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Isabelle and Harris join “See No Evil 2”

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Danielle Harris

If you didn’t get enough eyeball plucking and WWE star Glenn “Kane” Jacobs in the nasty 2006 slasher pic See No Evil, there might be more to be had in See No Evil 2. WWE Studios and Lionsgate previously announced that the project will go into production, this time being helmed by “Twisted Twins” Jen and Sylvia Soska. These cool chicks already impressed earlier this year with American Mary, a psychological Grand Guignol which was written with fetching Canadian actress Katharine Isabelle in mind and received with universal praise from the genre community. Luckily for See No Evil 2, Isabelle will co-star and hopefully puts up a good fight against Kane’s hulking, bonkers Jacob Goodnight.

Danielle Harris, who’s very well-versed in the horror genre since her appearances in the fourth and fifth Halloween movies as well as that franchise’s reboot and that sequel, as well as the Hatchet sequels, is also set to star. Per IMDB, See No Evil 2 will see Jacob Goodnight rising “from the dead in the city morgue after his killing spree at the Blackwell hotel. In this ominous, underground locker for the dead, a group of medical students fight to survive as this deranged psychopath once again starts to pick them apart one by one.” That plot summary might sound as old as the hills, but if the playful and smart Soskas have any say in the matter, the crimson will flow into horror fans’ hearts. The two will also be joining The Call and Errors of the Human Body star Michael Eklund in the project.

Production has already begun on the sequel, which is currently filming in Los Angeles. The film will be distributed by Lionsgate, with Marketing being handled by co-production entity WWE studios For more information on See No Evil 2, The Soska Sisters, Katharine Isabelle and Danielle Harris, check back here at

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About Jeremy Kibler

Jeremy Kibler is an Online Film Critics Society member and freelance writer who never stops watching movies and writing about them. An alumnus of Pennsylvania State University, he has been a fan of the horror genre since he was a kid, renting every Friday the 13th and A Nightmare on Elm Street from the video store. For more of Jeremy’s reviews, go to or follow him on Twitter @jeremykibler25.

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