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The 9 Most Nightmarish Movies About Nuclear Attacks

Film, especially science fiction, has always loved to explore the future we are most afraid of. That's why nukes have been lighting up the screen for decades, with recent events making the theme more timely and scarier than ever. Here are the nine most nightmare-inducing movies about nuclear attacks. More »      
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