the conjuring 3 interview

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It hopes to shake up the Conjuring formula. The dependable, familiar Ed and Lorraine Warren will be back, once again played by the dependable, familiar Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga. But the two previous main Conjuring movies end with Ed and Lorraine banishing evil via some ritual exorcism, while The Devil Made Me Do It flips things upside down and gives us an exorcism upfront. And while that might be where the story usually ends, for Ed and Lorraine it’s just beginning.

I got to watch the first 11 minutes of The Devil Made Me Do It, and talk with the film’s director Michael Chaves about changing things up for a big-budget thrill-ride of a movie while also dealing with the tricky situation of the real-life murder that inspired the film.

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The Conjuring The Devil Made Me Do It Trailer

The Conjuring series continues with The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It. Once again, ghost-hunting couple Lorraine and Ed Warren (Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson) are called in to help deal with the supernatural. But this might be their most dangerous case yet, one that involves murder, demonic possession, and more sinister, supernatural happenings. Watch The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It trailer below.

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The Best Movies Leaving HBO Max in February 2021

movies leaving HBO max in february 2021

We’re about to head into February, which means another vicious cycle of titles will soon be exiting streaming services. Here’s a look at the best movies leaving HBO Max in February 2021 – and some of these disappear in less than a month, so if you want to catch them while they’re still available, you better get to watchin’!
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It’s that time again! Time to talk about what new stuff is hitting Netflix next month. And let me tell you, folks, the line-up for February is looking a little anemic. Netflix has spent the last few years going all-in on their original programming, which means that they’re snapping up less and less familiar titles. As a result, the streaming service unleashes a slew of originals that may or may not be good while cutting down on stuff you might actually want to watch. It’s a bit rough, but that’s the way the Netflix cookie crumbles. So here are the best TV shows and movies coming to Netflix in February 2021.

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The Batman Trailer in LEGO

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.

In this edition, watch the teaser trailer for Matt Reeves‘ upcoming The Batman recreated entirely in LEGO. Plus, learn how to craft a good jump scare in the horror genre, and what makes a bad jump scare. And finally, find out everything you need to know about the Tremors timeline, which now spans seven movies and a TV series, if you can believe it. Read More »

the conjuring 3 footage

If things had gone according to plan we would’ve seen The Conjuring 3, AKA The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, this year. But of course, things did not go according to plan in the year 2020, and now we have to wait until June 2021 before we can see the next chapter in The Conjuring Universe. But if you’re craving just a glimpse of new footage, a new Conjuring featurette goes (briefly) behind-the-scenes of the new film, teasing a twist in the familiar Conjuring formula.

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The Conjuring 3 Logo

Following the indefinite delay of Christopher Nolan’s Tenet, Warner Bros. has pushed back the Conjuring 3 release date to June 2021. The latest entry in the horror franchise following the exploits of paranormal investigators hunters Ed and Lorraine Warren, played by Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga, The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It was set to debut in September this year, but was was delayed by additional reshoots needed to complete the film.

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The Conjuring 3 Logo

At the end of last week, studios shifted the release dates for the big movies that are intended to usher in the reopening of movie theaters around the United States (and around the globe). Originally slated for release in July, movies like Tenet, Mulan, Unhinged, Broken Hearts Gallery and Bill & Ted Face the Music have been delayed between two weeks and a month due to the fact that movie theaters in some of the biggest markets in the US would not yet be allowed to open. But studios aren’t even confident the new August dates will hold, and more changes are likely to come.

Thanks to the rising number of coronavirus cases keeping some major cities from reopening movie theaters in July, not to mention the constant shift in release dates, Warner Bros. Pictures is leaning towards delaying The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It from its September 11, 2020 release date and shifting it back to sometime in 2021. The major studios don’t think the new August release dates are a safe bet, and they’re anticipating the aforementioned titles will be pushed into September, shaking up the fall release calendar significantly. Read More »

Superman: The Movie

There’s been lots of confusion about HBO Max thus far – confusion about its name, what exactly will be on the streaming service, which specific group of subscribers get it, and more. But after about a month of existence, one thing about HBO Max has become very clear: its movie selection is pretty damn great. As with every other major streaming service, films and TV shows will rotate in and out of availability, and the company has revealed what will be arriving on the service next month. Here are the best TV shows and movies coming to HBO Max in July 2020. Read More »

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the conjuring house live-stream

Hey, do you want to spend a week in the real house from The Conjuring? Well, now you can – and you don’t even have to break quarantine. For one week in May, The Dark Zone Network is setting up a 24-7 live-stream of the real-life Conjuring house, located in American’s most terrifying state – Rhode Island! The only downside: there’s a price – your soul! No, just kidding, it actually costs money.

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