Ouija: Origin of Evil
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Two people kiss.


People are thrown against walls, down the stairs and to the ground.

A daughter stabs her mother with a knife, killing her.

A girl's mouth gets stitched shut.

A young girl gets violently possessed by a demon.

0/10 Possibly a "damn".


Set in Los Angeles in the 1960's, 'Ouija: Origin of Evil' is a prequel to the 2014 horror film 'Ouija'. It revolves around a widowed woman who runs a scam sance business as a means of livelihood to support her two daughters. When she adds a Ouija board to her sance, she unwittingly invites an evil spirit into their lives.


The depiction of horror in the film is shown to be realistic and intense.

The film contains some scenes of horror depicting the characters being possessed, where their eyes are seen to turn white and they speak in a different voice.

Some of the stronger scenes include one where the young female protagonist contorts her body backwards, and does a silent scream with her mouth opened unnaturally wide, and a scene where it is implied that one of the characters' mouths is being sewn together.

There are also scenes depicting black ghoul-like creatures clamoring around the possessed characters.

However, there is some downtime in between each scary sequence, which is shown with little detail.

Overall, the film is appropriate for a teen audience.


Official MPAA Rating: Rated PG-13 for disturbing images, terror and thematic elements

Rated PG-13 for disturbing images, terror and thematic elements

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