April 23rd – Letter “T”
Film – The Conjuring (2013)
Language – English
Genre -Supernatural Horror
Written by – Chad Hayes, Carey Hayes
Director – James Wan
Producer – Tony DeRosa-Grund, Peter Safran, Rob Cowan
Music Director – Joseph Bishara
Cast – Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Ron Livingston, Lili Taylor
Story – Roger Perron (Ron Livingston) his wife Carolyn Perron (Lili Taylor) along with his five daughters Andrea (Shanley Caswell), Nancy (Hayley McFarland), Christine (Joey King), Cindy (Mackenzie Foy) and April (Kyla Deaver) with their dog Sadie moved to a decrepit farmhouse Harrisville in Rhode Island. Few days later unusual actives starts occurring like all the clocks in the house stops at exact time at 3:07 am and one day Sadie (their pet dog) was dead in their backyard. Many such paranormal events increased day by day, due to which the Perron family was very disturbed. Carolyn decides to ask for help as to protect her five daughters whom she loved a lot. Carolyn meets the famous demonologists’ couple Ed Warren (Patrick Wilson) and Lorraine Warren (Vera Farmiga) and request them to help her protect the kids. They agree to take over the case and visit Carolyn’s house to investigate if there was any paranormal activities in their house. After which they concluded that exorcism is required but before which they need the authorization from the Catholic Church.
Will Ed & Lorraine know the reason for the paranormal activities? Will they be able to help the Perron family? To know the reason behind the paranormal activities; if anyone is harmed during the process and to know all the other answers to your question you will have to watch this horror movie.
My Say on the Film – It is a horror movie and I must say it is one of the spookiest terrifying movies I have watched. The way the story is written and portrayed is mind-blowing. The expression, the scenes seems so real.
Closing Remarks – If you like watching horror movies then this one is must watch movie. Awesome acting from the entire team. Really gives Goosebumps.