Ouija: Origin of Evil
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Ouija: Origin of Evil
Rating & Content Info
Why is Ouija: Origin of Evil rated PG-13? Ouija: Origin of Evil is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for disturbing images, terror and thematic elements.
Violence: Many scenes depict characters in peril and present unexpected “jump” moments. A character is stabbed and blood is seen on a blade. A character falls from a staircase, hanging from a noose. A character is shown stitching another person’s mouth shut with a large hook—we don’t see the stitching until after it’s complete. Scenes depict satanic begins inhabiting a living person. Visual effects create grotesque facial and body distortions. Skulls and human remains are depicted. A child is bullied at school. A character runs a business based on fraudulent claims. Dialogue uses disturbing references to Holocaust survivors and participants. A detailed verbal description of the process of strangulation is heard.
Sexual Content: A teen girl invites a teen boy to her bedroom, they share a kiss.
Profanity: Terms of deity and other mild profanities are used.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Adults drink wine with dinner.
Page last updated November 30, 2016
|British Columbia||14A||Frightening Scenes.|
|Manitoba||PG||Not Recommended for Young Children, Frightening Scenes.|
|Ontario||14A||Frightening Scenes, Disturbing Content.|
|Canadian Home Video||14A|
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Cast and Crew
Ouija: Origin of Evil is directed by Mike Flanagan and stars Elizabeth Reaser, Lulu Wilson, Annalise Basso.
Ouija: Origin of Evil was formerly called Ouija 2.
Learn more about the origins of the Ouija board game the movie is based on.
The most recent home video release of Ouija: Origin of Evil movie is January 17, 2017. Here are some details…
Home Video Notes: Ouija: Origin of Evil
Release Date: 17 January 2017
Ouija: Origin of Evil releases to home video (Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy) with the following extras:
- The Making of Ouija: Origin of Evil
- Home Is Where the Horror Is
- The Girl Behind Doris
- Feature Commentary with Director/Co-Writer/Editor Mike Flanagan