Chaos (2005)

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… More

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Rated: R
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Genre: Drama, Horror
Release Date: August 22, 2006
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John Monaghan
Detroit Free Press

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.

Kevin Crust
Los Angeles Times

Chaos presents itself as a cautionary tale for young women and their parents but proves to be pure exploitation.

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David Keyes

A worthless and hateful celebration of evil that not only delves into excessive cruelty, but has the insolence to frame it all within the perspective of a pretentious moral obligation.

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Frank Scheck
Hollywood Reporter

Amateurishly shot, written and acted, the film lacks any redeeming values to compensate for its horrific aesthetic.

John Patterson
L.A. Weekly

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.

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Rob Gonsalves

It is bad, but not in an enjoyable way; it is violent and squalid, but not in a memorable way.

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Robert Koehler

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.

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Michael Wilmington
Chicago Tribune

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.

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Josh Bell
Las Vegas Weekly

Critics have called the film offensive and morally repugnant, but that's overstating things. It's far too inept to achieve anything that complex.

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