Apocalyptic Sci-Fi Main

1916 to 1964

1965 to 1981

1995 to 1998

2004 to 2008

2009 to 2010

2011 to Present



As our referenced quote states in SFMZ's Sci-Fi Subgenres A to Z feature, Apocalyptic features holocaust-like stories focus on the end of the world, or the world just after the end. This sub-genre usually tells the story of humanity's struggle to survive after some form of devastation. The world may be wiped out by plagues, wars, or astronomical bodies, but however it happens, these stories focus on how we cope and the ways in which we rebuild society.

Post-apocalyptic stories are set well after some vast upheaval. Rather than showing the immediate aftermath, these tales depict a new society that has arisen from the ashes, usually here on Earth. Often the survivors remain leery of technology. Post-apocalyptic often take place in an agrarian, non-technological future world, or a world where only scattered elements of technology remain. This sub-genre grew immensely popular in the late '70's and '80's portraying a band of survivors endure tremendous hardships.



APOCALYPTIC


Apocalyptic Sci-Fi
- 1916 to 1959


The Day the Earth
Caught Fire - 1961


Crack in the World - 1965


Deep Impact - 1998

Armageddon - 1998

The Day After Tomorrow - 2004

2012 - 2009

Melancholia - 2011



POST-APOCALYPTIC


Panic in the Year Zero - 1962


The Last Man on Earth - 1964


A Boy and His Dog - 1975


Mad Max Trilogy - 1979 to 1985


Escape From New York - 1981


Waterworld - 1995


I am Legend - 2007


Doomsday - 2008


9 (Nine) - 2009


Terminator Salvation - 2009


The Road - 2009


The Book of Eli - 2010


The Colony - 2013


Snowpiercer - 2013


Oblivion - 2013


Mad Max: Fury Road - 2015




Apocalyptic Sci-Fi Main

1916 to 1964

1965 to 1981

1995 to 1998

2004 to 2008

2009 to 2010

2011 to Present



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