|Korean subtitles Witchboard 2: The Devil's Doorway||one year ago|
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Better than the first one.
6/10 I didn't care much for Kevin S. Tenney's Witchboard: the script was weak, the acting was lousy (Tawny Kitaen, who played the central character, was more wooden than the Ouija board itself!), and the effects were cheap. However, this sequel, also by Tenney, is thankfully a lot better.one year ago
Sure, the plot isn't that original (essentially being little more than a retread of the first film), but Tenney seems to have polished his skills as a director a little, and has been wise enough to get himself a cast who can actually act.
This time around, it's a pretty young artist named Paige (Ami Dolenz) who discovers that meddling with the occult is not a good idea; she finds a Ouija board in the new loft apartment that she is renting, and, pretty soon, people are dying in mysterious circumstances, and she's becoming a foul mouthed sex-bomb (well, maybe not all the effects of a Ouija board are bad). Is the spirit she has been contacting attempting to possess her body, or just trying to bring to justice those responsible for her death?
Occasionally events get a little too silly (the scene where a man is pursued by a whirling saw blade is awful), but, on the whole, this is a step in the right direction for the series. Dolenz is easy on the eye (and her hair isn't quite as 'big' as Kitaen's), there are some reasonable jump scares, and Tenney throws in some quite impressive camera-work (a couple of moments might even give Dario Argento a run for his money, with the camera swooping down through a building window into the loft apartment, and, even better, passing through a moving car).
Not very scary, but fun and entertaining
6/10 Shy, pretty, blonde Paige Benedict (Ami Dolenz) moves into an artists loft apartment, finds a OUIJA board in the closet and starts playing with it, eventually contacting the ghost of Susan Sidney (Julie Michaels), who claims to be a murder victim. Soon other tenants in the building start dying in mysterious ways and the same things happen to Dolenz that did for Tawny Kitaen in the original. It turns out Susan's ghost wants to get revenge on her murderers and while she's at it return to life by possessing Paige.one year ago
Although unscary, this sequel features good visuals, a few creative murders, likable characters, fine performances (especially the cute and charming Ami Dolenz) and a script with good plot twists. Laraine Newman has a great costarring role as the hippie landlady.
Witchboard 2, I really wanted to like it.
4/10 I really wanted to like this. I am a fan of horror/supernatural films that range from the 50's up through the late 80's to early 90's. I have seen a lot of them and they all have their own hang-ups considering they are so aged compared to 2014. The problem with this movie isn't so much the movie itself as the choice for the lead actress. Sure, Amy Dolenz is very beautiful, but that voice and her acting is just pure hell. I wanted to contact a demon on my board just to shut her up. I would rather have Mickey Dolenz as the lead actress than Amy. The movie itself was what you would expect from the era and the genre, decent B quality stuff that keeps you entertained and you can poke fun at it because of the time. Give it a shot if you really must, but watch some other stuff first.one year ago
"Witchboard 2: The Devil's Doorway"- 8/10. Not scary but entertaining nonetheless.
5/10 Witchboard 2one year ago
This movie has plenty of entertainment stuffed into it's 90 minute running time, but it isn't too scary. Witchboard 2 is about Paige, who moves into an artist loft apartment after leaving her boyfriend. While moving in, she finds a Oujia board inside a closet, and just for fun, begins to play around with it. But you can't play with a Witchboard as Paige soon learns, when she contacts the spirit who claims to be a former tennant of the apartment complex who was murdered. Then, people in the complex begin dying in weird ways, and Paige must uncover the spirit's true identity before it destroys her.
The actors here aren't too bad, and Laraine Newman is hilarious as the eccentric landlord. This film has some 'jump' sequences that jolt you, but no real horror to scare you with. The movie also has a good mystery to it. Good for horror fans, and not cheesy at all. Don't expect a super-cheapy movie, it isn't that bad. 8/10.
A splendid, creepy sequel!
5/10 In this unrelated sequel to the original WITCHBOARD, a young artist named PAIGE moves into an apartment & finds a Ouija board in the closet, playing with the board connects her to a young woman spirit who claims to have been murdered & who wants Paige to help her find not only her body, but her killer as well, but it seems that there's much more that this ghost isn't telling Paige & that is that she also gets her kicks by bumping off the tenants of the apartment Paige is staying at, within time, the spirit in the board attempts to take over Paige & Paige discovers that despite the many friends who want to help her in her investigations, some of them are holding a very dark secret that connects with this vicious killer & may not be as trustworthy as she thought. Very spooky & very sexy horror flick that does not skimp on the creepiness & weird kills, the actors performed real well & the direction is still up to par. There's plenty of plot twists to keep you watching & the film always has something up it's sleeve to hold ones interest, fans who loved the first should definitely check this out, It's not great, but it's much better than most of the glossy CGI effects filled, WB casted horror films being released lately. Followed by the unrelated WITCHBOARD 3: THE Possessionone year ago