A beautiful young woman starts receiving messages through a ouija board, claiming to be from the former occupant of her apartment. The former tenant claims she's been murdered, but there's ... See full summary »
Christopher Michael Moore,
At a party, a guest brings out a Ouija board, and they attempt to contact a spirit he knows. The spirit does appear, but it becomes apparent to the one who brought the Ouija board that this is an evil spirit that is impersonating his spirit, and despite warnings not to use the board alone, a woman uses it alone, and becomes harassed by the evil spirit, his goal to possess her so he can walk the earth again.Written by
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Few horror films receive just critic ratings. Few horror films truly scare, substituting gore for suspense which merely grosses out viewers rather than frightening them. "Witchboard" is truly a scary film. A young woman becomes obsessed with using a Oiji board - but she uses it alone - and a very dangerous ghost, pretending to be an innocent boy, uses it as a portal to enter into the material world.
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