The Conjuring (DVD)

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James Wan directs this horror starring Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga as real-life demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren. When the Perron family experience strange goings-on at their farmhouse, they enlist the help of paranormal experts Ed and Lorraine. As they investigate, however, the couple begin to realise that, despite their expertise, they may not be equipped to deal with such a violent and foreboding evil...

Product Details

Barcode
6003805921031
Department
Movies & TV
Released
20 Jan 2014
Type
Movies
Format
DVD
Genre
Horror
Region
Region 2
Year
2013
Language
English
Studio
Warner Bros. Pictures
Runtime
107 min
Age Restriction
16VH
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Supply Source
South Africa

Movie

Title
Conjuring
Release Year
2013
Running Time
112 min
Language
English
Working Title
Warren Files
Categories
Horror/Suspense / Demonic Possession / Demons / Families / Haunted Houses / Murder / Paranormal / Supernatural / Witches / Witches And Wizards
US Box Office
$135.2 million
Official Website
http://www.theconjuring-movie.com
Ratings
IMDb
7.5
Rotten Tomatoes®
85% 82%
Metacritic
68
Synopsis
A demonic entity lays claim to family living in a secluded farmhouse, prompting them to seek the aid of two renowned paranormal researchers in this tale of possession inspired by actual events. The story gets underway as paranormal researchers Ed (Patrick Wilson) and Lorraine Warren (Vera Farmiga) evaluate a mysterious doll discovered by a trio of young roommates in 1968. Believing their house to be haunted by the wayward spirit of a deceased young girl, they give the girl permission to inhabit the doll, and soon their lives become a waking nightmare. Informed by Ed and Lorraine that they have fallen victim to an inhuman spirit (aka a demon) seeking a human host, the roommates entrust the doll to the Warrens, who place it in their personal museum for safekeeping. Flash forward three years to Harrisville, RI, where the Perron family have just moved into their country dream home -- an 18th century farmhouse that offers plenty of space for parents Carolyn (Lili Taylor) and Roger (Ron Livingston), as well as their five daughters Andrea (Shanley Caswell), Nancy (Hayley McFarland), Christine (Joey King), Cindy (Mackenzie Foy), and April (Kyla Deaver). It seems like the ideal place to raise a family until a series of unsettling events leave the Perron family convinced they are not alone. Terrified, Carolyn reaches out to the Warrens for help, and learns that a demonic entity has attached itself to her family, and has no intentions of letting them go. Meanwhile, the deeper the Warrens delve into the farmhouse's history, the clearer it becomes that this spirit has a murderous agenda, and that no one will be safe until it is driven back into darkness.
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Cast & Crew
Director
James Wan
Star
Shanley Caswell / Vera Farmiga / Ron Livingston / Lili Taylor / Patrick Wilson
Co-Star
Rose Bachtel / Joseph Bishara / Morganna Bridgers / John Brotherton / Steve Coulter / Kyla Deaver / Desi Domo / Dusty / Sean Flynn / Mackenzie Foy / Carmella Gioio / Marion Guyot / Sterling Jerins / Kymoura Kennedy / Joey King / Shannon Kook / Hayley McFarland / J. Donovan Nelson / Zach Pappas / Arnell Powell / Amy Tipton / Christof Veillon / Ashley White / George T. Zervos
Screenwriter
Carey Hayes / Chad Hayes
Composer
Joseph Bishara / Mark Isham
Director of Photography
John R. Leonetti
Assistant Director
Albert Cho
Sound
Joe Dzuban
Sound Re-Recording
Gregg Landaker / Steve Maslow
Stunt Coordinator
Joel J. Kramer / Norbert Phillips
Set Decorator
Sophie Neudorfer
Post-Production Supervisor
Jason Leib
Visual Effects Designer
Pixel Magic
Production Manager/UPM
Christopher V. Bromley
Special Effects Supervisor
David Beavis
Special Makeup Effects
Fractured FX / Justin Raleigh
Movie Critics
Chicago Sun-Times
"THE CONJURING is never above mining familiar territory for jump-in-your-seat-and-then-release-a-laugh moments -- but it’s often framed in a uniquely twisted way by director James Wan."
Richard Roeper (18 Jul 2013, )
Entertainment Weekly
"Wan masterfully tightens the vise on the audience's nerves, using mood and sound effects for shocks that never feel cheap..." -- Grade: A-
Chris Nashawaty (1 Aug 2013, )
Hollywood Reporter
"With its minimal use of digital effects, its strong, sympathetic performances and ace design work, the pic harks back in themes and methods to THE EXORCIST and THE AMITYVILLE HORROR..."
Sheri Linden (22 Jun 2013, )
Los Angeles Times
"Old-school and supremely confident in its attack, THE CONJURING is this year's miracle -- an AMITYVILLE HORROR for a new century..."
Michael Phillips (18 Jul 2013, )
New York Times
"The dread gathers and surges while the blood scarcely trickles in THE CONJURING, a fantastically effective haunted-house movie."
Manohla Dargis (19 Aug 2013, )
Rolling Stone
3 stars out of 4 -- "[K]udos to THE CONJURING for putting fresh fire into the overworked haunted-house genre."
Peter Travers (19 Jul 2013, )
Total Film
"THE CONJURING taps a true-life tale, but it’s the patient pacing that makes it."
Kevin Harley (22 Jul 2013, )
USA Today
3 stars out of 4 -- "THE CONJURING is a well-crafted throwback to B-movie horror thrillers, with A-list actors."
Claudia Puig (18 Jul 2013, )
Variety
"[A] sensationally entertaining old-school freakout and one of the smartest, most viscerally effective thrillers in recent memory."
Justin Chang (22 Jun 2013, )
Wall Street Journal
"This saga of demonic possession deploys the full audio firepower of modern multiplexes....The film is entirely irony-free, and enjoyable..."
(19 Jul 2013, )
Washington Post
3 stars out of 4 -- "[This] haunted-house thriller delivers consistent chills and thrills."
(19 Jul 2013, )

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Im not gonna lie, i was traumatized by this flick, for months afterwards. Top of my list, scariest thing I've seen