Sean Young helps summon an evil spirit

Sean Young helps summon an evil spirit

Sean Young of Blade Runner and Dune helps summon an evil spirit in the trailer for the horror film Ouija Witch

The horror film Ouija Witch is now available to watch through all major digital and cable platforms, and to help you decide whether or not this a movie you’d like to check out, we have the trailer embedded above!

Directed by Robert Michael Ryan (Dark Revelations) from a screenplay by John Doolan (Steve Niles’ Remains), based on a story Ryan crafted with Cuyle Carvin (Dark Corners Horror Anthology), Ouija Witch centers on a young woman who summons an evil witch to get revenge on the men who attacked her.

The film stars Miley Rose (Asteroid), Jeremy Dean (The Thing About Pam), Cheyenne Phillips (Outlaws and Angels), Ryan M. Shaw (Bring Him Back Dead), LeJon Woods (The Tomorrow Job), Rivera Reese (FBI: Most Wanted), Maggie Wagner (The Talent Given Us), Mattie Jo Cowsert (Slumber Still: Dawn of Shadows), Mabel Thomas (The Resonator), Sara Frankino (Riding Waves), Chris Jehnert (Teacher Shortage), Steve Dillon (You’re Going to Love Yourself!), Asteroid director Dylan Avery, newcomer Tommy Espersen, Eugene Volkov (Be Very, Very, Very Afraid), and Sean Michael Conway (Dead Till Death), with Sean Young of Blade Runner and Dune as “a mysterious shopkeeper who helps summon the evil spirit.”

Director Robert Michael Ryan also happens to be in the cast – which isn’t surprising, since he has racked up more than thirty acting credits over a career that goes back thirty years. Previous credits include Dolls (2019), Girl Meets Boy, How I Met Your Mother, Get the Girl, Necrosis, Mad About You, The Outer Limits, Vampire Night, and Things (1993).

Carvin produced Ouija Witch alongside Alysa Blasetti and Korey Rowe, with Jeff Miller serving as an executive producer alongside Ryan, Ronnie D. Lee, and Mark L. Lester, the director of Firestarter (the 1984 version) and Commando. Filming took place in upstate New York and Salem, Massachusetts.

A collaboration between Millman Productions, Titan Global Entertainment, Salem House Films, Otsego Media, and Ron Lee Productions, Ouija Witch is being sent out into the world by ITN Distribution, the same company that unleashed Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey earlier this year.

What did you think of the trailer for Ouija Witch? Does this look like a movie you’ll be watching soon? Share your thoughts on this one by leaving a comment below.