It’s never just a game.
For generations, the ouija has been a source of creepy entertainment for a lot of people. The idea of communicating with the dead is so fascinating to many that they are willing to recklessly try it out without realizing the danger they might face.
In Universal Pictures’ “Ouija: Origin of Evil” a family goes face to face with unimaginary evil when they brought a ouija board inside their home.
Alice Zander (Elizabeth Reaser) is a mother of two who tries to make ends meet as a seance con artist in 1967 Los Angeles. In hopes of bolstering her struggling business, she buys a ouija board to add to her arsenal, thinking that it might bring in more clients.
What she didn’t know is she’s bringing in evil when a merciless spirit takes over her youngest daughter, Doris (Lulu Wilson).
At first, the ouija helped the business, with clients thinking they can really communicate with their dead loved ones but soon, Doris actually starts talking to the dead, including her father. It came with strange things like daily nightmares and inexplicable noises.
Soon, the terror gets real and Alice must find a way to save her daughter and prevent evil from taking over their lives.
“Ouija: Origin of Evil” is directed by Mike Flanagan (Hush, Oculus) and co-wrote the script with Jeff Howard (Oculus, Before I Wake). It opens across the Philippines on October 26 and distributed by United International Pictures through Columbia Pictures.