Geostorm, starring Gerard Butler, is a mess of a disaster movie – but a deliciously ridiculous and sometimes quite entertaining mess.
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Thailand’s 2022 Tsunami features the inundation of Bangkok along with fake beards, pet dolphins and the hottest science girls so far.
Yes, it’s the other tornado film of 1996! Bruce Campbell heads a likeable cast in an otherwise underwhelming TV disaster movie.
Global freeze threatens in this rather unimaginative eco-disaster from down under.
A cheap and silly eco-disaster film featuring some good actors in bad surroundings.
Admit it: Deep inside you’ve always wondered what His Girl Friday would be like if it had been a disaster movie.
Here’s another coming attraction to keep an eye on: Arctic Blast is an Australian film currently in post-production and set for release in late May 2010. Director Brian Trenchard-Smith is well-known among fans of...
2012 delivers some of the biggest, most spectacularly over-the-top destruction sequences ever committed to film.
Meanwhile, I came across news about an upcoming disaster movie called Ice, based on a 1970’s novel by James Follett. What caught my attention was the fact that Sam Neill is set to star,...
Roland Emmerich’s The Day After Tomorrow has taken quite a bit of flak for being scientifically preposterous. But if you want a well-reasoned and credible discussion about climate change, may I suggest An Inconvenient Truth or something similar? Meanwhile, if you want to see giant waves drench New York City and equally huge tornadoes ripping Los Angeles to shreds, here’s a movie for you.