A Boy and His Dog
Directed by L.Q. Jones
World War IV has ravaged Earth, and its survivors must battle for food, shelter and companionship in a post-atomic wasteland. This classic sci-fi tale follows the exploits of a young man, Vic (Don Johnson), and his telepathic dog, Blood, as they struggle through the barren wilderness. In the midst of their meager existence, foraging for scraps of food and battling ruthless gangs, Vic and Blood encounter a young woman who lures them into a surreal city deep beneath the earth’s surface.
World War IV has ravaged Earth, and its survivors must battle for food, shelter and companionship in a post-atomic wasteland.
Cast: Don Johnson, Susanne Benton, Jason Robbards, Tim McIntire
Wouldn't call this a horror movie. Feels very fallout-y, he even calls his dog "dogmeat
Very clearly many of these reviewers have missed the point entirely. This is a great film and commentary. It's not presenting a single character to be idolized.
A brilliant film with a different look at the post-apocalyptic world where monsters and raiders roam the world, all the while the creepy folks living in a twisted utopia of the underground are watching. The ending is one of the most underrated in film history. Overall, the acting is what you expect from a 70's horror. The little nuances and background details really flesh out the story. I highly recommend this film.
Not a bad movie. Good movie when getting stoned. But the whole thing is a build up to a bad joke at the end.