Whenever you think about horror, there is only one movie that can make our adrenaline rush. Yes, it is conjuring, one of the terrifying movies of all time. From behind-the-scenes paranormal activity to the tales of divine intervention, director James Wan took this film to the next level with the story that is based on real-life activities of Ed and Lorraine Warren, a married couple who studied paranormal phenomena.
It’s the only horror film that proved that good old-fashioned spooky scares can be a thousand times more effective than anything. This story proved that the ever-dependable Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga is one of cinema’s finest ghostbusting duos, and also it proved once again that truth could indeed be stranger than fiction when it comes to the paranormal.
Yes, when James Wan released the movie in 2013, The Conjuring pleased and horrified viewers in equal measure so much that it generated both a smash sequel and a blockbuster spinoff, with the entries of Annabelle. But the movie was based on the real-life story of a family of seven who moved into a farmhouse in Rhode Island in 1971.
The real warrens began their research in the year 1952, and they have an original museum of creepy things of haunted objects in the basement of their actual home in Monroe, Connecticut since 1980. In order to keep the evil at recess, a local priest comes once a month to seize everything on display.
And now in “The Conjuring part 3: The Devil Made Me Do It” reveals the real-life story of Arne Cheyenne Johnson, who was on trial for the most sensational case of murder. The story begins with the fight for the soul of a young boy, and the murder suspect claimed to be possessed by demons as a defense.