The Ouija Experiment 2: Theatre of Death full movie review - Almost comically bad
I watched the first film, and while it wasn't good, it wasn't awful, either. Their bit about Oujia boards was complete garbage, but it was mildly entertaining.
This film, we lose any charisma the characters might have had in the first film, stripping them of any personality and leaving only the most annoying traits of the character archetype they represent. One thing I have to mention, why did the 'actor' Eric Window have the comb in his hair during the movie? It was so incredibly annoying. Anytime he was on screen, I could only stare at the comb and wish for his character's bloody and painful death. I say 'actor' because there was no acting in this film. Calling it acting is an insult to high school plays everywhere. The actor who played the friend of the girl who wins tickets is so painfully bad I hope this was just a lark for him and not a potential career. There isn't anything scary, the script is an embarrassment, and the performances were so bad, you have to hope it was intentional. If you liked any of the characters in the first movie, just wait, you will hate them in minutes of starting this film. Horror movies are often lacking in several ways, so I tend to review them on a more lenient scale. One star for this movie is as generous as I can get. While I wouldn't necessarily recommend the first, as it also had some secondary actors (the expert on the Ouija board is pretty cringe-worthy) lacking skill, the main characters were okay, if not the most likable people in the world, I definitely wouldn't recommend this addition. It does not have any redeeming qualities. Sometimes, you can survive a bad horror movie by making a drinking game out of it. Unless you want liver failure, you can't even try it with this movie. Maybe I am being too critical, but if you put a product into the market with such low quality and no pretense of an effort, I have trouble being diplomatic. I hope no one associated with this movie continues in this field. Horror movies generally are lower budget, which means creativity and ingenuity are essential, and this movie had neither.