Ouija: Origin of Evil

2016

Action / Horror / Thriller

203
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 82%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 60%
IMDb Rating 6.1 10 39160

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Doug Jones as Ghoul Marcus
Elizabeth Reaser as Alice Zander
Lin Shaye as Lina Zander
Henry Thomas as Father Tom Hogan
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Eric_Cubed 8 / 10

Totally Awesome

The power of suggestion just can't be underestimated. When my expectations are high I'm disappointed, but when they low, and really, really low in this case, I'm often intrigued. And yet, that doesn't distort the fact that Ouija part two is a miracle. An awful, timeworn premise (the Ouija), a vapid predecessor, and an almost certainty a worse film than, for example, "I know what you did last summer part two." Turns out this one is a very, very good movie. It doesn't deserve an 8, probably more a 7, but I gave it a bump just because of the miracle.

Reviewed by ewmon-hickey 5 / 10

Average demonic possession film

Pretty much what it says on the tin. I haven't seen the original so have no frame of reference, but this film was bland in a lot of aspects. Characters had little interesting going on, there were plot details that didn't seem to go anywhere and some inconsistencies in the films internal logic.

What the film did well was that the overall story had interesting direction and some surprises, and the low number of jump scares was refreshing. The film tries to use bits of monster horror, dread and a little body horror for its frights, only sometimes effective.

Overall a distinctly middle of the pack film that lives up to what it promises, but doesn't impress.

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle 7 / 10

shockingly pretty good

It's 1967 Los Angeles. Alice Zander (Elizabeth Reaser) runs a crooked spiritual reading business out of her home. She uses her daughters Lina (Annalise Basso) and younger Doris (Lulu Wilson) in operating her scams. They incorporate an Ouija board into their production. While trying to contact the girls' dead father, Doris seems to make real contact. Father Tom (Henry Thomas) is the headmaster of the girls' school. Mikey (Parker Mack) has a crush on Lina.

Surprise! This is actually good. It is well-made. The characters are well-drawn and well-acted. I wouldn't say that this is breaking down any new walls but there is good in doing good work. I do have a couple of small nitpicks. For some reason, Alice and Father Tom go out for what looks like a fancy dinner. It almost looks like a date if it weren't for the characters. Second, I would keep the possibility that Doris is scamming everyone until further into the movie. It would be nice to have Father Tom uncover the whole situation as a reveal. The good are the actors, the mood, the simple premise, and good construction. It's a shocker that this is all pretty good.

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