Last Woman on Earth (1960)

body horrorno
violence toward animalsyes
Bechdel-Wallace testfailed
Mako Morifailed
X was the real YIt turns out that monogamy was the real monster.

Whereas Last Man on Earth promises only one man. This movie makes you suffer through two of them.

I don't want to waste a lot of time reviewing this one as the only thing it has in its favour is that it's only 70 minutes long.

A law-breaking businessman, his lawyer, and his wife become the last surviving humans. There's immediate tension because the businessman thinks his wife is his property, the lawyer immediately falls in love with the wife, and because they forgot to write a character for the wife. Tedium ensues.

I assume the only reason you'd consider this one is if you wanted to pair it with Last Man on Earth. Don't, instead watch Omega Man and let Last Man be the bad one in your double feature.