EFM: More good news as both ‘Exit Humanity’ and ‘Monster Brawl’ find international distribution





Here’s some more really good news coming out of Berlin’s European Film Market, two highly original and stunning looking horrors have picked up international distribution thanks to Raven Banner. Exit Humanity looks amazing, a very original take on the zombie film, and to see some trailers and all our previous stories, click here. Monster Brawl just looks like good old silly nonsense that will no doubt be very pleasing as a Friday night beer movie, check out the trailer here.

From the Press Release
Raven Banner has acquired international rights to two of the hottest genre films from 2011, MONSTER BRAWL and EXIT HUMANITY.

Winner of an Audience Award at the Fantasia Film Festival, Monster Brawl brings the over-the-top premise of classic monsters (Frankenstein, Werewolf, Cyclops, The Mummy and more) in a winner-take-all wrestling tournament set inside an abandoned and cursed graveyard.

Written and directed by Jesse T. Cook, the film stars Dave Foley, Robert Maillet (Sherlock Holmes), Art Hindle (The Brood), wrestling stars Kevin Nash, Jimmy Hart, UFC’s Herb Dean and Lance Henriksen (Aliens) as the Narrator.

Set in post-Civil War America using a unique blend of live action and classical animation, John Geddes’ EXIT HUMANITY tells the story of a man’s horrific 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 film stars 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).

Raven Banner’s Managing Partner Michael Paszt and James Fler negotiated the deal with producers Geddes, Cook and Matt Wiele of Foresight Features.

By Matt Wavish

About Matt Wavish 10002 Articles
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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