The only thing that's actually frightening about See No Evil is the "WWE Films" logo that appears in the opening credits. Other than that, the movie is little more than a by-the-numbers slasher flick with a few scared youngsters and a boogeyman chasing them from room to room. 

The film's villain is played by the WWE's Kane, who also happens to be some sort of zombie in the wrestling storylines, so that worked out nicely. Too bad Kane is less frightening than jury duty, and twice as boring. Sure, the big guy wasn't given much to work with in See No Evil, but that still doesn't make up for the fact that he's as bland as wheat toast whenever he's on screen.

And the film's dreadful tagline, "This Spring, someone is raising Kane," might just be the worst use of text since Paul Reiser's book, Couplehood.