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Jack’s Freaky Flick Pick | Ninja III: The Domination (1984)

I love a schlocky exploitation film, and though the intrepid standalone Ninja III: The Domination is only just fine, it certainly delivers on the schlock and the exploitation of then-current trends in film: dance, horror, and… ninjas? Yep, the same decade that gave us Dirty Dancing, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Flashdance, and Friday the …

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Jack’s Freaky Flick Pick | Movie Review: A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (2014)

We’ve seen so many kinds of vampires over the years: caped counts like Dracula, who turn their prey into one of them; vampires who need their victims to reciprocate in the blood sucking for any transformation to happen, like in Buffy the Vampire Slayer; vampires that don’t create other vampires, but instead are simply demonic, …

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Jack’s Freaky Flick Pick | Movie Review: The House of the Devil (2009)

When I first watched this slow-burn horror flick, I was 100% sure it was from the 80’s: The hair, the cars, the Sony Walkman–simply the way the film looked. I had pressed play on a whim, with no prior research, and so after I had finished the movie, I was shocked to learn that it …

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Jack’s Freaky Flick Pick | Movie Review: Midsommar (2019)

Ari Aster has done it again with another fantastic cult movie (like, a literal cult). Like Hereditary, this film is sopping wet with symbolism, foreshadowing, and sickening imagery that doesn’t always rely on gore… (but okay there’s still plenty of gore). Along with these two, film distributor A24 has released other horror gems such as …

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