The Ten Commandments. Ben Hur. Easter Parade. Critters 2: The Main Course? Take a journey to the stranger side of the Easter genre with these holiday-appropriate, science fiction film recommendations.
Here it is, the first look at the rapture that occurs in HBO's new series The Leftovers, which mostly takes place after a chunk of the world's population was spirited away to... well no one knows. It's not heaven as the disappearance takes all sorts. And leaves a lot of unhappy people behind.
So what do you do when you spend a mammoth amount of time and money to warn people that the world is going to end—and it doesn't? Just pretend it never happened.
How will you live after the Rapture? Assuming you're not one of those who gets lifted up, you'll need to learn some survival skills for dealing with the Mark of the Beast and all the tribulations.There's also a great beheading scene, where someone refuses to accept the Mark of the Beast:
Today is the first day of the end of the world, according to the predictions of unquestionably sane biblical mathematician Harold Camping—and we're bringing you to the Whore of Babylon herself, New York City, live via web stream. Watch as Christian souls are raptured to the sky! Listen as the angels sound the seven…
The world is ending tomorrow. Maybe. Odds are, if you're a Gizmodo reader, you'll be stuck down here with the rest of us sinners—pick up this apocalyptic hardware beforehand.
A lot of people think the Rapture is coming May 21. It's not. But assuming your pets are okay, here's a prank we'd like you to pull. We call it Rapture Bombing.
The end times are this weekend, and I know what you're thinking: What about my dog? Don't sweat, for $135 a group of plucky blaspheming atheists will swing by your crib and pick up your pets. Holla!
Now that we know the Rapture is coming on May 21, it's time to prepare. So what will life be like after the Rapture? Judging from this awesome post-Rapture movie, it'll be just like other dystopian futures... only campier.