See no Evil, i must admit, wasnt as good as i was expecting.
But that was only because i was expecting alot from it.
For a slasher film this is very origonal, and when i say that i dont mean the storys new and hasnt been done before, i mean its pretty old school and will make the hard core horror or especially slasher fans feel pretty at home.
On the terms of a slasher film only this film does well. (mabe some spoilers ahead) It has a very very simple story which goes along the lines of an excuse for a bunch of youngish prisoners to be put in an old rickety house full of secret passages and is home to a psycho that you would NEVER expect to be the setting for a horror film. The psycho has a psycho mother (friday the 13th?) and, a good addition to the film, he has a taste for collecting his victims eyeballs and putting them in jars, the reason for him doing this is explained later in the film. And as for the story behind the basic slasher setting, its very simply told, mainly through little flash backs of the killer scatterd around in the film and a nice big explination at the end.
The main reason for this genre of horror though is of course, the death scenes. Although the eyeball collecting thing is a pretty cool way for the killer to dispose of his victims, it doesnt particulary add any unusually extreme or memorable gore scenes, some are okay but i found that the better death scenes came from nearer the end when other means were used to kill people. But overall the blood and gore is of a decent level in this film, but if you really are a hard core gore flick fan and have seen the recesses of splatter flicks from all ages of video nastys and B-movie horror then it wont shock you that much. But to a slasher fan who will enjoy any one and a half hour of random killings in random ways, then this doesnt stop for many breaks and is well paced throughout. Plus therse the added extra of the killer, who is (im not into this whole WWE thing so i dont know much about the actor himself) Kane, and although his part doesnt include the skill a character with voice parts would need, as an absolutley massive psycopath who can fling people to the wall and throw a hook at someone like a pebble he makes a brilliant role, his unstoppableness is shown very well in this film.
Overall this movie is a bit of a gem for slasher fans who have experience in this sub genre of horror and makes a good addition to most horror fans collection.