“Shelter” a post apocalyptic short film by Lorenzo Scalzo
“A man and a boy, united by chance, wander through a desolate world following the signal of a compass that should lead them to a bunker, safe from the horrors of the outside.”
Swan Song by Robert McCammon Is Maybe The Best Post-Apocalyptic Book Ever Written
So is Swan Song the best post-apocalyptic book ever written? Host and book reviewer Mike takes a look at Robert McCammon’s 1987 thriller to see what makes it so great.
Apocalyptic fantasy and other things you should stop doing
OK, so first of all, I want to say that the whole apocalyptic fantasy world is my ultimate take on the post-apocalyptic genre. That said, it’s important to see other people’s views, or something. This is an interesting look at why the host of this channel thinks that a fantasy world after an apocalypse is not a good idea.
First look at Forever Skies
Forever Skies hasn’t launched yet, but this video shows off some of the reasons why I’m so excited for it. You can even download the demo on Steam and check it out for yourself.
Repella Fella: Prologue – Comedic choose your own adventure in post-apocalyptic Australia
Graeme Games created this video to showcase the studio’s brand new FREE game called Repella Fella. It’s a post-apocalyptic adventure game that’s heavy on the humor and choices. It’s billed as a choose-your-own-adventure game and it looks like a lot of fun.
Bad Movie Review: Warrior of the Lost World
I know I’m not the only one who loves cheesy old 70s and 80s movies. This video is a review of 1984’s Warrior of the Lost World, a film starring Robert Ginty and one of my hometown heroes (Gary, Indiana), Fred Williamson.
“Nuclear Winter” Realistic POST-APOCALYPTIC Winter Diorama | 1/16 Scale
You probably thought I went this whole round-up without mentioning a scale model but here it is! This one is a 1/16 scale winter diorama showing off some great painting and effects techniques.
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