That silly plot device of avoiding or surviving an apocalypse seems to be an appropriate use of your last day. Therefore, we encourage you to check out these ten films before the impending rapture. From zombies to aliens, robots, nuclear holocaust, God, disease, stupidity, infertility, supernova, global warming, the Devil, meteors, comets, asteroids, animal uprisings, pirates (and the list continues into infinity) the world will end some way, so we have provided a basic primer via film here. Also, be sure to check out Exit Mundi for even more predictions on how the world will end.
After the humans have all died, machines battle to survive in a post-apocalyptic wasteland.
A Boy and His Dog
After a nuclear holocaust, Vic, along with his telepathic dog named Blood, scrounges the earth for sustenance, only to be harvested for his precious semen.
Gavin plays in God-Mode where you can see him destroying reality.
The Day the Earth Stood Still
A space creature warns Earth of the dangers of our own violence. Can we survive?
By far the most frightening of all scenarios, here we see Clevon’s lineage, a man with an IQ of 80, while Trevor and Carol have an IQ of 140 and a lineage of zero. We breed out the intelligent and promote the stupid. In the future we become so idiotic that we bring about our own demise.
Here we see seven centuries of trash that make the Earth uninhabitable. Laziness might just be our downfall if a robot cannot save us.
Dr. Strangelove: Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
Pay a visit to the war room in this black comedy about an impending nuclear holocaust.
A troubled teen has a lot more on his plate than most his age; including visions of a demonic rabbit, and the end of the world, which is coming in exactly 28 days, 6 hours, 42 minutes, and 12 seconds.
As the doomsday clock gets closer to midnight, a group of morally-bankrupt heroes reunite to stop a deadly conspiracy from destroying the world.
Spend the day in sunny California with an actor, a porn star, a cop, and Justin Timeberlake, as their world teeters on the edge of disaster.
By Guy Stridsigne & Marissa Rose 5/21/11