"Vandenberg", a novel by Oliver Lange. It takes place in the 70's but it is still relevant today. One of the first survival books I ever read, and I'm not exaggerating when I say it changed my life.
Just one movie, okay? "Panic in Year Zero", a 1960's film about post nuclear war survival. A run for the hills type of movie, it's dated, but still very watchable. No zombies, but it's a crazy kick, Dad-i-o.
"In the Gravest Extreme", fact, written by Massad Ayoob, a highly credentialed police officer and trainer. 'The' primer on self defense and personal security. Every person who owns a firearm should read this.
P.S. One more. "To Build a Fire", the classic 1902 short story by Jack London. Winter will never be the same for you.