I’m speechless. When I heard Universal was making a sequel to the surprise 2014 hit Ouija, I had literally no interest. The first movie was bad so, obviously, a sequel would be even worse, right? Well, Ouija: Origin of Evil may still end up crappy, but at the very least this trailer for it is all kinds of messed up.
With the harnessing of electricity and the advent of the telegraph, the 19th century was a great time for advancements in communication. Not just between the living, but also between the living and the dead.
Ouija offers a few genuine scares. But mostly, it raises lots of interesting questions about Hollywood's odd and ongoing affection for turning board games and other random pieces of intellectual property into movies.
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OK, hear me out: I'm actually pretty excited about the horror movie Ouija, because it reminds me of glut of '90s and '00s horror movies centered around a problem that could easily be avoided by leaving said problem alone. Also, I'm just surprised these younglings know what a Ouija board is!
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We thought all of Universal's board game-inspired flicks were dead and buried (with the obvious exception of Battleship). But with shaved production values comes a renewed hope for one flick — the Ouija board movie! With a brand new budget of two nickels and a couple dusty Starbursts, the Hasbro-backed board game is…
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We recently caught up with Tron Legacy screenwriters Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis about their upcoming script for Universal's Ouija. The writers stanched rumors that Ouija will not be a frightening film, and they promised some scares.
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