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Prepare for the final game with Ouija Seance

The dead are once again ready to rise this July, as High Octane Pictures unleashes its latest horror entry with Ouija Seance: The Final Game.

Yup, last night we pimped weepy dramas, tonight low-budget horror. Life is grand here in The Basement.

Director Andrea Mugnaina looks like she wants to brings some genuine tension to this flick, which on the surface seems like another teens-go-into-the-woods-teens-get-dead thriller. But, as Shawn and I have learned over the years, looks can be deceiving. We've seen some nice twists on the genre in our time.

Why don't you take a gander at this trailer and judge for ye selves:



Ouija Seance: The Final Game stars Alan Cappelli, Katharina Sporrer and Holly Mumford. It hits VOD on July 3.


Source: High Octane Pictures

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