I recently found this Korean gem on Netflix: THE DOOMSDAY BOOK, told in three stories by two directors, explores signs of the apocalypse. In the first story, which is told with a touch of humor, humanity’s capacity to waste and feed part of this waste to animals it in turn eats leads to a zombie virus that overruns the world. In the second story, which is told with great pathos, a robot serving in a Buddhist temple achieves enlightenment and is hailed as the Buddha, which threatens the soul of humanity. And in the third story, which is very funny, a little girl orders a pool ball off the Internet, not knowing the site is run by an alien intelligence, which results in a very strange meteor heading toward earth to destroy all life on the surface.
Each of the stories was great. The film is a lot of fun. Highly recommended.