Post-Apocalyptic Movie Time

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We just put out a press release announcing ‘A Post-Apocalyptic Film Festival Presented by Fallout 3′ that we’ve put together in conjunction with The American Cinematheque and Geek Monthly. The festival is a two-day event taking place at the Aero Theatre in Los Angeles, and will feature the following post-apocalyptic favorites:

Friday, August 22nd (beginning at 7PM Pacific Time)

Saturday, August 23rd (beginning again at 7PM PT)

If you’re in the area and dig the genre, you’ll want to check it out. Tickets will be available on Fandango.com beginning July 25.

Reader Comments

  1. Ok, I’m sorry, but Wizards is an awful, awful movie. EXCEPT! It does have THE BEST ending/final fight in a movie ever. One of those situations where you finally can’t take anymore, you stand up to turn off the tv, and the ending comes along and makes it all worthwhile.

    This crazy amalgam makes the movie bearable. One of those weird paradoxes of movie.

  2. [Ok, I’m sorry, but Wizards is an awful, awful movie. EXCEPT! It does have THE BEST ending/final fight in a movie ever. One of those situations where you finally can’t take anymore, you stand up to turn off the tv, and the ending comes along and makes it all worthwhile.

    This crazy amalgam makes the movie bearable. One of those weird paradoxes of movie.

    Left by Brandon on July 11th, 2008]

    It does take some getting used to. I look at it as more a movie of symbolic imagery dealing with alot of subjects like war propaganda and sterilizing over ritualizing of some religions like the scene with the two Rabbis doing a ritual for every little thing all the while the end of the world is right outside their door which they could have done something about if they didnt have their heads buried in the sand.

    What no ROBOT MONSTER or GORATH? What kind of a festival isss this?

  3. You all aren’t putting one on in the DC area? For shame! We Marylanders see how it is Bethesda. No love for the locals.

    You could make it up to me by including Calvert County in Fallout 3 though. Mutated Brahmin ranches fit well with the county’s rural nature during the timeline split of the real/fallout universe.

  4. Here’s a couple:
    Dr. Strangelove or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
    The Day After
    Planet of the Apes
    Testament