See No Evil

See No Evil

2.8 7
Director: Gregory Dark

Cast: Glen Jacobs, Kane, Christina Vidal

     
 

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A ragtag group of juvenile delinquents assigned the task of cleaning up an abandoned hotel find out just how deadly community service can be when they are stalked by a monstrous, four-hundred-pound maniac with a grudge in director Gregory Dark's wrestling-infused survival horror flick. It was a mere four years ago that seven-foot menace

Overview

A ragtag group of juvenile delinquents assigned the task of cleaning up an abandoned hotel find out just how deadly community service can be when they are stalked by a monstrous, four-hundred-pound maniac with a grudge in director Gregory Dark's wrestling-infused survival horror flick. It was a mere four years ago that seven-foot menace Jacob Goodnight (WWE superstar Kane) was shot in the head and left for dead by a local police officer. But Jacob wasn't going down that easy. With a steel plate subsequently attached to his skull and ten razor-sharp fingernails ready to scrape grey matter from the skulls of his victims, Jacob retreated to the abandoned Blackwell Hotel, where he resided in the darkened, rotting hallways while planning his ultimate revenge. As fate would have it, Jacob wouldn't have to go far to satiate his raging bloodlust, though, and as the unsuspecting teens make their way through the crumbling corridors of the once-luxurious inn guided by the very same policeman who fired that misguided bullet years earlier, the notorious killer sharpens his nails, stalks his prey, and prepares for a little payback.

Product Details

Release Date:
11/28/2006
UPC:
0031398201434
Original Release:
2006
Rating:
R
Source:
Lions Gate
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Time:
1:24:00
Sales rank:
19,379

Special Features

16x9 widescreen; 5.1 and 2.0 Dolby Digital audio; Audio commentary with writer Dan Madigan and director Gregory Dark; Audio commentary with WWE superstar Kane and co-executive producer Jed Blaugrund; "Do You See the Sin?" making-of featurette; "Kane: Journey Into Darkness" featurette; Storyboard-to-film comparison; Behind the evil: WWE promotional spots; Theatrical trailers; English and Spanish subtitles; English closed captioning

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Glen Jacobs Jacob Goodnight
Kane Jacob Goodnight
Christina Vidal Christine
Michael J. Pagan Tye
Samantha Noble Kira
Steven Vidler Williams
Cecily Polson Margaret
Luke Pegler Michael
Rachael Taylor Zoe
Penny McNamee Melissa
Craig Horner Richie
Mikhael Wilder Russell
Tiffany Lamb Hannah
Sam Cotton Young Jacob
Corey Parker Robinson Blaine
Zoe Ventoura Eyeless Woman
Annaliese Woods Young Girl
Terry McDonald Officer 1
Trent Huen Officer 2
Matthew Okine Officer 3
Jason Chong News Reporter
Greg Skipper Bus Driver

Technical Credits
Gregory Dark Director
Lee Adamson Stunts
Sandi Archer Production Manager
Rachael Bagley Art Director
Tyler Bates Score Composer
Clancy Lee Beck Stunts
Sharlotte Blake Associate Producer
Peter Block Executive Producer
Renee Bowen Stunts
Bradd Buckley Stunts
Matt Carroll Executive Producer
Raelene Chapman Stunts
Eve Connolly Makeup
Jason Constantine Co-producer
Harley D'Jekic Stunts
Jacqueline Deacon Makeup
Lea Dixon Makeup
Phil Eagles Costumes/Costume Designer
Vivienne Fox Makeup
Kylie Gillmeister Makeup
Skye Green-Hansen Makeup
Adam Head Art Director
Brian Holmes Special Effects Supervisor
Jennifer Leacey Asst. Director
Marney Lindsay Makeup
Dan Madigan Screenwriter
Vince McMahon Executive Producer
Tom McSweeney Casting
Jonathan Miller Sound/Sound Designer
Ben Nott Cinematographer
Scott Richter Editor
Donna Rosenstein Casting
Michael Rumpf Production Designer
John Sacchi Co-producer
Zenon "Butch" Sawko Camera Operator
Lisa Sheehan Makeup
Joel Simon Producer
Rebecca Jane Smith Makeup
Sonic Magic Studios Sound Mixer
Marc Spicer Camera Operator
Sheree Swords Stunts

