Published: Santa Monica, Calif. : Lionsgate,  Description: 1 videodisc (84 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in ISBN/ISSN: 9786315126284, Language: English
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Originally released as a motion picture in 2013
Special features: Audio commentaries; "It's good to be the beast" featurette; gag reel; deleted scenes
Ana Gasteyer, Anna Kendrick, Craig Robinson, Rob Corddry, John Francis Daley
When the Apocalypse actually happens and a billion people are raptured up to heaven, Lindsey and her boyfriend Ben are left behind in suburban Seattle. The young couple try their best to lead a normal life surrounded by talking locusts, blood rain showers, and pot-smoking wraiths. But when the Anti-Christ makes his home base in their neighborhood, Lindsey finds herself the object of his affection
Rating: R; for language including crude sexual references throughout, and for drug use
submitted by Cigarman on February 12, 2014, 12:35 pm
The General Concept of the Movie started out well, The Idea of the RAPTURE;(When God Selects his choosen ones to join him in Heaven.) I started out funny .Then went down hill rather Quickly!
The Mis-casting Of Anna Kendrick as the "ANTI-CHRIST"(a.k.a the BEAST), Love interest was the first mistake;(she seems too Young). I would have like to have seen somene with some better acting "chops" like maybe Kristen Wiig, for example.
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