Poster Art For Civil War Zombie Picture EXIT HUMANITY

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Poster Art For Civil War Zombie Picture EXIT HUMANITY
A tip of the hat here to Justin Erickson - whose work is well familiar to regular readers of Rue Morgue Magazine - for his stellar new poster art for Canadian produced zombie picture Exit Humanity.

Though produced just outside of Toronto the film is set towards the end of the US Civil War when the dead begin to walk again. Dee Wallace, Bill Mosely and Stephen McHattie are the most recognizable faces in John Geddes' film, though you'll see me in there as well briefly as I spent a day on set, got heavily made up and was shot (twice) at the end of an extended single take sequence.

Not only did I see the creators at work on this one but I also had the chance to see a healthy amount of raw footage played back from earlier in the shoot and I have very high hopes for this. In addition to the poster art we have also added eight new images - including one particularly good creature shot - to the gallery below.

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, 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), and new horror hero Mark Gibson, Exit Humanity is a zombie saga that tells the tale of the ultimate battle of good vs. evil.
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SwarezDecember 13, 2010 4:51 AM

Coolio. Love me some horror westerns.