Brain (Trevor Wight) steals the proverbial florescent green liquid from a military zombie institute. They are nano-bots that he plans on using to make an addictive fight game. A spill causes his boss to become a super strong homicidal maniac. As this spreads, Charlie (Jenna Dwyer) her co-workers and other "professional" wrestlers are the only ones who can stop them.
The film was designed to be campy. About midway through there was a "groovy" homage to Bruce Campbell as his on screen persona was utilized by a man armed with a fire extinguisher. I caught a line from "Independence Day" and a few from "Unforgiven" but didn't know if they were intentional. It is sometimes hard to tell homage scenes without a director's commentary.
Charlie fell down a lot during the film, sometimes for comedic value. When she wasn't falling down she was practicing falling down. I liked Brain's T-shirt, "Jesus is Coming. Look Busy." Choreographed fight scenes shouldn't be run in slow motion when it shows a person falling down before they get hit unless you do it for camp value, but then make it obvious.
Review by Michael Ledo from the Internet Movie Database.