Pop Geeks Reviews Wild Eye Releasing’s Antihuman
Antihuman is not a movie about nihilism, nor is it a biography about George Carlin. Antihuman is a movie that, although its’ billed as a horror movie like Resident Evil, is more of a psychological horror piece. The movie, set in England, centers around Maggie (Anya Korzun), a dying young woman who is hoping to find something at her childhood home, whether it’s peace of mind or the truth about her late mother. Setting out with her friend Peggy (Danielle Arden), as well as the more-reluctant Avery (Katie Keight) and Catarina (Kathryn Goldsmith), Maggie returns to her home, which actually turns out to be an old mental hospital. Meeting a former worker at the hospital named Walker (Andrew Jardine), Maggie tells of the apocalyptic visions she’s had, and it’s difficult for everyone to tell whether she’s losing her mind as she’s dying or preparing for a major change.