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"Reverend" Henry Kane , also known as The Beast is the fictional main antagonist of the Poltergeist film series. He is the ghost of an angry cult leader who wishes to abduct the youngest child of the Freeling family: Carol Anne, to use her innocence to capture souls trying to enter the Afterlife . He was portrayed by Julian Beck in most of the second film and Nathan Davis in the final.

  • 1 Fictional character biography
  • 2 The Beast
  • 3.1 Poltergeist
  • 3.2 Poltergeist II: The Other side
  • 3.3 Poltergeist III
  • 4 Powers and Abilities
  • 5 Personality
  • 6 Appearances elsewhere
  • 7 Characterization
  • 8 Reception
  • 9.1 Citations
  • 10 See also
  • 11 External links

Fictional character biography [ ]

Kane claims to be a Reverend , likely from the American South , who started and became leader of a utopian cult in the early 19th century. However, Kane simply wanted to harvest the energy of his followers' spirits in the Afterlife to gain supernatural power. He led his "flock" across a desert t southern California into an underground cavern under the premise that the world was about to end, but in truth Kane simply wanted to kill his disciples and himself and then harvest their souls in death. It is implied in Poltergeist II: The Other Side  that Kane became enemies with a Native Shaman known as "Medicine Man" ( Medicine Man , the spiritual figure, not the character) who is also known as Taylor. The novelization for Poltergeist II: The Other Side states that Taylor is the reincarnation of a man named Ben Lagou. Lagou was a member of Kane's cult, but when he witnessed Kane's growing evil, he turned against him. Ben Lagou was briefly possessed when he drank tequila, just as Steven Freeling later would be. Ben was able to free himself from the possession, while Kane told his followers that had witnessed this event that Ben Lagou was evil. Kane's cult headed for the cavern and sealed themselves in. Ben tried to find Kane to stop him, but could not find him. He used his shaman abilities to reincarnate himself through lifetime after lifetime until he was reborn as Taylor, who helped the Freeling family defeat Kane.

The Beast [ ]

After Kane died, his ghost absorbed the energy from his followers and this fused with the power-hungry evil in his heart, transforming Kane into a monstrous apparition that the psychic Tangina Barrons would go on to call "The Beast". Kane/The Beast was able to gain his powers from his followers. However, he desired the energy of more souls which he could not obtain because they kept entering the Light, but when a house was built over his cavern in 1980s and the Freelings moved in, Kane immediately sensed the power of the Freeling's daughter Carol Anne's innocence, and realized that it shone like the Light. As the Beast, Kane persuaded other benign spirits(possibly his followers) to abduct Carol Anne through the screen of a TV set (showing only static ) and bring her to their realm, dubbed the "Other Side" where he could use her to attract more souls. Luckily, Carol Anne was rescued by her mother, Diane and brought back to the real world whilst Tangina was able to persuade most of Kane's minions to enter the Light. A vengeful Kane/The Beast used his remaining strength to make the corpses of his followers rise from their graves and eventually consumed the entire Freeling house, but unfortunately for Kane, the Freelings escaped.

A year later, Kane tracked Carol Anne to a new house where her grandmother, "Grandma Jess's" clairvoyance was able to forbid him from entering the house without permission. This is the moment that Kane takes his human form and attempts to gain the Freeling's confidence but Carol Anne's father, Steven, manages to see through Kane's lies and Diane even has visions of Kane's life. This is known as the famous "Let Me In" sequence. After Grandma Jess dies, Kane attacks the Freelings but is stopped by the Medicine Man, now calling himself "Taylor". Taylor gives Steven the Smoke Spirit , which has the power to resist Kane's attacks. Kane also manages to possess Steven and in a disturbing scene, it is shown that Kane is also a rapist, as he tries to use Steven's body to rape Diane, this echoes a scene from Poltergeist , where the Beast telepathically drags Diane above her bed and lifts up her top to reveal her undergarments. Luckily, Diane's love for Steven forces Kane out of the body. At the end of the film, the Freelings travel to the "Other Side" and Kane is defeated by Steven using a magical spear that Taylor gave him.

