Witchboard (1986) Review

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Directed by Kevin S. Tenney

Starring Todd Allen and Tawny Kitaen

Plot: Jim (Allen) and Linda (Kitaen) have a party at the beginning of the film. The party ends when one of the guests decides to bring his Ouija board out to talk to a spirit. The spirit gets upset because Jim teases it. Later, Linda begins to use the Ouija board to communicate with a spirit. While Jim is at his job, one of his friends is killed.

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Linda reveals to Jim that she is preggins. She begins to have strange dreams, she also tries to give the board back to her friend, but the spirit doesn’t want her to. The friend comes to Jim, he expresses fear that the spirit will take advantage of Linda, Jim laughs at his face. The friend enlists the help of a medium, they speak to the spirit. The spirit agrees to leave and all seems normal. Until the medium is murdered.

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Linda is attacked by the spirit and put into the hospital. It’s revealed that Linda isn’t preggins, Jim and friend head to the cemetery to find all the info about the spirit that they can. The two begin to bond like they use to. The two guys attempt to speak with the spirit, they are attacked but survive. It turns out that a spirit of a homicidal maniac has been speaking to Linda, so Jim has to stop it!

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Review: From the director of the original Night of the Demons comes another really good horror film. I always had the intention of watching this, but never got around to it. I was really impressed by the camera use. Another plus is the films humor. Overall, this was a pretty good horror film, not perfect, but acceptable.

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