Ouija: Origin of Evil

Synopsis: In 1967 Los Angeles, a widowed mother and her daughters add a new stunt to bolster their seance scam business, inviting an evil presence into their home.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): Mike Flanagan
Production: Universal Pictures
  2 wins & 6 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
99 min

to buy a new skirt.

Oh, and

Lina got in trouble again.

I was good though.

I love you

and I missed you everyday.

Good night, Daddy.


Why don't you pray anymore, Mommy?

Who says I don't pray?

You used to pray everyday

with Daddy and me.

But, since he's gone,

you never do.

You're still praying to daddy?

Remember what Father Tom says.

You're suppose to pray to god.

I rather talk to Daddy,

but he never answers.

The people we helped.

Their mommies and daddies

in heaven talked to them.

Why doesn't Daddy talk to us?

Just because you can't hear him

doesn't mean he isn't there.

What is it?

Just saying good night.

Good night.

Took you long enough.

Hey, Zander.

Lina, Lina, bambino,

pour her a coffee cup.

It's a little late for caffeine.

My mom left her keys out.


When is she going to be back?

From her bridge game?

Usually after midnight

smelling a lot like coffee

if you get me.

You want some?


I don't think so.

I mean, why not?

We see the moon everyday.

Why can't one of us just

go on it.

There's so many things

that prevent us.

I'm with Betty on it.

- Yeah.

- I don't see why not.

Yeah, they just put the big...

the helmets on.

My mom just got that.

She and her bridge club friends

play it sometimes.

Is that the board

you talk to ghost?

Uh, then.

No, thanks.

I get enough of that at home.

It's actually really scary.

You guys want to play?

We could just make conversation.

The rules.

Never play alone.

Never play in a graveyard.

Always say good bye.

Circle once for each player.

Come on.

Come on.

As friends we've gathered,

hearts are true,

spirits near,

we call to you.

Is there a spirit here?

Oh my god.

Relax, Betty.

Are you in the room with us?

Oh my god.

- Ellie, are you-are you doing that?

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