The Conjuring

2013

Action / Horror / Mystery / Thriller

1259
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 86%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 82%
IMDb Rating 7.5 10 365442

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Joey King as Christine
Patrick Wilson as Ed Warren
Vera Farmiga as Lorraine Warren
Mackenzie Foy as Cindy
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by ebraheemahmed 10 / 10

amazing

This film is very interesting and wonderful and deserves the evaluation 10-10 of the best chains that I have seen in my life if not the best.

Reviewed by Pjtaylor-96-138044 8 / 10

A refreshing return to the vintage suspense of the sixties and seventies; one of the best horror films of recent years.

'The Conjuring (2013)' represents a wonderful marriage of two very different yet complementary schools of film-making, that being the vintage suspense of the sixties and seventies with the snappy scares of today's show-not-tell mentality, and as such it is a brilliantly tangible slow-burn of a piece that isn't afraid to earn its eventual scares. Almost an hour is dedicated to character set-up and subtle 'bumps in the night' which - unlike in the old-school movies it draws inspiration from - then transform into overt horror in the feature's fantastically frenzied final act. It's the combination of the older, more tangible techniques with the overtly supernatural story that isn't afraid to go all out - not to mention the bigger budget and today's technical ability - that makes for an amazingly affecting and enjoyable piece that has several sequences of genuine suspense that will keep you on the edge of your seat. One of the best horror films in recent years. 8/10

Reviewed by BA_Harrison 5 / 10

This Wan lacks originality.

James Wan has directed three of the biggest horror hits of the millennium thus far: Saw (2004), Insidious (2010) and The Conjuring (2013). Saw was a wholly original shocker, a twisty-turny torture pic well deserving of its success. Insidious breathed new life into the well-worn supernatural genre with its really freaky atmosphere and well-crafted scares. The appeal of the Conjuring, on the other hand, has me puzzled, the film being little more than a collection of generic clich├ęs borrowed from countless other possession movies.

Purportedly based on a true story from 1971, The Conjuring stars Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson as paranormal investigators Lorraine and Ed Warren, who are called to the home of the Perron family, who have been experiencing terrifying unexplainable occurrences since recently moving into the old house. A little research reveals that the property had once belonged to a witch named Bathsheba, who killed her child and hung herself, putting a curse on anyone who took her land. After lots of creepy phenomena - moving doors, ghostly apparitions, strange noises etc. - wife and mother of five girls, Carolyn Perron, is possessed by the witch and attempts to sacrifice her youngest daughter, at which point the film switches from a lame facsimile of The Amityville Horror/Poltergeist to an equally lame copy of The Exorcist, with the Warrens trying to cast out the evil spirit.

Stopping just short of a 360-degree head spin, the film really does offer very little new to fans of the genre, even throwing in a creepy doll called Annabelle for good measure (Annabelle would go on to be the subject of a couple of spin-off movies). I guess if you're new to horror, and haven't seen a lot of similarly themed flicks, The Conjuring would seem like a pretty scary ride, but it left me distinctly unimpressed.

4.5 out of 10, rounded up to 5 for IMDb.

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