Samurai Jack

Season 3 Episode 9

XXXV: Jack And The Haunted House

Aired Saturday 12:30 AM May 17, 2003 on Cartoon Network
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Jack encounters a haunted house in his travels and must free the trapped family inside.

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  • One of the greatest SJ episodes. (Like most of Season 3!)

    Wow, This episodes is very exciting! Jack see's a little girl crying, he follows her into this creepy and old house. and every time Jack will pick up things and their will be flashbacks. he see's people being destroyed by this black dragon. Jack decides to take a nap, then wakes up and the little girl is gone, he see's a room with light and goes into it, their the girl is with her family, Jack sits down and has tea with them, then all the sudden they start foaming at the mouth, then slowly all of them change into the black dragon (except the little girl) then the dragon captures Jack. They fight inside the dragons body, there he see's the girls real family. Jack must destroy this dragon demon to save all the family inside him.

    Definitely one of the best episodes. Like most of Season 3!moreless
  • While travelling, Jack follows a small girl into an apparently abandoned house, but frightening images lead him to discover its secrets...

    This is the first episode I really paid attention to. I remember it fondly - it was a Sunday, just like any other, and I came across this episode when it was about halfway through. The mood was what really grabbed me, as did the animation, certainly two of the show's greatest qualities lacking in cartoons today.

    I'd say this is probably THE darkest episode of the show. I'm well on into my teenage years and some parts were very creepy to me, so I can imagine how frightening it must be for even younger audiences.

    In the usual Samurai Jack fashion, everything turns out alright in the end, though not before a very imaginative fight sequence with-in the demon's territory, a place that looks like scribblings on a Maths jotter.

    After watching many more episodes since, I'm not sure I'd place this as highly as I once did, but it is the episode that first caught my attention so I remember it fondly.moreless
  • One of the creepiest episodes in the series.

    This episode Jack & the haunted house was like I said, one of the creepiest and most suspensful episodes of the series. It\'s about a family cursed by a freaky looking dragon demon. Jack needs to rescue the family by destroying the demon cursing the house. This episode has alot more of the horror/suspense genre then action. The \"haunted house\" does many things including\" switching doors, visions, and of course, posessing the bodies of the family. Let\'s not forget the final battle between Jack and the demon! The battle has some interesting things not seen in other battles that Jack has been in.moreless

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