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  • Genre: Horror | Mystery | Thriller
  • Release Date: 10 June 2016 (USA)
  • Runtime: 134 min
  • Filming Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Budget: $40,000,000 (estimated)
  • Gross: $102,461,593 (USA) (19 August 2016)
  • Director: James Wan
  • Stars: Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Madison Wolfe |See full cast & crew »
  • Original Music By: Joseph Bishara
  • Soundtrack: I Started A Joke
  • Sound Mix: Dolby Digital | Dolby Atmos
  • Plot Keyword: London England | House | Paranormal Investigator | Paranormal | Demonic Possession

The Conjuring 2 (2016) Writing Credits By:

  • Carey Hayes (screenplay) &
  • Chad Hayes (screenplay) &
  • James Wan (screenplay) and
  • David Leslie Johnson (screenplay) (as David Johnson)
  • Carey Hayes (story) &
  • Chad Hayes (story) &
  • James Wan (story)

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  • James Wan was offered a “life-altering” amount of money in order to direct Fast 8 (2017). The Conjuring 2 2016 However, he turned that opportunity down to direct The Conjuring 2 (2016) instead. The Conjuring 2 2016 “I feel rejuvenated to tell a scary story one more time,” Wan wrote on Instagram. The Conjuring 2 2016 641 of 649 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • The remaining members of the Hogdson family visited the set. The Conjuring 2 2016 Frances O’Connor, who portrays their late mother, refused to meet them, as she feared it would affect her performance. The Conjuring 2 2016 149 of 149 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Patrick Wilson did his own singing. The Conjuring 2 2016 325 of 329 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • On the first day of shooting, a priest was brought in to bless the set. The Conjuring 2 2016 761 of 776 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • While promoting the film in June 2016, star Vera Farmiga was still suffering from a swollen lymph node she received during filming, due to the intense screaming she had to perform. The Conjuring 2 2016 Due to technical challenges, she would sometimes do 50 takes in a row, all featuring her screaming. The Conjuring 2 2016 179 of 181 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • The opening scene where The Warrens are seen partaking in a séance in the Amityville Horror House, Lorraine is seen wearing trenchcoat and a skirt. The Conjuring 2 2016 Inspiration for this costume was taken from what the real Lorraine Warren wore during a séance in real life during the Amityville case. The Conjuring 2 2016 She wore a replica of the her outfit right down to the styling of her hair. The Conjuring 2 2016 132 of 133 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • The ghost boy that Lorraine sees when astral projecting is based on the infamous Amityville photo supposedly taken by Gene Campbell, a professional photographer who was part of the team who worked with paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. The Conjuring 2 2016 126 of 127 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • It had the biggest opening weekend gross for a horror film in three years. The Conjuring 2 2016 The previous film being The Conjuring (2013). The Conjuring 2 2016 240 of 245 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • One of the real-life allegations that didn’t feature in the movie, was that the Hodgson children’s toys were thrown around and were too hot to touch. The Conjuring 2 2016 145 of 147 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Some have claimed that the real Janet is a gifted ventriloquist or the power to manipulate voices and she admitted faking some events. The Conjuring 2 2016 She revealed that around two percent of the haunting was phony during an interview with The Telegraph. The Conjuring 2 2016 107 of 108 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |

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Goofs: Factual errors: When the sound operator, sent by the polytechnic, is recording various sounds around the house, he points his microphone at an open door leading to the garden. The Conjuring 2 2016 He picks up the sound of crickets chirping. The Conjuring 2 2016 Since this is North London in late December, the chances of hearing crickets are virtually impossible.

The Conjuring 2 (2016) Plot: Lorraine and Ed Warren travel to north London to help a single mother raising four children alone in a house plagued by a malicious spirit. The Conjuring 2 2016 Full summary » »

The Conjuring 2 (2016) Story: In 1977, paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren travel to London, England, where single mother Peggy Hodgson believes that something evil is in her home. The Conjuring 2 2016 When Peggy’s youngest daughter starts showing signs of demonic possession, Ed and Lorraine attempt to help the besieged girl, only to find themselves targeted by the malicious spirits.

The Conjuring 2 (2016) Synopsis: Amityville, Long Island, New York, 1975

Ed and Lorraine Warren (Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga) are sitting with the Lutz family in the infamous Amityville home. The Conjuring 2 2016 A year earlier, Ronald DeFeo, Jr. The Conjuring 2 2016 murdered his family with a shotgun, and the Lutz family claims to have been experiencing paranormal phenomena. The Conjuring 2 2016 The Warrens conduct a seance, in which Lorraine has a vision where she sees herself in Ronald’s position on the night of the murders. The Conjuring 2 2016 She watches herself committing the acts, first with Ronald’s parents, and then his three siblings. The Conjuring 2 2016 Lorraine then encounters a demonic creature taking the form of a nun, followed by a man dying. The Conjuring 2 2016 Lorraine screams, and Ed pulls her out of the vision and comforts her.

Three years later in Enfield, England.

Janet Hodgson (Madison Wolfe) is sitting outside the school with her friend Camilla (Emily Tasker) as Camilla smokes a cigarette. The Conjuring 2 2016 She passes it to Janet right before a teacher walks outside and scolds the girls for smoking. The Conjuring 2 2016 She confiscates the cigarette and takes a puff.

