Ouija: Origin of Evil Reviews

Ouija: Origin of Evil (2016) – Rotten Tomatoes

Happily, I could not have been more right. Ouija: Origin of Evil, although its story is familiar, does its thrills in the third act better than any horror film in have seen in recent years.

82%

Ouija: Origin of Evil Reviews – Metacritic

Oct 21, 2016 · «Ouija: Origin of Evil» comes from Mike Flanagan, director of «Oculus» and tells the story of the events, five decades, before its predecessor «Ouija.» It Every successful movies, today, seems to return for the second time, whether sequels, reboots, or spin-offs, and in this case, a prequel.

65%(26)

Ouija: Origin of Evil Movie Review (2016) | Roger Ebert

Oct 21, 2016 · But I digress. “Ouija: Origin of Evil” is the prequel to 2014’s “Ouija”. Readers of this site know I enjoyed the first film, and while this one does a slightly better job telling its story, it still can’t resist the kitchen-sink approach that endeared me to its predecessor.

3/5

Amazon.com: Customer reviews: Ouija: Origin of Evil

If you like the first film or just like supernatural films like Insidious or The Conjuring give Ouija: Origin of Evil a chance. One last thing, make sure to stay until after the credits (or fast forward through them) as there is an extra scene that further connects the 2 Ouija films.

Ouija: Origin of Evil Review – IGN

Oct 18, 2016 · Ouija: Origin of Evil may just be the latest entrant into that small category of sequels and prequels that manage to improve upon their predecessors in every way. Of course, when you’re

6/10

Review: In ‘Ouija: Origin of Evil,’ a Youngster Who Nails

Oct 21, 2016 · “Ouija: Origin of Evil” is rated PG-13 (Parents strongly cautioned) for nightmare-inducing scenes.

Ouija: Origin of Evil Review – denofgeek.com

The biggest advantage Ouija: Origin of Evil has is that Mike Flanagan has taken over directorial duties for the franchise, bringing the same measured preference for characterization and stoic

Ouija: Origin of Evil (2016) – IMDb

Oct 20, 2016 · Watch video · A ouija board causes dark spirits in the house to possess a young girl leading to trouble and at times, some wicked fun. The film is set in the 60s and you can immediately tell by the film style. The style is of a film you’d see from that era; they even used the old Universal Pictures logo at the start of the film.

6.1/10(43.2K)

Ouija: Origin of Evil – Movie Reviews – Rotten Tomatoes

Ouija: Origin of Evil is the rare sequel to eclipse the original. Then again, the first film was so tedious and clumsy there was nowhere to go but up. Full Review | Original Score: 80/100.

Ouija: Origin of Evil Movie Review – Common Sense Media

Nov 16, 2016 · Ouija: Origin of Evil does rely on a few too many digitally created white eyes and stretched-open mouths. That, plus the troubling idea of a 9-year-old girl being possessed, in addition to the downbeat, death-heavy ending, makes the movie recommendable only to hardened horror fans.

Ouija: Origin of Evil – Wikipedia

Ouija: Origin of Evil is a 2016 American supernatural horror film directed and edited by Mike Flanagan and written by Flanagan and Jeff Howard. The film is a prequel to the 2014 film Ouija and stars Elizabeth Reaser, Annalise Basso, Lulu Wilson, Parker Mack, and Henry Thomas. The film’s plot focuses on a widow and her family adding a Ouija board to their phony seance business where, unbeknownst to …

Starring: Elizabeth Reaser, Annalise Basso, Lulu Wilson, Parker Mack, Henry Thomas, Kate Siegel

‘Ouija: Origin of Evil’ Review: Horror Prequel Improves on

The rare horror sequel made with considerably more wit, craft, and imagination than its predecessor, “Ouija: Origin of Evil” feels less like the continuation of a budding franchise than an

Ouija: Origin of Evil: EW review | EW.com

Oct 20, 2016 · Ouija: Origin of Evil is an interesting exercise in watching filmmakers try to mint a franchise out of basically nothing. The movie shares some …