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Alan Cappelli Goetz,
Holly Louise Mumford
In 1985, a celebrated exorcist trapped a horrific demon inside a ouija board. Thinking the board to be a game, his son played without obeying the rules, and let the demon loose. In order to save his son, the exorcist sent him far away until the demon could be destroyed. Thirty years later, and after his death, his grandson finds the board and makes the same mistake his father did. Now the evil is back and roaming the earth to terrorize those responsible for its imprisonment.Written by
Not that I expected anything good but the Ouija Exorcism is possibly the worst film I've seen in 2015. Badly made and filled with the most worn out clichés, there is no climax whatsoever. No tension or suspense. The dialogs are simply tedious and I found myself deadly bored after no more than 20 minutes from the credits. The special effects are discouraging, even the sound. The only merit is perhaps having addressed the mysterious Jewish tradition of exorcism but this (like the whole Ouija theme) is only sketched and looks more like a pretext to show scenes from ordinary people's life... with occasional killing.
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