In a madcap future era, the world's greatest secret agent struggles to rescue his young son from the clutches of his infamous former mentor.

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Rob Taylor
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David Ogden Stiers ... The Admiral
Rob Taylor ... Neil Stryker / The Mad Scientist
Nic Costa ... Darrel Freeway / Clark Longbow
Walter Koenig ... Ray Nabroski (future)
Matt Zak Matt Zak ... Agent Kevin Humphries
Bryna Smith Bryna Smith ... Nurse Sharon
Jordana Ansley Jordana Ansley ... Veronica
Michael Friedrichs Michael Friedrichs ... Agent Ray Nabroski (present) / Sherlock Holmes
Traben Pleasant Traben Pleasant ... Agent Ben Brenner
Bobby Ryan Bobby Ryan ... Agent Johnson
Stephen Lisk Stephen Lisk ... Commander Fred
Seantos Mcdonald Seantos Mcdonald ... Lance
Jared McClain Jared McClain ... The Commodore
Matt Haley ... Dr. John H. Watson
Richard Lata Richard Lata ... Spanish Thug
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In a madcap future era, the world's greatest secret agent struggles to rescue his young son from the clutches of his infamous former mentor.

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Keep your friends close... and just kill your enemies.


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Actor Matt Zak gained 35 pounds over the course of the long shooting schedule. See more »

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Follows Evil Cult (2003) See more »

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Overacting & Nudity, Not Much Money For Sets
21 May 2017 | by wamwatcherSee all my reviews

Saw this on a big screen at Midwest Weirdfest. It is fun for what it is, a movie that took several years to make with no money. And the actress playing the Nurse said "There's Nudity!" ~ & Over-The-Top-Acting, which is my big gripe for the film. Regarding the acting, I thought the villain was too far over the top & our hero not far behind.

They did one cool acting trick with Koenig & his "younger self" that caught me off guard, so I loved it. David Oden Stiers knew someone on set & lobbied to be in it...

Another movie for the curious.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 April 2017 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Neil Stryker and the Tyrant of Time See more »

Filming Locations:

Portland, Oregon, USA

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$155,000 (estimated)
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1.78 : 1
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