Best new Post-Apocalyptic movies in 2019 & 2018 (Netflix, Prime, Hulu & Cinema List)
List of the latest post-apocalyptic movies in 2019 and the best post-apocalyptic movies of 2018 & the 2010's. Top post-apocalyptic movies to watch on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime & other Streaming services, out on DVD/Blu-ray or in cinema's right now.
New post-apocalyptic movies in 2019 in Cinema & on VOD
Top movies up for release in 2019 in cinema and on VOD
DIRECTOR: James Gray CAST: Brad Pitt, Tommy Lee Jones & Ruth Negga More a movie about the prevention of the apocalypse, this sci-fi drama evolves around an astronaut who travels to a faraway planet to find his long lost father. His father, hiding in a defunct power plant, knows/does something that could possibly destroy all civilization on earth. Read more Watch the trailer of Ad Astra Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates
DIRECTOR: Christian Rivers CAST: Hugo Weaving
Robert Sheehan |Produced by Peter Jackson, this New Zealand dystopian epic could very well become the 'Mad Max' of 2018. Taking place after the so-called 60 Minutes War, the earth is almost out of natural resources. Autonomous city states on giant wheels crawl the surface of the earth, fighting each other over food and resources. Read more Watch the trailer of Mortal Engines RATING: 84/100 Stream Mortal Engines via: All Release dates
DIRECTOR: Jee-woon Kim CAST: Woo-sung Jung, Dong-won Gang, Hyo-ju HanBased on a story by Mamoru Oshii (the man behind the 1995 manga classic 'Ghost in the Shell'), 'Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade' takes place in the distant future. North and South Korea are united. But things do not go smoothly, with uprisings on both sides. When total chaos seems inevitable, a team of special forces is set up. Read more Watch the trailer of Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade RATING: 80/100 Stream Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade via: 'All Release dates
DIRECTOR: Reed Morano CAST: Peter Dinklage, Elle FanningThe human race has been wiped out, except for Del (Peter Dinklage). in a small town, he lives a simple life, always alone. Which he likes the best. When all of a sudden a young girl (Elle Fanning) appears, he is baffled and wants her to go, but she insists to stay. Read more Watch the trailer of I Think We’re Alone Now Stream I Think We’re Alone Now via: 'All Release dates
Nothing displays the streng of humans like when they are left to their own devices. Tons of movies play with the post-apocalyptic genre, but only some of them rise above the zombie or action flick, and show us something more about what it means to be a human.