June 7, 2021

MOVIE REVIEW - The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It

The third installment of The Conjuring franchise dubbed The Devil Made Me Do It gives a new level of chills as it chronicles one of the most controversial paranormal cases of Ed and Lorraine Warren.

Starting by saving the life of a young boy, Ed and Lorraine Warren (Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga) takes themselves beyond anything they've seen before, and for the first time in US history, that Arne Cheyenne Johnson's (Ruairi O'Connor) murder case in 1981 claims demonic possession as a defense.

Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga

Different from the previous The Conjuring films, we also witness Lorraine's insidious ways dealing with the spirit realm, confronting evil and saving lives. She can now transport and immerse herself into the essence of other people, even the dead to investigate on the stories and reasons of demonic activities.

Though there are less jump scares, there is a little bit more blood, witchcraft, new tests. They even exhibited the scary actual recordings connected to this case by the end of the movie. If you're going to find Annabelle, you'll sure do.

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It is now showing in theaters and you can also stream it via HBO MAX. Directed by Michael Chavez based on the files of Ed and Lorraine Warren, written by James Wan. Distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures. 

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