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[Interview] James Wan On The Difficult Shoot Of 'Insidious: Chapter 2' And Which Film Is His True Goodbye To Horror

Director James Wan is having quite the year. After the phenomenal success of The Conjuring (and before being whisked away to direct Fast 7 for Universal) he found the time to once again collaborate with writer Leigh Whannell to finish what he started in 2010 by delivering Insidious: Chapter 2.

I spoke with him a few months back and we talked about the difficulties of returning to the indie world after the studio experience that was The Conjuring. Wan also elaborates on his break from horror and which film he wants to be seen as his swan song to the genre.

In theaters September 13, “The haunted Lambert family seeks to uncover the mysterious childhood secret that has left them dangerously connected to the spirit world.READ MORE

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'The Conjuring' Sequel To Feature Demons and Levitating Sisters?!

James Wan’s The Conjuring surpassed $100M here in the States. That’s insane. Who knows what exactly caused its monstrous success, but the fact that it was super fun and crazy scary probably had a lot to do with it…

New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. Pictures have fast-tracked a sequel, which would continue the adventures of Ed and Lorraine Warren, played by Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga, respectively. The movie bookends with a tease that the Warren’s next case involves the infamous house in The Amityville Horror, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that’s where the famous duo are heading.

According to Aint it Cool News, the case file writers Carey and Chad Hayes are looking at occurs in the late ’70s and centers on two sisters in Enfield, England, who were allegedly possessed. Warren said she personally saw them levitate and even saw one of the sister dematerialize in front of her only to be found 20 minutes later stuffed into an oversized fuse box, contorted in such an unnatural way that they couldn’t have replicated it if they tried. She also said that the demon spoke directly to her husband on many occasions. Warren cited this case as one of the most terrifying experiences of her career.

Doing a little bit of research on it, Quint discovered that this is widely considered a youngsters-playing-pranks case by most paranormal investigators.

The Conjuring is on the way to being the fourth highest grossing supernatural horror ever. Hot. Damn. READ MORE

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[Podcast] News From the Crypt EP 62: Monsters Ball

This month on the show we review The Conjuring, reminisce a bit and play some tracks off of Midnight Syndicate‘s new album Monsters of Legend! We also ask the simple question, “Why the f*ck does everyone like Sharknado so much!?”

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[BD Review] 'An American Ghost Story' Scores Tension and Scares

With The Conjuring scaring the crap out of everyone at the box office, it seems like it was only natural for the me-too films to start coming out of the woodwork to capitalize on the former’s success. One of those titles appears to be An American Ghost Story, which originally came out in 2012 and was entitled Revenant. Rather than unfairly hate on the film for that reason (which, come on, it’s pretty obvious what’s going on here), it’s only right to judge the film on it’s own merits. That is, of course, if the film isn’t a rip-off that was hastily repackaged to coincide with The Conjuring‘s release. This is definitely not the case.

Paul (Stephen Twardokus) is a struggling author who hopes a change in scenery will jumpstart his creative processes. The scenery in particular is a house that is purported to be haunted. The cause of the haunting is supposedly a result of a man killing his entire family and then himself several years prior. Paul hopes that his experiences will lead to a breakthrough in his writing. His girlfriend Stella (Liesel Kopp) decides to join him, as she too wants to experience the haunting. They even go so far as to redecorate the house as it was when the murders took place, so as to ensure an experience happens. Eventually, the house responds, big time.

Generally with a small cast, it’s integral that you have actors that can handle a lot and keep the audience tuned in, especially on a low budget. Luckily, both Stephen Twardokus and Liesel Kopp turn in great performances that are believable and realistic. Twardokus reminded me a little of Ethan Hawke’s Ellison in Sinister (except without the douchebagginess), in that both characters exhibit a curiousity and naïvity that eventually leaves them way over their heads. The shift in attitude once Twardokus’ Paul realizes how big of a mess he’s in is again done realistically and very noticeable. As for Kopp playing the more rational Stella, you can definitely feel the fear in her performace once she realizes (sooner than Paul) what’s going on. Great job from both of them.

