A girl named Debbie (Shelley Hennig) is mysteriously killed after recording herself playing with an ancient Ouija board, which leads her best friend, Laine (Olivia Cooke), and their close group of friends to investigate this board. They later find out that some things aren't meant to be played with, especially the 'other side'.Wikipedia
For most parts, ‘Ouija’ feels like a cheap thrill .You are likely to see people dressed up for Halloween who are scarier than the ghosts and spirits on display in ‘Ouija’.
For a movie that is about the perils of summoning sinister specters, the film itself could have been scarier.
Forget Ouija, read the newspapers instead. There are more horror stories in that these days.
"Ouija" may appeal to only those getting introduced to the horror genre. Otherwise, it is a disappointment considering it is a Halloween weekend release.
The scariest thing in this movie is the promise of a sequel, and the prospect of more such films to hit the screens.
Ouija uses a fresh concept, which hasn’t been seen a lot in the horror film genre. Unless you count the much better 1986 film, Witchboard. It packs a few scares and has a notable twist that makes it mildly interesting. But beyond that, it just falls apart.