Janet lives with her older sister Margaret (Lauren Esposito), younger brothers Johnny (Patrick McAuley) and Billy (Benjamin Haigh), and their mother Peggy (Frances O’Connor). The Conjuring 2 2016 The Hodgsons are struggling financially, the children’s father left them for a neighbor woman, and Billy has a speech impediment that gets him bullied at school. The Conjuring 2 2016 Peggy has self-doubts as a single parent.

At night, Janet and Margaret are sleeping in their room, when Janet begins to feel a disturbing presence. The Conjuring 2 2016 It sounds as though she’s speaking to herself, but then she begins responding with a growling, raspy voice that claims “This is my house!” Margaret thinks Janet is fooling around, until she stands by Margaret’s bed, and the voice of an older man behind Margaret repeating the statement. The Conjuring 2 2016 Margaret turns the light on and finds nobody behind her. The Conjuring 2 2016 She decides to sleep with the light on.

Back in the States, the Warrens are on a talk show to discuss the Amityville case. The Conjuring 2 2016 The other guest on the show dismisses the case as a hoax before criticizing Lorraine’s supposed clairvoyance. The Conjuring 2 2016 This enrages Ed, leading to him arguing with the other man. The Conjuring 2 2016 Lorraine calms him down backstage.

Janet and Billy play with a turntable based on the tune of “There Was a Crooked Man”. The Conjuring 2 2016 As the children go to bed, Janet ties her arm to the bed. The Conjuring 2 2016 She ends up on the floor of the living room with no idea as to how she got down there. The Conjuring 2 2016 Billy walks around the house, when he sees a toy firetruck on the floor. The Conjuring 2 2016 He rolls it into a tent in the hallway, but moments later, the truck rolls into Billy’s room. The Conjuring 2 2016 He goes back outside and rolls it into the tent, at which point a booming groan is heard. The Conjuring 2 2016 Billy runs to his mother’s room while Margaret hears a pounding at her door. The Conjuring 2 2016 She opens it and sees no one outside until Janet returns, denying that she was pounding on the door.

The next day, Janet is watching TV, and the channels start changing on their own. The Conjuring 2 2016 The remote has also vanished. The Conjuring 2 2016 Janet goes looking for it and finds it on the chair behind her. The Conjuring 2 2016 A ghostly figure emerges from the corner and growls, “MY HOUSE!” Janet runs back to the couch screaming.

That evening, Janet ends up on the floor of her room as though she was thrown. The Conjuring 2 2016 She tells Margaret that there is someone in the house. The Conjuring 2 2016 Before Margaret can dismiss that, their beds start shaking. The Conjuring 2 2016 They scream and run to Peggy’s room. The Conjuring 2 2016 She goes to the girls’ room and thinks they’re playing around, until the girls’ dresser is shoved hard against their door.

The Hodgsons head over across the street to the home of their neighbors, the Nottinghams. The Conjuring 2 2016 Peggy calls the police to inspect her house. The Conjuring 2 2016 The police find nothing, but they then see a chair sliding across the room on its own, leaving them spooked.

At the Warren house, Ed is painting a picture of something he claims to have seen in a dream. The Conjuring 2 2016 It’s the same demonic nun that Lorraine saw in her vision. The Conjuring 2 2016 Later, while she sits in the living room with their daughter Judy (Sterling Jerins), a noise is heard in the hallway. The Conjuring 2 2016 Judy goes outside to look. The Conjuring 2 2016 Lorraine finds her staring in horror at the demon nun. The Conjuring 2 2016 Lorraine follows it into the office. The Conjuring 2 2016 She thinks she sees the nun in the darkness, but it’s just the painting. The Conjuring 2 2016 However, the demon is still in the room, and it walks up to the painting and makes it come to life. The Conjuring 2 2016 It growls as it runs toward Lorraine, causing her to see the same vision as before, only this time, we see the man who dies – it’s Ed, simply saying, “I’m sorry, Lorraine” before a large wooden spike impales him. The Conjuring 2 2016 Lorraine starts screaming and scribbling into her bible before Judy snaps her out of it.

People in Enfield become aware of the Hodgson’s haunting. The Conjuring 2 2016 Several paranormal researchers get involved, including Maurice Grosse (Simon McBurney) and Anita Gregory (Franka Potente), the latter claiming there is a lack of evidence to suggest the phenomena is truly paranormal. The Conjuring 2 2016 Maurice and a news crew gather in the Hodgson home to interview Janet and Margaret. The Conjuring 2 2016 During the interview, Janet looks uncomfortable, and she begins to speak with the voice of a raspy old man. The Conjuring 2 2016 The entity says its name is Bill Wilkins, who is 72 years old, and demands that everyone leave his home.

At the Nottingham home, the children sleep in the living room. The Conjuring 2 2016 While everyone else is asleep, Billy walks through the house and encounters a creature that takes the form of The Crooked Man, reciting the nursery rhyme monstrously and chasing Billy. The Conjuring 2 2016 When he runs to tell his mom and the others, Janet emerges with the creepy voice saying the rhyme. The Conjuring 2 2016 She then lets out a horrifying sound that shatters the glass in the room. The Conjuring 2 2016 She passes out and starts foaming at the mouth.

