When Edward Young wakes up in his cabin after killing his wife, he holds a lever action rifle with a hooded front sight. These sights did not come into existence until the mid to late 1900's., at least a hundred years after the story takes place. See more »
In an early scene, a shirtless zombie walking through a pond washes off the make-up on his forearms. See more »
[Bellowing to god]
WHY ARE YOU DOING THIS TO ME? HAS THE DEVIL DEFEATED YOU?
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Pretty Good Undead Historical Piece
Exit Humanity is not a movie to watch for action, blood and gore. It's a slow period piece that follows one man's journey of survival through an undead outbreak after the civil war.
It's got a great 1860's feel to it, pretty good acting and script, a plot with lots of potential, and is interspersed with some superb narration & animated sequences.
But there are 2 major flaws to Exit Humanity:
1) It is Slow. This movie is about 110min long, and it should have been 80. Long periods given to the protagonist's grief should have been pared down.
2) The script/plot touches onto the history and ancient origin of the undead, and a possible cure, but doesn't go further. I was hoping the protagonist would continue his journey of discovery concerning the undead - which via his journal, would connect & help fight the 20th century outbreaks. But no, this potentially exiting avenue was left unexplored.
Pretty good movie: I give Exit Humanity 6 out of 10.
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