The films described below are the most frightening you will ever come across as depicted by the chilling effects they impact on the audience given the fact they are different from horror movies as they contain some sense of truth meaning their displays are possible in reality. While the fear of nuclear warfare died, when…
On July 16th, 1945, the first atomic bomb test, Trinity, was detonated at the White Sands Missile Range in south central New Mexico. This event was the bang of a starting gun for B-movie makers everywhere who saw visions of mutants, plagues, nuclear holocaust, empty cities covered in gray ash; and mushroom clouds rising like dollar signs on the screens of drive-ins everywhere.
Yes, yes – certainly the event ushered in an age of bleak, rampant paranoia wherein the potential for hemisphere-wide destruction was suddenly possible. But at the end of the day, it is the films that are important. And the TV shows. This blog is a celebration of that time and place when monsters destroyed whole cities, insects the size of dinosaurs clambered over the desert sands, and Rod Serling warned us of the signpost up ahead.
After-hour Rants and Nuclear Articles
A Warning For Future
Have you ever imagined how future would be? For someone living in 50s or 60s, promise of interstellar exploration, meaningful medical breakthroughs and promises of interstellar exploration meant future. We are more worried of where the advances in science and technology will take us more than anything else. Taking a “U” turn into a horrible place that would dictate the end of our destiny is the most gripping issue that is concerning researchers and activists a lot lately.
Are They Worth The Making?
Millions of dollars are spent in making apocalypse movies which portray how the world would end or how survival would seem like. Have you ever stopped and wondered that is it worth spending millions of dollars in creating a nuclear holocaust movie? Are these movies worth your hard earned money? The end of World War II transformed the history of our world forever.
Must-see Classics – Nuclear Movies From 50s/60s
Different Styles Cinema!
My Family Pies (adult) – when some family members are sticking with each other more than others… This series is fantasy of living inside a step-family, new generation of broken families united again, but with siblings that are sexually attracted to each other. Crazy? For sure, because in weekly episodes you are going to experience to most absurd situations leading to step-sibling love.
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