2051The Mutants of 2051 A.D.

From: Strange Brew (1983)
Synopsis: 2051 A.D. Ten years after World War 4. The earth had been, like, devastated by nuclear war. And today, a mutant has been spotted in the forbidden zone.



I don’t know about you, but I’d watch every one of these. Which is your favorite?

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    Shawn has been infatuated with the post-apocalyptic genre since he wore out his horribly American-dubbed VHS of the original Mad Max as a child. Shawn is the former Editor-in-Chief at, creator of the Aftermath post-apocalyptic immersion event, and author of "AI For All," a guide to navigating this strange new world of artificial intelligence.
    He currently resides on top of a mountain in the middle of nowhere with his wife and four children.

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