Ouija: Origin of Evil Synopsis
It was never just a game. Inviting audiences again into the lore of the spirit board, Ouija: Origin of Evil tells a terrifying new tale as the follow-up to 2014’s sleeper hit that opened at number one.
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Oija : Origin Of Evil

By titofrankmedina
I really like this movie. It has a really good story line, really good acting by some not so well known actors which is actually a good thing and the jump scares were awesome. the only negative thing...

Don't let the slow start fool you....

By Fairyduster72
This movie starts out slow only because it's setting up the back story from the first movie. Don't let that fool you it picks up quick and it didn't disappoint. My nerves were shot....????...

Dont waste ur time

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By gofatboy04
Nothing like I expected....

Very super good and scary must see it again

By jerrynavarro21

Shouldve been rated W for Weak!

By khunter1978
we kept waiting for the scary parts all the way up to the credits rolling. Nothing was scary about this movie and the plot was super weak! At first I thought the movie was just slow to get going. ...


By Nojoud87
The trailer is much better than the actual movie. It wasn't that scary and honestly it wasn't that great....


By masonr816
Scared the heck out of me! I loved this movie made me jump and kept me on the edge of my seat! First ouija not good ouija 2 outstanding and so much better then the first! My friend had to cover her...


By aldrin89
The beginning of the movie was pretty good and seemed like everything was well until the end where it was like wat the hell is goin on.....

Unexpectedly good!

By jbcollman
I was sure this was going to bomb as it's really difficult to make a good horror film where you're not already expecting how it's going to turn out. This one was different. Some twist and turns and...

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Rated PG-13 | For Disturbing images, terror and thematic elements.
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