Ouija boards can accidentally and deliberately summon demons and spirits and this Ouija Board for kids can be one of them! What do you think about this pink Ouija Board? Would you give it to your kids?
Even though Hasbro has been selling a brown and black Ouija board for decades. The Ouija board shown on this page is clearly made for a child, certainly no one past their young teen years. So either Hasbro is pedaling religion to children or it’s turning divination beliefs into a sort of a joke.
Below are some of the comments from customers that bought this ouija from Amazon!
“The reality is that this “game” is a tool. And just like any tool, it can be used for good or evil. …. unfortunately, this particular tool is NOT designed for use for good. There are very specific ways to do this (speak to the dead) the “right” way. God has that very clearly under control and perfectly managed.
For evil, on the other hand.. that playing field is wiiiiide open! And this “game” is just a little part of that wide-open, evil playing field.
Yes, sounds like a grand idea to encourage little children to open their hearts and souls to the Evil one. Excellent! Better yet, let’s aim it at little girls.. who could possibly grow up to be women, the guardians of the home and the nurturers of the next generation. Let’s destroy them before they even get there, right? Let’s plant seeds of confusion and fear. Let’s teach them that there is no right/wrong.. rather, that “whatever” works, because that’s a damn good idea.
No! Don’t teach little girls to garden or cook or read or explore or discover or build or teach or lead or solve their own problems. Yes, let’s teach them to rely on sources of unknown integrity to answer their questions. That’s just brilliant.
Yes, that is sarcasm. It infuriates me that toy manufacturers thing this idea is a “game”.. that they’d market it to children.. and specifically target girls. It is irresponsible and completely unconscionable!!”
“Ouija BOX (front):
The box to this Ouija board is all pink and says the following:
“Ask the questions Girls want to know. With carrying case! Now with Question Cards 72 fun things to ask! Only at Toys-R-Us. Parker Brothers, Ages 8 +”
The box has a cut-out that makes the carrying case visible from the front.
Ouija BOX (back):
The back of the box is purple and pink and says the following:
“Girls have questions…Ouija has answers! It has always been mysterious. It has always been mystifying. And now Ouija Board is just for you, girl! With 72 fun questions included, you’ll never run out of things to ask… Who will call/text me next? Will I be a famous actor someday? Who wishes they could change places with me?”
“Gather your friends around, draw a card, place your fingers on the planchette, and ask you question. Concentrate very hard…and watch as the answer is revealed in the message window.”
“Or make up your own questions! Ouija Board will answer. It’s just a game— or is it?”
“Contents: Ouija Board, message indicator (planchette), Crad deck with 72 Questions, Carrying Case with storage pockets, Instructions.”
“Includes cool carrying case! Take it to parties, sleepovers, and more!”
The box shows exactly what the box contains in pictures right on the back!
Ouija CARRYING CASE:
The carrying case is pink and is made out of vinyl and plastic. It has the sun and the moon in the top corners. The bottom corners have a graphic of a girl with purple hair and puckered lips as if ready to give you a kiss. It has a very large graphic of the Ouija Mystifying Oracle and a large graphic of the hot pink Planchette. The back has a very large graphic of the Ouija Mystifying Oracle and pretty graphics of flowers in each corner.
It feels fairly durable for something that is mostly plastic. The case has two shoulder straps that are a thick plastic and it looks cheap. There are zippers on both sides of the carrying case and zips and unzips fairly easy. On the inside of the case it has a compartment for the Ouija board, Planchette, and Question cards.. Everything fits snugly inside this case.
The Ouija board is very nice and is pink with purple letters. The “sun” and “moon” symbols are in yellow and baby blue. The layout of the board is exactly like the boards from the past. This board is very durable and is made out of the usual “Masonite” and is not cheap cardboard. The back has flowers surrounding the OUIJA Mystifying Oracle brand name. Very girly and nice looking board!
The Ouija Planchette is in hot pink and has a different shape than the usual planchettes that come with standard Ouija Boards..it reminds me of Valentines day candy hearts. The window is plastic with a tiny pointer that sticks out under the window. It feels cheap but is perhaps more durrable than the classic planchettes included in standard Ouija games. It has rounded corners and has the Ouija Mystifying Oracle graphic printed on the top.
