Anna And The Apocalypse
It's Christmas time and the sleepy Scottish town of Little Haven is under threat from a zombie apocalypse, forcing Anna (Ella Hunt - Cold Feet) and her friends to fight, slash and sing their way to survival, facing the undead in a desperate race to reach their loved ones.
But even zombies can't stop the teen drama: will Anna's best friend John (Malcolm Cumming - Long Lost) reveal his true feelings for her, or will her smug ex Nick (Ben Wiggins - Mary Queen of Scots) win back her affections? And will she be able to repair her rocky relationship with dad Tony (Mark Benton - Shakespeare & Hathaway - Private Investigators) before it's too late?
Along with exchange student Steph (Sarah Swire), star singer Lisa (Marli Siu) and her crush Chris (Christopher Leveaux, Anna soon discovers that no one is safe in this new world, and with civilisation falling apart around them, the only people they can truly rely on are each other.
Deck the halls with brains and holly for an all singing, blood-spattered festive zombie romp.
First released: Monday 2nd December 2019
- Theatrical and extended cuts
- Original short film Zombie Musical, written and directed by Ryan McHenry
- Audio commentary with director John McPhail, writer Alan McDonald and composers Roddy Hart and Tommy Reilly
- Brand new documentary featuring new interviews with actors Ella Hunt, Malcolm Cumming, Ben Wiggins, Marli Siu, director John McPhail, writer Alan McDonald, composers Roddy Hart & Tommy Reilly and producer Naysun Alae-Carew
- Behind-the-scenes featurette
- Alternative opening scene
- Hollywood Ending with cast and crew
- Deleted scenes
- Edinburgh Film Festival footage
- Gag reel
- Limited o-ring slipcover and lyrics booklet on initial pressing only
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