In Poltergeist III , Kane manages to trace Carol Anne to her new home at the John Hancock Centre and takes possession of the entire building, using the mirrors as a gateway to their world and getting his minions to take the form of reflections. Once again, Tangina comes to Carol Anne's aid but is captured by Kane. The now defenseless Carol Anne is almost taken by Kane but thanks to Tangina's sacrifice, a softer side to Kane is shown as he is offered redemption if he enters the Light, which he obliges to and moves on to the Afterlife.

Poltergeist [ ]

See article: Poltergeist

Only Kane's current incarnation is shown to the audience, Tangina Barrons simply reveals that he is The Beast and wrongfully tells the family that he is a demon , due to his monstrous aspects. His attempts to abduct Carol Anne fail and he wreaks vengeance by exhuming the corpses of his followers and consuming the entire house.

Poltergeist II: The Other side [ ]

See article: Poltergeist II: The Other Side

Kane's backstory is revealed to the Freelings and he also reveals himself to them in human form. This is the film where his archenemy is revealed to be the Medicine Man. Kane is also shown to be a frightfully cheerful man and this hints towards how insane he was in life. His insanity is shown again as he attempts to rape Diane Freeling. Thanks to the Medicine Man and Tangina, the Freelings escape yet again.

In Poltergeist II: The Other Side (1986), he was played by Julian Beck . [1]

Poltergeist III [ ]

See article: Poltergeist III

Kane traces Carol Anne to her new home at the John Hancock Center and manages to trick and capture Tangina, but this however turns out to be his downfall (or redemption) as Tangina ultimately offers to lead Kane into the Light, seemingly ending his reign of terror as the Beast, but in epilogue, ominous lighting strikes over the skyscraper and his maniacal laughter is heard, hinting that Kane may not be gone for good.

In Poltergeist III (known in Australia as Poltergeist III: The Final Chapter ) (1988), he was played by Nathan Davis , but an uncredited Corey Burton provided his voice. He is depicted as a power-hungry zealot and religious leader who predicted the "end of days" in order to entice his followers into a cavern. [2]

Powers and Abilities [ ]

In death, Kane possesses relatively canonical poltergeist powers such as possession, invisibility, transparency and telepathy. But he also contains a vast amount of power due to him harvesting the souls of his followers, enabling him to shapeshift and virtually bend all matter to his will. Kane is able to transform into demonic monsters. He also can create minions such as in the third film, where he transforms the protagonists' reflections into flesh and blood servants. Kane does however have various weaknesses that can be used against him.

  • He cannot enter the property of the living without access to an electric item or permission from the owner.
  • Clairvoyant energy acts as a barrier to his power.
  • Displays of good emotions, love, kindness, and belief weaken him, yet bad emotions such as rage, frustration and despair strengthen his evil.

Personality [ ]

Kane is the classic villain; he possesses characteristics such as psychopathy , sadism , and insatiable greed .

Appearances elsewhere [ ]

  • Kane was depicted on the cover of Among the Living by Anthrax . The band stated in interviews that he was one of the things that scared them the most.
  • Kane had a cameo in the South Park episode Imaginationland .
  • Kane was also parodied in Scary Movie 2 under the name Hugh Kane.

