Movie Review: Ouija

by Matt Slick

Ouija Is a typical horror movie aimed at boys and girls in their late teens and early 20s who like, for some reason, to be scared out of their seats. Does the movie deliver? Occasionally yes, but for the most part this predictable, boring movie only serves to encourage people to get mixed up in the occult and try and contact their dead friends via a ouija board. As the movie goes, the previous owners of a house were really bad and did some horrible things. A ghost with an ill temper, a desire to kill people, and who looks like walking roadkill, inflicts various forms of mayhem and death upon the young group of naïve, vulnerable kids. One by one they get picked off.

It has violent content, the Lord's name is used in vain, it demonstrates the use of a Ouija board, and well, it's boring. I found myself checking my cell phone several times. Don't worry, I was the only one in the entire theater watching the movie.

Save your money. Don't waste your time with this flop.


About The Author

Matt Slick is the President and Founder of the Christian Apologetics and Research Ministry.