The Ouija Exorcism

Synopsis: In 1985, a celebrated exorcist trapped a horrific demon inside a ouija board. Thinking the board to be a game, his son played without obeying the rules, and let the demon loose. In order to save his son, the exorcist sent him far away until the demon could be destroyed. Thirty years later, and after his death, his grandson finds the board and makes the same mistake his father did. Now the evil is back and roaming the earth to terrorize those responsible for its imprisonment.
Genre: Horror
Director(s): Nick Slatkin
Production: Marquis Productions
87 min

Hear anything?




This thing's stupid.

You know what isn't stupid?

Your birthday present.

What is it?

Just open it.

I can't believe you stole

this from your dad's office.

Let's try it.

Is this Jewish?

You mean Hebrew?

Right, Yossi?

Yeah, but it's not Hebrew.

I think it's Chinese.

How does this thing work?

Well, it's a spirit board.

You're supposed to contact

people or ask it questions.

Like dead people?

Or is Bev going to kiss you?

Shut up, Max.


I'm just stating the obvious.

I think just dead people.

Ask it a question already.

Did my mom and dad get me

the BMX bike that I wanted?

Does Beverly Morgan like Yossi?

This thing is also stupid.

Maybe because

you're not asking it

The right questions.

Hey, Bev.

Your parents are here.

- Oh, okay.

- And you two?

It's time to get to sleep.

Alright, I promised

your dad that you

Would be in bed

before nine, pal.

Alright boys?

Okay, Dad.

Okay, Mr. T.


You know, I

think Max asked one

Right question on the board?

Which one?


You going to miss me?


Okay, Romeo,

let's get to bed.

Quit it, Max.

Max, is that you?




Yossi! Are you

okay? What happened?

It's Max, something's wrong.


I took the Ouija board

and let Max play with it and

What Ouija board?

The one from my office?

Yes, I'm sorry, I...

It's out.

Yosef, you find a

place to hide at Max's

And you don't come

out 'til I get you!

Yosef! Yosef!

Show yourself demon!




Yousef, run!




Yeah, I'll be there

as soon as I can.


I'm so glad I finally

get to meet my grandfather

For the first time,

Right before he's about to die.

Yeah, I guess I deserve that.

You think?

Look, you want to blame Dov

for keeping us apart, not me.

Why do you always

call him that?

Because that's his name.

I know, but he's your father.

Was my father.

I haven't seen that

man in over 30 years.

I'm having a hard

time figuring out

Why he would put

you in a foster home

For no reason.

Because your grandfather is an

Extremely selfish man.

Just sucks is all.

Especially considering

you can't remember

Your childhood because

of some stupid accident.


It does suck.

But I had no control over that.

But you know the

one thing I do have

Control over is

being your father.

And just so you

know, I would never

Ever do what Dov

did to me to you.

I care about you way too much.

I care about you too, Dad.

Come on, Dad.

He's stable now.

But we're not sure

how much time he has.

Does he know we're here?

No. I did has you asked.

I didn't tell him

you were coming.

Thank you.

I'll leave you to it then.

You okay?


You're a handsome young man.

What's your name?


I'm your grandson.

I don't have a grandson.

Yes. Yes you do.

Yousef you're...

You're not supposed

to be in this house.

It's too dangerous.

I think after 30 years I

actually deserve an explanation.

What is so dangerous

about an old house?

It's not the house,

it's what's in it.

Noah, leave the room.

- Dad

- No, go.

I did what I had

to do to protect you.

Protect me?

You self-righteous piece

of crap, protect me?

I spent 10 years getting my

ass kicked in foster homes

Where was your protection then?

It was for your own good.

Now, please leave.

Before it's too late.

I know you're not an

observant man anymore.

But promise me you will

never lose your faith,

Especially in me.

That's easy.

I never had it to begin with.

Games on in 15,

babe, in and out.

Geez, what's their problem?

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