Civil War Zombies: Check Out The Trailer For EXIT HUMANITY

Brian Cox brings some class to a story about the undead in the War Between the States.

Watching the trailer for Exit Humanity I am reminded a bit of the Undead Nightmare expansion for Red Dead Redemption, and I'm sure that's no accident. Still, the Civil War makes for an interesting backdrop for a zombie movie in this, the dying days of the genre. It feels like zombies have been done and done and done again, so anything new to the formula is welcome.

Brian Cox does the narration, adding some class to this low budget production, which sports some cool actors like Dee Wallace, Stephen McHattie and Bill Moseley. Bloody Disgusting Selects is releasing it at some point this year.

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