Behind the camera, director/producer Derek Cole ratchets up the tension and suspense wonderfully, keeping you hooked. Whether it’s using initial jumps to get the adrenaline going, to using the slow-burn, almost agonizing build-ups to the payoff, Cole executes them perfectly. Part of this is due to a combination of editing and camera work. Cole uses a variety of shots and zooms, mixed in with some great editing. Another is from the lack of CGI. Everything is done in camera, and done well. The film is full of definite scares, but Cole wisely chooses to hold back on showing the good stuff at first, which has you wanting to see stuff just as bad as Paul. It’s very effective and keeps you wanting as you hide behind the couch.

Not that I did that, mind you.

Any sort of negatives I have towards the film are minor. Paul’s decision to remain in the house even after being left alone by Stella is kind of stupid. Granted, it goes with his naïvity and his character, but part of me (and I’m sure some of you feel the same way) is asking why he’s still in the damn house trying to piss off the ghosts. It’s kind of remedied by the sense you get from Paul when he’s being confronted by Stella about leaving. His thoughts conflict with one another, and the desire to actually get a potentially successful story written wins out. It also helps that Twardokus also co-wrote the story. Then there’s also the fact that the film clearly feels like it’s being re-released with a name change to capitalize on The Conjuring and An American Haunting. But given what Cole and company have crafted, I don’t blame them for this one, either.

So instead of being another derivative film that has jumped at the opportunity to capitalize on recent big budget haunted house features, we have a well-crafted, low budget film that features great acting with solid characters that has jumped at the opportunity to capitalize on recent big budget haunted house features. Really, I don’t mind it that much, since An American Ghost Story is done so well and is very creepy. If you have seen The Conjuring and are looking for more, give this film a spin. Likewise, if want to get into the mood before seeing James Wan’s haunted house feature, you can’t go wrong with An American Ghost Story.

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It's a Huge Deal That 'The Conjuring' Will Top $100M This Weekend...

As of this writing James Wan’s The Conjuring is the ninth highest grossing supernatural horror movie of all-time. The Warner Bros./New Line Cinema haunter, from the mind behind Saw and Insidious, is going to surpass $100M at the domestic box office this weekend, with no signs of slowing down.

This is a huge deal. Actually, it’s beyond massive. The Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Ron Livingston and Lili Taylor starrer is being called “too scary” by some critics, which is part of the film’s success. But what’s so astounding is that a studio – Warner Bros. in this instant – took a chance releasing a horror film mid-summer, July 19 to be exact. Typically, horror movies get destroyed in the summer shuffle that’s jam-packed with monster blockbusters. While you can say it was a weak opening weekend, the fact of the matter is that The Conjuring is a summer horror movie release that’s going into the record books. By the end of its miraculous run it could top $140M, which would put it ahead of Blair Witch Project, Paranormal Activity, The Ring and The Grudge for the fourth highest grossing supernatural horror film of all-time. To put it in perspective, his Saw film took in $55M and Insidious made $54. This is James Wan’s horror coup de grâce and is the perfect send-off to his newly minted, monstrous Hollywood career.

But why is it such a big deal that The Conjuring is on pace for $140M? Well, it tells the Hollywood community that horror is hotter than ever, that general audiences like to be scared, and that with proper promotion a good horror film can be insanely successful. Horror needs more support from the big studios, and should stop being treated like the black sheep of the sub-genres.

James Wan started a horror revolution in 2004 with Saw; hopefully the studios recognize the message The Conjuring is sending and be invigorated by is success that they’ll begin supporting horror the way it deserves. This could be the beginning of an era jam-packed with “fresh” ideas, as opposed to stale remakes and franchise sequels. 2014 could be pretty sweet, thanks to Wan, New Line and Warner Bros., both of whom deserve a standing ovation. READ MORE

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[News Bites] Jessica Lange Spotted On "Coven" Set; Puerto Rico Haunted By 'The Conjuring'; 'Bad Milo' Goes Green

Here’s a quick round of news bites, beginning with a look at star Jessica Lange on the set of the now-filming American Horror Story: Coven,” FX’s third season that’s coming this fall. The new “AHS” anthology is about a coven of witches. Check out some fan-snapped pics from the set by clicking here.

