PG-13 | | Horror, Thriller
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.
During the family's seances, all 3 board rules were violated: family members played alone, a graveyard was involved, and "goodbye" was never uttered.
Let her go. Speak to me. I'm a vessel - I can help you.
Possessed Doris: She's a better vessel.
Alice Zander: What do you want from her?
Possessed Doris: Voice.
Alice Zander: Take mine. You can cut it out for all I care, but you leave my girls alone. Let them go! Take me!
Possessed Doris: We'll take all of you.
In the restaurant scene, although the air is "smokey", not one person in the place is seen smoking.
In 1967, a fair percentage of the customers would have been smoking. The percentage of smokers in America for that period was around 40%.
The scrolling end credits are fish-eye warped as if viewed through an Ouija board lens.
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