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That “Ouija: Origin of Evil” manages to top its predecessor, 2014’s “Ouija,” isn’t a particularly astonishing achievement. While inoffensive, the original wasn’t made with care, churned out to fill a Halloween release slot, offering PG-13 thrills and chills to younger audiences in need of a distraction. Instead of sequelizing the profitable movie, the producers head back to the beginning, kind of, taking the prequel route to unearth a fresh round of scares tied to the demonic wonders of a Hasbro board game. The change in scenery and period is welcome, but more important is the talent involved, with co-writer/director Mike Flanagan (“Oculus,” “Hush”) putting in substantial labor to make sure his take on the “Ouija” world is exciting, nightmarish, and overall menacing. Read the rest at


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