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My quick rating - 4,2/10. Well, that was another waste of time, basically. Very slow moving. A few young adults are going camping and on the way,they stop and hear someone crying. Upon entering the persons house to see if they need help (who does that?) they find a ouija board. Well when they are startled and run away, they take the board. I guess the opening scene was a setup for the evil spirit caught in the board (Here comes that evil giant Hasbro and their supernatural control on sale now for 19.99 at your Toys r Us). Of course they trio decide to play with it on their camping trip, unleash the demon and then....well, standard fare after that. And boring fare it is. The lead (Elizabeth Reaser) hesitantly becomes the focus of the possession by not wanting to play. Then, anyone who tries to help her, gets killed. In very unspectacular fashions. Not sure why these toys are so popular again these days but kids, feel free to try this at home. When you do, make sure you don't bother watching this movie. The ending is what gives this any merit but not sure you want to sit through this to get to it.
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