A Mercenary And A Cowgirl Ninja Crack Zombie Skulls In The New Shortfilm, AIM FOR THE HEAD
Award winning independent action filmmaker Fernando Jay Huerto and actress and co-director/producer Sarah May Jewell are hitting the internet airwaves with the latest shortfilm from Jabronie Pictures, AIM FOR THE HEAD. As per the release of the Jabronie Pictures DVD which is currently on sale at the Jabronie Pictures official website, Friday’s release is not to be mistaken as a sequel to previous “Aim” titles in the Jabronie Pictures catalogue; AIM FOR THE HEAD is an interwoven film between Aim For The Head: A Guide To Zombie Defense, Aim For The Heart: A Guide To Vampire Defense, Gunpoint 2 and one of Jay’s latest films, Heart Shot Grand Prix: Bullet With Butterfly Wings. The shortfilm also stars Anthony Noceda and Rommel Andaya, along with Gina Mauro who also took charge of the zombie make-up effects.
When a viral outbreak turns the population of a small town into zombies, the local government hires mercenaries and contract killers to exterminate the living dead. Tara Marshall, the new leader of the Cowgirl Ninja Sorority, runs into Chris Marino, an independent, during the job.
Jay says fans can also expect a companion follow-up piece in a couple weeks which will be a remake of the first “Aim” film, which will have the same title as before, AIM FOR THE HEAD: A Guide To Zombie Defense. He is also planning an international feature film of his own, so I allege that those details will come out when the time is right. In the meantime, be sure to follow him on Facebook, twitter and Youtube where you can get updates on all the gritty, bone-crushing, blood-splattering action from Jabronie Pictures!
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(This article was updated at 4:11)
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