When we first meet the Zander family in 1967, the single mother and her two daughters run a fake psychic business in their family home. 

Things however, start to get real when the youngest daughter Doris starts making 'friends' with the latest addition to the family act, a Ouija board.

They soon come to learn that their house has a horrifying history, and to realise that they have repetitively broken the third of the three Ouija rules, to never play in a graveyard. 

When I wasn't hiding, sunken low in my cinema seat, I was able to appreciate how perfectly the film captured the era, from the set and costumes through to the "groovy"colloquialisms. 

Ouija: Origin of Evil opens in cinemas Australia wide today, just in time for Halloween! 

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