Anna and the Apocalypse
Horror • R • 2018 • 1 hr 38 min
I’ve seen this movie an embarrassing amount of times. I love it. Good music, good fun, good gore, good fun.
It's such a funny and good horror comedy. And I love the musical part of it.
Great plot, memorable characters, delightful musical numbers.
It's zombies. It's a comedy. It's a Christmas movie. And it's a musical. Just YES
Despite some awkward dialogue and a very narrow scope, its still a fun and unique watch
I actually enjoyed this one the songs are catchy and it makes you care for the characters
A fun and inventive look at the zombie genre that is filled with cliches but still manages to feel unique. Comes to a very satisfying ending
A musical about zombies, simply amazing.
Alot more singing then I expected. It's a zombie musical
It's high school musical meet a Christmas zombie apocalypse. Majestically stupid.
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