The best post-apocalyptic videos from March 24th to 30th


The Survivors: A Driver’s Legacy
This short film tells the story of a lone survivor who is being pursued by a mysterious black truck that takes him to an old hermit’s hut in the wasteland. This is the third film in REK Films’ Survivors trilogy.

Drawing Post-apocalyptic Anime (ft. Jonah Scott)
Drawfee is a great video podcast that celebrates art while talking to celebrities. In this episode, hosts Nathan, Jacob, and Karina are joined by voice actor Jonah Scott to draw some of his best characters that would look like they would survive a zombie apocalypse.

Post-apocalyptic costume for a metal bandleader – Wolves of War
Dmitri at Nuclear Snail is the OG progenitor of post-apocalyptic clients, so it’s great to see him creating new content. This is a costume he made for the lead singer of the metal band Wolves of War. This video shows some great details of the costume while Dmitri explains how he made it.

Building a post-apocalyptic truck. Flatbed made of scrap
As the title suggests, it’s a post-apocalyptic truck built from materials found in the host’s yard.

Sampling post-apocalyptic machines
Speaking of post-apocalyptic vehicles, this is a collection of videos featuring all types of vehicles that look like they could survive the apocalypse. Most of them are rat rods, but they’re definitely worth a look if you’re thinking of building a wasteland car or truck yourself.

Forever Skies gameplay trailer
The newly announced Forever Skies trailer dropped this week, showcasing some of the game’s beautiful environments and exciting gameplay. This one went straight to my Steam wishlist, but will also be available for PS5 and Xbox Series X at launch.

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Shawn has been infatuated with the post-apocalyptic genre ever since he wore out his horribly American-dubbed VHS of the original Mad Max as a kid. Shawn is the former Editor-in-Chief at of Joystiq, creator of the post-apocalyptic immersion event Aftermath, and has hosted the Through the Aftermath podcast for over 11 years. He currently lives with his wife and four children on a mountain in the middle of nowhere.


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