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  • Games can be fun. Or so they should be. A Couple of child­hood friends unlock a dangerous mystery in Ouija. Delivered in pure evil by Universal Studios this chiller of a thriller is now caus­ing hearts to race at Cineplex Odeon theatres spannIng B.C.

    Old secrets die hard. Back in the day a decade or so ago we see the premise for Ouija: two young girls play a friendly board game. Too bad for them this mysterious board game based on the occult comes back to haunt them: with a vengeance.

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    One by one young teenage flesh gets tossed led first by the untimely of lead gaming cheerleader Debbie Gaglardi. Good scares come your way courtesy of soap opera actress Shel­ley Hennig. Now it’s up to her friends to unravel a deadly mystery that seems to be randomly targeting Debbie’s friends with seth in a variety of disturbing ways.

    Director Stiles White creates enough tension and coxes one good performances from his mostly young fresh cast. Just he right length at 92 minutes the atmosphere in this quirky thriller set the right mood and tone for the bloodcurdling mayhem that’s just a heartbeat way,

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