In Skyscraper, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson takes on a blazing building full of heavily armed goons in a good-looking but too predictable disaster movie.
Simon West’s unpretentious and entertaining volcano movie Skyfire brings lots of lava and frenzied action.
With Moonfall, Roland Emmerich has crafted a disaster movie that is pretty much a disaster itself.
Geostorm, starring Gerard Butler, is a mess of a disaster movie – but a deliciously ridiculous and sometimes quite entertaining mess.
Theo James and Forest Whitaker star in Netflix original How It Ends. It’s like The Road but pointless.
Earthquake blockbuster San Andreas is enjoyable for the mayhem factor, but totally generic in every other way.
The Wave, the first disaster movie from Scandinavia, offers likeable characters and a huge tsunami devastating a Norwegian fjord.
In all its simplicity, tornado flick Into the Storm is a very entertaining disaster movie. Plus, it’s got a fire twister!
Terry O’Quinn plays oil tycoon with a supremely annoying environmentalist daughter in this too-long made-for-TV feature.
Not quite as much fun as the first film, but Sharknado 2: The Second One will no doubt make most fans of the original movie happy.