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Year: 2017
Length: 92 minutes
Genre: Comedy, Music, Horror
Distributor: Vertigo Releasing
Age rating: Suitable only for 15 years and over
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Release Dates

United Kingdom: November 30 2018

United States: November 30 2018


Ranking: 272 out of 15,096 movies (up 59)


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Christmas is going to be different this year in the small town of Little Heaven, as it will coincide with the arrival of a zombie apocalypse that will unleash chaos all over the place. But in the middle of all the brains and blood, young Anna will have to make her way through more zombies each time, accompanied by her best friend John, to reach to the high school and save her family and friends, in a night in which to survive they'll have to fight, smash and never stop singing. John McPhail ('Where Do We Go From Here?') directs this terrifying musical starring Ella Hunt ('Robot Overlords'), Malcolm Cumming ('British by the Grace of God'), Sarah Swire ('God Help the Girl') and Paul Kaye ('Game of Thrones').


Cast Anna and the apocalypse



Trivia Anna and the apocalypse

During the scene when Lisa sings her song at the school's Christmas concert, the man seen playing keyboard is Tommy Reilly, who co-wrote the music for the film. The film closes with a dedication to Ryan McHenry - McHenry, who sadly passed away in 2015, wrote and directed the short film Zombie Musical (2011) from which this feature film was adapted. American actor Tyler Collins, who starred in director John McPhail's previous film, Where Do We Go From Here? (2015), has a brief, uncredited non-speaking role as a zombie during the scene when the undead attack the bowling alley.