Argentina:16 | Brazil:14 | Canada:14A (British Columbia) | Chile:14 | Germany:16 | Indonesia: D | Mexico: B | Netherlands:16 | Philippines: R-13 | Singapore: PG13 | South Korea:12 | Sweden:15 | Switzerland:16 | Taiwan: R-12 | UK:15 | USA: PG-13 (certificate #50490)Factual errors: Around 1 hour 3 minutes the Priest quotes from a Bible verse.
"Do not believe every spirit , but test the spirits to see whether they are from God.
Ouija: Origin of Evil breaks the mold here, as it has good twists to its tale, is filmed a bit differently with good effects, and actually succeeded in frightening me. There are a couple of jumpy scares, but mainly, it's the continual feeling of dread surrounding the Horror That Is Doris that drives the film.
) is a 2010 German vampire horror film directed by Dennis Gansel, starring Karoline Herfurth and Nina Hoss.
Central to her research are questions exploring queer dystopia, a positive embrace of human apocalypse, invisible genocide and the parallels between the way information was publicly disseminated in the early days of the AIDS/ HIV crisis, and the current state of climate change and environmental destruction.
The screening will be followed by a Q&A with Nicole Yip, Director of LUX Scotland, and an informal discussion with the audience.
The film deals with a young woman who gets bitten by a female vampire and drawn into her world.
She falls in love with a young police officer who investigates a murder case involving the vampires.