We reported yesterday that the Enfield Poltergeist case was being discussed as a potential sequel to this summer's horror hit, The Conjuring, and as it turns out it's one of several high profile cases that could come to the big screen.
Well now. This is kind of unexpected. With The Conjuring becoming a runaway box office hit (and deservedly so), a sequel is pretty much inevitable. Many believed that the next flick in "The Warren Files" series would be Amityville-themed, but there may be something else going bump in the night.
The breakout horror hit The Conjuring has surpassed the nine-figure mark at the box office. What does that mean? Well, it means James Wan and company are probably swimming in their money pits like Scrooge McDuck, but it's also good news for the rest of us.
We haven’t had a lot of free time lately, and that means you’re going to need a lot of free time to digest this nearly three-hour installment of Dinner for Fiends. If you think this episode is long, just wait until you hear how contentious it gets.
Usually after a movie is already released, we pretty much stop covering it until its home video bow. However, sometimes something really cool catches our eyes and we get inspired. Case in point: this Latin American one-sheet for James Wan's The Conjuring.
One of the freakiest things about The Conjuring is the visage of the famed Annabelle doll. Sure, in real life she's just a Raggedy Anne, but James Wan's take is truly effective. She didn't always look the way she did in the film, though. Check out some newly released concept art!
New Line Cinema's The Conjuring rode a wave of strong critical and audience acclaim to an extraordinary $41.9 million opening weekend at the U.S. box office and broke records for the largest opening for an original horror film - and an R-rated one at that!
It's the thing we love to see the most, an original R-rated horror film kicking major ass at the box office. And this week we got that - big time. The Conjuring destroyed the competition, raking in a whopping $41.5 million, nearly doubling its closest competition. R.I.P.D. did not fare as well.
Words alone cannot fully describe how happy we are that The Conjuring is whipping ass at the box office. Now that's how we keep America strong, kids! By watching horror movies. Now that the flick is a success, a sequel is inevitable. Speaking of which...
This weekend The Conjuring begins haunting theatres, and to tide you over until then, we have three behind-the-scenes looks at James Wan's upcoming fact-based scarefest!
The devil's hour is nearly upon us! This weekend The Conjuring begins haunting theatres, and to tide you over until then, we have the following new featurette. Check it out!
The powers-that-be over at New Line are expecting to scare up some decent box office cash this weekend as The Conjuring begins haunting theatres. In fact, they're so confident in the flick (which they should be since it's pretty awesome), they're already thinking franchise.
Last night DC was on the black carpet for the premiere of James Wan’s new feature film, The Conjuring, where we spoke with many of the cast members and heard first-hand about the haunting 10-year experience the Perron family had inside that house in Harrisville, Rhode Island.
On July 19th The Conjuring, directed by James Wan, arrives in theaters, but before that it's time to hear from one of the real life people whose exploits the film is based upon - Lorraine Warren.
On July 19th The Conjuring, directed by James Wan, arrives in theaters, ready to creep out audiences everywhere this summer.