We also have a Latin poster for the Puerto Rico release of James Wan’s The Conjuring that’s 50% cool. It’s from the infamous “hand-clapping game” scene, only it comes off very limp on the poster. Wan’s haunter is nearly $00M at the domestic boxoffice, which is big news for the horror community.

Lastly, check out a green band trailer for Magnet’s Bad Milo!, which is supposed to be pretty hilarious. “The script centers on a man (Ken Marino) with intense stomach trouble who horror that he actually has a demon living inside his intestines. When he gives it permission to come out during a therapy session, the man names it Milo and tries to live a life in which he, not his demon, is in charge.” It opens on VOD August 29 and in theaters October 4. READ MORE

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Early Concepts For 'The Conjuring's' Creepy Annabelle Doll!

James Wan’s The Conjuring will always be remembered for the “Annabelle Doll,” the haunted doll that’s used in the film’s wrap around tale. It’s causing people to deem the haunter as “too scary.”

But before it was what you saw on screen, Italian artist Luca Nemolato created some earlier concepts that ultimately weren’t used in the supernatural tale that’s been kicking ass in the box office (it’s approaching $100M).

Dig on ‘em below.

Based on a true story, The Conjuring tells the horrifying tale of how world-renowned paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren were called upon to help a family terrorized by a dark presence in a secluded farmhouse. Forced to confront a powerful demonic entity, the Warrens find themselves caught in the most terrifying case of their lives.READ MORE

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[Random Cool] Jason Eisener's Found-Footage Short "One Last Dive"!

Reminding me a bit of Lucio Fulci’s Zombi 2, V/H/S/2 and Hobo with a Shotgun director Jason Eisener helmed a new short film that hits the bottom of the ocean.

Entitled “One Last Dive,” there’s something horrifying waiting on the ocean floor.

This found-footage short was part of an online horror anthology project aimed at promoting James Wan’s The Conjuring, now in theaters. “The 3:07 AM Project,” which seems oddly inspired by V/H/S, also features shorts by Ti West, Max Landis and Nacho Vigalondo.

Check out the “director’s cut” of Eisener’s piece below, as well as the full anthology. READ MORE

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[Comic-Con '13] Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson Already Signed For 'The Conjuring' Sequel! #SDCC

After a projected $37M opening weekend for James Wan’s The Conjuring, Warner Bros. has already announced the film will have a sequel.

During our chat with star Vera Farmiga about “Bates Motel,” Farmiga, who plays Lorainne Warren, revealed to Bloody Disgusting that both her and co-star Pattrick Wilson are already contractually locked into The Conjuring 2!

She tell us that she loves playing Lorraine, working with Patrick, and is so happy to continue in the part and with the franchise.

Based on a true story, The Conjuring tells the horrifying tale of how world-renowned paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren were called upon to help a family terrorized by a dark presence in a secluded farmhouse. Forced to confront a powerful demonic entity, the Warrens find themselves caught in the most terrifying case of their lives.

Read my positive review here. READ MORE

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[Fantasia '13] Jonny Gives His Take On 'The Conjuring'

There is something to be said about being scared. Your heart races. Sweat appears on your brow. You can’t sit still. Your ears strain to pick up each and every sound, no matter how insignificant. It’s a delicious feeling, one that I love. Unfortunately, and I’m sure many horror fans can empathize, it is a feeling that is becoming rarer and rarer each day. With each film I watch, my nerves become stronger, my threshold for fear larger. In short, it takes a helluva lot to scare me anymore.

When it was said that James Wan’s The Conjuring was rated R for simply being too scary to rate PG-13, I let myself feel some stirrings of hope. I wanted to believe that there was a film that could truly make me feel fear. Wan’s previous film Insidious came very close, seriously creeping me out at several times, but never reaching that point where I felt true fear. Still, I loved Insidious and hoped that Wan could take what he had done there and take it to a higher level. READ MORE

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[BD Review] Wolfman's Take On James Wan's 'The Conjuring'!

