He's too creepy for me. I've only seen a few. Of those I've seen, my favorite.
The Stand is a great mini-series I’ve watched twice since 2005. The virus that wipes out most of the world’s population was a super-flu bug produced in a government lab! Pretty current for a 1978 book and 1994 movie. Aspects of survival ism, working with others to live another day and beat the enemy are also in the movie. One of the main characters (Stuart) is a good guy from Texas - that always helps :-)
Here’s a review I found (perhaps at IMDB) discussing the spiritual overtones that make the movie so interesting to watch, “There is little doubt in this telecast that King is depicting God versus Satan in Christian terms. There is no ambiguity, no alternative secular world views. The story resonates with Biblical themes, the self sacrifice of some, the cleansing in the wilderness that Mother Abigail goes through when she realizes her pride has gotten in the way of her faith, a man who was last among the survivors becomes first. All of these story elements resonate with the power of archetypal themes. The story is classic.”