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Oujia: Origin of Evil — set to premiere in time for Halloween — has just dropped its second trailer, fleshing out more of what the insanely creepy Doris Zander (Lulu Wilson) gets up to once she is under the spell of evil spirits. And judging by this trailer, it appears she has the potential to join the antagonists from both Orphan and The Omen as one of the scariest children in horror history.

A period film set in the '60s, Ouija: Origin of Evil is the prequel to 2014's Ouija that sees young Doris become possessed by an evil spirit, once again reminding us all that ouija boards are not toys!

Check out the trailer here:

Jam-packed with terrifying moments, Ouija:Origin of Evil promises to be a delightful fright. Let's break down the scariest moments in the trailer.

1. Doris Talks Through The Demons

Her eyes appear cold and dead, captured by an unnatural spirit. Doris speaks through it, acknowledging the connection between this world and the other. Spooky!

2. What The Hell Is That?

The first glimpse of the otherworld is this mysterious, slick, black creature. I have no idea what it could be, which only serves to make it even more terrifying.

3. Doris Makes A Fellow Pupil Injure Himself

Seen early in the trailer being bullied by her fellow students, here Doris uses her newfound supernatural powers to exact revenge. A little over the top, yes, but who hasn't wanted to get one back on their tormentor?

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4. The Strangling

Very briefly we are shown a woman who may be Doris's mother throttling an elderly man, presumably as he is eating his dinner. That's enough to make you lose your appetite!

5. Paulina's Mouth Is Sewn Shut

Imagine looking in the mirror and seeing that your mouth is no longer there. A truly sickening thought. Now you couldn't get strangled over your dinner, even if you wanted to!

6. Flexible Neck

What's wrong with this picture? There's something definitely wrong with her neck. Come to think of it, the rest of her face doesn't look so healthy, either.

7.Seriously What Are These Things?

The strange creatures are back, but now there are two of them! If you watch this GIF long enough, it feels like she is clicking along to some imaginary beat.

8. Crawling Up The Walls

Even weirder than the Trainspotting baby, Doris opens her mouth 'til it's unnaturally large, which is enough to send the most resolute of men hurtling down the stairs.

9. What's Up, Doc?

Turn around doctor, turn around now! Alas, for this medic I think it's a little too late.

Oujia: Origin Of Evil hits cinemas on October 21. Scared Yet?


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