Despite his current status as one of horror’s current directorial darlings, especially with the announcement that he’s transitioning from horror to action with the next installment of The Fast and The Furious, I’ve had mixed feelings about most of James Wan’s films. At the time it was made, I thought Saw was a pretty terrifying concept, despite the poor writing and casting decisions that might have been made. I really enjoyed the first half of Insidious, but it really went off the rails and into a territory that I didn’t really enjoy, ultimately leaving me disappointed. Trailers for The Conjuring (Mr. Disgusting’s review0 had me intrigued, especially to see what Wan would come up with when he wasn’t collaborating with Leigh Whannel and that this was supposedly based on “true events”, and the result was a stylish haunted house film that didn’t really do anything new, but did those clichéd scares quite well and had some solid performances. Read on for the full review.
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The Devil's Hour Focus Of New 'The Conjuring' Featurette; Scare Prank Viral

Warner Bros. has released a new video featurette for James Wan’s The Conjuring, in theaters tomorrow, which focuses on “The Devil’s Hour” and real-life inspirations, the Warrens. In addition, we’ve also added a scare prank viral out of Australia that comes off both desperate and stupid (and maybe even fake) – you should watch it.

Before there was Amityville, there was Harrisville. Based on a true story, The Conjuring tells the horrifying tale of how world-renowned paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren were called upon to help a family terrorized by a dark presence in a secluded farmhouse. Forced to confront a powerful demonic entity, the Warrens find themselves caught in the most terrifying case of their lives.READ MORE

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[BD Review] Brad Says 'The Conjuring' Is The Best Supernatural Horror Film In Years!

I had a great time with The Conjuring, which hits theaters Tomorrow, July 19th! It’s a well paced haunted house movie that had at least two scenes that scared the sh*t out of me. I was thinking of doing my own take on it closer to the film’s release, but Brad (aka Mr. Disgusting) really hit all the bases in his review.

For a brief moment James Wan had reconnected me with my youth and rattled me. It’s a core-shaking sequence that’s so viciously terrifying, yet you barely see anything. It’s a master artist painting the most wonderful picture.

Read the whole thing here and be sure to write YOUR review here!! READ MORE

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Open The Warren Files In Latest 'The Conjuring' Promo

Warner Bros. has shared another interview-filled promo for James Wan’s The Conjuring, which focuses on the true story of “The Warren Files”.

Before there was Amityville, there was Harrisville. Based on a true story, The Conjuring tells the horrifying tale of how world-renowned paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren were called upon to help a family terrorized by a dark presence in a secluded farmhouse. Forced to confront a powerful demonic entity, the Warrens find themselves caught in the most terrifying case of their lives.

Opening in theaters this Friday, you can read our positive review here. READ MORE

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[Video Interview] Vera Farmiga And Patrick Wilson On Playing Ed And Lorraine Warren In 'The Conjuring'!

The Conjuring is a damn good ghost story. I think it’s easily one of the best supernatural thrillers in years (if not a decade). Late last month I headed to San Francisco to chat with the film’s cast and crew. Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson were in especially good spirits, though Farmiga was reticent to give away one of her secrets to being scared on camera. After the interview she showed me her inspiration on her iPhone, but I was sworn to secrecy.

“The Conjuring tells the horrifying tale of how world-renowned paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren were called upon to help a family terrorized by a dark presence in a secluded farmhouse. Forced to confront a powerful demonic entity, the Warrens find themselves caught in the most terrifying case of their lives.” In theaters July 19th, the film stars “Bates Motel’s” Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Ron Livingston, Lili Taylor, Joey King, Shanley Caswell, Haley McFarland, Mackenzie Foy, Kyla Deaver and Sterling Jerins.

Read Brad’s review here and be sure to check out my special report from the filming location. READ MORE

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New Line Turns 'The Conjuring' Into Franchise, Forgets It Owns 'A Nightmare On Elm Street,' Too...

