A Storm Is Coming

If you feel it, chase it! Gear up storm chasers, you’re about to swept up by heart-pumping thrills with a stellar ensemble. The modern disaster epic is back!

Article Published on 21.06.2024

Words Charlotte Blacklock

A standalone sequel to the 1996 cult classic Twister is set to serve up a familiar whirlwind of thrilling, immersive big-screen action that’s not been seen for some time, but with a gust of fresh air in a brand-new story with a talented new cast.

Daisy Edgar-Jones and Glen Powell head up the cast fighting for their lives in this new disaster epic.

After a traumatic experience with a tornado, former storm chaser Kate Cooper is safe in the comfort of her desk job in New York City until she’s lured back to the open plains of Oklahoma to test cutting-edge storm-tracking tech. There, she crosses paths with Tyler Owens, a social media star with an appetite for more followers, no matter the danger. The pair and their competing teams soon find themselves up against terrifying weather phenomena and in the path of multiple deadly storms.

With Anthony Ramos, Maura Tierney, Sasha Lane, David Corenswet, Brandon Perea, Daryl McCormack, and more also in the exciting ensemble, Minari director Lee Isaac Chung at the helm, and a script from The Revenant co-writer Mark L Smith, this legacy sequel isn’t just in safe hands, it’s sure to blow you away.

Forecast For Disaster!

Whether it’s tsunamis, asteroids, or sinking ships, disaster epics make for some of the most thrilling, ambitious, and terrifying cinema.


The staple disaster film balances tearjerking melodrama with astonishing visuals. A devastating love story that’s stood the test of time is what makes this so compelling.

The Impossible

With an unbelievable true story at its core, J. A. Bayona’s powerful retelling of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami is one of the most heartbreaking and authentic disaster films of recent times.

Don’t Look Up

Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence star as two astronomers who discover an asteroid is due to hit Earth in six months and attempt to warn the world with varying success. Nothing says “disaster” more than the end of the world.


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