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The game comes alive in first trailer to Ouija

There have been so many kinds of horror films made. We have seen the likes of psychopaths, ghost, demons, zombies, killer cars, giant monsters, vampires, werewolves plants, ect grace the silver screen to frighten audiences. So it was only a matter of time when a film would revolve a classic means of contacting the dead as coming to theaters this October is Ouija. The Ouija Board has always been a means of contacting spirits. Though, in recent years, the device is used as a board game then actual spiritual conduit. Nevertheless, Hasbro is keen on the board's ability to scare moviegoers this fall as a group of teenager try to contact their dead friend, only to deal with a dark entity. It also does not hurt to have producers from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Insidious attached to this upcoming film. With the film coming out this fall, advertisement for Ouija would have to start shortly; and sure enough hitting the web today is the film's first poster and trailer.

The first trailer to this horror film shows you everything you need to know. The previews features the film's premise while also showing off the origins of the Ouijia board. Like any horror trailer, this preview starts off subtle with its creepiness. However as thing progress, the spookiness of the board is raised as the thrills are showed off with creepy imagery and jump scares. While the scariness of the trailer may be timid compared to recent horror films, there is a eeriness to Ouija. There may be something that horror fans can look forward come this fall; and who knows, perhaps the film will make Ouija boards cool again. You never know.

Directed by Stiles White, Ouija stars Olivia Cooke, Daren Kagasoff, Douglas Smith, Bianca Santos and Ana Coto.

What do you think of the trailer? Do you think this a must see film for the Halloween season:? Express your opinion in the comments below. Ouija conjures into theaters on October 31st.

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