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When mankind is reduced to a handful of scared cave dwellers, a rebellious group of teenagers are cast out of their tribe and search the land for a new paradise reminiscent of their lost civilization. During their travels, the teens encounter two immortal super-humans, Judith and Neil, who appear at first to be the answer to their prayers. However the couple's true motives soon become clear when they cleverly seduce each teenager in an attempt to pass on a super-human virus. When one of the youths resists, a series of ugly deaths are set into motion, culminating in a vicious battle to the death.
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Teenage Caveman is a stylishly radical sci-fi thriller starring an impressive cast of up-and-coming actors including Andrew Keegan (10 Things I Hate About You, The Broken Hearts Club), Tara Subkoff (The Cell)and Richard Hillman (Bring It On). Controversial director Larry Clark (Kids, Bully) and writer Christos N. Gage (The Breed) take the horror genre to brave new places with this very original film featuring amazing special effects from Oscar winning monster maker Stan Winston. Get ready for an outrageous and unconventional ride into a prehistoric future that you'll never forget!
David (Keegan) is frustrated with the repressive laws of his cave-dwelling tribe. Restless, stubborn and defiant, his attitude problem turns deadly whe he is forced to kill the tribe leader, his father, to protect his girlfriend. Now, banished to the dangerous and unexplored zone outside their cave, he and five of his teenage friends quickly discover that the "old" world they only dreamed about has evolved without them - into a complex, seductive and ultimately terrifying nightmare beyond their wildest imagination!
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Anyway, he and his partner Judith (a stunning looking woman of Asian extraction despite her name) introduce our band (with the exception of the hero and heroine) into the joys of drink, drugs, and sex (which goes some way to explaining the 18 rating when the other films in the series only managed a 15). Teeny problem: sex with either Neil or Judith infects their partner with the same virus they have only it doesn't always take and results in exploding organs. And if the sex doesn't kill them, Neil, bonkers from the start, will.
A strange little movie directed by Larry Clark (of controversial Kids fame) and written by Christos Gage (who has since, and probably wisely, gotten regular gigs writing comics for Marvel and other comic companies). Apart from me wanting to put Richard Hillman's head in a blender, the film had its moments and the attractive cast were often naked which made up for some of the annoyances and there was an adequate amount of gore. But, to be honest, it really was a pretty dumb movie.
Straight up, this film sucks. It's appalling. It's awful. Have you got the point yet? No? This film is pure, Grade A garbage, pure and simple.
It seems to be split somewhere between Clarke doing Kids-lite, and Stan Winston (how did they rope him in?) having a laugh with some ropey SFX that look like he was trying to pay off his credit card bill after buying every dinosaur from the Jurassic Park lot. The plot is, well, apocalyptic, and a bunch of teens leave their caves for the big city, and partake in some sex, drugs, and rock n' roll with some kids in the big city, but can't handle it in a very extreme way, which is Stan's cue for some SFX that wouldn't look out of place in any straight to video, bottom shelf, no-budget, less brains slasher flick (so good, they show one sequence twice - dear God). AND THAT'S IT. I have just saved you a couple of hours to do something else, be grateful, go and watch Donnie Darko; same run time, infinatly better.
Kids was good, Bully was good, Teenage Caveman is...an accident. Check the dictionary under "Film-maker's Folly", and the video cover will be there. From top to bottom, this is tripe. Watch if you are a sado-masochist, or more likely into straight to video, bottom shelf, no-budget, less brains slasher flicks, in which case you are beyond redemption anyway.
miscast in this role, I can't think of any actor of the time who would look convincing as a "Teenage Caveman". But who cares? There's no pretence at high art with this film, just sixty-five minutes of Corman fun. Ridiculous as it is, it's still a long way off being the worst film of all time, even though I've seen it listed as such.
There are prehistoric monsters - of sorts, killer quicksand and a dodgy man in a radiation suit, the only thing missing is colour, but with Roger you can't have it all. As with all the Direct Video Arkoff titles there are nine trailers and a lengthy audio interview with Samuel Z at London's NFT. Some, but not all of these DVDs contained a set of postcards. Complete with colourful sleeve, which bears little relation to the actual film, this title is nevertheless worth seeking out if you are interested in Roger Corman's skill at making something out of very little.
Far be it from me to tell the DVD distributors their business, but these Arkoff titles might have been better released as double or triple bills, though I suspect that is easier said than done
I do enjoy the occassionly cheap horror flick, so don't misunderstand me. Give me Toxic Avenger over this drivel every time.