Jack-O (1995) 720p YIFY Movie

Jack-O (1995)

A long long time ago a wizard was put to death, but he swore vengeance on the townsfolk that did him in, particularly Arthur Kelly's family. Arthur had done the final graces on him when he came back to life as Mr. Jack the Pumpkin Man. The Kellys proliferated through the years, and when some devil-may-care teens accidentally unleash Jack-O, young Sean Kelly must stop him somehow as his suburban world is accosted and the attrition rate climbs.

IMDB: 3.31 Likes

  • Genre: Horror |
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 818.76M
  • Resolution: 1128*720 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English 2.0  
  • Run Time: 88
  • IMDB Rating: 3.3/10 
  • MPR: R
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 1

The Synopsis for Jack-O (1995) 720p

A long long time ago a wizard was put to death, but he swore vengeance on the townsfolk that did him in, particularly Arthur Kelly's family. Arthur had done the final graces on him when he came back to life as Mr. Jack the Pumpkin Man. The Kellys proliferated through the years, and when some devil-may-care teens accidentally unleash Jack-O, young Sean Kelly must stop him somehow as his suburban world is accosted and the attrition rate climbs.


The Director and Players for Jack-O (1995) 720p

[Director]Steve Latshaw
[Role:]Linnea Quigley
[Role:]Gary Doles
[Role:]Maddisen K. Krown


The Reviews for Jack-O (1995) 720p


Looking for laughs??Reviewed bybubelzVote: 7/10

A while back, my friend and I went to get a horror film of ghetto proportions, and found this gem in our local video store. We could not have been more delighted! This movie is the absolute best to make fun of, and just have a good clean laugh at! The acting is quite possibly worse than an elementary Christmas show (personal favorites: The pure "terror" when the little boy is being buried alive and the wife of the man in old times who goes off to kill Jack-O). The producers of this movie blew their budget on the opening lightening sequence, making the other effects laughably fake. If you're looking for a horror movie, keep moving on. But if you want to have some good fun laughing at and making fun of a movie so bad that the participants must hang their heads in shame to know it resides on their resumes? You have found it.

Really bad.... but also really funnyReviewed byTimeChaserVote: 7/10

Man, this movies sucked. It appeared to have like seven different plots going on at once and they all made little to no sense. The special effects, costumes, and all that stuff were beyond awful. The acting was particullary bad. Everything seemed so forced, especially the lines from the woman with the huge eyes and the little kid (his "Noooooo" as he gets burried is so unenthusiastic it's laughable). A good portion of this movie is rather funny anyway. The one woman's death where she shoves a knife into a toaster, gets electrocuted, and magically turns into the crapiest skeleton dummy in the world had my friends and I laughing for a good ten minutes.

Bottom line: If you're into watching really horrible movies, seek this one out. If not, run for your life.

You don't know Jack-O.Reviewed byHey_SwedenVote: 5/10

Amateurish, awkward modern slasher is not completely without its amusements, at least for die hard - and I do mean DIE HARD - B cinema completists. It's dull too much of the time, and the acting is by and large pretty dodgy. But considering just how minuscule the budget apparently was on this flick, it's to the credit of director Steve Latshaw and company that they pull off a movie that is at all coherent or enjoyable in the first place. The look of our evil pumpkin headed monster is decent, but the character obviously has not become an icon of the season.

A wizard played by John Carradine was put to death ages ago, and he placed a curse (but don't they all?) on his persecutors and their descendants. In the 1990s, the average suburban family the Kellys must do battle with the infernal demon of the title, conjured up by the wizard once upon a time.

The script by Patrick Moran is based on a story by Brad Linaweaver and Latshaws' contemporary Fred Olen Ray; Moran also plays Jack-O. It's on the lame side, all in all, with not much in it that's memorable in any way - save, perhaps, for the conservative couple the Watsons who watch a Rush Limbaugh parody character on TV. The gore isn't too bad, and Latshaw makes a good stab, if you'll pardon the expression, at generating some atmosphere.

But the characters are pretty inane. At least Carradine and his fellow veteran Cameron Mitchell (as a TV horror host) don't get embarrassed too much; their roles are really just cameos. (Their footage had been shot several years previously, and edited into some newly shot scenes.) The same goes for scream queen Brinke Stevens and *her* peer Dawn Wildsmith. Still, it's hard to completely knock any movie that gives Linnea Quigley the starring role, as she plays a surly, unlikely babysitter. Ryan Latshaw, who has the pivotal role of young Sean Kelly, is the son of the director.

Sadly, this would turn out to be the final film appearance for Mitchell.

Five out of 10.

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