Did the devil really do it?
The wait is finally over! The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, the third installment of the Conjuring and the eighth movie of the Conjuring universe, no, actually, ninth… it depends how you slice it!
It’s the third installment of the primary movies based on the creepy adventures of Ed and Lorraine Warren. But if we consider three movies of Annabelle, The Nun and The Curse of La Llorana, all of which are based on the couple’s encounters with evil, ghosts and whatnot, then it’s the ninth instalment of the franchise.
Whatever way you classify it, all of these movies are BOATS (based on a True Story), focusing on the Warren’s highly-frightening (debatable, we rather say!) encounters with the creepy dudes lurking in the abandoned house, place or sometimes even in a doll.
Anyways, the movie is now streaming on HBO Max, and by the look of it, we assure you that this shit is definitely going to make you pee your pants!
Horror sequels are famously known for messing up the consistency or failing to meet the benchmark set by its predecessors. It either falls short of the jump scares or any scares of such sort, or sometimes it fails to make any sense!
While the shared universe has its fair share of lows and highs, the latest instalment looks promising and aims to keep up the high standard of critical acclaim and fans excitement that welcomed the first two demonic encounters of the Warrens.
Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson are reprising their role as paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren in the horror franchise from director Michael Chaves and producer James Wan. The film is based on the real-life court trial of Arne Cheyenne Johnson, where the first time a murderer claims demonic possession as a defense!
The supernatural movie also features Sarah Catherine Hook, Ruairi O’Connor, Julian Hilliard, and John Nobel.
The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It releases in cinemas simultaneously on HBO Max on 4th June. Fans and critics took to Twitter to express their thoughts on the movie, so let’s check them out!
THE CONJURING: THE DEVIL MADE ME DO IT changes up the established formula a bit, but the series remains what I like to call "spooktacular." As long as Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga keep making these, I will watch them. #TheConjuring #TheConjuringTheDevilMadeMeDoIt pic.twitter.com/bjKRZB7GwD— Chris Evangelista (@cevangelista413) May 20, 2021
You might wanna keep the light on while you sleep after watching this!
#TheConjuring #TheDevilMadeMeDoIt is a fantastic next chapter in the franchise! It's got so much heart and a love story at its core. I got so invested that I forgot to eat dinner while watching the screener. No spoilers, but I slept with the light on. pic.twitter.com/jPZR1GAVfC— Jenna Busch (@JennaBusch) May 20, 2021
It’s freakishly demonic and bone-chilling on all the right spots!
THE CONJURING: THE DEVIL MADE ME DO IT is freakishly demonic & bone-chilling in all the right spots, featuring a sensational opening sequence & a waterbed scene that rivals any creepy moment from the franchise so far. Wild that it's based on a real story, too. #TheConjuring pic.twitter.com/8HxIRkNHtI— Erik Davis (@ErikDavis) May 20, 2021
This is going to be a solid watch!
Happy to report that The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It is solid. It has issues dovetailing the reality of the case and its fictional horror spin, but it's great to see the Warrens on an investigation, and there are more than a few exciting and well-orchestrated scares. pic.twitter.com/AYIYKrIGz7— Eric Eisenberg (@eeisenberg) May 20, 2021
It will crawl under the skin!
#TheConjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It isn’t as scary or unnerving as its predecessors, but has a few spooky sequences. Some aspects, while unexpected, struggle to keep mystery & curiosity at a fever-pitch. Not bad, not great. Vera Farmiga & Patrick Wilson are vivid & compelling. pic.twitter.com/vJzaIlU5mw— Courtney Howard (@Lulamaybelle) May 20, 2021
Here’s how fans react to the latest horror release on social media, with memes, of course! But, don’t worry; there are no spoilers ahead!
Me rn watching the Conjuring 3 pic.twitter.com/CJghZLMroc— laugh bitch! (@NastyyNaj) June 4, 2021
So apparently, someone even finds it as a romantic movie…
The Conjuring movies are love stories and nobody can change my mind about that. #Conjuring3 pic.twitter.com/qNegv16c5y— Katie (@phalanges1121) June 3, 2021
Conjuring 3 in a nutshell…
Conjuring 3 in a nutshell #Conjuring3 #TheDevilMadeMeDoIt pic.twitter.com/PaGKeY4LWy— Vergil (@Vergil_WW) June 5, 2021
It’s good to be aware of your surroundings; who knows who’s sitting right next to you.
How I will be looking at the empty seat next to me when watching the Conjuring 3 pic.twitter.com/gk6cd5NMkz— Arisha (@ArishaU15) June 4, 2021
We have our own reasons for sticking with the Conjuring franchise.
As long as Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson keep making the Conjuring sequels, I’m going to keep watching them. #Conjuring3 pic.twitter.com/guuSMdIK8x— Shamar English (@english_shamar) June 5, 2021
Gotta hold that late-night natural calling…
me walking to the bathroom in the dark after watching conjuring 3 pic.twitter.com/M5FIJYQEFA— mal (@maljohnsss) June 5, 2021
CONJURING 3 WAS SOO GOOD LIKE I REALLY LOVED IT OMG 😭😭😭 pic.twitter.com/jDOJC1713o— NO it's Becky (@its__TS13) June 4, 2021
Another devil that has our attention…
I watch the Conjuring 3 for the plot:— Kaleb M. (@HotCelebHunter) June 5, 2021
The two fucking hot plots pic.twitter.com/XvfbTcJiCR
It seems like the Warrens’ latest outing with the devil lives up to the hype! There is a noticeable change in the storyline of the latest instalment, hinting that The Conjuring is leaving behind the haunted house aspect of the original flicks for something much intense and more enormous in scale!
So it’s settled: The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It is going to live in your head rent-free for days. Have you seen the movie yet? What do you think about it? Share your reviews with us on our Facebook page or drop-down your thoughts in the comment section below!