Chaos (I) (2005)

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Two teenage girls on a mission to find drugs at a rave get more than they bargained for. One is sexually assaulted and they are both tortured in horrific ways. The attackers seek refuge in the parents' of one of the victims' homes.


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  • Set still photograph of Kevin Gage and Stephen Wozniak between takes on location in the Angeles National Forest for the true crime feature film CHAOS.
  • Film still from the true crime feature film CHAOS. From left to right: Stephen Wozniak as 'Frankie', Kevin Gage as 'Eddie "Chaos" Cooper', Maya Barovich as 'Angelica' and KC Kelly as 'Daisy'.
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  • Kevin Gage, Stephen Wozniak, Kelly K.C. Quann, and Maya Barovich in Chaos (2005)
  • Stephen Wozniak as 'Frankie' in the true crime feature film CHAOS.
  • Chaos (2005)

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10 October 2006 | Tddupb00
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| I watched the movie Chaos alone and regret it deeply.
I read an article on this man they named Chaos and the story behind him. That's what peaked my interest in seeing this movie. I knew there would be violence,(that's a no-brainer). I just wasn't prepared for anything like this. I actually couldn't move at one point during the film because I was in shock. I felt ashamed and horrified that I was watching this all alone. I've always believed that horror films or any film for that matter doesn't have to be bloody or gruesome to be effective. This director seems to get off on the fact that he made the most brutal film ever. Can you explain this to me? Is he actually proud of this movie? He had the nerve to say it will save lives by watching it. I would love for him to elaborate. All I know, when making a movie, especially one that revolves around such a serious matter, you should use some common sense and decency. I feel sorry for the two young women who decided to take on these rolls. I'd like to know why they chose to exploit themselves. Not a really great way to start your career. If I ever see them in anything again, I'll never get those images out of my head. The movie is for people who love shock value. It's more than disgusting. It's just very very very sad. I pity the director of this film. He doesn't care about the message he's sending. I could see that when I watched all the extra's of the movie to find out what kind of person made this film. It's disturbing!!!!

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