Teenage Caveman 2002
R | 1h 26min | Sci-Fi, Thriller, Horror | TV Movie 2 July 2002
In a post-apocalyptic future mankind is lives in a prehistoric manner. After killing his father for sexually assaulting his girlfriend, the son of a tribal leader runs away with a group of his teenage friends. They are taken in by Neil and Judith who introduce them to the vices outlawed by their tribes namely sex and drugs.Neil and Judith, however, are genetically altered indestructible mutants who have their own plans for the future of the human race.
Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)
Rated R for strong sexuality, substance abuse, language, and violence – all involving teens
Don’t listen to the individual who was upset by the profanity and sacrilege in this movie. If those bother you you may also not like the many drunken teenage orgy scenes, the graphic decapitation, the naked chick who explodes, etc.
But I mean, how many people are there out there who don’t enjoy that type of picture? Not many, obviously. Let’s be real here. So anyway. What makes this picture special is that it’s from the sleazy arthouse director Larry Clark (KIDS, ANOTHER DAY IN PARADISE, BULLY) and contains all the usual subject matter and style of his pictures, ye with a postapocalyptic warrior tribe, and Stan Winston effects where after the orgy they turn into lumpy monsters and fight each other.
This is a stupid movie with some really bad acting by the villain and the usual corny dialogue but if you enjoy Larry Clark pictures, as all of us do, obviously, then you will get a kick out of it. It’s such an unnatural combination of style and subject matter that it is what you might call “a hoot.” Unless you don’t like to have a good time, you will probaly like this picture.
Director: Larry Clark
Writer: Christos N. Gage
Stars: Andrew Keegan, Tara Subkoff, Richard Hillman
Release Date: 2 July 2002 (USA)
Also Known As: Teenage Caveman
Filming Locations: California, USA