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 you watch these movies, you instantly associate them with the Cold War. These movies fall under the war genre and contain disturbing images that may leave some audience sleepless. There is no particular order in the way these movies have been arranged as their intention is induce the effect fear to those that love nuclear apocalypse movies.
Growl Boyz (2018) / Project Closed
Growl Boyz might be a surprising pick for a war themed movies, because… well, it isn’t one. Instead, the growling boyz focus on presenting an ancient look on homosexuality and cults that grew up around it. As you might be not aware, ancient times of Greece and Rome were rich for many secret societies that engaged in questionable sexual movements. Growling boyz are the ones that thought wearing furry masks, and acting like some kind of animals during intercourse is going to make them satyr-like super-powered specimen. Well, be it fiction or not, it’s up to you to judge today’s interpretation in this adults-only gay series.
Missionary Boys (2018/2019)
Have you heard about Mormon Boyz? If you are a fan of gay adult entertainment you must be aware of this series. It’s already 500 episodes long and recently it received a rebranding. Name has been changed to Missionary Boys, but everything else stays the same. Hot, naive and innocent boys are staying in front of the Order’s door. They want to join the cult so bad, they are ready to do anything it takes. And believe us, procedures taken by leadership are strict, graphic and involve a lot of homosexual acts. Sounds interesting? Join the mission. It is continued every week.
Dr. Strangelove (1964)
Dr. Strangelove is a war comedy by Stanley Kubrick whose idea of putting what he assumed were the effects of the nuclear war between the United States and the Soviet Union into motion picture. He was amused as is evidenced in most of his statements and one must think he was following his excitement on global destruction with a subsequent release of the best war satire of all time. Funny enough, the movie inquires what may happen if a general from the U.S army launched a nuclear weapon to the Soviet Union by accident, what would the emergency room headed by the President look like at the particular moment as they seek a means to manage the predicament? The answer is purely insane. The best line in the movie when Peter Sellers calls the President from Russian to explain the issue and the first thing he does is to confirm that they did a stupid thing.
The Miracle Mile (1988)
This movie was released to the market and advertised to bring lots of enjoyment. Relating it to fun became a slogan under the pretext of this movie. In the city of Los Angeles as a mere coincidence a male figure receives a call at a pay phone and the man on the phone avidly tells him that he pushed the nuclear exchange button. He is caught up in a frenzy of what to do with this prior warning but the impending doom leaks out to the city causing chaos. This is a movie thematic to the 1980’s popular trends and also characteristic of a typical LA society back in the day. The fun aspect about it is a twist for some as it is based on a thermo nuclear explosion right at the heart of a big city like LA.
The Road (2009)
This is a movie based on an award winning novel by Cormac McCarthy. It is based on the theme of a nuclear post apocalypse where a man and his son wonder across a wasteland. Unlike popular post-apocalyptic movies, this is based on a horrible twist of events where human interaction is characterized with violence rather than reorganization. The story line is well developed with a very detailed and vivid description of post nuclear effects to the world as we know it. The film is a powerful one focusing on a father and son bond.
The Day After (1983)
This is an all-time classic that still continues to build a gathering up to date. With a recorded coverage to over 100 million people the movie tells of a story of two families in Kansas trying to survive the effects of a nuclear attack. The plot escalates when the shell shocked citizens turn to a government that ceases to function anymore. This is a timeless classic that any follower of nuclear movies should watch.