Exit Humanity Reviews
Kadopádn? tento vynechte. Bé?kov? nato?ené, roztahané a pomalé, herecké výkony taky nic extra. Musel jsem se ob?tovat, abych vás p?ed tímto filmem varoval. :-)
(2011) Exit Humanity
WESTERN DRAMA HORROR
Straight-to-rental and low budget that acts like a cross between "The Last Man On Earth", "The Omega Man" and "28 Days Later" perhaps the Western equivalent of "Dawn Of The Dead" with a new kind of setting which takes place during the "Civil War" centering on a narration involving the first time the central character noticed zombies. What this film does well is that it focuses more on the after effects toward it's human characters than on the gore stuff which not many zombie films do well very often- hence the title "Exit Humanity". It has Edward Young (Mark Gibson) writing a 'journal' narrated by Brian Cox about his own experiences living with zombies as well as the effects it has on other people 5 years later after the Civil War and then attempting to settle down with a wife and son. It's the most unlikely scenario since the civil war has already been a part of history ,so it's defined as a what if scenario! The breakout of zombies serves as a backdrop to the journal aspect of it which can be moving and sincere, and is an idea that has "never" been done before(at least as far as I know). The low budget production is sometimes evident as soon as some of the zombies are shown since some look fake meaning the budget restraints may have been compromised to resort to animated drawn sequences. Perhaps if the movie is remade again but with a much larger budget, my rating may have been higher.
2.5 out of 4 stars