Sometimes you need a quick fix for your post-apocalyptic soul. When that happens, Post-Apocalyptic Media is here to help. According to my research, 99.9% of my readers subscribe to Netflix. Get with the program, Steve from Indiana.
Here is a list of shows available for instant streaming from Netflix as of 10/20/2014.*
I have intentionally left out several low-budget movies, especially from the zombie genre, in order to keep this post at a manageable length. Despite my effort to be fair, inevitably some worthy titles will be left off the list. If so, please leave a comment on this page and I will consider making a revision.**
(Note: Links go to Amazon, so you can read reviews of the shows & movies. You can visit Netflix here.)
Editor’s Choice: Instant Streaming PA Top 10
Nonfiction worth checking out
Stay Away From These!
Starship Troopers II
Attack on Titan
Parts Per Billion
Age of Tomorrow
Other PA – Offered without comment because I haven’t seen them/don’t recall.
AE Apocalypse Earth
Day of the Dead
The Last Man
The Twilight Zone: SN1 EP8: Time Enough At Last
20 Years After
The Last Days
How I Live Now
After the Dark
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Warrior of the Lost World
Harlock Space Pirate
Tomorrow When the War Began
Right at Your Door
Revelation Road: The Beginning of the End
State of Emergency
Eve of Destruction
*Netflix is in a constant state of flux. Shows and movies come and go, eventually making guides like these inaccurate. I will not be updating this post for every development in Netflix catalogue, so be warned. This blog is dated October 30, 2014, and as of today, these are the best Post-Apocalyptic shows you can watch on Netflix instant streaming.
**Looking through my watch history, I found out that the Netflix catalogue has lost a LOT of great PA titles. Going back to 2007, Netflix has had and lost: Halo Legends, Zombieland, A Boy and His Dog, Ever Since the World Ended, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, The Atomic Café, The Matrix: Revolutions, Trinity and Beyond, 12 Monkeys, THX 1138, Mad Max 2, and Battlestar Galactica.