Ouija QUESTION CARDS:
There are 72 Questions on 36 cards. They each have the Ouija Mystifying Oracle graphic on the backs. The fronts are decorated in pink flowers on a white background. The questions range from silly, to serious and some actually “test the Ouija Board” Questions include but are not limited to the following:
“Will (name someone) be my best friend when I grow up?”, “Ouija Board, are you real?”, “What cartoon character do I resemble?”, “Which animal best matches my personality?”, “What is my worst habit?” “Will I climb MT. Everest someday?” “Who wishes I would sit with them at lunch?” “Will I ever be on reality TV?” “What is my best physical feature?” ” Who will ask me to go out with them next?”, “At what age will I get married?”, “Will I be president someday?”, “Who has a crush on me?”, “How many children will I have when I grow up?”,
“Will I ever skydive?”, “If the Ouija Board could rename me what would my name be?”, “If I have to choose will I choose love or money?”, “Does (name someone) want to go out with me?”, “If I have to choose, will I have a career or stay home with my kids?” “Am I a good dancer?”, “Will I ever volunteer for the Peace Corps?”, “Where can I find burred treasure?”, “Test the Ouija board.. What time is it now?”,
and my personal favorite….
“Will I be a famous writer someday?”
This version of the Ouija Board has the most in depth instructions I have ever seen included in a Ouija Board game. It is a single sheet of paper that folds in half vertically. The instructions state the following:
“Ages 8+/ for two or more players.”
“The Ouija Board (pronounced WEE-JA) has always been mysterious and mystifying. Ask it a question and it will respond by spelling out your answer in the window of the message indicator (Planchette). And now included—Question cards! Ask the Ouija Board what girls want to know!”
“SET-UP: 1) Before using the Ouija Board, wipe it with a dry cloth to remove dust and moisture. 2) Sit opposite another player or gather around the board if more than two are playing. 3) Set the Ouija Board on the players laps or on a small table between and within reach of the players. 4)Additional players are encouraged to look on and take note of the Ouija board’s responses. 5) Set the planchette in the center of the Ouija Board. Place the cards face down near the board. 6) Place your fingers lightly on the planchette. Or, you and another player place the fingers of both hands very lightly on either side of the planchette. 7) Now concentrate.”
“ASKING QUESTIONS USING THE CARDS: Players take turns drawing cards and choosing a question to ask. Ask only one question at a time. Ask your question slowly and clearly. Allow the planchette to “float” across the board to reveal in the window either yes, no, a number, or letters of the alphabet. It may help to start by choosing yes or no questions.
Once the Ouija board is “warmed up” you can ask more complicated questions, and wait to see what the planchette answers. If your question has a blank, the Ouija board will spell out the answer for you. Some questions “test” the Ouija board to see if it can correctly answer your question. If nothing happens, try asking another question. Allow one to five minutes for an answer to come.”
“ASKING YOUR OWN QUESTIONS: Be creative. Ask the Ouija board anything you want! Just remember to have fun. After all, it’s just a game…or is it?”
“STORAGE: When finished, store the Ouija board in the handy carry case, and store the planchette and card deck inside the inner pockets of the case.”
Ouija COMPANY MERGE AND CONTROVERSY:
In 2008 Parker Brothers and Hasbro Toys merged together to make a Ouija Board just for girls. This was an experiment between the two companies to see what marketing techniques they could employ to increase the sales of an already dwindling toy, the Ouija Board game. Despite their efforts to do away with spooky propaganda and to introduce more kid friendly play, the Ouija Board pink came under fire from religious groups and parents alike.
The controversy stemmed form the belief that makers of Ouija Board pink were exploiting little girls to get interested in the occult and there was quite an upset concerning some of the questions included on the cards. The concern from many were the questions themselves..many had an adult themed element and this upset many parents. Shortly after Hasbro bought the rights to the Ouija Game from Parker Brothers and quickly decided to pull the plug on Ouija Board pink.
Only a couple hundred were ever produced and Ouija Board pink would go down in history as the worst concept ever devised by a toy company.
