Yoroi: Samurai zombie (2008)

Director


Main cast
Mitsuru Fukikoshi; Shintaro Matsubara; Airi Nakajima; Nana Natsume

Genres
Horror, Action, Foreign

Description
"A family is kidnapped by a couple who have guns. Wandering lost, they get together in a place where there are zombies in samurai armor. Encountering zombies and police, reunited family struggle and get to confront a tragic secret. A fun action-horror on the low budget B-movie."


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