Being a paranormal investigator for around 20 years I can say that I definitely don’t condone using the Ouija Board. We have heard about (and experienced second hand while on paranormal investigations) the danger that these boards can create. By using one you run the risk of opening a portal. Even if you think you’re communicating with someone friendly or maybe even a child, not only can other spirits (earthbound and non) come through, but the friendly spirit you think you’re talking to can actually be a demon in disguise. Scott Di Lalla’s new film “I Am Zozo” shows you why you should think twice before grabbing the planchette.
The film stars Kelly McLaren, Courtney Foxworthy, Demetrius Sager, Caleb DeBattista, Caleb Courtney, and Darren Wayne Evans.
Synopsis: On Halloween night, five teens decide to liven up their party with some innocent fun: by summoning the spirits. At first, it’s all nervous laughter and scoffing. Then, the night takes a sinister turn: the board reveals truths, exposes secrets it cannot possibly know, and triggers inexplicable events within the darkened house. As the session continues, an entity reveals itself: Zozo. And as the terrified teens are about to discover, once you make contact with this ancient, demonic force, you’re no longer playing a game… the game is playing you. A pulse-pounding, edge-of-your-seat supernatural thriller based on multiple reports of spirit board encounters with this savagely malicious spirit.
The film is being released November 19th on DVD and VOD by Image Entertainment.