Ouija : Origin Of All Evil isn’t just a game.
Inviting audiences again into the lore of the spirit board, Ouija: Origin of Evil tells a horrifying tale of the supernatural.
A widowed mother and her two daughters enhance their séance scam business but in doing that they invite authentic evil into their home.
The youngest daughter is possessed by the merciless spirit, and this small family confronts terrifying fears to save her and send the evil spirit back to the other side.
Set in 1967 Los Angeles, a widow named Alice Zander works out of her suburban home as a spiritual medium, accompanied by her daughters, 15-year-old Paulina “Lina” and 9-year old Doris; although they stage their seances, Alice’s real intent is to help people move on.
The family is still reeling over the recent death of Roger, Alice’s husband and the kids’ father.
After Lina suggests that Alice incorporate a Ouija board into her readings, Alice does so, and unknowingly contacts a spirit named Marcus that begins to possess Doris.
This is breaking one of the three rules: never play alone, never play in a graveyard, and always say goodbye.
Alice receives a foreclosure note, meaning they may lose their house.
Doris contacts the board for help, believing she is communicating with her dead father, and the spirit leads her to a secret compartment behind the basement wall containing a pouch of cash.
Doris, breaking another of the three rules, forgets to say goodbye to the spirits.
When she gives the money to her mother, the family has a Ouija session, believing they can contact Roger.
When the board answers a question only Roger would know the answer to, a thrilled Alice begins believing that they are in contact with her dead husband.