Review: Ouija (2014)

Good scares and ouija boards sponsored by Harsbro doesn’t always help.


Director: Stiles White
Stars: Olivia Cooke, Daren Kagasoff, Douglas Smith
Distributor: Universal
Runtime: 89 mins

“Here’s the rules: You can never ever play alone. You can never play on a graveyard. And you always have to say goodbye.”7

Laine’s friend, Debbie suddenly commits suicide. Laine and a group of friends wants to find out more about the mysterious incident. When in Debbie’s house at night with an Ouija-board they manage to contact the dead. It’s not Debbie who want to get in touch. It’s far more dangerous spirits in that house.

Another standard and by-the-rulebook-simple new American horror without passion, about a bunch of boring teenagers. Heard it before? Most definitely! Nothing new, but still a couple of really scary and cool scenes between the dreariness.