The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It is part of the popular horror series and based on the case files of real-life paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren.
The film begins with a difficult exorcism of a young boy. The spirit then moves to his older brother, who later commits a crime while possessed.
Ed and Lorraine negotiate with the police to help them solve a missing persons case, in exchange for looking at some police files. They have the vital clues they need and discover a voodoo curse has been summoned.
The case was the first time in U.S. history that a murder suspect would claim demonic possession as a defense.
I was pleasantly surprised to find the storyline interesting and compelling. It’s more like a supernatural crime slash murder. Warning – You may never want to sleep in a water bed ever again.
If you enjoy horror films, then The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It is worth a watch in cinemas.
About The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It
Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson return to star as Lorraine and Ed Warren, under the direction of Michael Chaves (“The Curse of La Llorona”). The film also stars Ruairi O’Connor (Starz’ “The Spanish Princess”), Sarah Catherine Hook (Hulu’s “Monsterland”) and Julian Hilliard (the series “Penny Dreadful: city of Angels” and “The Haunting of Hill House”).
The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It” was produced by James Wan and Peter Safran, who have collaborated on all the “Conjuring” Universe films. Chaves directed from a screenplay by David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick (“The Conjuring 2,” “Aquaman”), story by James Wan & David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick, based on characters created by Chad Hayes & Carey W. Hayes. Serving as executive producers were Richard Brener, Dave Neustadter, Victoria Palmeri, Michael Clear, Judson Scott and Michelle Morrissey.
The behind-the-scenes creative team reunited “Conjuring” Universe contributors, including director of photography Michael Burgess, production designer Jennifer Spence, costume designer Leah Butler and composer Joseph Bishara, along with the director’s editor from “The Curse of La Llorona,” Peter Gvozdas, and editor Christian Wagner (“Furious 7”).
“The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It” is the seventh film in the “Conjuring” Universe, the largest horror franchise in history, which has grossed more than $1.8 billion worldwide. It includes the first two “Conjuring” films, as well as “Annabelle” and “Annabelle: Creation,” “The Nun,” and “Annabelle Comes Home.”
New Line Cinema presents An Atomic Monster/A Peter Safran Production, “The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It.” It will be distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures.
The film opens in theatres and IMAX nationwide on 4 June 2021. It will be available on HBO Max for 31 days from theatrical release.
The film is rated R for terror, violence and some disturbing images.