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Frogtown II (1992)

The 1992 movie Frogtown II, also known as Return To Frogtown, is a low-budget comedy and post-apocalyptic sci-fi movie directed by Donald Jackson. The sequel to Hell Comes To Frogtown, the movie tells the story of a destroyed future earth where mutated frogmen fight the remaining humans. The movie was followed by a further sequel… read more »

2020 Texas Gladiators (1982)

The film 2020 Texas Gladiators, known in Italy as Texas 2000, is a 1982 post-apocalyptic film shot in Italy. It was directed by Joe D’Amato and written by George Eastman. The movie stars Sabrina Siani, Al Cliver, Harrison Muller and Daniel Stephen. Plot Summary After wars and disasters, the world is destroyed, and in typical… read more »

Equalizer 2000 (1987)

The 1987 film Equalizer 2000 is a post-apocalyptic action film, shot in the Philippines and directed by Cirio Santiago. One of the more popular post-apocalyptic 1980s action movies, in the same vein as Mad Max. Starring Richard Norton, Don Gordon Bell, Corinne Wahl, with a special appearance from Robert Patrick (the legendary actor from blockbuster films… read more »

Endgame – Bronx lotta finale (1983)

The 1983 film Endgame – Bronx lotta finale is an Italian post-apocalyptic film directed by Joe D’Amato under a pseudonym, the same director as classic cult films like the Ator series and Troll 3. Plot Summary After a nuclear war, New York City is full of radiation. Scavengers and mutants live in the city, all… read more »

Warriors of the Wasteland (1983)

The 1983 film Warriors of the Wasteland (also known as The New Barbarians and I nuovi barbari) is a post-apocalyptic film that was produced in Italy and later distributed in the United States. It was filmed in several months just outside Rome and stars Giancarlo Prete, Fred Williamson, George Eastman, Massimo Vanni, Anna Kanakis, Ennio Girolami and… read more »

Clash of the Warlords (1984)

The 1984 film Clash of the Warlords, also known as Mad Warrior, is a Filipino post-apocalyptic film that is an island clone of Mad Max 3: Beyond Thunderdome. Plot Summary After the third World War, the world is radioactive and most areas are destroyed. However, some people survive on an island in the Pacific in… read more »

The Exterminators of the Year 3000 (1983)

The 1983 film The Exterminators of the Year 3000 is a post-apocalyptic Italian film. The movie was poorly received, but has since gained significant recognition in the cult film world because of it’s similarity to Mad Max, and the low budget method in which it was filmed. The movie stars Robert Iannucci, Alicia Moro, Alan Collins, Eduardo Fajardo, Fred… read more »

Dune Warriors (1990)

The 1990 film Dune Warriors is a Roger Corman-produced post-apocalyptic movie starring David Carradine and Rick Hill. The film is inspired by the Mad Max post-apocalyptic film series and draws imagery from them. Directed by Filipino director Cirio H. Santiago, the movie is a retelling of the classic Seven Samurai/Magnificent Seven, except in this case… read more »

Deathsport (1978)

The 1978 film Deathsport is a science fiction and post-apocalyptic film produced by the famous B-movie director Roger Corman, starring David Carradine, Richard Lynch and Claudia Jennings. The film has since become a cult classic. Plot Summary The movie begins one thousand years from the present. After the Neutron Wars, the world was destroyed. It… read more »

Creepozoids (1987)

The 1987 film Creepozoids is a science fiction and horror movie classic starring Linnea Quigley and Ken Abraham. The movie was directed by David DeCoteau, produced by Charles Band, and filmed on a $75,000 budget. Plot Summary In the year 1998, which was ten years after the film was made, the world has been reduced… read more »

A Nymphoid Barbarian in Dinosaur Hell (1990)

The 1990 film A Nymphoid Barbarian in Dinosaur Hell is a post-apocalyptic science fiction film produced by Troma, starring Linda Corwin. The movie has since become a cult classic. Movie Plot The film takes place in a time after a worldwide apocalypse. A girl named Leah (played by Linda Corwin) is the last woman on earth…. read more »

Neon City (1991)

The 1991 film Neon City is a post-apocalyptic science fiction movie, directed by Monte Markham. This b-movie, which has since become a cult classic, stars a variety of actors including Michael Ironside, the singer Vanity, Valerie Wildman, and Juliet Landau. Plot Summary The film begins far in the future, in the 2050s. The world has… read more »

World Gone Wild (1988)

The 1988 science fiction film World Gone Wild is a 1988 post-apocalyptic film. It was directed by Lee H. Katzin, starring Bruce Dern, Michael Pare, Adam Ant, and Catherine Mary Stewart. It was filmed in the desert in southern Arizona. Plot Summary In the year 2087, the world has been destroyed by nuclear war. There… read more »

Death Race 2000 (1975)

The 1975 film Death Race 2000 is a sscience fiction, dystopian film produced by Roger Corman. It is starring Simone Griffeth, David Carradine, Sylvester Stallone, Leslie McRay, Joyce Jameson and Louisa Moritz. The futuristic stage is set for this epic race to unfold, pairing one man and one woman to each car, as they relentlessly… read more »

Class of Nuke ‘Em High (1986)

The 1986 film Class of Nuke ‘Em High is a science fiction comedy film. Produced by the famous B-movie production company Troma Entertainment, the post-apocalyptic film has become a cult classic. It stars Janelle Brady, Théo Cohan, Arthur Lorenz, Gil Brenton, Brad Dunker and Robert Prichard. Movie Plot In a small town in New Jersey, the… read more »

Necropolis (1986)

The 1986 film Necropolis is a low-budget horror/apocalyptic film directed by Bruce Hickey and filmed in New York City. The film was produced by Charles Band and stars B-movie regular LeeAnne Baker, as well as appearances from other cult film stars like Nadine Hartstein and Norris Culf. Movie Plot A witch named Eva (played by LeeAnne… read more »

Robot Holocaust (1986)

The 1986 film Robot Holocaust is a low-budget post-apocalyptic science fiction film. It was filmed in New York City by director Tim Kincaid. The film was produced by Charles Band. Movie Plot The movie is set in a dystopian city named New Terra, which is supposedly a post-apocalyptic city ruled by the Dark One, a mysterious… read more »

The Ice Pirates (1984)

The 1984 film The Ice Pirates is a comedy science fiction film. It has since become a cult classic. The film was made as a tongue-in-cheek parody of contemporary science fiction post-apocalyptic films, and did well during its theatrical release. Movie Plot In the future, the galaxy is almost devoid of water, making it one of the… read more »

Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone (1983)

The 1983 film Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone is a science fiction post-apocalyptic film shot in 3D. Although rated low by critics, the film has garnered a cult status. It was released one week before The Return of the Jedi, and marketed as a 3D film in order to differentiate itself. Movie Plot The movie begins… read more »