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Teenage Caveman

2.5 out of 5 stars 45 customer reviews

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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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  • Actors: Shan Elliot, Crystal Celeste Grant, Rob Hill (II), Richard Hillman, Paul Hipp
  • Format: Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Georgian, Chinese, Thai
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 encoding (US and Canada only)
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  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    R
    Restricted
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: July 2, 2002
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000066S26
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #101,372 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Teenage Caveman" on IMDb

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Under the official banner of a B movie Larry Clark takes his obsession with teen sex to a whole new level. Teenage Caveman takes place sometime in the future after a devastating storm wipes out humanity. The storm was an act of God who wanted to punish humans for giving into their sexual curiosity. The few survivors live in caves. In one particular cave lives David (Andrew Keegan), his girlfriend Sarah (Tara Subkoff) and a few of their friends. David's father is the tribal leader who likes to have sex with his son's friends. He believes that he is doing God's will by raping the young members of his tribe but when he tries it with Sarah David kills him. David is sentenced to death but before his punishment is carried out his friends rescue him and the teens make a break for it. They travel for days until they stumble upon an intact city that they later find out is run by solar energy. They get caught up in a sandstorm and when they come to they have been taken in by a young couple named Neil (Richard Hillman) and Judith (Tiffany Limos). Neil and Judith introduce the kids to punk rock and teach them how to drink and do lines of coke. What they delight in showing their new house guests however are the pleasures of sex which they demonstrate by inviting the kids to join them for a group bath. After the kids are cleaned up Judith leads them all in an orgy. For some of the kids they think they've found paradise with all the constant sex but David and Sarah are suspicious of their new leaders. They refrain from the sexual activities and David learns the truth about Neil and Judith. They are survivors of medical experiments that resulted in them becoming genetic mutants. It ain't all bad though since they can never die and have the power to self heal.Read more ›
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I'm a big fan of Larry Clark's other work, but I stayed away from this one for a while because I'm not into B-movie creature flicks. Eventually I decided to pick it up and check it out, and I'm so glad I did. I thought this film was going to be horribly cheesy and stupid and over the top and have bad acting and special effects. BOY was I wrong. The actors all do a great job, but the guy who plays Neil, Richard Hillman, absolutely steals the show here with truly phenomenal acting in a madman role. The film takes its time setting the tone and building up the characters and story before things really start taking off and getting crazy. The concept is totally brilliant, as a bunch of teens who've never been allowed any kind of sexual contact or any kind of delinquent fun are suddenly introduced to a world where they can have all the sex and drugs they want, and they react to the situation like any actual teen would in that kind of situation. For a sci-fi story, it's amazingly believable. The pacing is great, the cinematography is surprisingly compelling for a movie of this caliber, and I was fully invested from start to finish. This film grabs you and never lets go. I highly recommend this for anyone who likes arthouse films and Larry Clark films, but for people who like monster flicks, this one will likely disappoint with its lack of a monster until the last 15 minutes or so. It's paced slowly and wonderfully, but most fans of b-movie monster flicks don't want slow, methodical pacing. I personally loved it. If this review has intrigued you, give it a watch. You won't hate it unless you hate seeing the realities of teenage sexuality and consumption.
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A wonderfully incoherent plot moves this flick from the wasteland to the bath scene. You'll be scratching your head and saying 'oh - come on'. But that's what distances it from the emasculation of the horror genre like the Scream series and the Blair Witch Project.
70s horror owed so much to misguided teen sex where the monsters were punishing the young perpetrators. But in the 90s we got the PG version where horror just happened without the blood and gore. Here there's drugs, sex and nudity.
From silly end of the world cults to a weird Toxic Avenger ripoff this one owes nothing to the original from the 50s.
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Futuristic movie, where the adolescents are in charge after a holocaust on earth. The girl and boy leaders also have super human powers because, well you get the picture! It was okay, and for the few dollar price tag, good.
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I remember watching this movie as a teenager and finding Andrew Keegan sexy and the random nudity hot - this was before I discovered porn, but I digress. So I bought this movie a little out of nostalgia, a little out of curiousity if I would still find certain scenes/parts hot. Turns out I was just a horny teen: nothing about this movie is truly sexy but I don't mind having it in my collection
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Let me begin by saying that I seldom write any reviews of films mostly due to my intense lethargy at having to think with any intensity on a single subject for a sustained amount of time, however I have been compelled to make an exception in the case of this film after having both seen it and read some of the worst reviews ever on Amazon for it.

This is quite simply one of the worst films I have ever seen in all aspects and facets of film making, having seen some of Clarke's previous work such as Kids ( Which I didn't think was all that interesting, or revolutionary as many would make out but rather a logical and obvious film to make but all in all not that bad a movie) this film is dogged by poor production, i.e cheap affects and a crap shooting style that bleaches out colour but heightens green and purple to heighten the "Devastated" surroundings. Not to mention the pathetic acting performances that make me wonder why anyone would think that acting in such a film would further your career, for crying out loud did the actors even read the script before signing up, if they had bothered they'd have probably cottoned on by the lack of believable dialogue and constant interludes for horriffic teenage nudity and sex that this film was made for either over sexed teenagers who can't get their hands on real porn or lonely men in the 5o's without a job to watch.

My God, how could anyone even consider giving this film more than the bare minimum 1 star, the plot is completely non sensickle and the supposedly shocking nudity and sex of the teenages is horrificly over used by Clarke who now to me seems either to have lost his mind or be short of a few ideas, well here is an idea for you quit, quit now I don't think you've ever made a decent film so stop trying now.
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