Val Kilmer’s New Global Warming Film Is Awful Despite Gratuitous Nudity

by William Yeatman on August 11, 2009

I saw Val Kilmer’s new feature the other day. It’s called “The Chaos Experiment,” and it’s about a deranged scientists (Kilmer) who traps “six sexy strangers” (according to the plot synopsis on the back of the DVD) in a room and slowly turns up the heat to demonstrate the deleterious effects of global warming on the human condition. In a nutshell, the “six sexy strangers” get naked before they go crazy and start killing one another.

My girlfriend thought it was awful- she was put off by the nudity. That was the only part I enjoyed, in what was otherwise a real snoozer.

According to the invaluable Eco-razzi, “The Chaos Experiment” was released in only 2 theatres before going straight to video. Poor Val Kilmer. It’s been all downhill since “Tombstone.”

Then again, you reap what you sow. Movies with a message about global warming are either boring (c.f. “An Inconvenient Truth”) or stupid (c.f. “The Day After Tomorrow”). So Val, who produced this film, had his work cut out for himself. Lord knows he tried to spice things up, by centering the film on “six sexy strangers” who get naked, but even that couldn’t overcome the lameness of global warming alarmism as a plotline.

OldRedJoe August 12, 2009 at 8:54 am

The Iceman has melted.

Paul A'Barge August 12, 2009 at 9:05 am


ebt August 12, 2009 at 9:14 am

Hey, gratuitous nudity is the only kind I can afford.

Brooksie August 12, 2009 at 2:08 pm

We’re all so excited.
Van will probably become the next governor of New Mexico.
He’s just perfect for the role.
This movie should be considered the de facto kickoff to his glamorous campaign.

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