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Hazard Jack (2014)

Not Rated | | Horror | 13 May 2014 (USA)
A group of college kids get together for a weekend of booze and war games at an abandoned hospital. The hospital has become the haven for a PTSD stricken war vet coping and acting upon his delusions. Who will survive the game?



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Kevin James Sporman ...
Earl (as Kevin Sporman)
Aimee Bello ...
Zachary Meyer ...
Josh Jacques ...
Jeremy Ebenstein ...
Ashley Walsh ...
Daniel Rivera ...
Joe Orrach ...
Construction Boss
Security Dispatcher
Matthew Plueger ...
Security Guard


A group of college kids get together for a weekend of booze and war games at an abandoned hospital. The hospital has become the haven for a PTSD stricken war vet coping and acting upon his delusions. Who will survive the game?

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13 May 2014 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Hardhat  »


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$3,000,000 (estimated)
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Hazard Jack's real name is only spoken once during the film. See more »


[last lines]
Ricky: [as Hazard Jack lifts, then lights a makeshift flamethrower to face Ricky] It's YOU who's gonna burn!
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At the end credits a description on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder appears on screen See more »


References Paranormal Activity (2007) See more »


Written by Katya Shalayeva and Oleksiy Ginchev
Performed by Katya Shalayeva (as Stereolizza)
Courtesy of StereoZzilla Music [us]
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Enormously enjoyable if only slightly flawed
12 January 2015 | by See all my reviews

Deciding to engage in a game of paint-ball, a group of friends wrongly choose the location held by a PTSD-plagued war vet who sees them as a chance to continue his reign of terror and forcing them to stop him in order to get out alive.

Overall, this was quite a surprising and enjoyable slasher effort that really gets a lot right. One of it's better elements throughout this is the prime location set-up here to take advantage of the intended target here of the paint-ball game in the abandoned hospital where he's secretly living. The winding corridors, endless darkened rooms split off from the main entrances, plenty of power-tools left lying around to make for handy weaponry and the type of dirty, grimy atmosphere gained from years of neglect and disuse that supplies this perfectly well with a great location and really makes the most of it. That also occurs with the rather frantic and enjoyable stalking scenes that are quite enjoyable if just a tad clichéd of the use of running victims being unable to escape from the shambling killer but there's more in quantity that certainly make for an overall more enjoyable offering. Along with the locations and stalking here, the plentiful gore and bountiful nudity also supply this with a lot to like and really seem to help overlook the fact that the running time is so short yet never once overstays it's welcome or descends into boredom by constantly providing all of those features together at given intervals to continually creep further along and generally come across as quite positive. That said, there's still a few minor areas here that do hold this one down, mostly the two aforementioned tactics in its short running time and the clichéd stalking scenes but also from the fact that it manages to once again feature such a wide-ranging group of people that they're hardly the sort of friends that would hang out with each other in real-life and it becomes upsetting to think they would be. It really casts a strong cloud over the film, as well as the fact of this one really doesn't do much interesting with its' killer beyond the silent, hulking brute. The ties to the disorder is fine and actually well-handled, but it tends to go off on several needless tangents throughout here which are just plain confusing and don't really offer much to the film beyond their confusing nature. These do hold it back somewhat, though what's on display is often enough to hold it off and become quite enjoyable.

Rated R: Graphic Violence, Graphic Language, Nudity, several sexual situations and drug use.

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