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See No Evil [Blu-ray]

3.7 out of 5 stars 179 customer reviews

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Seven feet tall. Four hundred pounds. A rusty steel plate screwed into his skull and razor-sharp fingernails that pluck out his victims' eyes. Reclusive psychopath Jacob Goodnight is holed up in the long-abandoned and rotting Blackwell Hotel, alone with his nightmares until eight petty criminals show up for community service duty along with the cop who put a bullet in Jacob's head four years ago. When one of their own is kidnapped by the killer and her fate uncertain, the remaining lawbreakers must fight this indestructible force of nature who has a violent score to settle.

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  • Actors: Kane, Christina Vidal
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Blu-ray, Color, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
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  • Studio: Lionsgate
  • DVD Release Date: August 11, 2009
  • Run Time: 84 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (179 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0027VTMAO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #39,503 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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When my co-worker showed me this film I was damn sure this would be garbage, which I don't mind since I can find enjoyment in most films.

Just imagine my surprise when I was treated to a fairly decent film. The gore effects and violence in the film are well done featuring some cringing moments. Kane is perfectly cast as the featured pyscho, Jacob Goodnight. He was not forced with a burden of needless dialogue, his presence carries his character through the film. Some of the other characters are not so well developed, though an unexpected character lasted the film when he/she was set up as a sure fire cannon fodder. I expected he/she to be the first kill based on their representation in film, but they become a hero in the film.

The film was certainly alot better than I expected, and definately better than some reviewers here are making it out to be. If you enjoy entertaining horror films, this will fill your need. Buy or rent, its up to you, I will likely buy it eventually.
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See No Evil is not a remakable Horror/Slasher flick by any means and the only thing that sets this movie apart from the multitudes of this genre was WWE'S Kane. Kane's performance as a newbie actor was decent and it wasn't to challenging especially in the line department with 3 or 4 words the entire movie. His size, shaved head and eyebrow bone structure all help to add to his mensacing and domineering appearance. The real challenge for him was when he had to make facial expressions to enhance a scene and again he does a decent job.

The only reason that I am giving all this info on Kane is for the WWE fans that are intrested in this movie because of his staring role if they haven't seen it yet. I myself am not what you would call an avid fan, but I do enjoy some of the WWE members and a couple that have entered into acting. So now my disclaimer is out of the way lets get back to the movie.

The movie itself as I have mentioned is more or less just another slasher flick from lionsgate that had a higher budget than the typical slasher flick. The story is revenge based with the usual teen cast that is the prey for the large and demented Kane. The killers behavior comes from his mothers twisted religious upbringing and her distain for young women. The poor boy is caught with some girlie pics and he did what many boys do and got caught. "Oh so embarrassing" This has an odd effect on Kanes character and his relationships with women if you can call it that?

The set up is a couple of cops are called to a home and as they start to investigate they hear a woman scream and then they are attacked. One cop is killed and another is wounded (hint...hint) and the bad guy is shot, but never found (hint).
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The WWE's Kane makes his movie debut as something he's relatively comfortable playing: a monster of a man intent on pulverizing his victims. Had writer Dan Madigan left out the backstory and just let gore fans feast on the actions of Jacob Goodnight (Kane), this film would have been a decent, above-average gore-fest. However, there always has to be a reason for a killer molded in the form of Goodnight to exact his wicked fury on his victims. In this case, Goodnight has been convinced by his mother that he's the "hand of God" and has to rid the world of the wicked, or at least pluck out their eyes. We learn of this in flashbacks, full of jittery camera work, terror-inducing angles, and a little bit of gore. These vignettes actually weigh the action of this flick down. Also, the unlikeable-yet-well-groomed juvenile delinquents that Goodnight feasts on are less than stellar actors and actresses. That's somewhat expected in a flick like this, but I kept getting the feeling that these kids were better suited for a SciFi Channel horror flick than a well-budgeted gore yarn such as "See No Evil."

The juvi-hall kids end up in the abandoned Blackwell Hotel, supposedly there to clean up the place in order to get a month knocked off of their respective sentences. When they get there, however, there's an angry, confused, seven foot tall, four hundred pound monster waiting for them. They spend the rest of the flick running from him, outwitting him, hiding from him, and, in most cases, ending up on the business end of a large hook or axe.

Many of the kills in this flick were executed rather well. There are a couple of original kills (my favorite involving an animal rights girl) and a few tried and true ones as well.
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By and large, WWE Films has made cookie-cutter movies based on genres that were successful for Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, in hopes of making their other stars (Triple H, John Cena, Randy Orton, Ted DiBiase) as popular as The Rock. By and large, that has failed, as the scripts have been mundane, the direction decidedly average, and the "stars" just aren't charismatic enough to carry a film. On two occasions though, with "See No Evil" and "The Call", WWE Films broke that mediocre mold and really made a solid film. Sure, there's nothing in "See No Evil" that you haven't seen before if you're a fan of the horror genre; however, Glen Jacobs (aka Kane), who plays main antagonist Jacob Goodnight, is wonderfully cast in this movie and he actually has everything that it takes to play a convincing slasher in this type of film - he's large, he's imposing, and he's completely believable as a serial murderer. Jacobs' performance is so convincing that it actually does a pretty good job at hiding the movie's main flaws - an unoriginal script and cardboard cutout characters. Thankfully, director Gregory Dark is aware of the film's shortcomings and does his best to minimize them, setting the perfect atmosphere and letting Jacob Goodnight run wild. It's certainly not the best horror movie of the last ten years, but it's absolutely a fun little romp that's worth at least a rental.
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