Seven feet tall. Four hundred pounds. A rusty steel plate screwed into his skull and razor-sharp fingernails that pluck out his victim's eyes like a fruit bowl. Meet reclusive psychopath Jacob Goodnight (Kane, heavyweight WWE wrestling star) holed up in the dilapidated Blackwell Hotel with nothing but his nightmares for company. That is until eight delinquents arrive for community service duty, along with the cop that put a bullet through Goodnight's head four years before...and the game is on against the indestructible force of nature with a major grudge.
See No Evil
- See No Evil review by Tony, Birmingham
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Well what can you say? WWE wrestler, Kane is an imposing force in the ring and surely the same can be said for this, his movie debut. Standing at seven feet tall and not saying much at all he proves that actions speak louder than words indeed!
So what do you get for your rental? A dark, brooding menace in Kane and a film that's not for the weak of heart. Kane's character believes in an eye for an eye (quite litreally!). It's not in the same mode or indeed class as say, Nightmare on Elm Street or the original Halloween but it does a decent job of providing chills and shocks.
Not bad, not brilliant, but enjoyable if you like this kind of movie.