This thirteen minute documentary offers a pretty interesting and illuminating peek at the making of the slasher horror opus "See No Evil." Director Gregory Dark reveals that wrestler Kane did his own stunts as well as designed Jacob Goodnight to be a real disgusting character with no sense of personal hygiene. Screenwriter Dan Madigan praises Kane for his subtle facial expressions and notes how he meant several of the deaths to be ironic, with Zoe's demise by having a cellphone rammed down her throat rating as a definite stand-out example. Cinematographer Ben Nott discusses Goodnight's distorted perspective on the world. Some of the best stuff in this doc concerns the make-up work done for both Goodnight and the various murder set pieces; actress Christina Vidal admits that the exceptional quality of the prosthetics creeped her out. Moreover, there's also some compelling material about how CGI was used for all the additional floors for the rundown Blackwell Hotel in the exterior shots of the place and Goodnight's fatal fall to his death at the very end. Loaded with plenty of choice clips and behind the scenes footage, it's worth a watch for fans of the film.
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