The Steam Experiment (The Chaos Experiment) Reviews
1. Choose to contemplate who was controlling whom and who did what. Much like the detective throughout the film.
2. Choose to just chill out, accept an explanation, and move on with enjoying life's pleasures. Much like the detective.
3. Choose to forget the film entirely and move on with life. Much like people who never choose to view the film.
Although it was pretty bad I was interested enough to stick around and see how it ended.The opera music playing instead of lines drove me nuts.
Watch only if very bored.
(2009) The Chaos Experiment
At the beginning of the film showcses a particular person at the North Pole getting infected after something came from the sky consumed by a single polar bear infecting one person, spreading the virus to others working alongside with him which includes scientists etc..The area becomes quarintined with notices to discontinue others from visiting them to this site and no one listens- this includes curious teenagers! Dumb, idiotic and low budget, lacking alot of incosistencies, influenced by movies like "The Thing", "Aliens" and other films similar like it! Starring Val Kilmer whose been starring alot of straight-to-rentals lately- this one should stay on the shelf!
1 out of 4
Clearly Val Kilmer, Eric Roberts and Armand Assante's careers are on the rocks if they agreed to appear in this crap.
Avoid like the plague.
Och nu gör dom såna här skitfilmer som ingen vill glo på, kan ingen göra en kulturgärning och ge dessa två herrar bra roller i bra filmer eller ge dom evigt yrkesförbud..
This is just another poorly made film that Kilmer has lent his name to, he seems to be clocking up at least one a year at present.
Whilst the central premise, of a professor locking people in a steam room and then turning up the temperature so see how they will react, an accelerated look at the effects of global warming is fine the film is a mess. An attempt to cash in on the Saw/Hostel franchises that lacks the nastiness of either series and is left wanting. The two plots are poorly intertwined, Assante's cop interrogating Kilmer is clearly the hear and now, but the other half of the film, Roberts etc... stuck in the steam room is never clearly defined as to whether it is happening concurrently or are flashbacks. Some of Assante's dialogue eludes to the steam room scenes being flashbacks but in the same scene Kilmer talks as though he has telepathic powers and comments upon a character dying. The film plays as though there are whole pages of the script missing and as for the twist ending, well its certainly not sign posted but in the end it doesn't make any sense either. Very disappointing I'd recommend that director Martinez stick to producing but given that the only film of any worth on his CV is Christian Bales Harsh Times I'd rather he just give up the ghost and open a bar or something.