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Radio Free Steve (2000)

A post-apocalyptic 1980s vision of the future.

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Ryan Junell ...
Steve Glenn
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Trish (as Jesse Schwartz)
Chris Sykes ...
Dirk
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Dean Haglund
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Crystal
Amy Raymond ...
Beth
Johanna Stein
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Ragina
Bruce Beesley
Christian Moore
Scott Meadows
Lisbeth Kennelly
Erik Engstrom ...
Lars Von Biers
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Radio Free Steve is a post-apocalyptic comedy best described as Mad Max meets Smokey and the Bandit about a futurist radio pirate racing across the American Southwest in search of a music video career in "New Los Angeles." Originally shot in 1984 by the film's star, Steve Glenn, RFS sat unfinished until 1999 when acclaimed filmmaker Lars von Biers discovered Glenn's video epic and raised finishing funds. Written by <steve@radiofreesteve.com>

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Made in 1984, finished in 2000. It better be good.


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Robot Finger
(2000)
Written by Brown Whörenet
Performed by Brown Whörenet
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Best underground movie of 2000
18 February 2002 | by (B-Independent.com) – See all my reviews

I saw some really great stuff in 2000, but nothing came close to this one. RADIO FREE STEVE is the ultimate party movie for those that love Geek Cinema. It's an independent film take on early 80's action films and teen romances. Steve is a man who life has turned to garbage. The only shinning hope he has is with Lars Van Beirs, a European flavor-of-the-month director who believes in teh legend of Steve movie, a Road Warrior-like actioner Steve made when he was 17, over 15 years before. RFS is a movie where everything is manipulated by the filmmakers and nothing is at it seems. Some people get the joke, most do not. This is one where you really need to have an audience to fully appreciate it.


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