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The Conjuring (2013)

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The Conjuring (2013)


Vera Farmiga
Patrick Wilson
Ron Livingston
Lili Taylor

Directed by James Wan

I’m not a huge fan of Horror movies, because the thrill or chill you are supposed to get are either over done to the point that you either end up hating the movie or just wishing you could just shoot the director.
The Conjuring is done on a $20 Million budget, which may be low compared to other top movies out there, but compared to a top class horror movie the price is about right, and after viewing this movie I can boldly say this is a most watch. Not all the time do critics and movie goers agree, but here is an exception, a movie that will keep you glued.

My favorite part of watching this movie is the idea that I had in my head that, if I get up to go pee or move my head, I will miss something – so I just sat there glued not wanting to be disturbed as I witnessed strange occurrences happening and two married individuals (very bold individuals) going up against the demon.
Ed and Lorraine Warren are paranormal investigators, with Ed being a noted demonologist, author, and lecturer and Lorraine being a professed clairvoyant and a light trance medium.
Something’s are better left for the TV screen because I cannot imagine myself going up into a haunted house like the Warrens for no reason at all, and the Perron family are bold, because if I witness something strange going on in my house, we are all moving out immediately.

The Conjuring is based on a true life story, concerning the event in the life of the Perron family, who were experiencing some demonic episodes and series of unfortunate events in their farmhouse in Harrisville, Rhode Island in 1971. The family reached out to Ed and Lorraine Warren for help, who then came to the house to investigate the happenings and exorcise the evil.

The idea of making the events that took place at the Perron’s farmhouse into a movie began over 20 years ago when Ed Warren played a tape of His original interview with Carolyn Perron for movie producer Tony DeRosa-Grund. DeRosa-Grund went through many ups and downs trying to get the movie done till he got a deal at New Line Cinema and the movie went into production in 2012.

In conclusion, the movie may not scare you to go jump off a cliff, but it will thrill you enough for you to sit tight.


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