December 19, 2012

Hypp TV SyFy End Of The World

 I'm a big fan of natural disaster or catastrophic event movies. I love watching how the computer generated images of the natural disasters destroy the city in the movie (but of course, it's not cool if it really happens in our world).

By now, I'm sure many know that the Mayan predicted that the end of the world falls in December 2012, so let these Syfy Original Movies help you get ready for the big bang! Catch the movie every Wednesday at 8.20pm, followed by a repeat at 10.50pm on Saturday. SyFy HD, only on HyppTV Channel 165!

Alien Tornado
November 7, Wednesday @ 8.20pm

When you’ve got a twister from outer space tearing your way at warp speed, there’s only one thing to do: run. That’s what scientist Dr. Jake Alredge (Gerald McRaney) gets ready to do when he perfects his DIY tornado warning system… But first, he must convince an entire town to escape with him before the storm of the millennium chomps it to bits. Good luck with that.

Super Storm
November 14, Wednesday @ 8.20pm

No, the Great Red Spot isn’t a monster zit. It’s the swirling superstorm on the surface of Jupiter… and it’s about to leap off the face of the planet and head to Earth. Swallowing up everything in its path, the massive storm will turn Earth into an empty gas giant like the planet it left behind... unless a high school student and his science project can put an end to it once and for all.

Lightning Strike
November 21, Wednesday @ 8.20pm

When a series of freaky lighting strikes leaves a string of corpses burnt to a crisp, a storm chaser and his team discovers a deadly creature of pure electrical energy on a merry spree of mass destruction. A sweet, unsuspecting small town will be next to fry, unless manly sheriff Kevin Sorbo (Hercules, Meet the Spartans) finds a way to zap the vicious lighting goblin first.

Weather War
November 28, Wednesday @ 8.20pm

After losing government funding for his project, an eminent scientist goes haywire and becomes determined to seek revenge. In true mad scientist fashion, he transforms weather into a force of destruction of death, controlled only by his whims. Now, it is up to his two sons, estranged brothers played by Jason London (Dazed and Confused, Jason and The Argonauts) and Wes Brown (True Blood, Private Practice), to team up and put a stop to their father’s dastardly plans of destroying the nation’s capital. We hope they remember to bring an umbrella.

Metal Tornado
December 5, Wednesday @ 8.20pm

Samuel Planck is head of a high tech facility tasked with storing and converting renewable energy, and after years of research it is now time to test the system out. But when the facility is unable to control the massive amount of energy coming in, the charged particles begin swirling around quickly turning into a magnetic tornado. Planck and his team must find a way to stop the tornados before they destroy everything.

Collision Earth
December 12, Wednesday @ 8.20pm

When the sun converts to a magnetar for a short time, the planet Mercury is thrown out of orbit (along with a spaceship exploring it) and set on a collision course for Earth. Can a disgraced scientist manage to use his failed weapon system, Project 7, to save our planet?

-Tentpole Programme-

Supercyclone (2012)
December 19, Wednesday @ 8.20pm

Umbrellas not necessary: A mega cyclone threatens to rip the East Coast of the United States off the map with deadly winds and killer waves. Before the storm claims millions of lives, a beautiful meteorologist (Ming-Na, SGU Stargate Universe) must join forces with a street-smart petroleum engineer (Nicholas Turturro, NYPD Blue) to brave the elements and save the day. We highly suggest putting in a call to Storm of the X-Men.

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MichLeong said...
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MichLeong said...

There's one this Sat. Must watch it then :D

SiMon Har said...

watch watch!!

HenRy LeE said...

haizzz.... there wont be hyppTV starting Feb :(

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