Outdoor survival and lifestyle blog Bug Out Bill has published a new article that lists the best survival movies to binge on. Readers who find the article intriguing are also recommended to visit the blog at the link: https://bugoutbill.com/ to discover others that cover a plethora of topics such as outdoor gear, tips survival, etc.
Bug Out Bill, the website’s eponymous author, speaks to the recently published Survival Movies article saying, “Bug Out Bill readers spend a lot of time outdoors, in nature, lounging in the beauty of nature while respecting its unpredictability and cruelty. Sometimes we need an escape into the compelling fantasy of being confronted with the worst that nature has to offer. Sometimes we like to imagine ourselves as protagonists in a big story and wonder how we would deal with life-threatening challenges if things got out of hand. I think the 15 films listed in our brand new article perfectly capture this exact fantasy of embodying the spirit of the survivor who overcomes seemingly insurmountable odds through the force of his will. Please browse the list and let me know if I missed your favorite survival movie by emailing me at [email protected].”
The 15 movies mentioned in the article which can be viewed at https://bugoutbill.com/best-survival-movies/ are The Maze Runner, The Life of Pi, Bird Box, Hacksaw Ridge, The Hunger Games, Train to Busan , The Way Back, Rescue Dawn, Gravity, Rabbit-Proof Fence, Cast Away, Apollo 13, Buried, All is Lost and The Impossible. The films, while following the common theme of survival in inhospitable environments, cover a wide range of locations and narrative scenarios that make each of the picks on the list unique and appealing to different cinematic tastes. Some of the films on the list also mix other core genres to their core survival premise, such as sci-fi, fantasy, young adult, paranormal, war, zombies, oppression, etc. .
Some films that incorporate the horrors of war like Rescue Dawn and Hacksaw Ridge see their protagonists go against the power of nations and militaristic agendas and offer food for thought on the harm that men are capable of inflicting on themselves. to each other. Gravity and Apollo 13, the latest of which is based on the true story of the Apollo 13 astronauts, do a great job of immersing audiences in the thrilling fantasy of having to survive in the vast vacuum of space. Train To Busan and Bird Box put the main characters in a fight to survive against biological, extraterrestrial or supernatural forces which is compelling because the fear of the unknown can be a great motivation for survival fans. The Maze Runner and The Hunger Games are young adult franchises that sprinkle social commentary over their survival plots set in motion during the events of the films. Buried is a thriller where the protagonist has been kidnapped and is forced to survive in conditions that are rigged against him by malevolent actors. All Is Lost and Life of Pi features survival at sea, with the latter film introducing elements of magical realism that separate it from the rest of the group. The Way Back and Rabbit-Proof Fence detail the long journeys the characters make to return home after imprisonment or oppressive conditions. The Impossible tells the story of a family trying to survive the destruction caused by a tsunami. Finally, Cast Away is the epitome of a survival story where a man whose plane crashes on an island survives for several years and then returns to earth.
Readers who enjoyed what Bug Out Bill had to say about his favorite survival movies can also check out another recent website post that discussed MRE (Meal, Ready-To-Eat) survival gear. This article was extensively covered in a press release which can be read by going to the link: https://www.pressadvantage.com/story/50938-bug-out-bill-publishes-best-mre-survival-gear – listing.
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