See No Evil
This one will surely please many, as the psychopath in this eyeball-gouging slasher, is none other than WWE’s superstar wrestler ‘Kane’. When officer Williams and his partner stumble upon a crime scene with a young lady with her eyes gouged out, they’re immediately under attack. His partner dead, and Williams missing an arm. But in the mayhem he managed to place a bullet in the back of the assailant’s head…
Production Year: 2006
April 24, 2013 04:15 (KSA) ~ April 24, 2013 03:15 (CLT)
This one will surely please many, as the psychopath in this eyeball gouging slasher is none other than WWE’s superstar wrestler ‘Kane’.
When officer Williams (Steven Vidler) and his partner stumble upon a crime scene with a young lady with her eyes gouged out, before they know it they’re under attack. His partner dead, and Williams missing an arm. But in the mayhem he managed to place a bullet in the back of the 7-foot assailant’s head. But that’s not the end of Jacob Goodnight (Glen Jacobs ‘Kane’).
4 years later, Williams has a prosthetic and works in a delinquents’ correctional facility, so they can shave time off through good behavior and community service. Williams takes a group of delinquents: Russell Wolf (Mikhael Wilder), Richie Bernson (Craig Horner), Christine Zarate (Christina Vidal), Zoe Warner (Rachael Taylor), Michael Montross (Luke Pegler), Kira Vanning (Samantha Noble), Tyson Simmons (Michael J. Pagan) and Melissa Beudroux (Penny McNamee)- to clean up the abandoned Blackwell Hotel in order to turn it into a homeless shelter.
Only it isn’t common knowledge that the hotel is filled with secret passageways, corridors and two-way mirrors. And what’s worse still? Guess where the surviving Jacob Goodnight chose to stay over these years?
- Glen Jacobs ‘Kane’ as Jacob Goodnight
- Steven Vidler as Williams
- Christina Vidal as Christine
- Michael J. Pagan as Tye
- Samantha Noble as Kira
- Craig Horner as Richie Bernson
- Mikhael Wilder as Russell Wolf
- Rachael Taylor as Zoe Warner
- Luke Pegler as Michael Montross
- Penny McNamee as Melissa Beudroux
Directed by: Gregory Dark
Rating: R for strong gruesome violence and gore throughout, language, sexual content and some drug use.