The exterior of the Flick was old, beat up and in Victorian fashion architecture. Described in the Toronto Star based off one couples visit, details of the interior consisted of walls lined with portraits of famous figures such as Harpo Marx, Malene Dietrich and Peter Lore. There where purple lights and a low ceiling that gave a cluster phobic feel. It was so jammed pack that the echoing of the drums "vibrated the skull and stomach." In the center of all this were the young adult/teenager audience who could be found rocking out or dancing to the groove of the music.