With the mass-abduction action-thriller, Skyline, set to hit theaters Friday, I got to thinking about disaster movies. Awkward movie-science aside, we, as a species, are wildly obsessed with tales of our own destruction, and seem to be determined the world is going to end – eventually. But how?
For your edification The Film Stage presents (click for hi-res!):
How does Skyline fit into this web of destruction? How does your favorite disaster movie tie in? Tell us in comments.
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