The Conjuring 2 movie review - Aussieboyreviews
WILL THE CONJURING 2 PROVIDE STRONG SCARES TO ALL AUDIENCES?
The film is not as scary as the first, but the supernatural horror themes still promise teens the tension. The Conjuring 2 is honestly a tiny bit better than the first, but is not for kids.
A single mother raising four children seeks the help of paranormal investigators and demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren when she and her children are haunted by a supernatural spirit.
Director: James Wan
Cast: Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Frances O’Connor, Madison Wolfe, Simon McBurney, Franka Potente
Writer: Chad Hayes, Carey W. Hayes, James Wan, David Leslie Johnson
Release Date (Australia): 9 June 2016
Runtime: 134 minutes/1h 14m
Genre: Horror, Thriller, Mystery
CONTENT GUIDE (WARNING: MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS)
The film contains supernatural themes, scary scenes, supernatural threat and demonic possession in a horror context.
The corpses of kids and adults are depicted with accompanying blood detail.
The film contains a use of “wanker”, in addition to use of mild coarse language including the words “ass”, “hell” and “bloody”.
R (for terror and horror violence)
Aussie boy's thoughts
The sequel to The Conjuring is incredibly improved, entertaining and utterly scary. Honestly one step ahead of the first film, The Conjuring 2’s story is clever and is for sure an excellent direction to head toward for Conjuring fans.
Like the first film, Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson reprise their roles as two paranormal investigators, but this time they’re helping a mother of four kids with a supernatural spirit within their house. The story here is absolutely amazing! There are very scary paranormal scenes and the supernatural activity is excitingly entertaining. The pace also causes the runtime of over 2 hours feel like an enjoyable use of time.
Therefore, watch The Conjuring 2 if you’re a big fan of The Conjuring or supernatural horror movies, making it remarkable to say that a sequel like this did not let us down. Don’t show up expecting no laziness, but the tension, frights and tale is, without dissembling, an extraordinary continuation for The Conjuring sequences.
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