Friday, November 23, 2018

Johnny Z Brings Tension and Conflict with this First Teaser Trailer

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A new teaser trailer has debuted for Jonathan Straiton's (Night of Something Strange) Johnny Z. This zombie thriller was penned by horror creator Ron Bonk (She Kills). And, the film stars: Michael Merchant (House Shark), martial arts master Felix Cortes, Ellie Church (Harvest Lake) and many others. In this action thriller, one man holds the cure to a zombie epidemic. Johnny (Merchant) must find a missing doctor, before he can put the undead down (again). Johnny Z was developed by Hurricane Bridge Entertainment. And, a teaser trailer is available now, for the film.

This title was funded through a successful Indiegogo campaign. Fully independent, the campaign continues with participants able to pick up lots of perks. A signed Blu-ray is available, along with several other treats. A link to the ongoing project is below.

As well, the first teaser trailer shows some of the film's exciting scenarios. One man evades a horde of the undead, while other characters shamble around. Meanwhile, the military gets involved, leading to an exciting conclusion.

It has just been announced that Johnny Z will begin a film festival run in early 2019. Specific dates and locations will be announced soon. For now, fans of zombie thrillers can check out the latest material, on Johnny Z, as the film prepares for a North American debut!















Release Date: 2019 (Film Festivals).

Director: Jonathan Straiton.

Writers: Ron Bonk, Jonathan Straiton.

Cast: Michael Merchant, Felix Cortes, Jason Delgado, David E. Mcmahon, Ellie Church, Wayne W. Johnson and Trey Harrison.

The latest trailer for Johnny Z (courtesy of Hurricane Bridge):




You can sign up for a Limited Edition Blu-ray here: Johnny Z at Indiegogo

A homepage for Johnny Z: Johnny Z's Official Website

Straiton's previous feature was the gross-out horror feature Night of Something Strange:




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