Exit Humanity

IMDb Rating 5.3 10 4


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May 12, 2019



Brian Cox as Father Reilly
Dee Wallace as Dory - Mother
Stephen McHattie as Officer Hawkings
Steven McChattie as Tarot Reader
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870.48 MB
23.976 fps
114 min
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1.79 GB
23.976 fps
114 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by bassplace88 7 / 10 / 10

Well done zombie drama...The horror is in the story, not the action

A unique and well done dramatic zombie period piece. The rustic technology free setting creates nice isolation which helps increase the tension. I love zombies, and these zombies are the best I've seen in a long time. Not just the makeup, which was great, but the acting and serious tone of the movie, help it excel. The music was wonderful, while the acting and narration was well done. The animation added an art-house feel, yet not overused. Not a typical horror film, but a serious drama about humanity. Definitely going to keep an eye on this director. I wish there was more of a scare element. I give it 7 out of 10 stars.

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle 8 / 10 / 10

indie horror of Civil War zombie apocalypse

A narrator (Brian Cox) reads a journal from the 19th century about the outbreak of the dead returning to life. It's 1865 Tennessee. Edward Young (Mark Gibson) is a Confederate soldier who encounters undead Union soldiers. Six years later, his home is attacked, his wife killed, and his son Adam goes missing. He finds him turned and has to destroy the body. He is in despair after losing everything. He finds Isaac in a desolate farmhouse. This small Canadian horror indie is too slow and too long. There isn't enough to justify the extended length. I can deal with the indie factor but it needs to be tighter. The lengthening of every scene strips away much of the needed intensity. I would also definitely eliminate reading the journal aspect. This concept of a zombie apocalypse in Civil War era is intriguing and could be compelling for an indie. The execution here is unable to make this good enough to seek out.

Reviewed by joihn bailey 8 / 10 / 10

Good thoughtful story line

Usually stick to conspiracy theory and apocalyptic films rather than zombies but caught this one on Spike TV(UK) and was mighty glad I did.Definitely not the usual frenetic slasher zombie fare but an altogether slower thoughtful one with great haunting music and evocative old school animation.Particularly thought that Mark Gibson in the lead role was very nearly an acting tour de force.Only two criticisms;1)the first part showing the protagonist's anguish and journey was overlong and could have done with a bit of trimming and 2)being English I sometimes struggle to understand North American accents,especially when mumbled or whispered, made doubly difficult with this film due to the incessant overbearing incidental music score,However well worth watching.

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