[UPDATE 30 October 2016: Winner Announcement! Congratulations to Cheng Huaqiang, Max Yeo, Brendan Chow, Chew Yun Yan and Qisthina Quraizha Binti Mishuan! Please check your email for prize redemption details.]

Depending if you loved or loathed the previous 2014 edition of the movie, 2016’s Ouija: Origin of Evil looks to be a big hit with the horror crowd based on initial critical reception.

One of the best ways to reveal your age, the Ouija board is one of the most recognisable items when it comes to dealing with the occult. The origins actually are more grounded in Chinese history but because marketing triumphs all most of us know the board more for its western influences, just like the movie.

Ouija: Origin Of Evil is the prequel of the original movie and where we follow Alice Zander (Elizabeth Reaser) as she unwittingly attracts a real demonic spirit into her home by adding a new feature to boost her séance scam business. Talk about upselling gone wrong.

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If you’re looking to do something else for the Halloween season, this might be the perfect outing for you and a friend. Given the popularity of the movie, we’re pretty sure it might be a new attraction for next year’s Halloween Horror Nights in the states.

Preview Screening Details:

Date: 2 November 2016, Wednesday
Time: From 7pm
Venue: Filmgarde Bugis+

IN CINEMAS NOVEMBER 3 (PG13 – Horror) © 2016 Universal Studios


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