See Jane Run is a fun rental. It's artsy and sort of slow at the beginning but the end is packed with horror/torture scenes that make you cringe. The sound is a little fuzzy in the first scene but is actually clearer in the rest of the film than the sound usually is in low budget horror movies. The actors all did a great job building the tension and keeping you guessing. I actually thought that Jane was the killer until the middle of the movie, so that was pretty cool. The iron scene is also a high point. Even though the story is nothing special, it held together pretty well and was on the same level as other horror films I have seen. The special effects varied in their quality. Some of them worked really well while others were less believable. Overall, I gave the movie a 9 because the acting and cinematography were great for a low budget film. I definitely would recommend this to horror fans.
I didn't expect much from a Joe Estevez movie after "gems" like Death Row and Zombiegeddon. See Jane Run is actually a pretty good movie. While it obviously doesn't have a budget and isn't a blockbuster horror film like Hostel or Saw, I thought that the acting and picture were extremely good. The actors didn't overact like they do in most horror flicks. I thought that was great. The story wasn't anything new, but it kept my attention and the payoff was good at the end. I think that the direction of the film was the weakest link, but the actors and cinematographer did an awesome job and I would definitely recommend See Jane Run to anyone looking for a movie that skates the line between horror and art house.