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Atomic Apocalypse (2018)

Black Flowers (original title)
Female Led Post Apocalyptic Sci-Fi Adventure.


Martin Gooch


Martin Gooch
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Krista DeMille ... Kate (as Krista De Mille)
Andrea Sweeney Blanco ... Suzy (as Andrea Sweeney)
Jesús Lloveras ... Joe
William Mark McCullough ... DJ Apocalypso
Ron Roggé ... Sam
Christina DeRosa ... Mrs. Pistol
Neil Dickson ... The Ranger
Domenica Cameron-Scorsese ... The Icon
Lex Anastasia ... Black Flower Girl (as Lexi Anastasia)
Andrea R. Baker Andrea R. Baker ... Millie
Cory Birkenbuel Cory Birkenbuel ... Luke the Scavenger
Ryder Kole Emerson Ryder Kole Emerson ... Wolf Boy
Nicholas Fabrio Nicholas Fabrio ... Mr. Salacious
Ice Fox Ice Fox ... Colin The Scavenger
Randy Granstrom Randy Granstrom ... Ernie The Train Scavenger


In Post Apocalyptic North America, one family fights for survival in this sci-i road trip of epic proportions in a nightmare world without gasoline, electricity, or humanity. Sheltered mother Kate (Krista DeMille, Best Actress IIFA, SIFF, BSFFF) loses her injured survivalist husband Sam (Ron Roggé, 13 Reasons Why, Stranger Things) and love struck daughter Suzi (Andrea Sweeney Blanco) in a matter of days after they join handsome loner Joe (Jesus Lloveras) in search of a rumored hidden nuclear bunker full of food and medicine. Suddenly alone and lost, Kate fights to stay alive and reunite with her family. Nature will survive. Would we? Written by Martin Gooch

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis


In a post apocalyptic world one family fight for survival.




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Sam: I bought shoe some laces from a drug dealer. I don't know what he laced them with, but I was trippin' all day.
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What I expect from a low budget flick
6 February 2020 | by caeldethSee all my reviews

Overall, not a bad flick. There are both pros and cons. While I feel the story moves along and has a clear intention, there are a few holes in it that leave to be desired. The acting is up and down - some people do well and there are parts that feel forced.

The scene with the party is probably the best part - it feels good overall - this is in terms of how it is acted, the story telling, as well as the cinematography.

There are a lot of generic aspects to it, but again, low budget flick, so that gets a pass from me.

I personally think people are giving it a hard run - yea, it's not a big box film with a huge budget, it's not gonna be able to fight with them in terms of all the aspects we judge amazing films by... but for a B-flick... def worth at least a watch if you are into them.

Overall - decent flick with a handful of pros that balance out the cons. If you are into post apocalyptic flicks and especially B-flicks then give it a go.

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7 January 2020 (USA) See more »

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2.35 : 1
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