Characterization [ ]

Joseph Maddrey describes Kane as "a Jonestown -type father figure." [3]

Reception [ ]

Gregory Anderson refers to the character as "the most infamous villain in horror history...brilliantly portrayed by Julian Beck." [4] [5]

References [ ]

  • Beasts: Webster’s Quotations, Facts and Phrases , Icon Group International, Inc., pages 91, 220, 249. 2008, 332 pages. isbn=0546664652, 9780546664652}}
  • ‘Poltergeist II’ Larry Clow, The Wire , May 9, 2007, wirenh.com, accessed 2009-05-11
  • Ghost of first movie haunts `Poltergeist II' May 23, 1986. nl.newsbank.com. Star Tribune accessed 2009-05-11}}

Citations [ ]

  • ↑ Coauthors= Jay R. Nash, Stanley Ralph Ross, title= The Motion Picture Guide 1987 Annual: The Films of 1986, publisher=Cinebooks |location=page 224, date=1987, edition=illustrated |pages=726 |isbn=0933997159, 9780933997158
  • ↑ Scandalous preachers in film , sun-sentinel.com, Sun Sentinel , accessed 2009-05-11
  • ↑ Joseph Maddrey, Nightmares in red, white, and blue: the evolution of the American horror film (McFarland, 2004), 73 .
  • ↑ Gregory Anderson, " Review of Poltergeist III ," The '80s Movies Rewind .
  • ↑ Exposure Is Phillips' First Series February 21, 1995 Google News Archive, Barstow Press , page 2, accessed 2009-05-11

See also [ ]

Contains content from Wikipedia. Nominated for deletion at Wikipedia:Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Henry Kane

External links [ ]

  • Reverend Henry Kane (character) at the Internet Movie Database
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Reverend Henry Kane , also known as " The Beast ", is the main antagonist of the Poltergeist film series. In life, this angry ghost he was a leader and priest of a Satanic, 19th century Utopian cult who held an apocalyptic view on the world, sealing himself and his followers inside a cave system in area to die: this location would eventually be built over to make the home the Freeling family would reside in within Cuesta Verde in California and his dark soul wishes to abduct the youngest child of the Freeling family named Carol Anne , to use her innocence and her untainted life essence to capture souls trying to enter the afterlife. This origin story contradicts the original movie's plot but seems to be the official story of the sequels.

He was portrayed by the late Julian Beck in the second film, and the late Nathan Davis in the final sequel. His voice was provided by Corey Burton who also did the vocal effects for the Critters in the first Critters film.

  • 1.1 Life and Death
  • 1.2 The Beast
  • 1.3 Poltergeist III original ending
  • 2 Powers and Abilities
  • 3 Personality
  • 6 External links

Biography [ ]

Life and death [ ].

Kane was a reverend, possibly from the American South, who started a utopian cult in the early 19th century. However, Kane simply wanted to harvest the energy of his followers' spirits in the afterlife to gain supernatural power; despite this, Kane is shown throughout the films to be a zealot, as he does believe in certain religious values. He led his "flock" into an underground cavern under the premise that the world was about to end, but in truth, Kane simply wanted to kill his disciples and himself and then harvest their souls in death. It is implied in Poltergeist II: The Other Side that Kane became enemies with an immortal Red Indian shaman called the "Medicine Man" who is also known as Taylor . The novelization for Poltergeist II: The Other Side states that Taylor is the reincarnation of an Indian named Ben Lagou; Lagou was a member of Kane's cult, but when he witnessed Kane's growing evil, he turned against him. Ben Lagou was briefly possessed when he drank tequila, just as Steve Freeling later would be. Ben was able to free himself from the possession, while Kane told his followers that had witnessed this event that Ben Lagou was evil. Kane's cult headed for the cavern and sealed themselves in. Ben tried to find Kane to stop him, but could not find him. He used his shaman abilities to reincarnate himself through lifetime after lifetime until he was reborn as Taylor, who helped the Freeling family defeat Kane.

