|Release||May 29, 2020 (Limited)|
|Cast||Stephen McHattie, Juliette Lewis, Henry Rollins, Lisa Houle, TÃ³mas Lemarquis, Morgan Csarno-Peklar, Themis Pauwels|
|Writer||Tony Burgess, Patrick Whistler|
|Genres||Comedy, Horror, Fantasy|
Reluctant hit man Johnny Dead Eyes (Stephen McHattie) is ordered by diabolical underworld kingpin Hercules (Henry Rollins) to cut off the pinkie finger of his jazz legend doppelgÃ¤nger The Maestro (Stephen McHattie), whose only offense was to forget Hercules' name.
Johnny travels to Europe where he makes his way through a neo-noir cityscape populated with street urchins, vampires, and a crime queen called The Countess (Juliette Lewis), while — like all movie hit men — contemplating getting out of the game. But first he meets a young boy Dario (Morgan Csarno-Peklar), whose 14-year-old sister Olivia (ThÃ©mis Pauwels) has been kidnapped for child prostitution. In the meantime, The Countess's vampire brother (TÃ³mas Lemarquis) wants to marry Olivia for her virgin blood.