Artistically Ouija: Origin of Evil is a notch better than its predecessor and the bothersome suicidal themes involving teenagers are gone too. Like in the original film, parents will appreciate the lack of sexual content (limited to an adolescent boy and girl sharing a kiss in her bedroom) and infrequent profanities. However, few horror movies can drum up a good scare without resorting to violent themes. This one portrays someone hanging from a noose, mouths stitched shut, a stabbing, and satanic looking characters that overcome the living. In addition, the script features a Holocaust theme that may be offensive to viewers who don’t appreciate demonic depictions or a tragic historic event being exploited as terrifying amusement.