In This Stunningly Bleak Scifi Short, a Survivor Struggles in a Post-Apocalyptic Cityscape

Post-apocalyptic tales tend to be set in deserted wastelands—but Brazilian short Lunatique, which takes place in the ash-strewn ruins of what was once a great city, is an oddly gorgeous example of this. It looks like a tinted black-and-white photograph come to life, except maybe “come to death” is more accurate.

Robert Kirkman's New Comic Oblivion Song Is About a Nation Trying to Move Past a Supernatural Tragedy

Massive, modern-day disasters that shake countries to their core come in many different forms. But whether they’re natural like hurricanes or man-made like mass shootings, the nations they befall are almost always able to move forward in large part because people can explain what happened. How, though, does a country…

Mysterious Apocalyptic Message Interrupts TV Broadcasts in California: 'Violent Times Will Come'

Many Californians’ regularly scheduled broadcasts were interrupted Thursday morning with strange emergency messages warning of extraterrestrial invasions and the beginning of Armageddon. The bizarre warnings aired on TVs in the Orange County area, affecting Cox and Spectrum cable users, according to the Orange County…

A Reminder That the Post-Apocalypse Is Never a Good Time to Rely on the Kindness of Strangers

Jim Mickle’s indie Stake Land was one of 2010's best horror films—its post-apocalyptic road movie structure was familiar, but its gritty use of vampires (instead of, say, zombies) was distinctive. Mickle returns to produce Stake Land II, which is directed by Dan Berk and Robert Olsen—and we’ve got an exclusive clip.