Ouija PERSONAL EXPERIENCE:
Oh where do I begin? First of all I love this version of Ouija Board not only are the ideas clearly thought out but the product itself is very high quality. The carrying case and planchette have some quality issues certainly but the issues are very small and ultimately minute. I attempted to play the game with my family and had boys and girls ranging from the age of 9 and 14 join in. The boys were a little apprehensive at first because of all the pink but soon wanted to get involved with the rest of us. The girls seemed to have the most fun with the carrying case and used it to put their dolls and what have you inside of it.
We did try to use the Ouija Board to contact “spirits” but this didn’t last long as both the boys and the girls quickly lost interest. We probably had the most fun using the question cards and took turns answering the questions. We tried to re-invent the game by having the kids guess what answers their playmates might answer…but in the end this had a life-span of about 30 minutes.
Personally I think this Ouija board is one of the most innovative and creative design concepts attempted yet by Hasbro or other companies who owned the rights to Ouija Board in the past. I did not find anything that I would call “inappropriate” for young girls or boys alike. This edition is very rare and has a hefty price tag that only a collector like me would be willing to pay. All in all I love my Ouija Board Pink and wish that Hasbro will continue to explore other concepts like this in the future!”
“Mortal Remains” is a docu-thriller which aims to unearth the details surrounding the life, career, and mysterious death of Maryland filmmaker Karl Atticus, referred to by some as a founder of “slasher film.”
The film features interviews with various horror aficionados and industry personalities including Eduardo Sanchez, co-director of “The Blair Witch Project,” who wondered in a 2008 interview: Why, for over 40 years, has Atticus’ legacy been all but eradicated from the annals of horror film history?
“Mortal Remains” reveals much about this elusive figure; a man who inspired a generation of filmmakers but has yet to receive due credit for his contributions to the genre. Crew members who worked alongside Atticus detail the puzzling circumstances under which his last film was created: missing cast members, intimations of occult activity, and allegations of special effects “too convincing” for their time among them. Was Atticus a true auteur who challenged the industry and was silenced by his contemporaries? Or were his films simply pretext; elaborate showpieces designed to glorify work of a far more sinister nature…?
Filmed on location in Maryland and Pennsylvania, the film hopes to finally confirm the legends and establish once and for all the legacy of a man whose final film – lost decades ago to vandalism – is considered by some to be the “Holy Grail of horror.”
Cryptic Pictures receives 8 nominations for Mortal Remains at the NOVA IFF: Film of the Year, Screenplay of the Year, The NOVA Award for Film, The NOVA Award for Screenplay, Best Screenplay – Feature Film, Best Original Screenplay, Best Horror Film and Best Horror Screenplay. Learn more here.
Wes Craven (Scream, A Nightmare On Elm Street) and Steve Niles (co-creator of 30 Days of Night) are working on a TV adaptation of Niles’ latest comic called “The Disciples”. It is described as a sci-fi horror story set in space!
The Disciples is poised to become one of the spring’s most anticipated comics titles and should transform into a transfixing TV series under the guidance of Wes Craven. The Disciples comic will be out in May 2015 and Craven will be one of its executive producers!!
Here’s the official synopsis from Black Mask Studios:
Dagmar, Rick and Jules, intrepid private eyes/bounty hunters, have been hired by a high-ranking Senator to retrieve his teenage daughter who’s run off to join a mysterious religious cult. This is no ordinary cult though. In the near future of The Disciples, the ultra-wealthy have become the true Masters of the Universe by colonizing moons throughout the solar system. Billionaire industrialist McCauley Richmond is one such colonist: he’s built a new society on Ganymede, a moon of Jupiter, where his flock of cultists can have the religious freedom to worship him. But when the team reaches Ganymede in their Starship Venture, they discover something has gone horribly wrong!
Ushering in a new era of horror, Universal Pictures’ “Unfriended” unfolds over a teenager’s computer screen as she and her friends are stalked by an unseen figure who seeks vengeance for a shaming video that led a vicious bully to kill herself a year earlier.
Sony and MRC are teaming up to produce what Sony hopes to be a great franchise that will combine a movie series and complimentary TV series!
The project has a new script co-written by Goldsman and Jeff Pinkner. Insiders say the new script, which adapts the first book of the series, Gunslinger, has been completely changed by the duo from the version that had been previously developed.
