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2000 years ago he conquered the world... Now he's back to clean it up See more »
Plot:
Andrew Garrey is a cop trying to reveal the background of secret killing fights named "Game". He takes... See more » | Add synopsis »
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One of the worst fighting movies ever made See more (13 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)
Frank Anderson ... Leo Bravo
Dan Carter ... Security Guard #3

Eugene Clark ... Police Captain

Christopher Lee Clements ... Jodar
Heather Gillan ... Attractive Escort

James Hong ... Parmenion
Steve Kendry ... Bookie #1
Peter Kerenyi ... Insurance Adjuster
Joe Lalogga ... Security Guard #2

Lorenzo Lamas ... Andrew Garrett
Phil Morrison ... Gambler #1
Mary Jo Nadzalski ... Tour Guide
Paul Park ... Asian Henchman #2

Louis Paquette ... Thief #1
Nicholas Pasco ... Nick Milano
Brian Renwick ... Hefty Doorman
Garry Robbins ... Mongol
Henry Roth ... Bookie #2

Claire Stansfield ... Julie

George Touliatos ... Chris Kilos
Steve Viguola ... Thief #2
Jim Walker ... Henchman #3
Chris Walpole ... Security Guard #4
Jim Yee ... Asian Henchman #3
David Zafiro ... Henchman #2
Joe Boux ... Prel. Fighter #2
Simon Fon ... Fencer #1
Mark Foreman ... The Gladiator
Dave Geneau ... Mowerman
Stephaine Kotani Geneau ... Prel. Fighter #3
Gary Goodridge ... Angel of Death
Scott Hogarth ... Chang Lung
Harold Howard ... Rebel
Zack Kotlyar ... Gym Fencer
Sandy MacMaster ... Fencer #2
Jim Miller ... Prel. Fighter #1

Layton Morrison ... Executioner
Howard Putterman ... Butcher
Rich Stadnyk ... The Mask
Pat Sweeney ... Black Night
Linda Webber ... Prel. Fighter #4
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bob Barrett ... Henchman #4
Astrid Falconi ... Muscle Woman

Tig Fong ... Asian Henchman
Louie Jannetta ... Announcer
Ric Randmaa ... Security guard#1
Anthony Vargus ... Henchman #1

Directed by
Nick Rotundo 
 
Writing credits
Nick Rotundo  written by &
Paco Alvarez  written by &
Nicolas Stiliadis 

Produced by
Paco Alvarez .... producer
Syd Cappe .... executive producer
Alice O'Neil .... line producer
Don Schneider .... executive producer
Nicolas Stiliadis .... producer
 
Original Music by
Alun Davies 
Guy Zerafa 
 
Cinematography by
Edgar Egger 
 
Casting by
Michael Jannetta 
Adriana Michel 
Anne Sketchley 
 
Production Design by
Raymond Lorenz 
 
Set Decoration by
David Chevalier 
Paul Dallin 
 
Costume Design by
Judith England 
 
Makeup Department
Leon Van Dyk .... hair stylist
Monique Venier .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Chuck Vergara .... unit manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Steve Arroyave .... first assistant director
Daniella Bonan .... second assistant director
John Bradshaw .... additional unit director
Dan Carter .... third assistant director
Michael Kennedy .... additional unit director
 
Art Department
Noel Paul .... construction coordinator
Woody Stewart .... property master
Susan Tanton .... scenic painter
 
Sound Department
Steve Baine .... foley artist
Fred Brennan .... sound effects editor
Nelson Ferreira .... adr editor
Herwig Gayer .... boom operator
Manse James .... sound effects editor
Andy Koyama .... re-recording mixer
Ao Loo .... sound recordist
Erika Schengili-Roberts .... boom operator
Brian Slack .... stereo sound consultant
Tony van den Akker .... re-recording mixer
Daniel W. Victor Jr. .... stereo sound consultant
Michael Worth .... sound effects editor
 
Special Effects by
Brock Jolliffe .... special effects
 
Stunts
Marco Bianco .... stunt coordinator
Mike Jones .... assistant stunt coordinator
Joe Lalogga .... stunts
Walter Masko .... stunt driver
Layton Morrison .... stunts
Steve Viguola .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Kristen Dolenko .... second assistant camera
Harper Forbes .... gaffer
Michael Gibson .... still photographer
Mark Hoffman .... first assistant camera
David Hutton .... key grip
Janos Konye .... second assistant camera
Brent Robinson .... camera trainee
Patrick Robinson .... best boy
David Suddaby .... electrician (as Dave Suddaby)
Brad Vos .... first assistant camera: dailies
Fabian Walsh .... crane operator
 
Casting Department
Robert Pelletier .... fight casting
 
Editorial Department
Steve Arroyave .... post-production coordinator
Ricardo Olivero .... color timer
 
Location Management
Chris Monette .... location manager
 
Transportation Department
Erwin Roithmeier .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Marco Bianco .... action director: second unit
Mary Canty .... continuity
Sandy Creighton .... executive production assistant
Scott Hogarth .... weapons master
Domenic Mazzagatti .... production coordinator
Lonnie Ramati .... production business affairs (uncredited)
 

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Rated R for strong violence, and for language and sexuality
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92 min
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Crew or equipment visible: In one of the fighting scenes, the camera pulls out and pans round and camera equipment and a cameraman are clearly seen standing in the corner of the ring.See more »
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Follows The Swordsman (1992)See more »

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8 out of 11 people found the following review useful.
One of the worst fighting movies ever made, 27 November 2005
Author: sveknu

If you're looking for an entertaining fighting movie, avoid this one at all costs. Do you want to see a movie that's so bad that it becomes an unintentional comedy? Then you also should avoid this one, because it's so utterly bad that it's not even funny. The movie's plot circles around illegal, underground street-arena fights where the fighters use many kinds of brutal weapons and kill each other. Sound familiar? This has been done many times, but never as bad as this. Most of the fighters are really unfit and shabby people, and there aren't much that reminds me of true martial arts skills. The story makes no sense, and is just full of plot holes. I just don't get why Lorenzo Lamas stars in this. He's not exactly the best action star around, but this was a disaster even by his standards.

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