A priest goes to the Warren home and plays an audio recording of the interview for Ed and Lorraine to listen to. The Conjuring 2 2016 The priest asks them to help in this case. The Conjuring 2 2016 Lorraine is hesitant as she explains to Ed the vision she saw of his death. The Conjuring 2 2016 He thinks it’s a sign that maybe she is meant to prevent it. The Conjuring 2 2016 They decide to head over to England.

The Warrens arrive in Enfield and meet the Hodgsons. The Conjuring 2 2016 Peggy shows Ed the bedroom that is now trashed, and the walls are covered in crosses. The Conjuring 2 2016 They proceed to lock the room with a chain. The Conjuring 2 2016 Lorraine meets Janet outside her house, sitting on the swingset. The Conjuring 2 2016 Janet expresses her sadness that people are avoiding her over the supposed haunting. The Conjuring 2 2016 Lorraine comforts her in saying that maybe one person can help change things, like Ed has for her. The Conjuring 2 2016 Janet says the voice she hears says it wants to hurt Lorraine.

The Warrens, along with Maurice and other crew members, gather in the Hodgson living room to try and communicate with the spirit. The Conjuring 2 2016 Janet sits in the chair and starts speaking with the voice of Bill Wilkins once the adults turn their backs to her. The Conjuring 2 2016 Ed pulls out his cross necklace and puts it in front of Janet’s face, making Bill sound distressed. The Conjuring 2 2016 He yells something unintelligible before everything seems to calm down.

The Warrens talk to the other investigators with the evidence they have. The Conjuring 2 2016 Anita is the most skeptic, thinking Janet is playing some kind of game. The Conjuring 2 2016 Ed also appears to have doubts himself.

The Warrens stay with the Hodgsons for the night. The Conjuring 2 2016 Janet finds herself in the bedroom with the crosses. The Conjuring 2 2016 They all start to turn upside down before Janet is attacked by Bill’s ghost. The Conjuring 2 2016 Her screams alert the adults, who rush to unlock the door to get Janet out.

On another occasion, Peggy brings Ed downstairs to the basement to inspect her water problem that left the basement flooded. The Conjuring 2 2016 Peggy thinks she sees someone behind Ed, but the ghostly vision of Bill is in the water and grabs Peggy. The Conjuring 2 2016 Ed helps her break free.

The children take a liking to the Warrens as they maintain their stay. The Conjuring 2 2016 After Peggy notes that her ex-husband took the music from the house, Ed buys an Elvis record for the kids to listen to. The Conjuring 2 2016 Unfortunately, the record player stopped working. The Conjuring 2 2016 Undeterred, Ed picks up a guitar and starts playing “Can’t Help Falling in Love With You”. The Conjuring 2 2016 He also convinces the kids to never let bullies get them down.

Lorraine speaks with Maurice privately. The Conjuring 2 2016 He says they are about to be part of history. The Conjuring 2 2016 Lorraine is uncertain with his comment, but he adds that he lost his daughter years ago and has been hoping to communicate with her in some way if it were possible.

On another night, the kids hear noises coming from the kitchen. The Conjuring 2 2016 Johnny decides to investigate to fight this “bully”. The Conjuring 2 2016 Margaret then screams as Janet disappears. The Conjuring 2 2016 She pops up in the kitchen with a knife, and the door lock. The Conjuring 2 2016 The adults try to get into the kitchen as things are being thrown around. The Conjuring 2 2016 They find chairs and dishware broken all over the kitchen, but Johnny and Janet are nowhere to be found. The Conjuring 2 2016 They eventually do find Johnny, and Janet is stuck inside an electrical box, speaking another unintelligible message before getting pulled out.

Anita shows the Warrens video evidence of Janet herself throwing things in the kitchen to give the appearance of a haunting, making it look more obvious that she was faking. The Conjuring 2 2016 Peggy sends everyone out of the house. The Conjuring 2 2016 Later, as the kids also believe Janet was faking, she tells them that “it” was going to hurt her family if she didn’t do what was told of her.

The Warrens board the train to head home, even as Lorraine continues to express uncertainty over how it just appeared Janet was faking when a camera was pointed at her. The Conjuring 2 2016 Ed then plays the recordings of Bill’s voice, which he realizes are connected. The Conjuring 2 2016 Played together, the messages come out to “Help me! It won’t let me go!” Lorraine is then pulled into another vision. The Conjuring 2 2016 She sees the real Bill Wilkins (Bob Adrian) sitting in his chair, no longer threatening. The Conjuring 2 2016 He speaks in a riddle to Lorraine before the demon nun appears behind Bill and takes him away. The Conjuring 2 2016 This leads Lorraine to realize that Bill is just a pawn, and this demon is the true threat. The Conjuring 2 2016 They rush back to the Hodgson home while trying to decipher the riddle. The Conjuring 2 2016 Ed figures that Bill meant to say they need to find the demon’s name in order to have power over it.

