Dark Powers Called Upon in Universal's 'Ouija' Horror First Trailer

July 16, 2014


The trailer has been playing in theaters for nearly a month now, and with the release of The Purge: Anarchy coming this weekend, Universal Pictures has finally decided to unleash the trailer for their next horror venture Ouija. Inspired by the creepy, supernatural "board game" of the same name, the film follows a group of friends who get caught up in the dark powers of this mystical board, forcing each of them to confront unimaginable horrors. Actually, by the looks of this trailer, the horrors are pretty basic, and don't really offer anything in the vein of a promising story. It just hits every cliche in the book pretty hard. Watch!

Here's the first trailer for Stiles White's Oujia, from the "Pretty Little Liars" Facebook page:


Ouija is directed by Stiles White, director of Boogeyman, The Possession and Knowing, who co-wrote the script with Juliet Snowden, the co-writer of all those films. The horror adventure follows a group of friends who must confront their most terrifying fears when they awaken the dark powers of an ancient spirit board. Olivia Cooke, Douglas Smith, Bianca Santos and more star in the film Universal releases on October 31st.

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  • Nash
    Looks extremely generic...
    • Stephen Ritchie
      ....and yet people are still gonna pay to see it as it will cash in a huge buck at the box office due to a young crowd of people who will pay to see anything AND....another franchise of pointless never ending sequels is born! Ouija 2! Ouija 3! Ouija 4! Ouija 5! Ouija Coming Out The Butt Milk Dat Franchise Cow 6!
  • Stephen Ritchie
    Oh yay more supernatural horror crap. Jump scares and dumb people doing dumb things. They should have just made it found footage while they were at it. Why does horror today kinda suck?
    Now just add to the end ... "Fun for the whole fmily Ouija from Hasbro now at Toys r us!" and throw on Disney Channel and they will sell like hot cakes
  • Alex Williams
    This is a first time director. Alex Proyas directed Knowing 😉 looks terrible




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