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WWE: The Twisted, Disturbed Life of Kane


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Product Details

  • Actors: Kane
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: World Wrestling
  • DVD Release Date: December 9, 2008
  • Run Time: 540 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001FBJUXG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #44,975 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Editorial Reviews

For more than ten years, Kane has cut a fiery swath of destruction through World Wrestling Entertainment. Whether cheered or booed, Kane has been one of the most popular superstars of WWE, battling his brother Undertaker, fighting the equally deranged Mick Foley, and countless other battles against Edge, Matt Hardy, Triple H, Big Show, Shawn Michaels, and more. He has held both the WWE and ECW championships. Now, for the first time ever, fans can purchase The Best of Kane, a 3-DVD set that collects the greatest matches in the Big Red Monster's history.

Customer Reviews

Ottimo Kane è una religione!
claudio
This was more of a segment than a match itself but did it's job in establishing both men as unstoppable monsters.
D.P.
I, myself am a huge Kane fan and this is a good, but not great Kane DVD set.
Kevin Krayden

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By A. Pierre on September 12, 2008
Disc 1

WWE's Worst Nightmare

We Both Love Pain

Special Challenge Match
Mankind vs. Kane (with Paul Bearer)
Survivor Series November 9, 1997

Big Brother, Big Brother

Undertaker vs. Kane (with Paul Bearer)
WrestleMania XIV March 29, 1998

Hell, Fire & Brimstone

Inferno Match
Undertaker vs. Kane (with Paul Bearer)
In Your House: Unforgiven April 26, 1998

The One Thing I Love More Than Fire

First Blood Match for the WWE Championship
Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Kane (with Paul Bearer)
King of the Ring June 28, 1998

The End Always Justifies The Means

WWE Tag Team Championship Match
X-Pac / Kane vs. Jeff Jarrett / Owen Hart
RAW April 5, 1999

The Perfect Punishment

Steel Cage Match
Kane (with Tori) vs. X-Pac
Armageddon December 12, 1999

Nothing Can Save You

Last Man Standing Match
Chris Jericho vs. Kane
Armageddon December 10, 2000

Hot & Cold Relationship

Triple Threat Tag Team Championship Match
Edge / Christian vs. Undertaker / Kane vs. Dudley Boyz
No Way Out February 25, 2001

Extras
* The Undertaker's Secret
* Kane vs. Pete Rose

Disc 2

WWE's Worst Nightmare

I Like Weapons

WWE Intercontinental Championship Chain Match
Triple H vs. Kane
Judgment Day May 20, 2001

The Olympic Flame Burns Out

Kane vs. Kurt Angle
WrestleMania X8 March 17, 2002

What Torture Really Means

World Heavyweight Championship vs. Intercontinental Championship Match
Triple H vs.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By D.P. VINE VOICE on January 7, 2009
NOTE: I updated this review in 2013

Well, this is one interesting set to say the least as Kane has been the most "unstable" wrestler probably in WWE history. I mean that he's had too many periods where his character was red hot & on fire (no pun intended), periods where he's just completely stale, and with some of the most horrible wrestlecrap storylines they've given Kane...there are times where your wondering why they just didn't put the character out of it's misery already. However, Kane has been able to withstand all of that & still be over after over 10 years now so a proper DVD on his career is justified (minus that quick one they did with 5 matches around 2 years ago) with Kane hosting the presentation himself.

vs. Mankind - Mankind was not only out for revenge for Kane attacking Dude Love weeks earlier but also for his former manager Paul Bearer easily dismissing him as "a pebble" as Kane came out to a red light over the arena which remained that way throughout the match. Kane was attacked on the floor but easily overpowered Mankind throwing him into the steps before just throwing the steps into Mankind's face as he was very dominate despite Mankind using whatever he could get his hands on such as the steps & a chair along with moves like the piledriver along with getting his hands on Paul Bearer as well however nothing could stop Kane here as he continued to punish Mankind putting him through the spanish table & slamming him off the top rope onto the floor on the outside. Mankind described exactly how this match would be in his pre-match interview as it was "Mankind against a brick wall" as he trying but Kane just kept dishing out the punishment & just beat Mankind into exhaustion in the end.
Survivor Series '97

vs.
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By SEXY BEAN on February 8, 2015
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im a big fan of kane so this movie met my expectations. it has some of my favorite matches
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7 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Movie Fan on December 11, 2008
When I first heard about this release my immediate thought was, "A 3-dsic set for Kane, really? Do we really need 3-discs worth of mid-card matches?". Then I thought, why not a 3-disc set on the Big Show instead? Big Show's feud with Hogan in WCW, his WCW title win against Ric Flair, his WWF wars with Steve Austin, the Rock, Mankind, Undertaker and Triple H, his surprisingly good run as ECW champion; doesn't he warrant a 3-disc set more than Kane? Then, I read the match listings and remembered how good Kane was and can still be today.

Kane seems to be one of those wrestlers that fans take for granted. Maybe it's because he's rarely headlined a PPV or tv show (only his WWF title victory at King of the Ring and a handful of Raw main events come to mind) and has been pretty much a mid-card act since the debut of his character, or the fact that he's never been allowed to dominate like fellow dark side gimmick performer the Undertaker. What ever the case, casual fans just don't hold Kane in the same regard as Shawn Michaels, John Cena, Triple H or Undertaker. So why a 3-disc set? Because the ten plus year career of the Kane character, performed by Glenn Jacobs, is rock solid in both match quality and opponents. When you look at the match listing included here, it's a whose who of WWE, and many of these matches are in the 3 to 4 star range, not bad for a character that when he debuted I thought would fade away after his first match with Undertaker.

This set is surprisingly good, but before I talk up the good, I want to address the bad. First, WWE has packaged this set in the money saving paper-thin eco friendly packaging that is guaranteed to scratch the DVDs when repeatedly removed from their slipcase paper slot holders.
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