The Warrens return to find the family locked outside the house in the pouring rain. The Conjuring 2 2016 Ed tries to break in through the back. The Conjuring 2 2016 Lightning strikes the tree in front of the house, leaving a sharpened stem that Lorraine recognizes as the thing that kills Ed in her vision. The Conjuring 2 2016 She tries to figure out the demon’s name before realizing she already DOES know it. The Conjuring 2 2016 She looks into her bible and sees from her scribbling that the demon’s name is Valak. The Conjuring 2 2016 She rushes into the house to go after Ed.

Ed is partially blinded when a pipe bursts and sprays steam in his face. The Conjuring 2 2016 He stumbles and is attacked by The Crooked Man before coming across the room where Janet is. The Conjuring 2 2016 She stands by the window as it shatters, leaving her an opening to jump onto the stem. The Conjuring 2 2016 Ed rushes to grab her, just catching her as he holds onto the curtains that are ripping. The Conjuring 2 2016 Lorraine reaches the room and tries to save Ed, but Valak emerges and holds Lorraine back. The Conjuring 2 2016 Lorraine utters the demon’s name and condemns it back to Hell. The Conjuring 2 2016 Lorraine runs to save Ed and Janet in the nick of time. The Conjuring 2 2016 Janet is just fine.

In the morning, everything has calmed down. The Conjuring 2 2016 Peggy and Janet thank the Warrens for helping them. The Conjuring 2 2016 A brief text is followed that states that the Enfield haunting became one of the most notorious cases in history. The Conjuring 2 2016 Peggy Hodgson continued living in the house for 40 years until she died in the same chair as Bill Wilkins.

The Warrens return home. The Conjuring 2 2016 Ed takes the Crooked Man turntable and puts it in his museum (right across from Annabelle, no less). The Conjuring 2 2016 He then hears music playing from upstairs. The Conjuring 2 2016 Lorraine put on “Can’t Help Falling in Love With You”. The Conjuring 2 2016 The two of them then share a dance.

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  • Richard Brener known as executive producer
  • Rob Cowan known as producer
  • Walter Hamada known as executive producer
  • Jenny Hinkey known as co-producer
  • Dave Neustadter known as executive producer
  • Peter Safran known as producer
  • James Wan known as producer


Watch The Conjuring 2 (2016) Free Full Movie Watch Online HD FullCast & Crew:
 

  • Patrick Wilson known as Ed Warren
  • Vera Farmiga known as Lorraine Warren
  • Madison Wolfe known as Janet Hodgson
  • Frances O’Connor known as Peggy Hodgson
  • Lauren Esposito known as Margaret Hodgson
  • Benjamin Haigh known as Billy Hodgson
  • Patrick McAuley known as Johnny Hodgson
  • Simon McBurney known as Maurice Grosse
  • Maria Doyle Kennedy known as Peggy Nottingham
  • Simon Delaney known as Vic Nottingham
  • Franka Potente known as Anita Gregory
  • Bob Adrian known as Bill Wilkins
  • Robin Atkin Downes known as Demon Voice (voice)
  • Bonnie Aarons known as Demon Nun
  • Javier Botet known as Crooked Man
  • Steve Coulter known as Father Gordon
  • Abhi Sinha known as Harry Whitmark
  • Chris Royds known as Graham Morris
  • Sterling Jerins known as Judy Warren
  • Daniel Wolfe known as Kent Allen
  • Annie Young known as Constable Heeps
  • Elliot Joseph known as Constable Peterson
  • Debora Weston known as Talk Show Host
  • Cory English known as Skeptic Kaplan
  • Joseph Bishara known as Demon
  • Emily Tasker known as Camilla
  • Kate Cook known as Mrs. The Conjuring 2 2016 More
  • Carol Been known as Lollipop Woman
  • Shannon Kook known as Drew Thomas
  • Holly Hayes known as Audience Member
  • Lance C. The Conjuring 2 2016 Fuller known as Audience Member
  • Jennifer Collins known as Louise Defeo
  • Thomas Harrison known as Peter
  • Aaron Hay known as Boom Operator
  • Edward Losch known as Seance Participant
  • Christof Veillon known as Maurice
  • Whitehead Zac known as Bartender
  • Claire Ashton known as Theatre Audience / Market Lady (uncredited)
  • Kishore Bhatt known as Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Sarah Cortez known as Dawn (uncredited)
  • Gioacchino Jim Cuffaro known as Neighbour (uncredited)
  • Helen Dashwood known as Theatre Audience / Street shopper (uncredited)
  • Michael DeBartolo known as Ronald DeFeo Sr. The Conjuring 2 2016 (uncredited)
  • Nancy DeMars known as Woman Walking Dog (uncredited)
  • Diego Gomez known as John Matthew (uncredited)
  • Joy Isa known as Market Trader (uncredited)
  • Danny Jackson known as Aaron (uncredited)
  • Patrick Carney Junior known as Gentleman Smoker (uncredited)
  • Jason Liles known as Crooked Man shadow (uncredited)
  • Teresa Mahoney known as Carol Singer (uncredited)
  • Felix J. The Conjuring 2 2016 Micklewhite known as Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Alexa Najera known as Allison Defeo (uncredited)
  • Glenn Povéy known as Rocker – Musician (uncredited)
  • Mike Sengelow known as News Reporter (uncredited)
  • Noush Skaugen known as Mom (uncredited)
  • Maddyson Skentelbery known as School Girl (uncredited)
  • Jamie Soricelli known as Shadow Nun (uncredited)
  • Gone Thursday known as Michael (uncredited)
  • John Trevillion known as Schoolboy (uncredited)

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  1. mungflesh from London, England says:

    The Conjuring 2 doesn’t waste time in bringing the scares in. By that,I mean you’re pretty much in the thick of it within three minutes orso, being given some background (via another very notorious hauntingincident) for what is to follow.

