Madrid, 1990s. After making a Ouija with friends, a teenager is besieged by dangerous supernatural presences that threaten to harm her whole family. Inspired by terrifying police files never solved.
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Veronica tells the tale of a teenage Spanish girl who plays with a Ouija board in an attempt to talk with her dead father. During her session with the board, there is also a lunar eclipse going on outside. In standard horror fashion, this is somehow bad and results in some kind of evil entity causing havoc in her life.
The one good thing that really keeps Veronica from being an absolute snoozefest is the relationship the title character has with her younger siblings. Veronica is left to take care of her family as her mom is now a workaholic widow struggling to make ends meet. The rapport Veronica has with the kiddos is both tender and entertaining and that keeps audiences on her side. The rest of the movie is boring, full of D-list scare moments and plot cliches that we have seen many times before.