Clara meets Victor, a passionate about the occult during her vacation. They form a group that meets to make a Ouija session. A being called Audscias contact them. Sessions become more demanding . Then strange things start happening.
Juan Pedro Ortega
On January 9, 2009, five college students left New York City for a weekend in the country. 48 hours later, all five students have simply vanished without a trace. There were no leads and no evidence - until now.
Five friends decide to videotape their experimental sessions with an Ouija board in an attempt to create a viral video that is sure to make them famous. Personal drama causes members of the group to forget to maintain focus on the game's important rules and soon fall prey to the evil entities that occupy the board. Written by
Bad movie to relay one important message, never leave your Ouija board without saying goodbye!
This is a new release on Netflix as of this writing.
At the very beginning of the movie it states "the film you are about to see is based on true events". If you do not know what that means for a feature movie, please look it up.
I gave this movie a low rating due to: -Atrocious acting from all main characters -No complexity or depth for any characters for you to build any connection or sympathy for them -Run of the mill horror film scare tactics, nothing new here
The only things I liked about the movie were a couple of comedic internet meme references and a "revelation" scene towards the end that was shot with back story characters. The actors in this scene performed much better than the main character actors and it was as if it was filmed by a different director and crew. Too bad that only lasted a few minutes of the movie instead of its duration.
I do not recommend adding to your watch list.
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