Bloody Disgusting Selects acquires new Zombie flick ‘Exit Humanity’

We brought you news of John Geddes end of the world Zombie horror Exit Humanity back in July, and today we have found out the film has been acquired by Bloody Disgusting Selects for distribution. There are no release details yet, but it is good to know the film has a distributor. Bloody Disgusitng Selects will no doubt be releasing the film next year, and with Chop due at the end of December in the US, the website and film distributor are continuing their upward climb to become a force to be reckoned with in the world of horror.

The film stars some big names including Dee Wallace, Bill Moseley, Stephen McHattie, Mark Gibson and Jordan Hayes. For more on the film you can visit the Facebook page here: Exit Humanity Facebook page and the Exit Humanity website!

How does a man deal with the loss of everything meaningful in his life, and the loss of mankind’s humanity amongst chaos and despair? Set in 1870?s Tennessee, Exit Humanity is the legend of Edward Young’s horrific and dramatic journey through an unexplainable outbreak of the walking dead to lay to rest the most important thing in his life, his son’s ashes. The bleak post-Civil War era backdrop highlights the severe divide that the United States was facing, the disasters that arise when man tries to play God, and the true loss of hope that so many felt during this period in history.

Exit Humanity blends live action and classical animation to explore how when in situations of severe horror, we must find hope through the very fears that drive us. Starring horror icons Bill Moseley (Devil’s Rejects, House of 1000 Corpses), Dee Wallace (E.T., Cujo), Stephen McHattie (The Watchmen, 300), introducing new horror hero Mark Gibson, and Narrated by Brian Cox (Braveheart, The Bourne Identity), Exit Humanity is a zombie saga that tells the tale of the ultimate battle of good vs. evil.

By Matt Wavish


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A keen enthusiast and collector of all horror and extreme films. I can be picky as i like quality in my horror. This doesn't necessarily mean it has to be a classic, but as long as it has something to impress me then i'm a fan. I watch films by the rule that if it doesn't bring out some kind of emotive response then it aint worth watching.

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