Left pretty early on because pic related.
>Raw Force/Kung Fu Cannibals
Akin to the Bullets, Bombs, and Babes franchise.
Good movie, but depressing. Follows two families as nuclear retaliation between American and Russian forces begins to brew. About thirty, forty minutes in, shit hits the fan and the rest of the movie is plain misery. The message is clear and I appreciated it, but I'd say once the story progressed to post-bombing, it became clear the writers didn't want a balanced film with other perspectives. In particular for the aftermath, they failed to show people who prep for such situations in advance (at least in terms of food, water, crops - doubt many people have a means to create a bomb shelter) and, especially, own weapons. The only guns are owned by the military, no one else. They also have a point that agriculture is practically gone because they don't have fertilizers and pesticides. That's not the only way to do agriculture (look into horticulture, permaculture, food forests, etc.) and frankly, it's the worst way. Would everyone know about other agricultural strategies? No, but after 13 years, I think you'd have at least some progress on that front because the preppers would likely be the ones who survived better and they would have passed on their knowledge. I would have liked to see at least some positivity of things you can do to help prepare yourself for any disaster. It's implied, I guess, but I don't think most normalfags would get the message. They'd think instead, "War is bad and if anything happens, I'm screwed." This film really missed that mark and it's unfortunate.
>Fist of the North Star
>X the Unknown
Fell asleep before I could watch this one.