A post-apocalyptic story based on Harlan Ellison’s book. A boy and his dog communicate telepathically while they wonder the wasteland for proteins and sex. Dynamic duo discovers an secret underground city where the traditions of the “old society” are preserved. The daughter of one of the leaders of the community seduces and lures them below, where the citizens have become fertile because of being underground so long. They use young and healthy boy for impregnation-reproduction.
A Boy and His Dog (1975) Review:
Vic and his telepathically talking sheep dog, Blood, travel post-apocalyptic Arizona. Besides scavenging for food and sex, this movie features old, terrible porn clips, evil Amish looking people with clown makeup and possibly the greatest pun in movie history. Blood provides hilarious commentary to all Vic’s endeavors, his comments while Vic and a girl he finds have sex are particularly entertaining. At parts, this movie gets so strange you can’t do anything but laugh at it, which is definitely not a bad thing! A Boy and His Dog is not something that will ever be universally popular, but it is a great movie for late nights and all nerds. A classic piece of science fiction. – Emma
Cast and Crew:
Directed by L.Q. Jones
Starring Don Johnson, Jason Robards, Susanne Benton