This film is the sequel to "Evil Cult." Even if you saw that film, most likely you won't remember much about as it came out in 2003. Neil Stryker (Rob Taylor) is a paid assassin in a large group of paid assassins. He once attended MIT and learned from The Mad Scientist (Rob Taylor in a bad wig). The Mad Scientist has created time travel and plans on taking over the world by going back to December 24th, stealing all of Santa's toys and "breeding with Mrs. Claus." There are other plans, but none explained as well as this one. Neil has a device to track the Mad Scientist through time.
The film was more of a generic spoof of spy and science fiction films. The scenes appeared like they were all from different genres of films spliced together. A scene with goblin puppets with the leader sounding a bit like Churchill. There was a musical number. A locker room scene. Then there was the zeppelin scene where Neil is like Tom Cruise from "Mission Impossible." There was a lot of CG work. At times I thought about Buckaroo Banzai. Walter Koenig plays an old Russian fighting goblins.
This is a cult film, not for everyone. Winner for best comedy at Oregon Independent Film Festival 2016, Best feature film actor and director at Studio City Film Festival, US 2016.
Review by Michael Ledo from the Internet Movie Database.