It’s just a game

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Ashley Kralik

Brace yourself for unrelenting terror as a group of friends awaken a dark entity while attempting to contact their recently deceased friend through a Ouija board.

In Ouija, a group of kids, Laine (Olivia Cooke), her sister Sarah, (Ana Coto) Trevor (Daren Kagasoff), Isabelle (Bianca A. Santos) and Pete (Douglas Smith) are trying to connect with their friend Debbie (Shelley Hennig) to see if she really did commit suicide.

While doing so, they end up connecting with a murderous evil spirit, resulting in many of the teenagers being murdered one by one, including one by being hung to her death and another having her head is bashed into a bathroom sink.

Several disturbing scenes are shown, among other things such as apparitions, screams, sudden noises and jolting scenes.

While grossing $34.8 million during box office, the horror movie Ouija will leave you believing that it is not just a game.