This week’s YouTube round-up features more films, a book and game review, a real post-apocalyptic multi-tool build, and more!
Hometown movie (Feature Version)
This 43-minute indie movie is the latest cut of a post-apocalyptic lone-wolf story that focuses on a man surviving after the end of the world. He meets a dog, he meets hostile people, but mainly he’s just trying to survive and figure things out.
Airborne: The Ripper — Post-Apocalyptic Alien Short Film
Aliens have invaded Earth and Jack is trying to figure out what happened to the rest of his squad. The folks at Xelot Films say that they plan to make several more films in this same universe in the future. Unless aliens attack, of course.
Post Apocalyptic Multitool Build
There’s nothing cooler than real-world post-apocalyptic tools that have a practical purpose. YouTuber CrudeButEfficient accepted the challenge thrown down by Lindsay Murphy of Lindsay Creative to build a post-apocalyptic prop, but he took it one step further with the realism. This video shows off his complete build process from start to finish, as well as some practical uses for the multi-tool.
Bird Box Novel Review
Kaitlin of Loosely Bound gives her full review on the Bird Box novel by Josh Malerman that was adapted into a Netflix movie in 2018. And as soon as you finish watching this review, don’t forget to read our review of the sequel, Malorie.
Sweet Tooth – Volume 1: Out Of The Deep Woods (2010) – Full Comic Story & Review
This is a timely video considering the fact that we just wrote about the newly announced Netflix adaptation of Sweet Tooth yesterday. If you need to catch up with what the Sweet Tooth comic is all about, this is the place to start.
Caravaneer 2 Gameplay Review
Caravaneer 2 is an open world post-apocalyptic trading RPG with turn-based battles set in the desert wasteland. The original Caravaneer was a hit game from 2007 but this sequel is from 2014. YouTuber Nookrium plays through a good chunk of the game, showing off the main features and giving his thoughts along the way.
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