Anna and the Apocalypse
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Anna and the Apocalypse

Zombie cinema has no limits, neither new productions nor trying to provide small variations to the genre. A grain of sand and a lot of blood jets and Bleeding Steel viscera. The living dead are hard-to-satisfy screen hosts and open to all kinds of possibilities. When one believes that little else can be given and new titles appealing to those who love these delicacies appear.

In this final stretch of the year two films stand out among the most original and attractive. One comes from Canada and the other from the United Kingdom, specifically from Scotland, and both are made with a budget rather than laughing. Les affamés (“The hungry” in Spanish), directed by Robin Aubert, is already walking through various festivals to the applause of its audience. Take into account that he won the award for the Butterfly Caught best Canadian film at the prestigious Toronto Festival that ended in mid-September.

The starting point is the same as many others, a group of survivors of a zombie pandemic try to survive as you can, this time in places of Quebec. All served in a not easy mix of cinema with artistic pretensions and black humor that has earned him by some critic the comparison, in an even stranger cocktail, with the movies of George A. Romero, the Monty Python and … the ascetic Sobriety of Robert Bresson. For the The Bad Batch Fantastic Fest, which is being held these days in Austin, Texas, is receiving rave reviews. As for premiere dates, still none, but can also be seen in the next Sitges Festival, which starts on Thursday, October 5.

Duration: 107 min

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IMDb: 6.6

Anna and the Apocalypse
Anna and the Apocalypse