The Beast [ ]

After Kane died, his ghost absorbed the energy from the souls of his followers and this fused with the power-hungry evil in his heart, transforming Kane into a monstrous apparition that the psychic Tangina Barrons would go on to call "The Beast". Kane/The Beast was able to gain his powers from his followers. However, he desired the energy of more souls which he could not obtain because they kept entering the Light, but when a house was built over his cavern in the 1980s and the Freelings moved in, Kane immediately sensed the power of the Freelings' daughter Carol Anne's innocence and because of her hidden clairvoyant abilities, and realized that it shone like the Light. As the Beast, Kane persuaded other benign spirits to join with him and his cult to abduct Carol Anne through the screen of a TV set (showing only static) and bring her to their realm, dubbed the "Other Side" where he could use her to attract more souls. Luckily, Carol Anne was rescued by her mother, Diane and brought back to the real world whilst Tangina was able to persuade most of Kane's minions to enter the Light. A vengeful Kane/The Beast used his remaining strength to make the corpses of his pawns rise from their graves and eventually consumed the entire Freeling house, but unfortunately for Kane, the Freelings escaped.

A year later, Kane tracked Carol Anne to a new house where her grandmother, Grandma Jess's clairvoyance was able to forbid him from entering the house without permission before she passed away in her sleep. This is the moment that Kane takes his human form and attempts to gain the Freeling household's confidence but Carol Anne's father, Steven, manages to see through Kane's lies and Diane even has visions of Kane's life. This is known as the famous "Let Me In" sequence. After Grandma Jess dies, Kane attacks the Freelings but is stopped by the Medicine Man, now calling himself "Taylor". Taylor gives Steve the Smoke Spirit, which has the power to resist Kane's attacks. Kane also manages to possess Steve and in a disturbing scene, it is shown that Kane is also a rapist, as he tries to use Steve's body to rape Diane, this echoes a scene from Poltergeist , where the Beast telepathically drags Diane above her bed and lifts up her top to reveal her undergarments. Luckily, Diane's love for Steve forces Kane out of his body. At the end of the film, the Freelings travel to the "Other Side" and Kane is defeated by Steve using a magical spear that Taylor gave him. Kane and his cultists became lost in limbo.

In Poltergeist III , Kane manages to trace Carol Anne to her new home at the John Hancock Center and takes possession of the entire building, using the mirrors as a gateway to their world and getting his minions to take the form of reflections. Once again, Tangina comes to Carol Anne's aid but is captured by Kane. The now defenseless Carol Anne is almost taken by Kane but is stopped thanks to Tangina's sacrifice. Kane is offered redemption, which he seemingly takes and moves on into the Light. However, at the end of the film, Kane reveals his "redemption" to have been fake, as he zaps the John Hancock Center with a bolt of lightning at the city of Chicago and laughs evilly, planning on wrecking more havoc in the world.

Poltergeist III original ending [ ]

When Pat Gardner jumps through the glass pane into the apartment, she finds Carol Anne, Donna, Scott, Bruce and Tangina frozen and dying. She then also becomes imprisoned in ice and gets attacked by Kane and her evil mirror reflection who want the necklace. Patricia tries to repel them and declares unconditional love for her family, but trips over frozen Tangina and falls to the floor. Tangina frees her arm from the ice and grabs the necklace. She convinces Kane that she is the one who can take him to the light, not Carol Anne. Kane puts his hand on the necklace, but instead of ascending, his face cracks and he explodes. Kane and Tangina then proceeded to the light, ending the latter's reign of terror as the Beast for good. The blast frees everyone, but annihilates Tangina and causes a violent thunderstorm. Patricia, Carol Anne, Donna, Scott and Bruce leave the other side, with Kane remaining in whatever lies beyond it for the rest of eternity.

Powers and Abilities [ ]

In death, Kane possesses relatively canonical poltergeist powers such as possession, invisibility, transparency and telepathy. But he also contains a vast amount of power due to him harvesting the souls of his followers, enabling him to shapeshift and virtually bend all matter to his will. Kane is able to transform into demonic monsters. He also can create minions such as in the third film, where he transforms the protagonists' reflections into flesh and blood servants and shows bilocation powers. Kane does however have various weaknesses that can be used against him.

  • He cannot enter the property of the living without access to an electric item or permission from the owner.
  • Clairvoyant energy acts as a barrier to his power.
  • Displays of good emotions, love, kindness, and belief weaken him, yet bad emotions such as rage, frustration and despair strengthen his evil.

