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6.2

Generally favorable reviews- based on 95 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 60 out of 95
  2. Negative: 32 out of 95
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  1. CaraR.
    Dec 22, 2006
    10
    I love gorry movies and horror flicks, this is definetly my fave.
  2. GabrielA.
    May 21, 2006
    10
    Finally a true horror movie. This is the first time in years that I had to cover my eyes. I am a horror buff and I recommend this movie but it is quite gory. I am not a big wrestling fan but Kane really pulled the whole monster thing off. I have to admit that I didn't want to see this movie, my 17 year old dragged me to it, but am very glad I did. During and after the movie I was Finally a true horror movie. This is the first time in years that I had to cover my eyes. I am a horror buff and I recommend this movie but it is quite gory. I am not a big wrestling fan but Kane really pulled the whole monster thing off. I have to admit that I didn't want to see this movie, my 17 year old dragged me to it, but am very glad I did. During and after the movie I was looking over my shoulder. I have to agree with others about the whole remake horror movies enough is enough. I think that is why this movie is getting some good reviews. It is a refreshing change and takes you back to The Texas Chainsaw ( first one), Michael Myers, and Jason. And no CGI crap. Expand
  3. MarkP.
    May 27, 2006
    10
    This is not the film company reviewing this, I swear. This movie deserves something like a 9.76 out of 10, but since they didn't have that score, I had to round it up. This is a definite fun for the whole family film that really surprised me. This movie can inspire young film makers trying to make low budget movies on their DV cameras (I mean that in the nicest way possible). The 400 This is not the film company reviewing this, I swear. This movie deserves something like a 9.76 out of 10, but since they didn't have that score, I had to round it up. This is a definite fun for the whole family film that really surprised me. This movie can inspire young film makers trying to make low budget movies on their DV cameras (I mean that in the nicest way possible). The 400 pound evil religious guy really made me realize that my sins must be cleansed. This movie is far more insightful than other "religious based movies" such as that Ron Howard mess. I heard that movie ruins families, like my friend Mary's daughter. Take your kids to this movie and they will learn a valueable lesson from the 400 pund evil guy. Expand
  4. SydneyA.
    May 19, 2006
    9
    Good Fun, Gore!
  5. RogerE.
    May 20, 2006
    10
    Everything said in the first post is pretty much correct - except some minor points. I'm a MAJOR Musical Theater fan, but I've never been much of a 'Rent-head', (I find the story a bit pretentious and self aware - basically a modern version of "Hair") - yet the emotion and energy is real and infectious, fueled by an incredible and memorable score. As I remember, Everything said in the first post is pretty much correct - except some minor points. I'm a MAJOR Musical Theater fan, but I've never been much of a 'Rent-head', (I find the story a bit pretentious and self aware - basically a modern version of "Hair") - yet the emotion and energy is real and infectious, fueled by an incredible and memorable score. As I remember, though, both the songs "Halloween" and "Goodbye, Love" were NOT in the final cut I saw last night (11/6), but the interview with the cast and director was inspirational! The best factor for me was that Director Columbus made a decision to shoot it AS A MUSICAL and not try to hide it's musical theater roots (like say, "Chicago"). Also, he cast many members of the original cast (a throwback to old movie musicals). These were brave and successful moves, and should finally knock down that door to MORE movie musicals. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! Expand
  6. AlanL.
    Aug 12, 2006
    10
    This film was a non-stop thrill ride with the actor Glen Jacobs a.k.a. Kane performing like a man who's been in the film business for as many years as Marlon Brando. The horrifying ending is truly something to behold and I suggest anyone out there who is into slasher-horrors (not just you WWE fans) rushes to the any theatre still showing this masterpiece.
  7. J.C.
    May 19, 2006
    10
    This is the best WWE-spawned horror movie ever. Think about it.
Metascore
17

Overwhelming dislike - based on 14 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 0 out of 14
  2. Negative: 10 out of 14
  1. 25
    Hippolyte subsequently reinvented himself first as a director of baroque erotic thrillers and then as music-video maestro to pop tarts like Britney Spears, but stalk-and-slash horror -- for all its porn-movie rhythms -- appears to have defeated him.
  2. Reviewed by: Joe Leydon
    40
    Throats are ripped, heads are crushed and limbs are severed with brutal efficiency throughout See No Evil, but that's not nearly enough to dispel the sense of deja vu that pervades this generic slasher thriller.
  3. 40
    The killer in this nasty yet taut slice-and-dice 'em horror flick is a collector of eyeballs, which he removes from his screaming victims with an efficient single swooping motion of his talon-like index finger. If that image makes you grin not cringe, then this movie's for you.