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Jason Wildeye
Jason Wildeye
Portrayed By: Julian Viglietti
Daniel Viglietti
Location: Melbourne, Victoria
Family: Unknown
Appearance: Killing 101
Killing 102: Cult of Wildeye
Status: Deceased (Will Lewis)
Alive (New Wildeye)

Smiling Man
Smiling Man
Portrayed By: Julian Viglietti
Daniel Viglietti
Location: Melbourne, Victoria
Family: Unknown
Appearance: Killing 101
Killing 102: Cult of Wildeye
Status: Deceased (Will Lewis)
Alive (New Wildeye)

Wildeye is the name given to a group of characters in the film franchise Killing 101.

Films

Killing 101

Wildeye is invited to Lucas' house, where they discuss the murder of Paul Wilson. After successfully doing so, Lucas forces his mask off and Wildeye leaves. Later that night, Wildeye taunts Lucas, before breaking into his house and killing him.

Killing 102

Wildeye calls Lucas and taunts him, claiming to have survived the shot. Wildeye later breaks in and stabs him, before being joined by GhostFace Wildeye. The two argue about who will kill him, giving Lucas a chance to slip away and get his gun. Before shooting them both to death.

Killing 102: Cult of Wildeye

Wildeye calls Lucas and taunts him, before luring him outside and sneaking into his house while he is distracted. As Lucas tries to call the police, Smiling Man comes out behind him and patronises him before chasing him into the lounge room where Lucas is knocked to the ground by Jason Wildeye and his machete. Jason leaves the work to Smiling Man and Smiling Man stabs Lucas, leaving his fate unknown.

Weapons and Equipment

  • Kitchen Knife - Used mainly by Smiling Man to slit his victims throats or stab them to death.
  • Machete - Used by Jason Wildeye, usually to stab his victims.
  • Black Hoodie/Jason Mask - The guise for Jason Wildeye. Used to hide his/her identity.
  • Nike Jumper/Smiling Man Mask - The guise for Smiling Man. Used to hide his/her identity.
  • Voice-changer - Each mask comes equipped with a voice changer, allowing Wildeye to keep his voice disguised. There is also an app they use when making phone calls.

Trivia

  • Originally GhostFace was supposed to be part of the Wildeye Cult, but Killing 102 production was cancelled and that idea was scrapped.
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