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My Top 10 Most Terrifying World Ending Creatures From T.V. And Film Intro

**Make sure to get to the end for a fun little treat**

When you envision the world ending darklings, is it with a whimper or a bang? When you have nightmares, what terrifying creatures hunt you, causing you to wake up in a pool of your own sweat, heart racing, and, an anxiety attack so bad you need a xanax? Perhaps, it's more than one that haunts your waking hours, and pitch black nights. On the other hand, maybe you fear nothing, and never think about the monsters lurking just behind your eyes. 

Whatever the case may be, I've gathered some of the nastiest of the bunch. Many of which are  overlooked, and under appreciated in my opinion anyway. What makes these creatures so terrifying is that they could completely end the world as we know it in some of the most insanity inducing ways. If these scenarios were real, we'd be fracked. No heroes to save us, no happy ending. Just death, blood, and hopelessness. A line in World War Z put it perfectly.  "I don't have answers. All I can tell you is find a place to hide". Good advice, but you'd have to come out sometime for supplies, and that's the tricky part isn't it minions? Not getting caught, enslaved, murdered, turned, eaten, or used as a host for their deadly offspring.

I will be introducing you to my top 10 via video clips unranked, with full write-ups of each one every couple of weeks.  And PLEASE, feel free to share which one terrifies you the most, and/or let me know if you have one to add.

These posts are a continuation of my end of the world series beginning last August. Click the link to find my review for Nostradamus:End Of Days.

Enjoy the following clips and watch for my full write-ups!  



 Magog from Andromeda



The Vampires from The Strain

The Strain is actually based on a trilogy of books by the legendary Guillermo del Toro and New York Times Bestselling author, screenwriter, and television producer Chuck Hogan. I've read all three, and the limited run comic book series written by David Lapham, with artist Mike Huddleston. If you're a fan, the books and comics are worth picking up.

Season 1


Season 2 

Season 3 

Season 4 


Zombies from Train to Busan


Prequel: Seoul Station 


Train To Busan 2 : Peninsula 


Vampires from V-Wars 

V-Wars where it all began - in book and comic form darklings. Penguin - Random House describe the series;  "V-Wars is set in a world transformed by a global pandemic caused by a millennia-old virus that, once triggered, affects individuals differently depending on their DNA. The result is vampires as unique as their cultures, a response from unaffected humans like never before, and a story that is old-school, scary and complicated. Springing from the mind of New York Times best-selling author, Jonathan Maberry, this collection begins a non-stop thrill ride of action, horror, and suspense!" 

You can find this on their website https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/series/VW1/v-wars as well as more info on V-Wars and Jonathan Maberry (including his other brilliant series, which I highly recommend) on his website.


Demons from Legion 

Movie: 2010


Dominion: Series (Based on the movie Legion) 


Rage Zombies from 28 Days & 28 Weeks Later 

28 Days Later 


28 Weeks Later 



The Aliens from A Quiet Place 1 & Part II 

A Quiet Place  


A Quiet Place Part II 



Zombeavers From Zombeavers 



Planet Of The Apes





Zombies from Return Of The Living Dead


Whilst I was looking for some cool apocalypse pics I found this. Give it a go, it's pretty fun 

Vampire Apocalypse calculator Created by DominikCzernia over at the Omni Calculator site




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