Ouija: Origin Of Evil does nothing to redefine the horror genre, but there is enough to keep your interest
The most fun you can have at Halloween without selling your soul to the Devil for a bag of peanut butter M&Ms
Ouija: Origin Of Evil does nothing to redefine the horro genre, but there is enough to keep your interest
The Lambert family are back, again encumbered with ghosties and freaks. Poor Renai (Byrne) is at her wits' end.
Josh and Renai have just moved with their two children and new baby to a new home. Josh (Wilson) is a schoolteacher, and Renai (Byrne) a musician and full-time mother.
Disgusting, repugnant, foul, boundless, filthy, offensive, trashy, immature, unadulterated, sleazy, brilliant.
Another schlocky, low-budget but lots-o-fun flick from the vivid imagination of Tim Sullivan that actually improves on the first film, which itself was a remake of Herschell Gordon Lewis's 60s...