18 Tips For Survival From Hollywood Disaster Movies

18 Tips For Survival From Hollywood Disaster Movies



The recent release of San Andreas starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is a timely reminder that if you want to have a hope of surviving a natural or man-made disaster, it’s best to heed the Hollywood Disaster Masters. Quick, go out today and rent almost any film directed by Roland Emmerich, or Irwin Allen’s productions during the 1970’s, and take heed of every minute. The tips from these films could very well save your life in the event of the most unexpected and incredible disaster, not to mention do wonders for your love life!

Don’t Go Near The Hollywood Sign

It’s generally the first thing to be destroyed in the event or a storm or earthquake, so steer clear!




Don’t Be A Douche

Douches will always have something drop on them or fall into something. Don’t be that guy.




Just Be A Guy Doing His Job And Saving The Kids

Don’t be a high flyer! The more money you have and the better house and car you own, the less well you’re going to fare in a disaster. Fate favors those who have unglamorous jobs and don’t make a big deal out of them. And always be the guy saving their kid, even if that kid is annoying.

Learn To Fly A Plane

It doesn’t have to be a big plane, and you don’t need to have a lot of lessons. In fact, just two lessons will suffice, and will allow you to fly any aircraft that presents itself.