Seance (2007)

PG   |    |  Drama, Horror, Mystery


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Half-sisters Aileen and Romina, along with first cousins Ruth and Sandra, reunite in Camiguin to bury their grandmother. Accompanied by Sandra's friend, Lucy, the five girls dare to call on... See full summary »


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9 May 2013 | nitzanhavoc
3
| Not original, not scary, not good.
To be honest, I'm not quite sure what to make of Ouija. As a devout Horror fan with a special liking to Ghost-Stories, I've seen my share of séance related films and other ghost films. Ouija seems to have very little, if at all, original content.

The main idea of the story is pretty good, and could have been used much better for the film. The script is rather annoying, with constant jumps between two or three languages, sometimes in mid sentence (you get used to it after a while, in a way). The acting is OK but not fancy. The cinematography is quite suitable for a ghost story, but the direction simply lacks. Too many scenes seem either stacked together or not at all related to each other. It appears that director Topel Lee has taken features from famous Asian horror films like Thai film Alone (2007), Shutter, and the famous Ju-on (The Grudge), and the film feels like a non original puzzle put together in quite a clumsy way.

Many might disagree with my personal opinion, and I am of course in no position to pass judgement, but I simply didn't enjoy Ouija. It's not original, not scary, and not good. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone.

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