King said in a statement “I’m excited that The Dark Tower is finally going to appear on the screen. Those who have traveled with Roland and his friends in their search for the Dark Tower are going to have their long-held hopes fully realized. This is a brilliant and creative approach to my books.”
Did you love the Poltergeist movie especially the part where the girl places her hand on the TV? Well think about it, what if the TV touched her back?!
Legendary filmmaker Sam Raimi (“Spiderman,” “Evil Dead”, “The Grudge”) and director Gil Kenan (“Monster House”) contemporize the classic tale about a family whose suburban home is haunted by evil forces. When the terrifying apparitions escalate their attacks and hold the youngest daughter captive, the family must come together to rescue her before she disappears forever.
In Theaters – May 22, 2015, in 3D
Check out the below trailer… everything from the original movie is in this trailer, just bigger!!
short horror movie
A father recounts peculiar events sweeping over his neighborhood that make him question his families well-being.
Check out this horror short below!
EVIL DEAD THE MUSICAL Ultimate 4D Experience, the award-winning Las Vegas hit that plays at the V Theater in Planet Hollywood at the heart of the world famous Las Vegas Strip, is expanding once again and is holding auditions.
“We are in the process of expanding back to 5 nights a week,” says the show’s producer and director Sirc Michaels. “And so we’re looking for talented Las Vegas performers to add to our cast.”
As part of its commitment to the Las Vegas community, EVIL DEAD only auditions performers who reside in Las Vegas. Rather than looking for talent in NYC or LA, the production team keeps everything local, thereby increasing the number of jobs for actors based in Las Vegas.
Male and female performers are being sought for positions. Ages are various.
Interested persons must meet the following criteria:
- Located in Vegas.
- Able to sing.
- Have comedic timing.
- Love to have fun onstage.
- Be 18 years of age or older.
Interested parties should submit a headshot and resume to Sirc Michaels Productions at firstname.lastname@example.org. Auditions will be held Friday May 1st and Sunday May 3rd and will be set by appointment only. Video submissions will not be accepted.
About Evil Dead: The Musical
Endorsed by Bruce Campbell and embraced by Sam Raimi, EVIL DEAD THE MUSICAL is the official live stage production of the cult classic film trilogy. The award-winning experience is a favorite among fans and critics alike that combines multimedia, live performance, audience participation, undead ushers, and blood spraying out over fans to bring a new type of entertainment to the Vegas Strip. It has garnered a reputation as one of the must-see Las Vegas experiences for fans of horror, musicals, and comedies all over the world.
DROP DEAD FAMOUS – short comedy zombie movie
Two girls find a celebrity zombie. What do they do with it? Watch and you ll find out!
18-year-old Michigan native director, Luke Jaden, is set to premiere his first film foray into the horror genre early next month with The Listing, starring Erin Cummings (The Iceman, Cold Comes the Night) and Rob Zabrecky (Lost River). Written by up-and-coming Detroit author and screenwriter, Josh Malerman (“Birdbox“), The Listing tells the tale of what happens in a haunted house before the unsuspecting family arrives.
Jaden youthful, energetic approach to filmmaking is clearly palpable even in his description of the film. According to Jaden, “it’s got a more psychological vibe to it that’s atmospheric and moody. It feels like you’re the magician’s audience at a magic show set in an urban, gothic and decrepit theater.
Michael Angelo Zervos (Papou), the producer of Jaden’s last two films, admits “there are very few better film festivals I can think of to premiere our film. The intimacy, success, and solid lineup of the past few years gives us encouragement that the audiences will appreciate our twist on the horror genre.
Despite the recent success, Jaden isn’t resting on his laurels. With one film just starting to make it into film festival lineups, he’s currently completing post production on another short film and starting pre-production on another. In his mind, his hard won lessons from The Listing have made an impact on his development as as a busy filmmaker. “I’ve learned that if you don’t have a team that really believes in you or a cast that just really connects with their performances, you’re better off not even making the film.â
The Listing will be playing Sunday, May 3rd at the Stanley Film Festival in Estes Park, Colorado.
[Photography credit to Wallace Michael Crouch, Filmmaker photo features left to right cinematographer Joel C. Warren, producer Michael Angelo Zervos, director Luke Jaden]