Anna and The Apocalypse Review, Cast, and Release Date

Another zombie movie, how will it be? But this one is not just a zombie movie but is also a musical. Seemed like a disaster waiting to happen, but is it. Not really, its a good time pass. Will I pay to watch it over other movies? Not really. Here is the review for Anna and the Apocalypse.

Anna and the Apocalypse review

The relatively straighter “Anna and the Apocalypse” likewise includes the standard girl and boy yakkity yak, which happens against a wan zombie disaster. Set at Christmastime in a Scottish town so nonexclusive that it should be in a Disney studio, the film follows Anna (Ella Hunt), a high school student nearly graduating. She needs to travel instead of go ideal to school, which disturbs her dad (Mark Benton). She has two other guys throughout her life, John (Malcolm Cumming), a boring, nice kid; and Nick (Ben Wiggins), a supposed bad boy who demonstrates to be equally boring.

A couple of supporting types populate Anna’s borders; some get eaten, others don’t. The vast majority of the story’s irritation is produced by its frequently planned deaths and by a mean deputy headmaster, Mr. Savage (Paul Hyde), a killjoy in an evil fitting suit who’s not almost sufficiently fierce. That is about it, with singing and dancing blended in with the munching. The cleverest number includes Anna rising up out of her home the apocalypse blows up. Wearing earbuds, she remains merrily absent to the encompassing chomp-chomp, which may have functioned as a remark on the narcissism of youth however rather plays like a counterfeit of “Shaun of the Dead,” a far unrivaled zombie film.

SummaryAnna and the Apocalypse cast and release date

Like a few features that started as short films, “Anna and the Apocalypse” never earns its more drawn out running time. (This one’s short, “Zombie Musical,” was directed by Ryan McHenry, who passed away in 2015.) Zombies and youngsters may appear to be a reasonable fit (certainly Disney relied upon it), yet “Anna and the Apocalypse” is more of a sketch than an actual movie. Directed by John McPhail from a script by McHenry and Alan McDonald, the motion picture is daintily plotted, its pacing slack, its staging uninspired; Anna remains simply a idea for a brave hero, regardless of Hunt’s grin and sweat. With respect to the zombies, well, the living-dead cosmetics isn’t awful. In any case, it’s a disgrace they don’t get more screen time, or move and sing while at the same time devouring all the expendable grisly cerebrums and guts.

Anna and the Apocalypse Cast and release date

  • Ella Hunt as Anna
  • Malcolm Cumming as John
  • Sarah Swire as Steph
  • Christopher Leveaux as Chris
  • Ben Wiggins as Nick
  • Marli Siu as Lisa
  • Mark Benton as Tony
  • Paul Kaye as Savage
  • Calum Cormack as Santa Claus
  • Euan Bennet as Jake
  • Sean Connor as Graham
  • Janet Lawson as Mrs. Hinzmann
  • Kirsty Strain as Ms. Wright
  • Ella Jarvis as Katie
  • David Friel as Paramedic

Anna and the Apocalypse was released yesterday( November 30,2018) in selected theatres.

Anna and the Apocalypse Trailer

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