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CHAOS Director's Cut
CHAOS Director's Cut
Actors: David DeFalco, Sage Stallone, Kavin Gage
Genres: Indie & Art House, Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Mystery & Suspense
NR     2006     1hr 14min


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Actors: David DeFalco, Sage Stallone, Kavin Gage
Genres: Indie & Art House, Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Mystery & Suspense
Sub-Genres: Indie & Art House, Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Mystery & Suspense
Studio: Razor
Format: DVD - Color - Closed-captioned
DVD Release Date: 09/26/2006
Original Release Date: 01/01/2005
Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/2005
Release Year: 2006
Run Time: 1hr 14min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 2
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English
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Member Movie Reviews

Greg G. (Gregoodsell) from BAKERSFIELD, CA
Reviewed on 8/3/2011...
Unspeakably vile remake of the "Last House on the Left" that garnered attention before the flood of extreme horror from Europe would seize the public;s attention. Bleh.
1 of 2 member(s) found this review helpful.
Chad B. (abrnt1) from CABERY, IL
Reviewed on 7/9/2011...
Don't believe the hype. This is not the most brutal film ever made and doesn't even come close. It's The Last House On The Left remade by what appears to be first time filmmakers. The director is an idiot. Calling yourself the Demon & prancing around in an outfit that looks like something you would see on WWE is not a good idea under any circumstances. The film cuts away from the gore (which is what I was lead to think was why this movie got as much attention as it did)and doesn't show anything. It's pretty bad when your Grindhouse exploitation film pales in comparison to mainstream studio films. Except for Kevin Gage (Laid To Rest) the rest of the cast need acting lessons badly.
The fact the band of killers arrive at the house of one of their victim's after their vehicle breaks down should give u an idea just how cliched this film's story is (the father even fights them with a chainsaw).
1 of 2 member(s) found this review helpful.

Movie Reviews

Poorly-Made, Very Weak Writing.
Mr. Fellini | El Paso, Texas United States | 10/06/2006
(1 out of 5 stars)

"By now everybody knows that "Chaos" is supposedly a violent, unrestrained film. It IS violent, and yet restrained, it's one of those films that promises a lot with it's hype and premise, and in this case delivers something FAR below expectations. You know your production is in trouble when the director is a guy who calls himself "The Demon," in this case David "The Demon" DeFalco. Oh DeFalco has spent a lot of time and energy defending the piece as a look at "real life" and pure evil blah blah blah, claiming this is the most brutal movie ever made eventhough Mel Gibson's "The Passion Of The Christ" outdoes the film in pure blood and violence, DeFalco and his producer have also been waging a childish print and video debate with Roger Ebert who rightfully gave the movie zero stars. At the end of the day what brings "Chaos" down isn't the subject matter, but the mere fact that this is pretty poor filmmaking. First there's the look of the movie, it looks like a straight to video production with really simple, pale lighting that doesn't even make the movie look sinister. This really looks more like a first term student film by students still learning to use the equipment. The camera work consists of a few hand held shots and pretty basic framing, nothing too intense. The actors are also very unconvincing, they deliver either performances that come off as too cheesy or too overdone. The biggest problem here though is the script which is so poorly crafted. Characters are cardboard cut-outs with no personality, they merely exist for the purposes of running, grinning, screaming and looking tough or scared. The dialogue is laughable and the story advances with such a choppy, simple rhythm that we can't take any of it seriously. The violence itself only reaches a shocking climax in two scenes, this is not a non-stop orgy of death and killing, in fact, I found the movie to be quite restrained. Oh sure the nipple slicing scene is pretty grotesque, and the final murder in the woods is also birthed from a disturbing use of the imagination, but a more intense, graphic movie would be Meir Zarchi's "I Spit On Your Grave" which makes "Chaos" look like child's play, or Pasolini's "Salo" based on the Marquis De Sade's "120 Days Of Sodom." DeFalco also needs to be a little more original, movie buffs are already signaling out all the obvious "Last House On The Left" rip-offs present in the movie. I see the film more as one of those cheesy attempts by a guy who thinks he's tapped into reality at trying to make "something real" when in fact it doesn't feel real at all. Evil is a topic best looked at when it's done with a balanced blend of violence and psychology as in "The Silence Of The Lambs," "Seven," "The Exorcist," and horror works best when it is attempted with a real sense of the disturbing and gritty as with the original "Texas Chainsaw Massacre." "Chaos" is more of a geek show, with scenes of pain, breasts and slobbering villains in a B-movie setting. This is not the most brutal movie ever made, or one of the best, or one worth checking out."
"Last House on the Left" for Dummies
Sirand | Hollywood, CA | 08/27/2006
(1 out of 5 stars)

"Note to filmmakers: You can't manufacture controversy.

CHAOS is a movie made with all hyperbole and no talent. If you want proof, look no further than the cover art: Even when you take the graphic violence into account, it's far from the "most brutal movie ever made". In fact, it's nothing more than a rip-off of Wes Craven's grindhouse classic, LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT. That film may have been a spin on Ingmar Bergman's THE VIRGIN SPRING, but CHAOS actually steals from its source scene-for-scene. In the end, it's the equivilant of the PSYCHO remake (minus that film's skill). It's a miracle these amateurish filmmakers weren't sued.

If you want a lesson on how NOT to make a movie, then watch this. If you want a good unintentional laugh (the DVD extras show the director in a morgue, wearing a wrestler's outfit and flexing his muscles), then watch this. But don't watch this in hopes of seeing a genuinely effective shocker. You'll only wind up feeling insulted by this hackneyed attempt at peddling to horror fans."
W. Ventura | 07/24/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)

"PLOT: An un-official remake of the Last House on the Left. Two girls, Emily and Angelica, are lured into the home of four serial killers while looking to buy some drugs. Brutality ensues.

REVIEW: This is the most shocking film ever made. No, I'm serious. There is no point to this film. All it is is a look into heartless cruelty, inhumanity, and pure sadism. I don't reccomend it. Even if you want to watch it out of curiousity. Don't. So why did I give it four stars? It is so true. It shows how psychotic some people can be. It shows the dangers of trusting the wrong people, even if they look harmless. This is the same kind of thing that you see on the news. There are no undead killers wearing hockey masks, no CGI explosions, nothing that is considered "fake". In fact, I can never watch this film. It makes you want to take a long, long shower after your done. It's that bad. The gore is almost disturbingly realistic, and the acting is fairly good. Actually, this movie breaks all the taboos in film history (except child killing). There's graphic rape, nudity, inter-racial couples, bigotry, drug use, necrophelia (and it looks almost too real). It makes you feel sick and unhappy to live in a world where stuff like this goes on everyday. It's just that distasteful. If you're feeling depressed, watch this, and you'll probably kill yourself. It's just that bad.

ACTING: Considering most of the actors are unknowns, the acting is surprisingly above par. The main girls are portrayed so innocently that we feel so disgusted and sad when they meet their demises. I have nothing more to say...

GORE: I couldn't watch the whole thing, so I'll list what I saw. Lots of stabbings, nipple torn off and eaten, bloody vomit, beatings, knife to the testes, and some more. That first necrophelic scene looks so real, even I could feel it. I can only imagine the auditions for this...

OVERALL: 4/5. It's definetely not good by any normal means, but it is just so effective."