Was it the board or was it… the mirror?
One of the big reasons Ouija: Origin of Evil was so superior to the 2014 film is because it was directed by Mike Flanagan, who has become a force to reckoned with thanks to films like Absentia, Oculus, and Hush. Flanagan is one of the most exciting directors working in horror today, and he just revealed a fun connection between his latest film and earlier work.
Over on Twitter, @FlanaganFilm spilled the beans about an Easter egg placed in the basement of the Zander home in Ouija: Origin of Evil, and though it’s likely nothing more than an homage, it’s nevertheless fun to imagine the implications of it. Remember the possessed Lasser Glass from Oculus? Yup, it shows up in the Ouija prequel.
A few people have asked… the answer is yes, that IS the Lasser Glass in the basement in Ouija: Origin of Evil.
Tweeting with our own @TracedThurman, Flanagan even hinted that it was perhaps the mirror that resulted in so much horror being invited into the Zander home, rather than the actual Ouija board. Surely he was just having some fun and not being serious, but again, it’s at least fun to pretend that the Ouija and Oculus franchises exist in the same universe.
So keep your eyes peeled next time you watch Ouija: Origin of Evil!
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