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Sarah and her friends decide to spend the weekend at an old villa Sarah mysteriously inherited. After finding a Ouija Board in the attic, Sarah and her friends unknowingly awaken an evil force connected to the villa's hidden secrets. To fight the unimaginable horror they will have to face their darkest fears and worst nightmares.
But there was hardly a Ouija board involved here...
The recent tirade of Ouija movies haven't exactly been spectacular, and that should have been an obvious indication of what to expect here. But after all, it is a horror movie and it could happen to be the movie that breaks the slump of less than mediocre movies, you know?
But it wasn't...
The storyline was nothing extraordinary and actually had surprisingly little to do with a ouija board at all, so the title of movie is sort of misleading. And that hardly worked in favor of the movie.
The acting in the movie was every bit as rigid and unimpressive as the storyline and plot. So don't get your hopes up for something spectacular here. And it didn't really help that the characters were mundane, generic cardboard cutouts that just milled about like lemmings, doing things that often made little sense in a situation like the one they were in.
As for the special effects in "Ouija Seance: The Final Game" were adequate, although you shouldn't set yourself up for something out of this world.
All in all, "Ouija Seance: The Final Game" is not an impressive horror movie, and as an avid horror fan, I have a lifetime of movies with me in my backpack. Some of us suffered through this ordeal of a movie so the rest of you don't have to.
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