Surge leaves his home town, Big City, to pursue his arch enemy headed to Las Vegas to find mysterious crystals key to the diabolical plan of an even greater super villain, which erupts in a battle on Hoover Dam and back in Big City.
Surge, cinema's first out gay superhero, is back with more adventure and more celebrity guests than ever before. His nemesis, the Metal Master, is out of jail again in Big City and is willing to play it straight - well, you know what I mean, to reconcile with his estranged parents, but is also tempted to go back to crime by Augur, the enigmatic arch enemy of Omen, the sage and fabled superhero of bygone days. Augur gives Metal Master a special mission, but Surge is in hot pursuit. New friends Wendy, Marvin, and Todd join Surge in the investigation. Needing more assistance, Surge activates the Surgemobile's new artificial intelligence. Las Vegas headliner, Frank Marino, gives our hero and friends a clue to Metal Master's diabolical intentions. Their clash forces Augur to emerge from the shadows, causing Omen to step into the fray. Their epic confrontation awakens The Council, a league of retired supervillains. To battle this new threat Omen must call on her vigilant team. Find out what...Written by
Surge of Power Enterprises
With the abundance of blockbuster super-hero films dominating the box-office, it's refreshing to see a thoroughly comedic take on the genre! It's quite obviously a low-budget, b-grade film - but the cast & the filmmakers know that, and they do a solid job of delivering a camp, funny film, filled to the brim with a host of b-grade celebrity cameos (is there anything Eric Roberts isn't in?). Grab a couple of drinks, don't take it too seriously, and you'll have a blast watching this.
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