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Tracey Birdsall and Rogue Warrior come home

There are few cooler things for Shawn, Amy and I than seeing something we've endorsed, or someone we've interviewed, succeed. That was the case with Matt Sconce and his flick Altar, and it turns out that's also the story with Tracey Birdsall and her flick Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter.

Not that Tracey, who like the movie's director, Neil Johnson, hasn't been in the business for years. But we learned today that their movie Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter -- which we discussed with them on the show last season -- has had a successful theatrical run and is heading home via VOD.

Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter, which is described as a mix of Mad Max and Star Wars, is set in the far future, where humanity has been overthrown by an artificial intelligence. Tracey plays Sienna, a resourceful rebel, who sets out to overthrow Earth's robot rulers.

Tracey and Neil were an awesome interview, and are super cool and talented people. It's rewarding to know we'll get to see this fun sounding flick when it hits streaming services Aug. 15.

Until then, feast your eye holes on this beauty of a poster.


Source: October Coast

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