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Vem är du? (2005)

An old abandoned liquor factory, three young men, three young women and one Ouija board. Kim, Kalle and Johan have invited their friends, Lisa, Åsa and Stina to the large decayed apartment ... See full summary »

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Estelle Lönnberg ...
Lisa
Anna Rydberg ...
Stina
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Åsa
Nils Olsson ...
Kim
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Kalle
Ola Roxendal ...
Johan
Fredrik Jönsson ...
Vaktmästaren
Pernilla Thellmark ...
Vaktmästarens fru
Maths Andersson ...
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Helena Andersson ...
Kalles mamma (voice)
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An old abandoned liquor factory, three young men, three young women and one Ouija board. Kim, Kalle and Johan have invited their friends, Lisa, Åsa and Stina to the large decayed apartment in the factory, to play "The spirit of the glass". The guys are planning to scare the girls with the story of the janitor who brutally murdered his wife a few years back. But when the game starts something goes wrong. Someone asks the forbidden question... the question, which no one should ask "the spirit of the glass"... the question that sets the evil free... "Who are you?" And the evening turns into a nightmare. Written by zebbe_B

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ouija | abandoned factory | See All (2) »

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Horror | Thriller

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7 April 2005 (Sweden)  »

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In the "coke scene", Stina drops the crucifix from her purse, onto the floor, and is in no condition to even notice. In the next scene it's in her purse again. See more »

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Who's house? RUNS HOUSE!
10 June 2006 | by (Amsterdam, Netherlands) – See all my reviews

There are few low budget horror movies in Sweden these days. This is a nice story, carried out by both very unexperienced actors and some experienced. The story about the abandoned factory, the ouija board (which actually isn't an ouija board, but a simpler version drawn on a piece of cardboard), the boy-scares-girl mentality.. it's just hilarious. It has everything a horror flick needs.

In the beginning of the film there is daylight, and the camera work seems a little bit shaky, but as the movie goes on, the darkness and light effects is actually getting creepy. Both the makeup and f/x are very nice, and helps the story to feel more convincing.

This is a clean 8/10 from me. Go buy it!


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