Though it has waned since then, the 1980s were a hot time for the anti-nuclear movement. Helen Caldicott of Physicians for Social Responsibility was a frequent speaker at college campuses reminding students that one nuclear bomb could ruin their whole day. Just as fervent was the pace at which films hit the screen depicting apocalyptic wastelands after the nuclear holocaust. 1987's "Death Run" is our feature today. Though Michael J. Murphy, the film's writer and director, probably had no idea his work would inspire the hottest television show decades later, "Death Run" (made in the United Kingdom) may have done just that.