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Ouija: Origin of Evil (2016)

Posted: March 16, 2017 in Uncategorized


This American supernatural horror movie is edited, directed and co-written by Mike Flanagan with writer Jeff Howard. This movie is a prequel of the 2014 movie Ouija, unlike the predecessor, the movie’s plot centers on a widow with her family counting an Ouija board with their scamming business, unbeknownst to their family; they are attracting spirit that will possessed her youngest daughter.

The Cast Lists:

Annalise Basso played as “Lina” Paulina Zander

Elizabeth Reaser played as Alice Zander

Lin Shaye played as the old Paulina Zander

Sam Anderson played as Mr. Browning

Halle Charlton played as Ellie

Doug Jones played as Ghoul Marcus

Ele Keats played as Ellie’s Mom

Nicholas Keenan played as Walter

Parker Mack played as “Mikey” Michael Russell

Kate Siegel played as Jenny Browning

Henry Thomas played as the Father Tom Hogan

Lulu Wilson played as Doris Zander

Michael Weaver played as Roger Zander

Alexis Zall played as Betty


The Story Line:

Set in Los Angeles in 1965, the widow Alice Zander performs out of the suburban home as the spiritual medium, together with her daughters, 9-year old Doris and the 15-year-old “Lina” Paulina; although they stage their meet-up with the dead or séances; Alice’s real intention is to assist people to get going. The family is reeling over the latest death of Alice’s husband, Roger and the father of his kids. After Lina suggested that Alice include an Ouija board with her readings, Alice did it and unknowingly contacted a spirit known as Marcus that started to possess Doris. The sibling brakes one from the three rules: never play in the graveyard, never play alone, and say goodbye always but they played in the graveyard.

Alice takes from a delivery man the foreclosure note, which means that they might lose the house of his husband. Doris contacted the board for assistance, believing she was talking with the dead father and a spirit lead her to the secret cubicle behind the underground room containing the pouch of cash. The family had an Ouija gathering right after Doris handing out the money to her mother, because they believed that they may contact Roger. When the Ouija board answered a query that only Roger knows the answer, a thrilled Alice started to believe that they are really in contact with her departed husband.


The Writers’ View:

There are so many things to like in this movie. First, it was set in the 1960s, then, people that time are putting too much effort just to put on clothes and go to a supermarket. There is also the heart of the story, the wife that lost her husband, the kids that lost their dad, the priest that lost his wife, and so the hole in the souls creates a basis for why each of them have the longing or wanting to speak with their departed loved ones. This is the real reason why the spirit is taking advantage of them.

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Train to Busan (2016)

Posted: March 8, 2017 in Uncategorized


This movie is a South Korean zombie disaster and horror thriller film of director Yeon Sang-ho. The movie had its opening in the late night Screenings sections on 13 May, 2016 at the Cannes Film Festival. On 7 August, the movie sets a memo as the primary Korean movie of 2016 breaking the viewers’ record with about 10 million moviegoers.

The Cast Lists:

Gong Yoo played as Seok-woo

Jung Yu-mi played as Seong-kyeong

Kim Chang-hwan played as Kim Jin-mo

Ma Dong-seok played as Sang-hwa

Kim Eui-sung played as Yon-suk

Shim Eun-kyung played as the Runaway Girl

Choi Gwi-hwa played as a homeless man

Jang Hyuk-jin played as Ki-chul

Park Myung-sin played as Jong-gil

Choi Woo-shik played as Young-gook

Kim Su-an played as Soo-an

Ahn So-hee played as Jin-hee

Jung Suk-yong played as Captain of the KTX

Ye Soo-jung played as In-gil

The Story Line:


Seok-Woo, is a separated fund manager, and the absentee, workaholic father to his so young daughter, Su-an. During her birthday with the following day, she wished for Seok-Woo to take her to Busan and be with her mother. They lodge at the KTX in the station in Seoul. The train also occupied the strong working-class Sang-hwa with his pregnant partner, Seong-kyeong. There were also high school baseball groups, a wealthy and selfish CEO Yon-suk, the elderly sibling In-gil and Jong-gil, with a homeless man.


As the train left, a shaking young lady with a bite injury on her leg boards the train. The lady turns into a zombie, biting a train attendant that also became a zombie. The infection rapidly spreads inside the train. Jin-hee and her baseball player boyfriend Yong-guk, and some passengers handle to escape in the other car. News had been broadcast and reported zombie outbreaks all over the country. The train ends in Daejeon, and the existing passengers discovered that the city had been overrun as well, and they hurriedly retreat back into their train, dividing up in chaos. The assistant restarts the train so they can head to Busan, where there was news about the successful quarantine area that has been established.

The Writers’ View:

This is a very fantastic train ride. The creative ideas with the economical personality setups did not need much intense top-down moralization. The movie is a straight-up apocalypse flick of zombies coming in group from all directions. The viewers’ were already aware of the archetypal characters – the brave, the coward, the pregnant, the heroic one, the youth in love, and so on. The enjoyment is in thrilling who will live and who will die first. This train had some of the colorful characters. The drive is terrific and all problem-solving were created, because some were not seen before. The personality arc of the main artist from being a narcissistic, anti-hero to becoming a titular hero is very effective.

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