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quietearth [Celluloid 05.27.09] post apocalyptic movie news scifi

One thing I love about the Glass Eye Pix crew is their use of Angus Scrimm who plays a long-dead scientist and quasi-father to the main character of this story, surrounded by her robots and in constant battle with those jerks across the way. (I won't mention that her acting is terrible, oh wait, I just did) It's still a cool little flick though, sweet robots and don't forget, The Tall Man. Director James Felix McKenney dropped us a line and let us now the whole movie is now available for free online via NY Publuic TV's WNET Reel 13 website, so go enjoy!

A global war has left the surface of the Earth uninhabitable, and the few humans who have lived through the conflict have been driven underground in order to survive. The Girl (Christine Spencer) lives in a subterranean bunker that she shares with several rattletrap robots of her own design. The Girl occupies herself by watching old videotapes of a scientist who was her friend and mentor before the apocalypse, but lately she has other things on her mind. Another survivor (Brenda Cooney) has established a robot army, and is using the machines to lay claim to the remains of the Earth. As the Girl constructs her own mechanical security force, she discovers the Enemy Leader has a dangerous surprise in his arsenal -- the ability to turn the Girl's robot friends against her.

Watch it in full here.

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Tessa Dock (13 years ago) Reply

yet another rip-off of Philip K. Dick. Check out his novel The Penultimate Truth.
~~ Tessa Dick

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