Variety is reporting that, with The Conjuring (read our review) looking like a sleeper hit, New Line is already working on bringing a sequel to life.

James Wan’s demonic possession thriller opens Friday in the wake of off-the-charts test screening results and strong reviews. Set in Rhode Island in 1971, the story is based on the work of real-life paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren — portrayed by Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga. Ron Livingston and Lili Taylor play father and mother of the five Perron girls who were terrorized by the haunted house. READ MORE

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[Video Interview] Lili Taylor And Ron Livingston On Playing Real Life Victims Of 'The Conjuring'!!

The Conjuring is a damn good ghost story. I think it’s easily one of the best supernatural thrillers in years (if not a decade). A few weeks back I went to San Francisco to chat with the film’s creators and stars, and I definitely didn’t want to miss Lili Taylor and Ron Livingston. The film tasks them with the challenge of having to convey warmth and terror at the same time, and they more than rise to the occasion.

“The Conjuring tells the horrifying tale of how world-renowned paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren were called upon to help a family terrorized by a dark presence in a secluded farmhouse. Forced to confront a powerful demonic entity, the Warrens find themselves caught in the most terrifying case of their lives.” In theaters July 19th, the film stars “Bates Motel’s” Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Ron Livingston, Lili Taylor, Joey King, Shanley Caswell, Haley McFarland, Mackenzie Foy, Kyla Deaver and Sterling Jerins.

Read Brad’s review here and be sure to check out my special report from the filming location. READ MORE

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Get To Know Lorraine Warren In This Featurette For 'The Conjuring!'

It’s no secret at this point that The Conjuring, which is based on a true story, is pretty great. I interviewed Lorraine Warren, portrayed by Vera Farmiga in the film, la few weeks back. It’s a great conversation that you’ll be able to see next week. In the meantime, check out this featurette on her!

“The Conjuring tells the horrifying tale of how world-renowned paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren were called upon to help a family terrorized by a dark presence in a secluded farmhouse. Forced to confront a powerful demonic entity, the Warrens find themselves caught in the most terrifying case of their lives.

From James Wan, director of Saw, Insidious and Dead Silence, the haunter in theaters July 19 stars “Bates Motel’s” Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Ron Livingston, Lili Taylor, Joey King, Shanley Caswell, Haley McFarland, Mackenzie Foy, Kyla Deaver and Sterling Jerins.

Read Brad’s review here and be sure to check out my special report from the filming location. READ MORE

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[Random Cool] Watch 'The Conjuring' Trailer Made Out Of Paper!

Our good friend Travis Betz has painstakingly recreated Warner Bros. Pictures’ The Conjuring with paper. It looks like a lot of work went into it, and it’s well worth a few minites of your time.

In theaters July 19 from Saw and Insidious director James Wan, “Before there was Amityville, there was Harrisville. Based on a true story, The Conjuring tells the horrifying tale of how world-renowned paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren were called upon to help a family terrorized by a dark presence in a secluded farmhouse. Forced to confront a powerful demonic entity, the Warrens find themselves caught in the most terrifying case of their lives.

Read our review of The Conjuring here!

“Bates Motel’s” Vera Farmiga stars alongside Patrick Wilson, Ron Livingston, Lili Taylor, Joey King, Shanley Caswell, Haley McFarland, Mackenzie Foy, Kyla Deaver and Sterling Jerins. READ MORE

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Watch Several Clips From Haunter 'The Conjuring'!!

Warner Bros. provided Bloody Disgusting with a whopping 6 clips from The Conjuring, which is based on a true story.

Before there was Amityville, there was Harrisville.

“The Conjuring tells the horrifying tale of how world-renowned paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren were called upon to help a family terrorized by a dark presence in a secluded farmhouse. Forced to confront a powerful demonic entity, the Warrens find themselves caught in the most terrifying case of their lives.

