movie

Conjuring, The

Lists: Horror, Thriller

Brief Synopsis: "Paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren work to help a family terrorized by a dark presence in their farmhouse. Forced to confront a powerful entity, the Warrens find themselves caught in the most terrifying case of their lives."

Overall Ranking: 734 (Rank from 2013: # 33)


Rating:
80.67
Adjusted* Rating:
(lowest rating dropped)
81.72

Ratings Breakdown
(The Mixed Bag)

Buttery 40%
Regular 50%
Half-Popped 10%
Stale 0%
Burnt 0%




 


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Reviewer Rating Review Secondary Ratings
Gruesome Hertzogg100(full review)Comedy: 0
Sex Appeal: 0
Scary: 5
Rewatch: 7
Paul Perkins97
70s Richard Kirkham97(full review)
Gorgon Reviews97(full review)
Mesh The Movie Freak92(full review)
Daniel Prinn at Daniel's Film Reviews92(full review)
Darren of Movie Reviews 10192(full review)
Bryan Lienesch90 - James Wan's best horror flick yet!
Comedy: 3
Sex Appeal: 3
Scary: 7
Rewatch: 6
Tom Little of Digital Shortbread90(full review)Comedy: 1
Sex Appeal: 0
Scary: 6
Rewatch: 7
Colin Flanagan88(full review)
Paul's Trip To The Movies88(full review)
Entertainment Blur Rob85(full review)
Angry Vader80(full review)
Nathan Adams and the Temple Of Reviews80(full review)
Movies Hate You Too80(full review)
Drezzy80 - Damn. This was fun. I didn't like Insidious too much, to be honest, and this is from the same guy (who also did the original Saw and Dead Silence, for what it's worth), and all the positive reviews I've seen about it kinda soured me on the idea (particularly since the best horror usually receives mixed reviews because most mainstream critics don't actually "get" it), but oh holy shit did this movie impress me. This joins the ranks of the first two [REC] movies, The Collector, Cabin in the Woods, Trick R' Treat, and Sinister as my favorites of the past decade. It built the tension thoroughly, the ending was the closing of the chapter while hinting at the opening of another (this movie was supposedly an "untold" case of paranormal researchers Ed and Lorraine Warren's, and they were the pair that investigated the Amityville house and determined it to be haunted), and the direction was magnificent. Even the cast was good (outside of the younger girls playing the daughters, but not every child actress can be Chloe Grace-Moretz), and helps cement my love of Patrick Wilson as a horror star. He has this certain "every-man" quality to him, the kind of guy that you'd have as a neighbor and get together for barbecues or football games, and the way he calmly sells the growing tension and insanity of his situations sells me on it. He's similar to Ethan Hawke, really, only much more sympathetic for some reason.
Nathan Zoebl80(full review)
Horror Hounds80(full review)
FilmHamster80(full review)
Tim The Film Guy76(full review)
Dan O'Neill75(full review)
CinemaVisitor Erik75(full review)
George Rother of MovieGuy 24/775(full review)
Dave Examines Movies70(full review)
Fast Film Reviews Mark Hobin70(full review)
Patrick Devitt70
Sober Film Critic James Brown70(full review)
David Baruffi61
Thomas Pollock60
Ryan from Ten Stars Or Less50(full review)



People Involved

  • Patrick Wilson (Ed Warren)
  • Vera Farmiga (Lorraine Warren)
  • Lili Taylor (Carolyn Perron)
  • Ron Livingston (Roger Perron)
  • Hayley McFarland (Nancy)
  • Mackenzie Foy (Cindy)
  • Joey King (Christine Perron)
  • Shanley Caswell (Andrea Perron)
  • Shannon Kook (Drew Thomas)
  • Kyla Deaver (April)
  • Sterling Jerins (Judy Warren)
  • John Brotherton (Brad)
  • Marion Guyot (Georgiana)
  • Morganna Bridgers (Debbie)
  • Amy Tipton (Camilla)
  • (Director)
  • (Director)
  • James Wan (Director)