With a spate of violence that rocks the inner city, L.A.P.D. and ex-Marine John Kross investigates its cause: a new drug called Chaos. With help from his partner Carpenter, they delve into ...
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With a spate of violence that rocks the inner city, L.A.P.D. and ex-Marine John Kross investigates its cause: a new drug called Chaos. With help from his partner Carpenter, they delve into the mystery, only to discover a link between the drug and a terrifying supernatural power unleashed during the gulf war, witnessed by Kross twelve years ago. Now, Kross must race against time to stop the destruction, battle his own demons and come to grips with his destiny as he discovers that his reality has been mapped by a power much greater than himself. Written by
A Gritty, Low Budget Horror/Religious/Police Mystery Thriller
The production values and the made-for-television look is all over this little movie, yet the sincerity of the script, the actors that just don't quite have the polish make this movie a rather difficult one to just jump to judgment. Unlike most of the low-budget movies, this movie's script didn't take the easy way out with its characters and normally the American version is more pat than happens in this movie. At times it's almost a movie from one of those religious stations but without the heavy emphasis on preaching and following the path of right or wrong. Thus, this movie is a cut above, but its production values and stilted style bring it down as well. A somewhat hollow but admirable movie in its unwillingness to be just one of those one of many movies that cop out (pun intended). By the end there is a lingering memorable resonance, an emotional recycling of both sacrifice and redemption.
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