Ouija Board: Bunshinsaba (2004)





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Movie Info

Yu-jin and her blind mother move to a small village from Seoul. On her first day at the new school, Yu-jin gets picked on by her classmates. Along with other victims of hatred, Yu-jin puts a curse on the four girls tormenting them through a Ouija Board. On her second day at school, one of the spellbound bursts into flames and dies just as she sits down where Yu-jin used the board. The next day, another victim burns to death, and now the school is enclosed by horror.
Art House & International , Horror
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Critic Reviews for Ouija Board: Bunshinsaba

All Critics (1)

All the familiar elements are back in place (the dark-haired ghost girl, the girls-school setting, etc)... but [the] scenario is a jumbled mess that doesn't hold together as a coherent movie.

Full Review… | May 12, 2009

Audience Reviews for Ouija Board: Bunshinsaba

With probably the longest screen time of long-haired females, Bunshinsaba begins with promise; it bears great cinematography, use of locations, and an appealing cast of females. However, at the end of the day, it is excessively convoluted, affected both from confusing storytelling as well as fractured editing. Furthermore, as a movie that purely scares, Bunshinsaba does not deliver, when it could have

Kevin Lee
Kevin Lee

Koreans are weird. They like to pick on blind girls and gather themselves into torch-bearing mobs at the drop of a hat. Men call it seduction when they scream in a woman's face as they grab and paw at her. Not only do they find it completely plausible that their neighbors might be witches, but they encourage their other neighbors to burn down said neighbor's house in order to drive them out of town. So, yadda-yadda, some girls are getting picked on at school and summon a ghost to curse the bullies and of course the whole thing backfires and blows up in their faces (quite literally). While the plot is fairly intricate for this kind of movie, and while it's way better than the korean movie about the killer tree (Acacia), it's still not scary in the least.

Devon Bott
Devon Bott

Super Reviewer

Often Teenagers use cult stuff when they have troubles at home at school. Mostly the left out ones. I m not prejuding what I mean to say is that they do very dangerous things and the nearest is the Cult and it begins with Ouija Boards. The Movie lacked in tiny bit of details regarding Ouija but else everthing was quite Enjoyable.

Wahida K
Wahida K

Super Reviewer

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