Starring: Olivia Cooke, Ana Coto, Daren Kagasoff, Bianca Santos, Douglas Smith, Shelley Hennig
Plot: After Laine’s childhood friend, Debbie supposedly dies by suicide, Laine is determined to understand what truly happened to her best friend. Upon one of her investigations, she discovers that Debbie found a Ouija board for which she had come into contact with something much more powerfully demonic than they originally thought.
Overall: I’ve played Ouija once, and though I never really believed in it or the like, but I felt like the character, Isabelle, who says, “I don’t even believe in this, but I still don’t even want to touch this.” It was a lot better than I expected it to be, but still not “up to par.” There were plenty of moments in the film hwen you just sit there and say things like, “Well, they’re going to die,” and “Yeah, go check out that creepy noise in the attic.” The acting was decent and the plot was alright. This film mainly reminded me of another film, The Haunting in Connecticut—with a mix of vessels for demonic souls, exorcism and a haunted house.