Emily and her friend Angelica go to a rave in the woods, and when they arrive, they meet a stranger called Swan that promises some Exstasy for the girls. They follow him to a cabin into the...
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Jennifer Hills is still tormented by the brutal sexual assault she endured years ago. She's changed identities and cities, reluctantly joining a support group where she begins to piece ... See full summary »
Desperate to repay his debt to his ex-wife, an ex-con plots a heist at his new employer's country home, unaware that a second criminal has also targeted the property, and rigged it with a series of deadly traps.
Emily and her friend Angelica go to a rave in the woods, and when they arrive, they meet a stranger called Swan that promises some Exstasy for the girls. They follow him to a cabin into the forest where they meet the sadistic gang lead by the psychotic Chaos. The girls are abused, tortured and raped in a night of nightmare and murder. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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[after Chaos kills Daisy with a shotgun]
Chaos... you lost your fuckin' mind?
[reloads the gun and points it at him]
No, I haven't lost my *fuckin' mind*! I'm the fuckin' devil, Frankie. Don't you get it?
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"Chaos", despite being basically a remake of Craven's "Last House on the Left", is quite successful in delivering its intentions. The film sets out to shock and it manages to deliver a powerful sucker punch to the viewer.
From the moment "Chaos" begins, with its almost "public information film" blurb, there's an impending feeling of doom. The movie is quite clear from the onset that this is a warning to youngsters and parents alike. As the film starts to pan out, its resemblance to the earlier Craven film is unmissable.
Kevin Gage's Chaos is a thoroughly unpleasant chap with a penchant for violence. Gage is excellent in the part and is thoroughly believable as this screen psycho.
The whole cast are very good for an independent film of this nature, particularly the actors who play the parents.
7 out of 10. Worthy of a rental.
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