Ouija Synopsis
A group of friends must confront their most terrifying fears when they awaken the dark powers of an ancient spirit board.
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Movie Reviews

Ouija Terrifies!

By yingster
Ouija is an awesomely terrifying film that will leave you wondering if you can skip flossing your teeth just this once! From the first scene to the last scene you will cling white knuckled to your...

Jumped!!

By b0xfull0fsharp0bj3ct
I loved it!! A lot of jump spots!! Great story!...

Scary, scary, scary

By choirkid0723
Great horror flick, with an interesting story line. Especially for a PG13 movie, it was really good at keeping you on the edge of your seat. Could've used maybe a tad bit more scares, so that's why...

Target Audience: kids/pre-teens

By hmngbabegrl886
Acting was okay. Target audience is not for adults, but for kids and preteens only. Typical story line - kids making poor decisions and apparently their parents are NOT around (lol). There were 2 or 3...

By gullieson
not scary rather terrible...

make you jump

By usnerj
decent movie, had you jumping out of seat every fifteen minutes...

Not what I expected.

By Estefyoi92886
I feel like there were many parts in the movie that was expected like you would know what was going to happen. And I also believe that the directors need to choose wisely their actors they didn't do...

Horible

By devynhutch01
This was not a scary movie, don't waste your money! Annabelle was 10x more scarier!...

Worth Watching!

By frankn2014
Most Definitely a Jump Out Of Your Seat Movie, Wayyyy Better Than Annabelle...

pathetic!

By sabrinarobertsfq
The previews are the best part. I'm a connoisseur for horror scary deep dark twisted movies and this was none of the above. Every scene was completely predictable! and the cast was none the less poor...

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Rated PG-13 | For for disturbing violent content, frightening horror images, and thematic material
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Completely idiotic horror flick based on Hasbro game.
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