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See No Evil 2

See No Evil 2
Movie: See No Evil 2(2014)[tt3106120] A group of friends pays a late-night visit to the city morgue to surprise Amy (Harris) on her birthday. But the surprise is on them when the one-eyed corpse of brutal psychopath Jacob Goodnight (Jacobs) unexpectedly rises from a cold sub-basement slab. Their wild party quickly turns into a terrifying slay-fest as the sadistic mass-murderer resumes his savage rampage complete with hooks, surgical knives and power saws. Written byLionsgate
Title See No Evil 2
Release Date 21 October 2014 (USA)
Runtime
Genres Action, Horror, Thriller
Production Companies Lionsgate, WWE Studios
Glenn Jacobs
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Danielle Harris
Danielle Harris...
Amy...
Katharine Isabelle
Katharine Isabelle...
Tamara...
Chelan Simmons
Chelan Simmons...
Kayla...
Kaj-Erik Eriksen
Kaj-Erik Eriksen...
Seth...
Greyston Holt
Greyston Holt...
Will...
Lee Majdoub
Lee Majdoub...
Carter...
Michael Eklund
Michael Eklund...
Holden...
Reese Alexander
Reese Alexander...
EMT #1...
Kelly-Ruth Mercier
Kelly-Ruth Mercier...
EMT #2...
Christina Vidal
Christina Vidal...
Christine (archi...
Samantha Noble
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Kira (archive fo...
Steven Vidler
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Reviews

adamz3998 on 27 October 2014
See No Evil 2 (2014) - as campy as See No Evil 1, if not more, the sequel is yet further proof that being a successful wrestler doesn't mean that you will be a successful actor (as if Hulk Hogan's abysmal movie career wasn't testament enough). To that end, Kane (Glenn Jacobs) is no Kane Hodder, nor he is any other kind of actor. Whoever the director is, and I don't actually care enough to google it, made a critical mistake in letting the talentless Jacobs have any speaking lines in the film. Wrestlers are perfect candidates for slashers -- they're big, they look intimidating, and brief flashes of their bulbous physique is enough to inspire fear. But to expect any kind of acting from these steroid-abusing freaks is like expecting real verse from rappers. Predictably, Jacobs is terrible as the film's boogeyman, and the backstory of his abuse-as-a-child-that-made-him-the-killerr-he-is-today is beyond trite. There's a good way to do horror films in 2014, and there's a bad way. Then there's the WWE Studios way, which is to use the mentally challenged as directors and screen writers while trying to rip off better movies. See No Evil 2 is a fine example of why WWE Studios will never be anything more than a mediocre producer of bottom-rung dreck, on par with Asylum pictures. It's a shame, too, because wrestlers like Jacobs have a lot of potential as possible slashers -- provided they keep their mouths shut. Is it any surprise that this movie sucks as bad as it does?

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