    The Warrens are sent on behalf of the church to investigate someparanormal activity which is whipping up a media storm in Enfield,England and, as per the first movie, they go and attempt to work theirmagic on the situation. As per the first movie, a family is beinghaunted and they fear for their sanity and lives. There are a few newtwists this time round, so all does not play out as before – but it’snot a complete departure from the format, which might have made it abit more gripping in places.

    James Wan’s trademark visual style is repeated in this movie – his bagof tricks sometimes yielding a sense of deja vu but generally workinglike a charm. When it’s intended to scare, it really does. The scarescome a bit more frequently than in the first movie and do manage tobuild a lot of tension, even if you’ve seen the original, so well doneto Wan for that.

    What’s really enjoyable about this movie, is its nostalgic recreationof 70s England. Wan has really done a great job of this, which issurprising given that he’s not from there. Also, the central supportrole of Janet Hodgson is pretty crucial to empathising with the Enfieldfamily and Madison Wolfe gives a solid performance.

    It’s arguable this one is as strong as the first. I really enjoyed itand would recommend it to anyone who enjoyed part one, or indeed likesmovies of a haunting or possession theme.

    Stick around for the credits – the music is seriously unsettling!

  2. Pipe Carrillo Buitrago from Colombia says:

    James Wan is the genuine Sir Alfred Hitchcock of the 21st century

    Three years ago, the world went crazy with the 5th invention of theMalay director, James Wan – my king, master and role model -. “TheConjuring” triumphs in critics and box office bringing a breakthroughand resurgence to horror movies in the last decade, it was comparedwith classics like “The Exorcist” and “The Omen” and is considered asthe master jewel of Malayan and the cinematographic of horror. Wan hascontinuously been providing us great achievements in commercial films,since his major debut as a director with “Saw” in 2004 to his firstaction film “7 Furious” last year; his shiny and original style toportray suspense and horror through each frame, has made to thedirector reaches to the top of podium of the films, not only in thehorror genre, also the action genre, and we hope more he’ll try toexperiment.

    “The Conjuring 2” opens the same iconic way that its predecessor, nowis the famous case of Amityville (112 Ocean Avenue) which reveals to Edand Lorraine Warren, the renowned paranormal investigators duo.Amityville was the event that gave them renown and recognition toinvestigators, but not by their horrible experiences, but by unbeliefand ignorance of the people, which didn’t believe it possible thatthose things happen. Later, within the film, we continue to validatingin a 90s TV Show lack of confidence and credibility of the peopletowards the Warrens. Ironically, that skepticism would be powered oncemore with the Enfield Poltergeist, the case more documented toparanormal level. The famous massacre (DeFeo family) has been adaptedmillions and millions of times a big screen, however, Wan manages tosave that gloomy essence of the night of the murder and projects it ofa delirious and disturbing way in Lorraine’s head, from the firstminutes, “HORROR” genre shines.

    The Enfield Case is adapted with purity and splendor of a scriptcredited to Carey Hayes and Chad Hayes & James Wan and David LeslieJohnson. Wan dodges references of the two small programs have focusedon the event (BBC’s “Ghostwatch” and Timothy Spall’s miniseries) todevelop to Ed and Lorraine in the story (in real life, Warrens had notthe least significance in the case, they only evidenced it one night).The film takes its time – somebody says that enough, I for one, themore see James’s delights more I go crazy – to introduces thedestabilized life of Peggy Hodgson (Frances O’Connor). The eventshappened in a interval between 1977 and 1979, to capture each sublimemoment of the epoch, it was vital the intervention of the Department ofcostume led by Kristin Burke, the Department of light and art led byFiona Gavin, A. Todd Holland and Andrew Rothschild, which notexaggerated in capturing the atmosphere of the 70s and 80s. Wan isamazing to recreate complex and refined milieus and sets, every shadow,square, furniture, door, toy and even each color play a fundamentalrole in the creation of the style of the director, a director who isdelicately precise with his details, even though was a humble house,without many luxuries or support tools, the visual tension isconcurrent.

    On a night as any, Hodgson family is sleeping peacefully after a tiringday. Two of the four children, Janet (Madison Wolfe) and Margaret(Lauren Esposito) are awakened abruptly from their nap by an unknownentity, immediately, they go to tell what happened them to her mother,who refuses to believe and finds an Ouija board manually made by herdaughters. Next day, harassment persist more sharply up to the pointthat the mother experiences with her own eyes paranormal events -James’s interesting proposal to not to fall into the cliché that nobodybelieves them. Meanwhile, a suggestive sub-plot takes place in Warrenfamily. Lorraine tends to keep fragments of each case and in theirlatest investigations, she sees to the Demon Nun (Bonnie Aarons), asuperb and shocking demonic nun who torments them with a sinisterintent, that purpose will intertwine of a sumptuous way with Hodgson’sending (which never happened).

