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Ouija: The Beginning

UK 2018
produced by
John R. Walker, Kristofer Dayne for Scrapfilms
directed by John R. Walker
starring Lois Wilkinson, Lesley Scoble, India Raqia-Walker, Roger Shepherd, Gabriella Calderone, Keith Whitehouse, Nicholas Kendrick, James Noir, Neilum Raqia, Michelle Jennings, John R. Walker, Brian Harvey Dickinson, Nathan Head, Kristofer Dayne, Dean Garner, Chris Wilson, Laurence Saunders, Nigel Buckley, Stephen Buckley, Tyler Byrne, Jodie Brooks, Sid Garrett, Steve Hardy
written by Darrell Buxton, Steve Hardy, music by Liam W. Ashcroft

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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India Harper (Lois Wilkinson) is a young single mother who's pretty much juggling a few too many things as it is, like giving a good home to her toddler Emily (India Raqia-Walker), moving house and finding a job. Fortunately she has the help of her mother (Lesley Scoble) and family friend Laurie (Roger Shepherd) to handle all of this. Then one evening she finds a ouija board hidden in her garden, and with nothing better to do, she and her best friend Becca (Gabriella) decide to try it out. Later that evening, Becca falls down a flight of stairs in India's house to her eventual death. And that's only the first of many tragedies to happen, as a few days later little Emily, unsupervised only for a couple of minutes, climbs into a hot bath that burns her badly, then India's dog goes missing and eventually she finds its severed head, a window cleaner (Nathan Head) dies a death as mysterious as unnatural, and so on. Eventually, Laurie lets her in on the "fact" that her house might be cursed. Of course, India doesn't believe him despite all the bad luck, but when a church man (Laurence Saunders) is killed while investigating the house, India starts to have second thoughts. But she also finds new resolve: Figuring everything has only started when she found the ouija board, she figures facing whatever demons there may be will be worth it if she can destroy the board in the process - but that of course is easier said than done ...


Now Ouijageist is by no mean the re-invention of horror, it follows genre rules just a little too closely for that - but if you're in for a fun, spooky ride, then you're sure to enjoy this one, as there are plenty of shocks to keep one on the edge of one's seat, with enough suspense to keep one interested, and relatable enough characters and situations to care. This might sound a bit like textbook horror, but it does result in good genre entertainment.


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