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Two young women, Angelica (Chantal Degroat), who has returned home for the summer from UCLA, and Emily (Maya Barovich) go off to a rave in the woods, where Angelica hopes to score some ecstasy. There, they meet Swan (Sage Stallone, horror aficionado and son of actor Sylvester Stallone), who, unbeknownst to them, was sent to find two na´ve young women and bring them back to his father, Chaos (Kevin Gage), and his depraved cohorts, Frankie (Stephen Wozniak) and Daisy (Kelly K.C. Quann). As the
Oct 10, 2005 Wide
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Chaos will likely find an audience based on its infamy as the most brutal film ever made. Yet I don't think I'd like to meet anyone who would subject himself to this thing willingly.
Amateurishly shot, written and acted, the film lacks any redeeming values to compensate for its horrific aesthetic.
Male exploitation denizens will file this under 'must-see,' but everyone else above legal age should consider the barf bags that distribdistrib Dinsdale Releasing is considering handing out during limited release.
Chaos presents itself as a cautionary tale for young women and their parents but proves to be pure exploitation.
A prefatory title-card-cum-alibi suggests that the film's extreme brutality is intended 'to educate and, perhaps, save lives,' but that's little more than a nauseating rationalization.
Definitely gave me the worst time I've had at a movie in years -- and I wouldn't recommend it to anyone but my worst enemies. Even then, I'd flinch.
It is bad, but not in an enjoyable way; it is violent and squalid, but not in a memorable way.
Critics have called the film offensive and morally repugnant, but that's overstating things. It's far too inept to achieve anything that complex.
There doesn't seem to be much point to the movie except to shock, and even that is in the seemingly phony guise of being socially responsible.
To endure Chaos, keep repeating: "It's only a ripoff... it's only a ripoff..."
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