    Wan knows how to distort every trick in his favor, rung by rungconstruction makes that final climax has really earned. Wan isdistinguished by the ability to frighten or intimidate the audiencewith shots both day as at night, he knows play and combine the toolsthat possesses, knows to keep constant tone of his film, he doesn’tallow his audience to sleep, and even though this time he uses to morejump-scares than its predecessor, are equally enjoyable and are notshamelessly used. All of the above is essential in the foundations,however, the actors take all the credit Ed, Lorraine, Peggy and herfour children (especially Janet) are fabulous, measured andcharismatic.

    “The Conjuring 2” is credited with the title “Horror film of the year”and is used for viewing the constant advancement of its director withinthe genre, it’s hard to watch and hear, the film is not suitable forhearts or minds weak, “The Conjuring 2” an instant classic.

  3. Lachlan_Saunders from Victoria, Australia says:

    I was able to see ‘The Conjuring 2’ at an advanced screening last nightand I left feeling surprisingly satisfied. I can’t remember the lasttime I saw a horror sequel that was able to hold it’s own against it’spredecessor, but with James Wan at the helm; I went in cautiouslyoptimistic.

    Let me say off the bat that this movie is legitimately scary. It’s thescariest horror film I’ve seen in a while and it does have geniusscares, despite having many in the first half that felt a little cheap.This brings me to my biggest problem with ‘The Conjuring 2’. Thoughthis movie is consistently intense and definitely never boring, I feltthat the first 50-or-so minutes were often formulaic and ineffective.This is a structural problem that I had and I’m sure it won’t be aproblem for many audience members.

    That entire first act consists of many individual scenes that all endin a scare, and the majority of these scares don’t necessarily feelearned. So as a result; this section of the film often feels repetitiveand drawn out. By this, I mean that one specific character reacts toone disturbing scare by not telling anyone about it. It also includes afew clichés that didn’t greatly affect the plot and wouldn’t be missed(e.g Ouija board, children hearing something and getting out of bed tolook for it; seriously this happens way too many times in this movie).I’m perfectly fine with film-makers experimenting with structure, butI’m afraid it just didn’t work for me in this movie. In fact it’sa-scare-a-scene design came off as conventional and peddling to themasses. I think the film would have benefited from a greater focus onslow-building tension.

    Any problems within the troubled first act are nothing in comparison tothe tension and legitimate terror rife throughout the last hour. Infact I feel confident enough in saying that I found this film to beeven scarier than the first in the series.

    I found the music to be nothing particularly standout on it’s own, butit worked well within the context of the movie and is greatlyresponsible for the tension created throughout. The performances fromPatrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga were very good and the child actorswere able to hold their own and not be just “good for kids”. This filmtook risks in it’s presentation including the design of many of theentities seen throughout, and I thought that this mostly remainedeffective.

    So overall; I found this to be an extremely successful horror film. Iadmire James Wan’s ambition and I was impressed by his masterful use oflong takes. I felt that the flaws in this film were greatly outweighedby it’s achievements and I will definitely be checking it out againsoon. In my opinion this is the best horror sequel since ‘Evil Dead II’and I would definitely recommend it. Go check it out!

  4. Sivra Snape from United States says:

    I was really surprised about what an amazing job James Wan did withthis sequel. From the very start it captures you and keeps you attachedto the screen. There is no way you can get bored. I loved the suspensethat goes increasing pretty quickly through the whole film, I couldfeel my heart in my ears beating faster as the atmosphere grew creeperand creeper. I enjoyed all the small details threw around such as thename of the demon that was showed in the Warren’s house more than oncein the background, leaving me with the question “Why that word keepsbeing repeated? Nobody in that house has that name!” only at the end Ifigured out what it meant. I absolutely adored the whole plot and theplot twist within. Make up and special effects were crazy, they madeyou get chills running down your spine. The soundtrack was impeccable,it played a big part in creating the right atmosphere. Few jump scares,very well situated, some of them very unpredictable. Didn’t see acouple of them coming, at all. I found that Vera Farmiga was absolutelystunning with her performance in this movie. I loved the way Lorrainehad her “moment” when stepping in to save her husband condemning thedemonic entity back to hell. She was incredibly intense. Personally, Ithink Patrick Wilson did a better job in this movie compared to thefirst. I felt like Ed and his relationship with Lorraine was a lot morehighlighted. I highly recommend this movie. If you are a fan of theparanormal you can’t miss it.

  5. jdogkg from United States says:

