Teenage Caveman (2001)
Teenage Caveman (2001) Genre(s): Horror | Sci-Fi

Directed by: Larry Clark

Starring: Andrew Keegan, Jeffrey Pritz, Tara Subkoff, Richard Hillman, Tiffany Limos, Stephen Jasso, Crystal Grant, Hayley Keenan

Synopsis: After most of humanity is wiped out by some unspecified event, a group of people survive by living a caveman-like existence. Some young'uns escape and head for the city where they meet a very odd and very friendly couple.

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Ripley's movie review

Quite possibly the worst movie I have ever seen. The story was so so but the acting and the dialogue! Absolutely, unbelievably terrible. I might have found the whole thing funny (I did laugh out loud several times) except that they tried to turn it into a porn movie part way through. I'll tell ya... I've seen my fair share of porn and the acting in this movie was much worse than in any of them.

I'm curious about one thing though. Near the end of the movie, one guy loses his head. Literally. One of the characters sets it on a chair and from that point on, the camera cuts to it over and over and over again. People talking, head, people fighting, head, people blinking, head. Just how much did they spend on that thing anyway?

I suppose I should have put a spoiler warning on that last paragraph but, if you're smart, you won't watch the movie. I watched it because it was part of the Creature Feature series and the only reason I sat through the whole thing was so I could write this review. Pretty sad, huh?

Added 20 October 2002 at 6:23 AM

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