A strange hybrid of art film and zombie picture that is told by journal entries read by Brian Cox and tells the story of a man home from the civil war faced with a nightmare of the living dead. After being forced to kill his own family he struggles to keep his sanity and humanity. Well told with an excellent score and fairly good performances for the genre. Not really for the horror hounds but a tasty alternative.
Alike The Battery, Exit Humanity is an ambitious zombie picture with literary ambitions rather than the typical traits of many horror films. Geddes has a poetic directing style and the acting by Mark Gibson is one of the better performances in the genre of recent times. With a sweeping, epic scope accentuating Exit Humanity's sincere analysis of 'hope', it's more profound and heartfelt than many give it credit for.