An untested global defence system triggers a swarm of devastating solar flares, resulting in catastrophic earthquakes and ferocious magnetic storms; an unprecedented CAT. 8 Armageddon. Can we stop the annihilation of the human race?
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Series cast summary:
Matthew Modine ...  Dr. Michael Ranger 2 episodes, 2013
Maxim Roy ...  Dr. Jane Whitlow 2 episodes, 2013
Ted Whittall ...  Secretary Brian Lee 2 episodes, 2013
Trevor Hayes ...  Jack Hillcroft 2 episodes, 2013
Kate Drummond ...  Beverly Hillcroft 2 episodes, 2013
Kalinka Petrie ...  Karen Ranger 2 episodes, 2013
Spiro Malandrakis ...  Officer Tim Davis 2 episodes, 2013
Alain Goulem ...  President Duncan 2 episodes, 2013
Susan Hogan ...  Vice-President Alice Crane 2 episodes, 2013
Francis X. McCarthy ...  William Danville 2 episodes, 2013
Shan Chetty Shan Chetty ...  Bunker Tech 2 episodes, 2013
Dan Bingham ...  Peter Simpson 2 episodes, 2013
Kimberly-Sue Murray ...  HFD Tech Rebecca 2 episodes, 2013
Trie Donovan ...  Presidential Aide 2 episodes, 2013
Nancy Helms Nancy Helms ...  Edna 2 episodes, 2013
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A research program abandoned by the best solar physicist when the Pentagon wanted to put it to military use has been resumed by his former deputy. Her incompetence and the Defense secretary's haste cause it to be tested too soon, stirring unprecedented solar flares, ultimately a plasma causing disasters on all continents. Only the genius can think of a way out, only to be victimized by the secretary, who needs to cover up. Even when it turns out the earth's core has stopped spinning, spelling an unimaginable seismic apocalypse, the genius must still evade special forces to stay free and save the world again. Written by KGF Vissers

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The deadliest storm of them all. See more »


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Also available as an edited 115 minute feature-length version, which was shown on TV in Sweden and Finland and released on DVD in Australia. The DVD release in Scandinavia however is the complete 166 minute version. See more »

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I love B disaster flicks, but this is an F, for FORGET IT!

Yeah, the "science" is laughable at best. I am in no way a scientist but I was laughing out loud at their "science" by 5 minutes in. By half an hour in, I was just rolling my eyes. This movie is pathetically badly written, the entire storyline is ridiculous. The characters are either completely underwhelming and forgettable, ridiculously perfect, or just plain a$$holes. The evil White House science guy (I have no idea what his position was, I think his name was Brian?) is too busy carrying out personal vendettas to care that the world is literally coming to an end. The whole thing is just one big hot mess that someone tossed into a dumpster fire.

Even for someone who loves bad disaster movies (10.5 Apocalypse is one of my all time favorite movies) this is a terrible a movie. Don't waste your time!


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1 April 2013 (USA) See more »

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CAT.8 See more »

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