Very much a WWE in-product, written by their staff and starring one of their wrestlers, it would be easy to dismiss this story of a murdering psychopath as nothing more than slasher-trash. But given the chance to play out in its entirety, See No Evil, while not a diamond in the rough, is perhaps a nice quartz in the mud.
The film's tale is simple. A cop busts in on an eye-plucking killer, shoots him in the head, and loses an arm for his trouble. Flash forward several years, and this grizzled cop is now taking a group of young, promiscuous convicts out on a work detail to renovate the run-down Blackwell Hotel. And lo and behold, the hotel is secret home of the not-quite-dead killer from that previous encounter. Cue murder, mayhem, mutilation, and a dash of shower voyeurism. A simple formula that plays out quite well in its simplicity.