Someone Bought This: Kane “See No Evil” novelization

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Kane See No Evil book Amazon Listing

My Partner In Crap Art0Donnell found this novelization of the Kane movie (and WrestleCrap induction) “See No Evil” and writes:

I discovered this: a novelization of WWE Films’ “See No Evil.”

Used copies are available for 1 cent, but die-hard fans of the film can plunk down an extra penny and buy it new.

PS: The Amazon page mislabels the book ever so slightly.

Whoops! I hope Amazon has fixed it on their end by the time everyone reads this.

Anyway; I’m sure it’s worth the $.01 (unlike oh, say… Chyna’s book).

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10 Responses to "Someone Bought This: Kane “See No Evil” novelization"
  1. THE Jeffry Mason says:

    First off, I thought tbe movie was awesome. Loved the cell phone death, and the twist that the guy you think is gonna be hunting for revenge the whole movie is the first one killed. Then again, I also loved The Chaperone and Knucklehead, so maybe I just have no taste.

    Second, I have no idea what the purpose of this book is. If you want to read about Kane, read the other novel about him, which even includes the entire KATIE VICK story. Good times for all!

  2. C.J. Smillie says:

    Speaking of See No Evil, I’ve been through the archives and I can’t find the induction on it, even though I remember it being there on the last Archives DVD. Did it fall through the cracks?

  3. John C says:

    It will so great on my shelf next to the other great novelizations I have like Grown Ups 2, The Animal, No Holds Barred and of course any film done by the genius known as Brett Ratner. I shall of course spare no expense and go for the 2 cent book thank you very much. Now about this Divas Butterfly tee…

  4. Anonymous says:

    I know that they novelize a lot of crap, but frickin’ seriously?

  5. John Q Occupier says:

    Borrowed this from my local library when it came out and saved myself the “fun” of watching it.

    (Actually, I tell a lie- as dumb serial killer movie tie-ins go, this wasn’t bad… if a little hokey in places.)

  6. Sir Thomas says:

    I have a feeling this novelization is going to be glorious. Ly horrible. I’m thinking of requesting Audible.com carry an audio version. OOH! Maybe they could get Kane to read it!

  7. Mr Maddog says:

    Still better and less terrifying than China’s bioography.

  8. Thineayngel says:

    I was at a horror film festival when it got it’s only UK cinema screening, so there were plenty of horror film fans there, many of who don’t watch wrestling and there quite a few moments where people cheered the onscreen antics – and these are by the people who know their horror. So the fact that this is inducted at all is probably a little unfair (unless it was more based on the in-ring storyline tie-in, which was indeed rubbish).

    The novelisation of the film wasn’t bad either from what I remember, it elaborated on things that the film didn’t have time (or care) to add. I enjoyed it, it’s standard for the genre, so to condemn this would be to condemn 90% of all horror!

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