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The Devil Made Me Do It: The Conjuring Review



The Devil Made Me Do It

Conjuring has already released two parts which were super hit. Now its third part has been released that is “The Conjuring: The devil Made Me Do It.” one could declare that the very newest edition to the universe of Conjuring-The Devil Made Me Do It was only scanty scary at best. It appears that the third part of the horror series is getting away from their usual category by giving a sort of investigation thriller.

The movie is written by James Wan and David Leslie and directed by Michael Chaves. The movie Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It is highly motivated by David Fincher’s Seven with quirky elements such as a creaky old basement, a creepy old man who knows his way around it, and the people who get the chance only one to meet him, follow him down the whole way. Of course, yes, these kinds of things have grown old. After the series of spin-offs which are The Nun and Anabelle.

The third chapters of these series were totally off track and didn’t match the excitement and the terror and dread its predecessor offered in their parts. The movie sometimes lost its actual direction and went in an opposite direction. It was not required and was an unnecessary distraction from Arne’s case. It was just a forceful addition to the story to make it more horror.   

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The story is based in 1981 and it revolves around a failed explosion of David, leaving Arne Johnson, a lively young boy in a commitment with David’s sister named Debbie, who is cursed with an evil spirit. It is the only story of the murder of their resident and the after-effects of the incident that sparked the interest of the Warrens in this case, who later started a quest to prove Arne’s innocence to the court and also to free him from the devil.   Movie The Devil Made Me Do It features a stunning cast- Ed Warren (Patrick Wilson), Lorraine Warren (Vera Farmiga), Judy Warren (Sterling Jerins), Debbie Glatzel (Sarah Catherine Hook), Arne Johnson (Ruairi O’Connor), David Glatzel (Julian Hilliard), Father Kastner (John Noble), Isla (Eugenie Bondurant). The collapse is based upon a true story as the follow-up in the series with the incredible chemistry between the main leads, Patrick and Vera. It also has some scary hollow jumps and uninteresting secrets.

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