Ouija: Blood Ritual (2017) reviews and overview

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‘Be careful what you conjure…’

Ouija: Blood Ritual is a 2017 American supernatural horror found footage feature film written and directed by Dustin Mills (Slaughterhouse Slumber Party; Don’t Answer the Door; Her Name Was Torment and sequel; Bath Salt Zombies; Zombie A-Hole; Easter Casket; et al). Mills also co-stars, alongside Kayla Elizabeth, Rob Grant and Brandon Salkil.


Three Ohio filmmakers set out to debunk famous internet urban legends and rituals. When one of the rituals calls for a blood sacrifice, the trio unwittingly summons an ancient primordial evil that won’t stop until they’re all dead or they will submit to his evil power…



Ouija Blood Ritual will get a theatrical release as a virtual cinema screening room offering by Cleveland Cinemas from June 5th 2020.

Blu-Ray and DVD Special Editions, featuring director’s commentary, cast interviews, and uncut footage, are available from Amazon.com. The film is also available on VOD via Amazon.com

Reviews [click links to read more]:

On the whole, this is a rather enjoyable and engaging found-footage effort which has some minor problems inherent in the setup due to its origins in the format although they aren’t all that detrimental overall.” Don’s World of Horror and Exploitation

“One of the better aspects here is the fact that the film’s presentation, where it’s the behind-the-scenes setup of the group for the show, provides a lot to really like. Seeing the team doing their preparations here with the discussions relating to what case to attempt, providing background information on what they’re testing and explaining the cause of each step for the tested ritual gives this a nice creepy sense that’s quite fun to watch.” GL84

“Unlike so many others that save everything for the last 10 minutes, Mills is unleashing the scares by the halfway mark. Which is restrained compared to his other films, but as noted, not bad for this kind of film.” Voices from the Balcony

Technical details:

77 minutes

Image credits: Don’s World of Horror and Exploitation

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