    I was really counting on this movie to raise my scare level to the top,and if you haven’t seen this movie, you have no idea what I am talkingabout! Oh my gosh, this film was freaking terrifying! For three years Iwas plagued with nightmares of the first movie, and i didn’t think anymovie could be more scary. Conjuring 2 definitely proved me wrong! Notonly were there jump scares but REAL horror, not just being startled bya loud noise but James Wan shows us what real horror is. There weremany rising suspense scenes and you have no idea what will happen. Thatis what scary is! Demons are what true scariness are. What lurks in thedarkness is something to be terrified about. And this movie shows usthis perfectly. Like I said it does have jump scares, and I appreciatedthat, why? BECAUSE NONE IF THEM ARE FALSE, they were not a cat jumpingout or a character popping out, every single one was real and lived upto the rising suspense that was built up. Not only is it scary but itis an awesome story. As a matter of fact a TRUR STORY. It was very welltold and unlike most horror movies today it actually had a PLOT. Thetwist in the end is brilliant, unpredictable and pieced together theplot elements well. Also greatly shot, greatly acted and greatcharacter development. Unlike most horror movies this has LikableCHARACTERS. Unlike most horror movies it’s not a gore fest or hascountless swear words, it’s rated R JUST because of how SCARY it is. Ilove James Wan he is terrific at what he does. Every horror directornow days NEEDS to see the insidious trilogy and of course the 2conjuring movies. This has restored my faith in horror movies! Idefinitely recommend it. See it with your spouse, friends, girlfriendor boyfriend (definitely do not bring your kids) and you will have thethrill of a lifetime! By the way you might want to look under your bedtonight! ?

  6. ferna_oe from Chile says:

    Don’t take me wrong. I did not hate The conjuring 2. It is an enjoyablefilm, in many terms. But I need to stress out, that this is one of themany films that have come lately, which is absolutely all about sellingthe product. The Hype. The anticipation. The goal of the producers lies1 second after the ticket is sold, and not quite 1 second after thefilm is over. The conjuring 2 takes its context out of a verydocumented paranormal case which took place in England in 1977. Itnarrates the story of a family of 5, single mom, and 4 children, whichare tormented by a spirit, and who eventually, get to be assisted byexperts-in-these-topics Ed and Loraine Warren.

    The premise might not be original at all, but it still works. Theproblem comes when such a premise is used at an attempt to pull off anover 2 hours long feature film.

    About 30 minutes in, you will start to notice that this film isdesperate. It is desperate to make you scared and live up to its owntrailers and expectations. It might succeed on some (mostly childrenunder 14 who sneaked inside the theater or whose irresponsible parentslied about their age at the ticket booth). But seasoned horror filmenthusiasts will be able to anticipate almost every single jump-scareor even take a leap of faith and predict the outcome of a whole scene.Why? Because everything that happens in the conjuring 2, you havealready seen or experienced in other films. This is the type of filmyou can watch with a notebook and start checking those clichés as theyappear. The effort through which the writers struggled to come out withanything barely original or “never seen” before is noticeable, andevery time they fail. Now considering this film is 110+min long, youwill get tired quickly of hearing a loud noise, the a scream, and thesome generic paranormal door slam, or furniture dash, because ithappens a lot, and it get old a lot faster.

    Don’t get me wrong. It is not a trash film. Production values alone areworth the ticket. The film is beautifully filmed, in dark and ominouscolors, and the house looks stunning even in almost 95% darkness. Themusic is interesting and tense, and the acting is top notch. (And thevile nun got myself quite convinced it was Marilyn Manson) But ifyou’re there for the technical specs of it, you could have gone toother place to watch Citizen Kane.

    It saddens me a little, to be witness of the decadence of the horrorgenre. Where most of the production money goes towards jump-scareroller-coaster rides like this one. The recipe for box office successwas found, and they just keep making the same cake with differentglazing. You will probably notice that before the film even starts,when you see that 4 trailers, and then you cannot make the differencebetween the 4 generic horror movies you’ve been shown. Probably youwon’t even be able to recall the names of the films. Because it doesn’tmatter. 3 stars. Enjoyable overall, but terribly generic.

  7. Mark Burnham from United States says:

    The Conjuring 2 is directed by James Wan and stars Vera Farmiga andPatrick Wilson. The Conjuring 2 is an excellent horror movie and just aflat out great movie in general. From the camera-work to theperformances this movie delivers on all fronts. The plot follows afamily in poverty in Einfield,England that start experiencing strangehappenings in their home. After things become much worse over a periodof time The Warrens are contacted to come and help. This is a veryscary movie thanks to James Wan’s direction from lingering and trackingshots he is truly a master behind the camera. The scares come quiteoften as scenes will linger and bring a huge sense of tension and getyou when your not expecting it bringing some very frightening scenes.Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilsons performances are excellent as you buyinto their relationship and learn some lessons on marriage. Thechildren actors have the be given credit too as they are great in thisfilm. These kids are terrified of the haunting and you will feel theirdread. I am so satisfied with this film generally people worry abouthorror sequels usually because they can turn out unsuccessful, but I amhappy to report as a big fan of the first movie this is just as great.

  8. Agent Dice from Hard Pond Street says:

    First, the all-important question: Is The Conjuring 2 scary? Like, jumpout of your seat, watch through your outstretched fingers scary? Theanswer to that is “yes.” Under James Wan’s direction, even the mostclichéd haunted-house tropes (and this movie is bursting with them) aregenuinely creepy, and although the movie isn’t overly reliant on jumpscares, the ones it does use—well, they work. On a lizard-brain level,The Conjuring 2 taps into the universal childhood fear of the dark, andsome of its simplest moments—like a little girl hiding under the coverswith a flashlight—are its most effective, bolstered by skillfullyexecuted sound design and Don Burgess’ gloomy cinematography.

