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Ouija Seance: The Final Game Review

Updated on December 8, 2018

Ouija Seance: The Final Game is a 2018 horror film Directed by Andrea Mugnaini. It Stars Alan Cappelli Goetz, Katharina Sporrer, and Holly Mumford.

Sarah and her friends decide to spend the weekend at her grandma's old villa Sarah inherited. After finding an Ouija Board in the attic, Sarah and her friends unknowingly awaken an evil force connected to the villa’s hidden secrets. To fight the unimaginable horror they will have to face their darkest fears and worst nightmares.


Ouija Seance: The Final Game is one of the worst movie I've seen in a while. From the acting to the plot, everything felt so off. The acting was OK for the quality of the film.

Ouija Seance: The Final Game is a little over an hour and a half long, but for most of it nothing happens. Up until the last ten minutes absolutely nothing happens. The worst part about this film is how boring it is.

For the cost half of the film it tries to be a drama, but it's not even slightly dramatic. The second half it tries to be a horror, but it isn't remotely scary. It's just boring.

I thought the acting was bad, and the characters were even worse. Maybe the acting could've been better if the actors were giving something half decent to work with.

The plot is ridiculous and boring. Most of the film is the main character (forgot her name) having flashbacks. Even worse the flashbacks don't amount to anything.

For a film called Ouija, there wasn't a whole lot of it. It's shown towards the end of the film, and it isn't even the traditional one we've come to know. Its a slab of rock with writing in it.

For a horror film this was surprisingly boring. There isn't a single genuine moment of fear or tension. They play loud music, and then we see a shadow. That's horror apparently.

The ending was the best part of the entire film, and it was terrible. They add in a small plot twist that doesn't work. The entire film builds up this big secret. They thrown in a bunch of flashbacks and dreams to build it up, but it just falls flat in the end.

The only positive thing about this film was the end, when they rolled the credits. This is one of the most pointless films I have ever seen. It's so boring. If you manage to make it through the entire film without dozing off then you a lot stronger than I am.

Terribly boring.

1 star for Ouija Seance: The Final Game

© 2018 Royce Proctor Jr


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