The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- James Wan
- Michael Chaves
- Vera Farmiga
- Music Composer:
- Joseph Bishara
- Patrick Wilson
- The script, screenplay, and narration are good
- The performance of the artists are excellent
- The film is technically sound
- Nothing negative
The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It is scripted by James Wan and David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick and directed by Michael Chaves. Patrick Wilson, Vera Farmiga, Ruairi O'Connor, Sarah Catherine Hook, and Julian Hilliard played the main roles. Joseph Bishara composed the music. Michael Burgess cranked the camera, and Peter Gvozdas and Christian Wagner edited the film. James Wan and Peter Safran produced the film under the banners New Line Cinema, The Safran Company, and Atomic Monster Productions.
An eight-year-old girl David Glatzel was possessed by a spirit in 1981. Ed and Lorraine, the demonologists, did the exorcism procedures in front of Glatzel’s family members along with her sister Debbie’s boyfriend and Father Gordon. While doing the exorcism, Arne, Debbie’s boyfriend, asks the spirit to leave Glatzel and enter his body. The spirit did the same, and Arne got a heart attack and was admitted to a hospital. Ed witnesses it and informs Lorraine. They inform the police, and they warn Debbie about this. Soon, Arne kills Bruno Sauls, his landlord, by stabbing. After getting a clue, the demonologists visit a priest to get more details. Soon, they start to investigate the case, and they get shocking information. Who possessed Glatzel? Why did Arne invite the spirit? What happened to Debbie? All the questions are answered in the rest of the film.
Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga fit in their roles perfectly and impressed the viewers. Patrick’s performance is amazing; his expressions and body language are fantastic. The rest of the cast did what is required.
The story is quite interesting with an excellent screenplay. The screenplay is fast, and the audience gets no time to guess the next scene. The stars are perfectly picked, and they did their job perfectly. The horror and crime mixture pulls the audience with the thrilling elements in front with the excellent BGM and cinematography.
What’s Not There?
We can openly state that this is the best Conjuring franchise, as it has a perfect screenplay, direction, music, and cinematography. If you are a horror movie fan, then this is for you!