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Vulgar, Sadistic Disaster

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Release Date: May 19, 2006

Starring: Kane, Christina Vidal, Michael J. Pagan, Samantha Noble, and Steven Vidler

Genre: Horror

Audience: Teenagers and adults

Rating: R

Runtime: 100 minutes

Distributor: Lions Gate Films

Director: Gregory Dark

Executive Producer: Peter Block, Matt Carroll and Vince McMahon

Producer: Joel Simon

Writer: Dan Madigan

Address Comments To:

John Feltheimer, CEO
Mark Amin and Michael Burns
Vice Chairmen
Lions Gate Films
Tom Ortenberg, President
Lions Gate Releasing
2700 Colorado Ave.
Santa Monica, CA 90404
Phone: (310) 449-9200
Fax: (310) 255-3870
Website: www.lionsgatefilms.com

Content:

(PaPaPa, AbAbAb, FRFRFR, LLL, VVV, SSS, NN, AA, DDD, MM) Very strong pagan worldview where sensual and sadistic pleasures are paramount, and many blasphemous anti-Christian elements including the song “Jesus Loves the Little Children” being played during several scenes of torture as well as religious symbols such as the Bible and the cross shown during scenes of torture and murder, and a fanatical Christian urges her son to judge promiscuous women by killing them; very strong language with at least 90 obscenities, including many "f" words, and 23 profanities; many graphic scenes of torture and violence including a man beaten with chains, a man stabbed in the neck with an iron hook, a man slashed with an axe, as well as several scenes in which a man rips out the eyeballs from living men and women’s heads, and a scene in which a woman is hung upside down and eaten alive by vicious starving dogs, as well as many other gruesome acts of violence; one scene depicting a man and women fornicating, plus several scenes of a man masturbating, and several vulgar sex jokes and gestures; one voyeuristic scene depicting a woman taking a shower, showing full rear nudity; a scene in which a group smokes marijuana as well as several scenes of people smoking cigarettes; and, theft, lying, revenge and cruel behavior.

Summary:

SEE NO EVIL is a horror flick about a motley crew of delinquents assigned to clean an abandoned hotel, only to find they are being stalked by a deranged, superhuman maniac with a fetish for human eyeballs. Jam-packed with sick and twisted performances, this movie is horrendous. If you wish to “see no evil,” start by not viewing this vile excuse for entertainment.

Review:

SEE NO EVIL is a horror flick jam-packed with sick and twisted performances. If you wish to “see no evil,” as the title suggests, you can start by not viewing this vile excuse for entertainment.

A motley crew of delinquents is assigned to clean an abandoned hotel, and soon find they are being stalked by a deranged, superhuman maniac with an odd fetish for human eyeballs. Seven-foot monster Jacob Goodnight (played by a pro wrestler named Kane) was shot in the head four years before and left to die by a local police officer. He somehow survived, however, and has turned the deserted, dingy hotel into his house of torture. Equipped with hooks, chains and cages for his unfortunate victims, the foul-mouthed criminals charged to clean the place have much more serious matters to deal with than the dusty chairs, roaches and rats infesting the hotel. While initially planning to use their task as an excuse to carouse the night away, their party is crashed by a towering, sadistic freak of nature.

The acting in this movie is unbearably bad, and it seems as if the creators attempted to make up for it by distracting its audience with as much vulgar language and gore as possible. Also thrown into the mix are scenes of masturbation and torture, guaranteed to gross out even the most desensitized members of the audience. The movie also has very strong Anti-Christian elements. The result is one of the most despicable wide theatrical releases in recent memory.

There are no redeeming elements in this movie. SEE NO EVIL is simply horrendous. MOVIEGUIDE® strongly urges its readers not to watch this movie.

In Brief:

SEE NO EVIL is a horror flick about a motley crew of delinquents assigned to clean an abandoned hotel, only to find they are being stalked by a deranged, superhuman maniac with a fetish for human eyeballs. Four years after surviving a gunshot to the head, seven-foot monster Jacob has turned the hotel into his house of torture. While planning to use their assignment as an excuse to carouse the night away, the group's party is crashed by the sadistic freak of nature.

The acting in this movie is unbearably bad. It seems as if the creators attempted to make up for it by distracting its audience with as much vulgar language and gore as possible. The result is one of the most despicable theatrical releases in recent memory. Also thrown into the mix are scenes of masturbation and torture, guaranteed to gross out even the most desensitized moviegoers. The movie also has very strong Anti-Christian elements. Jam-packed with sick and twisted performances, SEE NO EVIL is simply horrendous. Thus, if you wish to “see no evil,” as the title suggests, start by not viewing this vile excuse for entertainment.