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In 1967 Los Angeles, a widowed mother and her two daughters add a new stunt to bolster their seance scam business and unwittingly invite authentic evil into their home. When the youngest daughter is overtaken by a merciless spirit, the family confronts unthinkable fears to save her and send her possessor back to the other side.
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this is a prequel telling how things got started years ago before the events of the first film.
if u like supernatural horror this film is 4 you.
by the way....the little girl playing DORRIS in the film is......AMAZING.
Technically this is a run of the mill ghosts in the house set free by Ouija board and possessing someone story, what sets this apart is the acting. All the acting is strong, especially by the girl playing Doris, the little girl who gets possessed. She plays creepy so well and theres something about her face that seems different when she's evil that's really awesome.
Good script, great acting, well shot movie. There are moments of fun, apprehension and shock and I have to say I loved the end scene. Subtle but well done.
These days I find it hard to get a horror that has a good story and good acting so this was a pleasant find.
This is actually a prequel to the 2014 film, so they're taking this story back to the beginning; how it all started, with the same house but 50 years earlier. Elizabeth Reaser is a single mom raising her two daughters played by Annalise Basso and Lulu Wilson. They run a seance scam business to make a living but when they unwittingly invite an evil spirit into their home which then possesses the youngest daughter, this becomes the struggle to save her and drive the demon away.
There's so much to like about OUIJA: ORIGIN OF EVIL. Well, for one, it's set in the '60s, so that in and of itself provides a very interesting style in terms of the actors' outfit and hair, it's like watching 'Mad Men' all over again, I'll never get over how much effort people put into the clothes they wear just to go to the supermarket back in that era. There's also heart in this story, the kids lost their dad, the wife lost her husband, the priest lost his wife, and and so that hole in their souls forms a foundation for why each of them has a longing or desire to speak with their dead loved ones. The reason why they can be taken advantage of by the spirit, totally makes sense, because they are at the most vulnerable point in their lives and looking for answers, unable to let go.
And because this is a prequel, at the end you'll see how the story and the characters connect to the previous installment, I won't spoil it here for you, but you'll be able to make that connection without a problem.Read more ›
Widow 'Alice Zander' (Elizabeth Reaser) lives with her two daughters 'Lina' (Annalise Basso) and 'Doris' (Lulu Wilson)
in an L.A suburb, things are tough since the loss of husband and father 'Roger' ..to make ends meet 'Alice' with help
from her girls fronts as a spirituale-medium, hoping to both earn a crust and perhaps give comfort to others.
'Lina' the eldest daughter suggests the use of a 'Ouija-board' to make the sessions appear more credible, however
things quickly take a sinister turn when 9 year-old 'Doris' try's to contact her father on the board...by herself.
At first 'Doris' believes she is in contact with her father, the spirit even guides her to a hidden wad of money - money
that will help avoid foreclosure on their home....however the spirit begins to take over 'Doris'
'Alice' seeks the help of the school principal 'Father Tom Hogan' (Henry Thomas) who after seeing pages of writing done
by 'Doris' in 'Polish' shown to him by 'Lina' agrees.
However the possession has become far too advanced, 'Doris' has become far too powerful...she will turn on those
Maybe i have seen far too many films with a similar theme down the years to find them scary these days though can, if
this kind of film is relatively new to viewers can see why it could feel somewhat chilling, especially during the final third
of the film when events take a more chilling and sinister turn......maybe one to catch on the movie-channel.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A bit dull with very amateur directing . watch the Conjuring again if you want real thrills.Good horror films are now as rare as hens teeth .Published 4 days ago by Hosanna
After seeing the trailer for this film i had to see it, and for the first 40 minutes, maybe an hour, it was great. Read morePublished 6 days ago by W. Jones
I watched this film straight after the first one. I don't get the hate for the first film? Ok so this one is absolutely leagues above it but I still thought it was far from the... Read morePublished 6 days ago by T Haywood
absolutely terrifying. it's been a while since a film scared me this much!!Published 8 days ago by Sarah B
'Ouija: Origin of Evil' is a prequel and is set in the 1960's, many years before the events of the first film, and follows a family of three who run a scam business in their home... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Lewis
This is a decent horror film and is really well made which helps it to stand out above the competition.Published 21 days ago by paul dann