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‘The Conjuring 2’ Blu-ray Boasts Cool Extra Features, Including Deleted Scenes!

The Conjuring Sequels

Resist the temptations of oppressive spirits when The Conjuring 2 (read Kalyn’s review) arrives onto Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD. New Line Cinema’s supernatural thriller The Conjuring 2, with James Wan (Insidious, Saw, Furious 7) once again at the helm following the record-breaking success of The Conjuring and bringing to the screen another real case from the files of renowned demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren.

Reprising their roles, Oscar nominee Vera Farmiga (Up In the Air, TV’s “Bates Motel”) and Patrick Wilson (the Insidious films), star as Lorraine and Ed Warren, who, in one of their most terrifying paranormal investigations, travel to north London to help a single mother raising four children alone in a house plagued by malicious spirits.

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Rounding out the cast are Frances O’Connor (TV’s The Missing) as the single mom, with Madison Wolfe (TV’s Zoo) and newcomers Lauren Esposito, Patrick McAuley and Benjamin Haigh as her children.

The Conjuring 2 (read Trace’s review, too) arrives on Blu-ray September 13, while digital retailers receive it beginning August 30.

“The Conjuring 2” Blu-ray and DVD contains the following special features:

  • The Enfield Poltergeist: Living The Horror
  • The Conjuring 2: Hollywood’s Haunted Stage
  • Creating Crooked
  • Crafting The Conjuring 2
  • Sounds of Scary
  • Deleted Scenes

Conjuring 2.

  • I was hoping there would be some director/cast commentary from James Wan or something because I noticed a lot of things hidden through the film that led to be important later on. But I guess I’ll take what I can get. These days, you don’t find a lot of extras on the home video releases, if any at all.

  • Khy

    Are these features more than 2 minutes long? I guess I should grateful it has any thing. What happened to the days when DVDs/BluRays used to be chock full of features? Now it’s like they slap the movie on there and throw it out to the wolves. Smh

    • J Jett

      Khy, so true! (and this is a dumb question but what does “smh” mean? i see it all over the place online and i don’t know what it means. lol).

      • Creepshow

        shaking my head

        • J Jett

          Creepshow, oh!! thanx! 🙂

    • Saturn

      I know, right?
      I usually buy my dvds/blu-rays used these days, as I don’t want to spend 15 quid on a movie without decent extras. I want at least ONE feature length documentary.

      • Khy

        I mean you look back ten or so years ago and how New Line SPOILED us with all of these amazing special features, deleted scenes, documentaries, and commentaries for films like Final Destination 2 and 3, Texas Chainsaw Massacre ’03, Freddy Vs Jason ect.

        I would always watch the movie and then spend the next two hours or more immersing myself in the special features. Also, all the features and looks behind the scenes stuff just gave you a better appreciation for that movie. Damn those were the days.

        • Saturn

          I miss the days of feature length documentaries on dvds, that used to come free with the movie.
          It seems now it’s more likely you have to buy the documentaries separately,

  • alwayswipetwice

    I’m assuming the lack of features just has to do with the supposed slow death of physical media (I say “supposed” because I’m a collector and know there’s plenty others, but honestly have no idea what the sales numbers have been like in comparison to past years).

    Still though — for one of the highest grossing horror movies/franchises of all time, you’d think they’d give it a little better treatment than this. I’m not really a fan of Wan’s, but I’m still really excited to see this and hope I’ll like it better than the first.

    • J Jett

      awtwice, i kind of sort of enjoyed the first film but i thought this sequel was MUCH MUCH better. it’s actually pretty good! i hope you like it too!

    • Creepshow

      It’s a decent movie, but it’s not without eye-rolls. You’ll know them when you see them. We’ll talk after you watch it bud. 😉

      • Saturn

        You mean the scene with the dog……right?
        That was a silly.
        The “voice” used as well instigated fits of laughter at the cinema I saw it in – but was pretty authentic to the “real” voice from the – ahem – “true” story.

        The movie was entertaining enough though and I look forward to the third in the series – especially if it’s going to be about – as rumoured – werewolves.

        • Creepshow

          There were a few. The Crooked Man thing as a whole, bugged me. And I wasn’t a fan of a ghost biting someone and losing his false teeth (ridiculous).

  • DJV1985

    I enjoyed the first film (mostly) until it became another generic possession/exorcism film up until that point it was pretty good but the new one (although I’ve yet to see it) seems like it’s coming along when a lot of other films and shows are using the Enfield incident and it might be a little over kill.

    I’m hoping it’s great or at least enjoyable but there’s something inside me, maybe the Britishness that’s leading me to question how good it actually is.

  • Barbara A. Wilson

    Excellent! And I hope we see more Conjuring films in the future. Ed and Lorraine are an amazing couple and I could watch them in a 1,000 films.