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- See No Evil
1. Call to Duty [4:17]
2. Crime Scene [2:04]
3. Fraternizing [4:03]
4. Welcome to the Blackwell [4:12]
5. Dirty Work [3:29]
6. Insider Info [4:34]
7. Invasion of Privacy [3:08]
8. After Hours [3:37]
9. Elevator Watch [3:29]
10. Way Out [2:57]
11. Go Time [5:46]
12. Held Captive [4:21]
13. Religious Tattoos [4:11]
14. Escape Chute [3:56]
15. Cell Phone [3:59]
16. Torture Trap [3:45]
17. Rescue Attempt [3:46]
18. Family Affair [4:32]
19. Seeing Evil [4:35]
20. Avenging Assailants/End Credits [9:09]

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See No Evil 2.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
this movie stinks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
YoungMoneyFailsForever More than 1 year ago
this movie stinks its a cheap knock off rip off of friday the 13th!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I seen this movie the first day that it came out on May 19th. I have been a fan of wrestling for awhile now, and a fan of Kane. I thought this was the best horror movie out there ever. The kills in this movie were very clever, the soundtrack was great, overall this is definitely a worthwhile film to watch if you are either a fan of Kane or horror films in general. I saw the special features for this film and they were good and informative. I do not have any complaints about this movie, I enjoyed it very much. Looking forward to seeing Kane in any other future horror movies or to reprise his role as Jacob Goodnight again. This is definitely worth watching over and over again. I know I will.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The movie is wholly unoriginal. It is directed like a porno, edited like a Marylin Manson video and scripted like the Halloween episode of One Tree Hill. The scariest part of this movie is that it got made. So is it terrible? Not really. Because Kane does a good job in this role. He is given little to work with and thrust into a ridiculously amateurish production, but he is used to that too. Kane menaces the screen convincingly, and adds a human element to this killing machine. The expressive head tilts he perfected under the mask give his character a feral element lacking in the Jasons and Micheals of the genre. He is given a little room to stretch as an actor as he recreates the "Vader turns on the Emporer" scene near the end. He does a marvelous job of it, leaving the audience wondering why they didn't use his range more. I hate to use classic as a comparison, but suffice to say that the premise stinks of being a poor man's cousin of Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho filed with generous doses of MTV styled quick cuts. Instead of Bates motel, you have Blackwell Hotel, together with the suggestion that it is the all domineering and crazed mother whose warped upbringing nurtured humanity's monster. Taking yet another swipe at religious zealots too, as flashbacks show the young psycho kid being tortured by a mom who cages him and the punishment dished out for looking at porn hence the title of the movie. Packed into the movie are the various fodder for him to maim and kill. Character development, or at least the attempt in trying to weave in a tale of revenge, seem to be abandoned halfway, as characters start to drop off like barflies. It doesn't take you too long to realize who's on which side, and who'll survive (according to horror slasher flick lore that the blondie and those having sex must die) given the clichés. Starring relative unknowns as a bunch of inmates sent to the Hotel to perform cleaning fatigues, it's a pity that most of them were not given glorious cinematic deaths in a movie like this. Perhaps with movies like “Hills Have Eyes,” the “Saw” franchise, and “Hostel,” we're all a bit jaded from the rehashed dark and dankly film sets and throwaway characters. There's nothing new presented in this movie, and is only made for Kane's fan base. Even then, with so little of their star seen in the flesh, they might as well be better off with his exploits in the wrestling ring.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie wasn't the best, nor the worst, movie I have ever seen. The acting was surprisingly good, but the storyline was too flawed for my tastes. However, I do highly recommend this movie if you are in the mood for a good teen-slasher flick.
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