Kane's Inferno

Kane's Inferno

[Interview] Kane Lists Scariest Monsters Ever

Simply put, there is no better guest to have on Halloween than WWE Superstar Kane. He’s demonic, twisted, sinister and comes from the depths of Hell. That and he’s a butt-kicking machine with a red mask who is also carving out a name for himself as a Hollywood slasher. I caught up with ‘The Big Red Monster’ just after the release of See No Evil 2, the sequel to WWE Studio’s first major release.

In the film, Kane resurrects the role of Jacob Goodnight, who has an insatiable appetite for gore and ruins a poor girl’s birthday party by going on a killing spree inside of a morgue. Kane told me he thinks Goodnight ranks among the all-time great big screen slashers because of the uniqueness of the character. “Jacob runs more on emotion and he thinks, whereas guys like Jason Voorhees and Michael Myers, they’re just instinctive (killers),” he said.

Only Hannibal Lecter ranks ahead of Goodnight on his list, purely because The Silence of the Lambs icon is “an intellectual monster” and more realistic than his over-the-top counterparts. “He’s smarter than everybody else. That’s what makes him so dangerous and scary,” he said.

But what about the scariest wrestlers in WWE history? I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to ask the man whom many would say tops the list of pro wrestlers most likely to scare the life out of you.

Listen to the interview here

Nov 1, 2014