Ruled by the evil Satoris, an ancient cult of Canadian wrestlers, the Ziox, are bent on world domination. Instrumental to their plan is a map to the ancient Ziox cult idol, recently discovered by a young boy, Troy. When the Ziox invade his home to recover the map, he flees and ends up in the bed of a passing pickup truck, driven by Rowsdower. Rowsdower and Troy become friends, and together search for the lost idol before the Ziox can claim it and take over the world.
Leo L. Schwab <firstname.lastname@example.org>
A lost city... A cult of unholy warriors... And a boy's quest for the secret of his father's death.
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Did You Know?
If you watch the end Credits one can see a credit blooper, The characters Troy - is accredited to Bruce J. Mitchell, while Zapp RouseDower is Accredited to Christian Malcom. The blooper is that the names are switched. Bruce played as Zapp and Christian played as Troy. It can be guessed that the low budget didn't include proper payment and Credit organization. See more
In the ending credits, Bruce J. Mitchell is incorrectly credited as 'Troy' and Christian Malcolm is incorrectly credited as 'Rowsdower'. Christian Malcolm played the part of 'Troy' and Bruce J. Mitchell played the part of 'Rowsdower'. See more
You found that - Troy, you had no business there.
My father is my business.
Oh Troy, I'm sorry. I only want you to forget him, to carry on with your own life.
Am I like him?
Yes. You're very much like him.