    Speaking of tropes, that’s where the “based on a true story” bit comesin. The main plot of the film revolves around a real-life incidentknown as the Enfield Poltergeist, an extremely well-documented case ofa supposed ghost who terrorized the Hodgson family of North London from1977 to 1979 and was apparently a fan of the classics: knocking onwalls, shaking beds, throwing furniture, and even the occasionalhaunted kid’s toy. And as malevolent spirits often do, it picked on oneof the children in particular, 11-year-old Janet Hodgson (MadisonWolfe). Call it a collective delusion, or a desperate cry for attentionfrom a disturbed child. Or call it what the movie very explicitly callsit: The Devil.

    With this installment, the Conjuring movies may have overtaken TheExorcist as the most Christian of horror franchises, taking place in auniverse where the Catholic Church is the spiritual S.H.I.E.L.D. anddemon hunters Ed (Patrick Wilson) and Lorraine Warren (Vera Farmiga)its holy roller super-agents. The film opens with the Warrensinvestigating the famous Amityville case, during the course of whichLorraine first encounters the hellish presence that will haunt her forthe next few years. Fearing for his life, she begs her husband tosuspend any future paranormal investigations, to which he reluctantlyagrees. Until, that is, a priest arrives to give them their nextmission: Travel to London and confirm the veracity of reports of ademonically tinged haunting.

    Both Farmiga and Wilson are given their chance to shine in spooky setpieces—Farmiga early on in the film, Wilson later. But while they’reboth convincing in spiritual warrior mode, Wan’s decision to play upthe romance between the two doesn’t quite work. We knew that theWarrens were a happily married couple in the first movie, but havingthem each individually tell the story of their paranormal love and Edmake suggestive comments about the sleeping arrangements seems odd,maybe because they’re flirting in front of a possessed pre-teen whosesoul is currently in the process of being swallowed by the Pit. (On theother hand, this is just another day at the office for the Warrens.)The non-horror elements of the film are uneven in general: The score,so effective in the fright scenes, suddenly evokes eye rolls whenthings start to get sentimental, and there’s one scene of unintentionalcomedy where the film’s retro ’70s setting—another element downplayedin the first film but foregrounded here—collides with its demonicimagery in an honestly pretty silly way. (The Conjuring 2 shares itspredecessor’s eye for period details, some of which seem out-and-outridiculous until they’re juxtaposed with photos of their real-lifecounterparts in the end credits. The on-the-nose pop music gets no suchredemption.) That being said, there are also some truly funny moments,like a shot of the Hodgson family running from their haunted houseafter a particularly intense bout of psychokinetic activity that riffson smartasses’ favorite retort, “Why don’t they just move?” (And, forthe record, they don’t move because it’s public housing, and the localcouncil, which is naturally quite skeptical of the whole “ghost” thing,has to approve the relocation.) It’s also worth noting that TheConjuring 2 is more than two hours long, allowing for lots ofescalation. And while each individual haunting scene can bewhite-knuckle intense, by the dozenth or so such shock, the film startsto lose momentum. So the final confrontation, when it does come, is arelief in more ways than one. The long running time also allows Wan tooverthink his demonology: The main villain, an infernal nun, isappropriately nightmarish, if reminiscent of the veiled “Bride InBlack” from Wan’s own Insidious. What’s less compelling is theinsertion of the “Crooked Man,” a storybook scarecrow monster thatstarts spreading Babadook-esque chaos about halfway through and isexplained as the demon assuming a form that’s familiar to the Hodgsons.Which would be fine, if it weren’t for the two familiar forms that thespirit has taken already.

    When The Conjuring 2 focuses its efforts on scaring the audience, itsucceeds, wildly. And why wouldn’t it? Wan’s got his horror techniquelocked down at this point. It’s the parts where it wanders away fromthe basics of creating and releasing tension that prevent it fromoutdoing its predecessor.

  9. m-shellby from Sunshine Coast, Queensland says:

    Wow wow wow!! I’ve never been much of a fan of sequels but TheConjuring 2 was incredible. I’m never one to jump at everything ‘scary’I see in movies as usually you’ve seen it all before & let’s be honest,nothing really scares you much when your not a teenager anymore.However The Conjuring had me jumping all over the place. At one point Ieven yelped, much to my embarrassment, but that’s why we go to horrormovies! To be scared & the conjuring didn’t disappoint. All actors gaveamazing performances & the story had you never in a state of boredom.Walking out of the cinema I couldn’t wait to see what The Conjuring 3would bring! (Assuming we’re lucky enough for another). Definitely amovie to see in the cinema. I give it 10/10!! Great movie!!

  10. KhangNg19 from Vietnam says:

    The thing about The Conjuring series is that it screams classic rightat the first few scenes and just works its way up from there. While TheConjuring is definitely being remembered as one of the most excellenthorror movies in decades, its sequel does even a better job byproviding some extra well-done scenes that are not normally seen withinthe gerne.

    But how about the scare part? Is it scary? Definitely yes. Don’t bothercomparing it to the first one. Just enjoy the movie and you will findyourself holding your breath until the very last moment.

    Vera Farmiga was superb. Her presence was so strong, and powerful thatshe managed to pull the viewer through all kind of emotions. PatrickWilson was also wonderful indeed. There are some subtle little hintsabout a sequel here and there in the movie. If those two continues tostar (and also with James Wan), there is no doubt that it would beanother masterpiece.

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