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List of disaster films

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List of disaster films

This list of disaster films represents over half a century of films within the genre. Disaster films are motion pictures which depict an impending or ongoing disaster as a central plot feature. The films typically feature large casts and multiple storylines and focus on the protagonists' attempts to avert, escape, or cope with the disaster presented.

Contents

  • Historical Past 1
  • Future 2
  • Natural disasters 3
    • Avalanches 3.1
    • Earthquakes 3.2
    • Electrical disturbances and lightning 3.3
    • Fires 3.4
    • Floods 3.5
    • Global catastrophes 3.6
    • Heatwaves 3.7
    • Hurricanes and Tornadoes 3.8
    • Tidal Waves and Tsunami 3.9
    • Volcanoes 3.10
    • End of Days 3.11
    • Epidemics 3.12
    • Space 3.13
  • Aliens 4
  • Computers 5
  • Monsters 6
    • Man-made disasters 6.1
    • Hazardous materials 6.2
      • Chemicals 6.2.1

Historical Past

Future

Natural disasters

Avalanches

Earthquakes

Electrical disturbances and lightning

Fires

Floods

Global catastrophes

Heatwaves

Hurricanes and Tornadoes

Tidal Waves and Tsunami

Volcanoes

End of Days

Epidemics

Space

Aliens

Computers

Monsters

Man-made disasters

Hazardous materials

Chemicals

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