On Halloween night, siblings Sarah (Lisa Marie Kart) and Vinnie (Eric
Danger Dionne) are abducted by a weird and feared undergroung organisation
called F.R.E.A.K. along with two other people they have nothing in common
with, power-hungry but prostitute-loving politician Jack (David A.
Jackson) and husband-killing homemaker Janet (Ashley Lynn Caputo).
F.R.E.A.K. is led by utterly demented Bytch (Cayt Feinics), whose
footsoldiers include slutty Vixen (Amanda Welch), the constantly horny
rapist Uncle Lester (Bob Glazier), and the primal brute Misery (Saharra
Huxly) among others. The group's motives are rather obscure for the most
part, other than that they let their captives fight among one another in
perverted, brutal glariator-like fights, and they're really into raping
(with women and men on the receiving end to be precise). Now Sarah seems
to get the brunt of things, as not only is she deflowered by Uncle Lester
upon Bytch's orders, also one of her nipples and a few fingers are bitten
off after the ordeal. But our captives are not of the kind to give up
easily just because the odds are stacked against them ...
Joel D. Wynkoop makes an awesome appearance in the film's finale, but to
give away anything more would be a spoiler ...
Now I won't lie
to you, Chaos A.D. isn't exactly Oscar worthy (even in the light
that quite a few movies nominated are not either), and it's nowhere near
being the next Citizen Kane - but that said, it has never set out
to be, after all the film being produced by a company called The
Sleaze Box might already suggest it's not totally high-brow.
that said, Chaos A.D. is actually pretty good for what it is, and
that's a slightly crude piece of utter depravity - which I mean as a total
compliment here because I believe the film has set out to be just that and
succeeded, and has its fun in thinking up its protagonists' ordeals - now
I might have to add here that the movie doesn't take itself too seriously,
either, and doesn't ask its audience to. And in a way, Chaos A.D.
is a fitting continuation of 1970s grindhouse cinema, even, for its utter
bluntness and lack of restraint.
Not for everyone perhaps, but the
genre fan is sure to enjoy it!!!
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