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The Newton Brothers score ‘Ouija: Origin Of Evil’

Ouija: Orgin of Evil is now in theaters finishing in the Top 5 of the box office for the second week in a row, The prequel to the 2014 's "Ouija" bought in an estimated $14 million over the weekend and $22 million from the opening weekend.

The score was composed by composers The Newton Brothers (Andy Grush & Taylor Stewart).

The Newton Brothers recorded the score in the heart of Nashville’s Music Row at Ocean Way Studio in a restored church with an 80 piece orchestra. The 100- year-old Gothic Church was choosen to reflect that one of the principal characters of the film is a priest.

In addition, to stay true to the film’s era, they intentionally avoided using any modern instruments which was a great addition to the texture of the music.

The movie is directed by Mike Flanagan and written by Flanagan and Jeff Howard. "Ouija: Origin Of Evil" stars Elizabeth Reaser, Annalise Basso, Lulu Wilson, Henry Thomas, Parker Mack, and Doug Jones.

The fills tells the story of a fortune teller and her two children who come across a spirit and how it causes trouble in their lives.

Next for The Newton Brothers is the score for the movie "The Bye Bye Man" due in theaters in December.

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