Ex-kickboxing champion turned sports photographer Max Havoc again finds himself in Guam on a publicity photo shoot. Max's helpful ways land him in the lives of the vacationing sisters Jane and Christy Goody who have acquired a rare jade dragon, which belongs to the ruthless Japanese Yakuza who will stop at nothing to get it back. It's up to Max to stop the Yakuza, save the sisters and restore order to the peaceful island.
Action/Adventure has a new name.
Did You Know?
Lighting technician Elvin Ralph Coon III
was very critical of the film in a Los Angeles Times article from 2007, claiming that "The whole thing was just bad all the way around . . . This thing was really destined to wind up in the cutout bin of some truck stop on the way to Barstow." See more
In the scenes supposedly taking place in Japan, the cars have the steering wheel on the left. In Japan, as in all right hand drive countries, they are on the right. See more
When you come to "GLUAM", be sure and visit all the villages of the island, like I have!
Followed by Max Havoc: Ring of Fire
Composed by Anthony Riparetti
(as Tony Riparetti) See more