Personality [ ]

Kane is the classic villain; he possesses characteristics such as psychopathy, sadism, and an insatiable desire for power.

Gallery [ ]

Publicity-Still of Julian Beck as Reverend Henry Kane.

  • Only Kane's current incarnation is shown to the audience, Tangina Barrons simply reveals that he is The Beast. His attempts to abduct Carol Anne fail and he wreaks vengeance by exhuming the corpses of his followers and consuming the entire house.
  • American author and screenwriter Joseph Maddrey describes Kane as "a Jonestown -type father figure". Gregory Anderson refers to the character as "the most infamous villain in horror history...brilliantly portrayed by Julian Beck.".
  • Kane was depicted on the cover of Among the Living by Anthrax. The band stated in interviews that he was one of the things that scared them the most.
  • Kane had a cameo in the South Park episode "Imaginationland".

External links [ ]

  • Reverend Henry Kane in the Horror Wiki.
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Poltergeist 2's villain is so scary because the actor was dying in real life.

Poltergeist 2's villain, the terrifying Reverend Kane, is a favorite of horror fans, but actor Julian Beck barely made it through production alive.

1986 sequel Poltergeist 2 's villain, the terrifying Reverend Kane, is a horror icon, but actor Julian Beck barely made it through production alive. The first Poltergeist, directed by Tobe Hooper and released in 1982, is a classic of the horror genre, managing to scare the hell out of audiences while only being rated PG. At the time, the PG-13 rating didn't exist. In 1986, Poltergeist 's Freeling Family — minus older daughter Dana, as actress Dominique Dunne had been tragically murdered in the intervening years — returned for another ghostly adventure in Poltergeist 2: The Other Side. Few would consider the sequel to be in the league of the Steven Spielberg-produced original.

That said, Poltergeist 2 has a sizable fanbase in its own right, thanks to the return of the likeable Freelings, and Julian Beck's mesmerizing villain. Reverend Kane is actually the human form of the entity known as "The Beast," which almost managed to permanently take Carol Anne (Heather O'Rourke) away from the Freelings. Having The Beast take a human guise actually turned out to be a blessing, as actor Julian Beck succeeded in turning Reverend Kane into a hypnotic figure. Sadly, in real life, Julian Beck was himself on the brink of death, and barely finished Poltergeist 2 's production. This, however, only makes Julian Beck's Poltergeist performance all the more impressive.

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Poltergeist 2's Reverend Kane Actor Was Dying of Stomach Cancer During Filming

Primarily a stage actor, Julian Beck had only appeared in a handful of films when he landed the role of Reverend Kane in Poltergeist 2: The Other Side. Beck's gaunt appearance and sunken eyes added immensely to his portrayal of Kane, giving the Reverend the visage of a living skeleton. Famously, the first time young actress O'Rourke saw him on set, she reportedly started crying out of intense fear.

The sad truth there is that Julian Beck was diagnosed with stomach cancer in 1983, and was still battling the illness when production began on Poltergeist 2. His skeletal appearance was due to the disease eating away at his body, which only continued to get worse during filming. Still, Beck was determined to finish what would become his final screen appearance. Whether Julian Beck intended to do it, the veteran actor perfectly leveraged his health condition at the time, which definitely helped Beck create one of the most iconic horror villains from the '80s.

Poltergeist 2's Reverend Kane Actor Passed Away During Post-Production

On September 14, 1985, at the age of 60, Julian Beck passed away. At that point, Poltergeist 2 was still over eight months away from theatrical release, and still undergoing post-production work. Since Beck died before that could be completed, some of his lines in the film were re-recorded by a sound-alike voice actor.

Somewhat annoyingly, Julian Beck's untimely death tends to be used as an example of the so-called "Poltergeist Curse," since several cast and crew members involved with the franchise met early or tragic ends. Many have speculated that this "curse" is due to the fact that the first film used real-life skeletons in its most chilling scenes. Tellingly, in 1988, Reverend Kane was recast for Poltergeist 3, and it in no way compared to the iconic Julian Beck's Poltergeist villain.

