Johnny Z Trailer
Jonathan Straiton‘s Johnny Z (2023) movie trailer has been released by Black Mandala Films. The Johnny Z trailer stars Michael Merchant, Jason Delgado, David E. McMahon, Ellie Church, and Felix Cortes.
Johnny Z‘s plot synopsis: “Johnny is half human and half zombie. Within his blood just might be the cure to the zombie epidemic. Yet after escaping a medical prison called Nordac, he comes under the guidance of Grandmaster Jonray and his brother Crisanto. This sets Johnny on a path using his martial arts skills to find a doctor who can create the cure; while also helping his master to fight some personal demons.”
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