Disaster Movies



I can’t think of a film genre more polarizing than the disaster film in modern times. There have been so many disaster films, both in C and B-grade film categories along with a couple of big-budget ...

San Andreas


I adore disaster films. I pretty much adore everything they bring to the table. Since I first saw The Poseidon Adventure and Towering Inferno, two outstanding popcorn films that maintained a high ...

The Perfect Storm


After the release of Titanic, people were really into films based on true stories/myths that depicted disasters happening at sea. There were a bunch of copycat films that came out from that ...



I am a huge fan of Roland Emmerich and I could not have been any more excited for Moonfall. I swear every movie that I went to see in the theatre from November until January had a Moonfall trailer. ...

Don’t Look Up


I knew that Don't Look Up was going to be a movie that I loved! This is brought to us by Adam McKay and it is a fantastic piece of satire that is so fitting given today's political climate and social ...

The Day After Tomorrow


Disaster films (and such is The Day After Tomorrow), due to the premise alone focusing mostly on the spectacle itself, are often disasters in terms of quality, or at best, semi-disasters. Not to say ...



Michael Bay and disaster or destruction walk the same path, be it the literal disaster that his films depict, or the disaster that his films mostly are as a quality. If there's a director who fits ...



Disaster films have always been somewhat shortsighted when it comes to their stories. These films focus entirely on showing devastating events to the maximum of their capabilities, while not really ...



Titanic is a downloadable epic romance film produced by Paramount Pictures, 20th Century Fox, and Lightstorm Entertainment. The film is a portrayal of the actual Titanic ship which sunk on 14th April ...