Yes - no atheist is just an atheist. Every atheist will have all sorts of other views and values. It's those views and values that are the source for... well... everything the atheist believes. An atheist's beliefs don't really flow from atheism; it's just that atheists are free to believe things that are incompatible with theism.
A rock in a pot of water, if you were approaching things honestly.
I need something other than atheism to come to a value judgement about religion.
Are you an atheist because of a judgement you made about religion? Maybe not, but if so, being an atheist is a result of that judgement. So it's not atheism, since it is the result of a judgement. The specifics of that judgement which led to atheism can also lead to anti-theism.
Of course I don't know. Maybe what led you to atheism has nothing to do with religion. If you are honestly neutral towards religion, then there is no reason that you would be anti-theistic.