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Julian Beck Wasn't The Only Poltergeist Cast Member To Tragically Pass Away

As unfounded as Hollywood curses are, it's notable how several other Poltergeist franchise cast members also suffered similarly tragic fates. This includes Will Sampson, the Indigenous American shaman in Poltergeist 2, who died two years after Julian Beck died. Perhaps the eeriest death of all was suffered by Heather O'Rourke, who played Carol Anne Freeling, as she died from a mysterious bowel obstruction after completing her work in Poltergeist 3 .

There are several other deaths in the Poltergeist and Poltergeist 2 cast before and after Julian Beck died. In Beck's case though, his demise was already sadly in motion before even signing on to play Reverend Kane. Whether the "Poltergeist Curse" is real or not, all of these deaths connected to the films only lend more notoriety to the already-iconic Poltergeist franchise.

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The Real-Life Poltergeist "Curse" Is Way More Terrifying Than the Movies

By Lynsey Eidell

With the Poltergeist reboot hitting theaters this past weekend, horror fans are busy comparing how its frights stack up againt the 1982 original. But scarier than any of the cult horror films—remakes or originals—is the alleged "curse" surrounding the franchise: There's been skeletons, exorcisms, and multiple deaths all tied to the films. Here's a breakdown of all the creepy happenings, but read on only if you dare...

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If you thought the first iteration of this horror film was terrifying, imagine all the same frightening spooks and evil spirits—but in 3-D. (Yikes!) One thing not to be afraid of, though, is this reboot ruining the original: Sam Raimi's version does it super-scary justice. In theaters May 22.

Dominique Dunne, who starred in the original Poltergeist as Dana, is strangled to death by her ex-boyfriend on November 4, 1982 —exactly five months to the day after the first movie premiered. She was only 22 years old at the time of her death.

Since Dunne's death, five more cast and crew members from the Poltergeist trilogy have died. Including:

Julian Beck, who played Henry Kane in Poltergeist II , died on September 14, 1985, of stomach cancer. He was 60 years old. Will Sampson, who played Taylor the medicine man in Poltergeist II , died on June 3, 1987, from post-operative complications and kidney failure. He was 53 years old. Brian Gibson, the director of Poltergeist II , died on January 4, 2004, from Ewing's sarcoma, a form of cancer. He was 59 years old. Lou Perryman, who played Pugsley in the first film, was murdered on April 1, 2009. He was 67 years old.

But the most suspicious of the deaths was that of 12-year-old Heather O'Rourke, who played Carol Anne in all three original Poltergeist films. The young actress came down with a mysterious illness in 1987, which the doctors misdiagnosed as Crohn's disease. On February 1, 1988, she fell into cardiac arrest and died on the operating table due to septic shock caused by a blocked intestine.

There was also a Final Destination -esque close call for Richard Lawson, who played Ryan in the first film. He was on board a U.S. Air flight in 1992 that crashed soon after takeoff from LaGuardia Airport and killed 27 people. According to The New York Times , he was originally assigned a seat in row six, but the ticket attendant recognized him and bumped him up to the first row of the plane. Lawson later learned that at least one person in his original row had died in the crash.

Legend attributes the curse to the fact that Steven Spielberg opted to use real skeletons in the infamous pool scene. According to JoBeth Williams, at least, who told TV Land: "In my innocence and naivete, I assumed that these were not real skeletons. I assumed that they were prop skeletons made out of plastic or rubber.... I found out, as did the crew, that they were using real skeletons, because it's too far too expensive to make fake skeletons out of rubber."__

And not even a real-life exorcism could get rid of the curse. Will Sampson, one of the Poltergeist actors who died, performed an actual exorcism ceremony after filming the second movie in an attempt to banish the curse. He would pass away less than a year later.

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