PG-13 | | Horror, Mystery, Thriller
A group of friends must confront their most terrifying fears when they awaken the dark powers of an ancient spirit board.
Another theory of where the name of the Ouija Board comes from is that it is the French and German for "Yes": Oui-ja. The Board has Yes and No answers as well as the alphabet.
I don't know if I want to do this.
Young Debbie: Relax, Laine, it's fun.
Young Debbie: First, the rules.
Young Debbie: You can never, ever play alone. You can never play in a graveyard. And you always have to say goodbye. To start, you circle the board once for each player. Then we say, as ...
In the beginning when a young Debbie and Laine are playing Ouija, Laine is going over the rules and tells Debbie that if she looks through the planchette, she'll see the ghost - you can clearly see the "2013" copyright stamp on the back of the planchette, even though this scene is supposed to take place around the eighties to possible nineties.
A completely different version of the film was shown to a test audience. After negative feedback, the film was partially re-shot with several story and cast changes. Scenes from this version appear in some trailers, but has otherwise not been shown in it's entirety since.
$19,875,995 26 October 2014