The Conjuring 2 Story, Review And Rating [4/5]

The Conjuring 2 is a 2016 American horror blood and guts movie directed by James Wan. The film was composed by Carey Hayes, Chad Hayes, Wan, and David Leslie Johnson. It is the sequel of the film The Conjuring, which was discharged on July 19, 2013. Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga repeat their parts as paranormal specialists and authors Ed and Lorraine Warren. The Warrens go to the United Kingdom to help the Hodgson family, who are encountering apparition action at their Enfield chamber house in 1977.

Release Date : June 10, 2016

The original Conjuring was inspired by the haunting of the Perron family, and the spin-off movie, Annabelle, drew on frightening true story of a real cursed doll – so frightening, in fact, that the movie caused riots in theaters.


As you may have speculated, it has seen the principal Conjuring, yet it’s not required. The Hodgson story is totally separate from the Harrisville one, furthermore feels altogether different from that case also. Clearly, part of that stems from the way that the spin-off happens in urban London as opposed to rustic Rhode Island. In any case, the story itself is additionally one of a kind in that there’s not one but rather two abhorrence spirits at work – one in Enfield and another tormenting Lorraine by and by – and the way they’re taken care of is both passionate and delightfully hair-raising.

It’s been a moment since a genuinely awesome blood and guts film hit the scene. (It Follows rings a bell, trailed by the first Conjuring before that.) With his most recent continuation, James Wan has aced the repulsiveness type, mixing customary bounce alarms with honest to goodness character advancement and stakes. While the spooky house story may feel schedule, The Conjuring 2 is reinforced by striking camerawork, solid exhibitions, and a happily unsettling mood.

The Conjuring 2 will have its world premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival on June 7, 2016, three days prior to its wide release.

 Cast & Crew:

  • Vera Farmiga as Lorraine Warren
  • Patrick Wilson as Ed Warren
  • Frances O’Connor as Peggy Hodgson
  • Madison Wolfe as Janet Hodgson
  • Simon McBurney as Maurice Grosse
  • Franka Potente as Anita Gregory
  • Lauren Esposito as Margaret Hodgson
  • Patrick McAuley as Johnny Hodgson
  • Benjamin Haigh as Billy Hodgson
  • Maria Doyle Kennedy as Peggy Nottingham
  • Simon Delaney as Vic Nottingham
  • Shannon Kook as Drew Thomas
  • Sterling Jerins as Judy Warren
  • Steve Coulter as Father Gordon
  • Bob Adrian as Bill Wilkins
  • Elliot Joseph as Constable Peterson
  • Robin Atkin Downes as Demon (voice)
  • Abhi Sinha as Harry Whitmark
  • Alexa Najera as Allison DeFeo
  • Bonnie Aarons as Demon Nun
  • David Thewlis


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