Charlie Charlie – USA, 2016 – reviews

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‘Play the game if you dare’

Charlie Charlie is a 2016 American horror film directed by Derek Presley from a screenplay by Cody Berry and Tom Zembrod. The movie stars Bryan Massey, Todd Jenkins and Gwendolynn Murphy.

Plot:

An eccentric haunted house owner invites a group of hapless teens to play the terrifying game known as Charlie Charlie, overnight in the many attractions his house has to offer.

While the game is meant to be a mere spectacle of spooky fun, it soon turns into a true nightmare leaving the teenagers, and the owner, battling for their lives…

For North American DVD and VOD release, it was retitled Ouija 3: The Charlie Charlie Challenge.

In the UK, the film is released on DVD by Lightning Pictures on 18 September 2017 as Ouija Challenge: The Charlie Charlie Game.

Buy: Amazon.co.uk.

Meanwhile, it is also released available on a Dutch DVD.

Buy: Amazon.co.uk

This film should to be confused with the 2017 movie Charlie Charlie directed by Glenn Plummer and starring Tom Sizemore.

Reviews [click links to read more]:

“Someone at least knew the basics of lighting a set, operating a camera, and most importantly, how to get Amazon to sell this flop of a product and Redbox to rent it. Now if only someone knew as much about compelling scripting, convincing characters, creating scares, or comedy that isn’t casually racist…” Culture Crypt

“Swerving from brilliantly funny to embarrassingly lame, Ouija Challenge is schizophrenic in tone, yet it’s a movie that’s saved from bargain bin obscurity by the magnificent performance of Zembrod. Channelling peak Bill Moseley while resplendent in top hat, eyeliner and cane in hand, he’s a delight to watch with his charisma dripping from your television set with every moment that he’s on screen.” The Schlock Pit

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