A massive American defense computer, named Colossus, becoming sentient and tries to assume control of the world.
The movie states that nuclear war could happen at any time without warning, and U.S. citizens should keep this constantly in mind and be ever ready.
The narrative of the film details the events that lead up to the initial exchange of nuclear weapons, which was triggered by a banking crisis, from the perspective of an on-going news broadcast.
The b-movie classic from Troma studios explores the dangers of smoking radioactive weed!
Few American movies have dealt as graphically with nuclear holocaust as The Day After, which accounted for the controversy that surrounded the telefilm at the time of its initial network broadcast.
this cautionary tale from Soviet-era Uzbekistan tells the story of a robotic house in the future that continues to care for its inhabitants after a nuclear war.
Animated classic presenting what an atom is, how energy is released from certain kinds of atoms, the peacetime uses of atomic energy and the byproducts of nuclear fission.
A look at just a few of the hundreds of declassified videos documenting the US nuclear weapon development, testing and strategy
Frightening civil defense procedure film aimed at Cold War-era elementary school students.
DIY animated Nuke movie made with great attention to detail.