From James Wan, director of Saw, Insidious and Dead Silence, the haunter in theaters July 19 stars “Bates Motel’s” Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Ron Livingston, Lili Taylor, Joey King, Shanley Caswell, Haley McFarland, Mackenzie Foy, Kyla Deaver and Sterling Jerins.

Read my positive review HERE! READ MORE

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UPDATE: New 'The Conjuring' Trailer Introduces Real-Life Inspirations

Warner Bros. has shared a third trailer for The Conjuring, which is based on a true story. The footage mixes in new footage and interviews with the real-life inspirations behind this summer’s biggest haunter. Update: We’ve gotten the all clear to re-post the trailer!

Before there was Amityville, there was Harrisville.

“The Conjuring tells the horrifying tale of how world-renowned paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren were called upon to help a family terrorized by a dark presence in a secluded farmhouse. Forced to confront a powerful demonic entity, the Warrens find themselves caught in the most terrifying case of their lives.

From James Wan, director of Saw, Insidious and Dead Silence, the haunter in theaters July 19 stars “Bates Motel’s” Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Ron Livingston, Lili Taylor, Joey King, Shanley Caswell, Haley McFarland, Mackenzie Foy, Kyla Deaver and Sterling Jerins.

Read my positive review HERE! READ MORE

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[Special Report] Crafting Real Scares On The Set Of 'The Conjuring'!!!

Warner Bros.’ The Conjuring, which is based on a true story, hits theaters on July 19th. In April of 2012 I visited the film’s set in Wilmington, North Carolina and was mightily impressed with what I saw.

It seemed at the time that they were making a smart, well-paced haunted house film that could play to adults as well as younger audiences. Guess what? They succeeded. The Conjuring is the best supernatural horror film in YEARS (I thoroughly agree with Brad’s review). The film “tells the horrifying tale of how world-renowned paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren were called upon to help a family terrorized by a dark presence in a secluded farmhouse. Forced to confront a powerful demonic entity, the Warrens find themselves caught in the most terrifying case of their lives.

From James Wan, director of Saw, Insidious and Dead Silence, the film stars Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Ron Livingston, Lili Taylor, Joey King, Shanley Caswell, Haley McFarland, Mackenzie Foy, Kyla Deaver and Sterling Jerins.

Check out my set report below. READ MORE

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[Interview] James Wan On The Set Of 'The Conjuring'!

Warner Bros.’ The Conjuring, which is based on a true story, hits theaters on July 19th. In April of 2012 I visited the film’s set in Wilmington, North Carolina, a report you can read in its entirety in approximately 1 minute.

This interview with director James Wan is heavily quoted in that piece, but since he’s such a strong voice in the current world of horror I thought it would be a good idea to print the entire conversation, conducted by myself and several other journalists, for your reading pleasure. Also, the movie’s great ( Brad’s review).

The film “tells the horrifying tale of how world-renowned paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren were called upon to help a family terrorized by a dark presence in a secluded farmhouse. Forced to confront a powerful demonic entity, the Warrens find themselves caught in the most terrifying case of their lives.” The film stars Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Ron Livingston, Lili Taylor, Joey King, Shanley Caswell, Haley McFarland, Mackenzie Foy, Kyla Deaver and Sterling Jerins.

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Fresh Gallery For James Wan's 'The Conjuring' Gives Us More Chills!

To go along with the massive batch already shared yesterday morning, we now have an insanely large image gallery for Warner Bros.’ The Conjuring, which is based on a true story.

Before there was Amityville, there was Harrisville.

“The Conjuring tells the horrifying tale of how world-renowned paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren were called upon to help a family terrorized by a dark presence in a secluded farmhouse. Forced to confront a powerful demonic entity, the Warrens find themselves caught in the most terrifying case of their lives.

From James Wan, director of Saw, Insidious and Dead Silence, the haunter in theaters July 19 stars “Bates Motel’s” Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Ron Livingston, Lili Taylor, Joey King, Shanley Caswell, Haley McFarland, Mackenzie Foy, Kyla Deaver and Sterling Jerins.

Check out a brand new batch of images just provided to Bloody.

Read my positive review HERE! READ MORE