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  • 04.07.16


    The Conjuring 2 – 2016

    conjuring 2 2016 greek posterGenre:
    Horror Movies
    Mystery Movies

    Release Date:
    June 7, 2016

    134 minutes

    The investigators of paranormal phenomena Ed (Patrick Wilson) and Lorraine Warren (Vera Farmiga) return! Three years ago, in 1975, they faced a demon in Amityville, Long Island New York. This time they will have to travel to Enfield of England to help the Hodgson family.

    Peggy Hodgson (Frances O’Connor) is a single mother with four children: Margaret (Lauren Esposito), Janet (Madison Wolfe), Johnny (Patrick McAuley) and Billy (Benjamin Haigh). Their father left them for another woman and the family has severe economical difficulties. The worst is yet to come!

    Everything begins one night that Janet feels worried. Suddenly, she hears the voice of an old man saying “this is my house!”. Margaret believes that her little sister is making a prank, till she hears the mysterious and eerie voice too. Various things change position in the house and, day by day, the poltergeist becomes more aggressive, trying to hurt those who live in the house.

    the Conjuring 2 2016 fake nun in the mirrorThe local church invites Warrent to help in the investigation. Ed sees in his dreams a demon dressed like a nun, just like the one Lorraine saw in Amityville. On the other hand, paranormal investigators Maurice Grosse (Simon McBurney) and Anita Gregory (Franka Potente) record with a hidden camera Janet doing damages in the kitchen, and later the young girl claimed that a supernaturan entity did them. After that, Warren decide to leave. New clues will force them to return to Hodgsons’ house and face a terrible demon, determined to kill them!

    Our impressions and movie review:
    Ed Warren and his wife Lorraine, who we first saw in “The Conjuring” (2013), are real people. The case of the haunted house in Enfield England had shaken the local community in the late 70s. The hidden camera video recorded by Maurice Grosse and Anita Gregory, combined with the fact the Janet Hodgson had publicly admitted that many parts of the story were fabrications of her imagination, did not prevent the screenwriters to present as true story the plot of the film. They definitely succeeded in writing a story with much suspense and lots of terror. And they had millions of reasons to do so. The first movie had a $20,000,000 budget and brought revenues of $318,000,000 😉

    James Wan is again the director – he had worked with the two protagonists in “Conjuring” – and he did a really good job. Let’s not forget that apart from Furious 7, Wan is known for writing and directing many successful horror movies, like Saw – 2004, Dead Silence – 2007, Death Sentence – 2007, Insidious – 2010 and Insidious: Chapter 2 – 2013.

    “The Conjuring 2” premiered on June 7th, 2016 at the Los Angeles Film Festival. Watch this movie and get goose bumps or feel the chills down your spine from your fear, despite the high temperatures of this summer.

    The Conjuring 2 – Trailer (Greek Subs)


    Carey Hayes, Chad Hayes, James Wan, David Leslie Johnson

    James Wan

    Patrick Wilson – Ed Warren
    Vera Farmiga – Lorraine Warren
    Madison Wolfe – Janet Hodgson
    Frances O’Connor – Peggy Hodgson
    Lauren Esposito – Margaret Hodgson
    Benjamin Haigh – Billy Hodgson
    Patrick McAuley – Johnny Hodgson
    Simon McBurney – Maurice Grosse
    Maria Doyle Kennedy – Peggy Nottingham
    Simon Delaney – Vic Nottingham
    Franka Potente – Anita Gregory
    Bob Adrian – Bill Wilkins
    Robin Atkin Downes – Demon Voice (voice)
    Bonnie Aarons – Demon Nun
    Javier Botet – Crooked Man
    Steve Coulter – Father Gordon
    Abhi Sinha – Harry Whitmark
    Chris Royds – Graham Morris
    Sterling Jerins – Judy Warren
    Daniel Wolfe – Kent Allen
    Annie Young – Constable Heeps
    Elliot Joseph – Constable Peterson
    Debora Weston – Talk Show Host
    Cory English – Skeptic Kaplan
    Joseph Bishara – Demon
    Emily Tasker – Camilla
    Kate Cook – Mrs. More
    Carol Been – Lollipop Woman
    Shannon Kook – Drew Thomas
    Holly Hayes – Audience Member
    Lance C. Fuller – Audience Member
    Jennifer Collins – Louise Defeo
    Thomas Harrison – Peter
    Aaron Hay – Boom Operator
    Edward Losch – Seance Participant
    Christof Veillon – Maurice
    Claire Ashton – Theatre Audience / Market Lady (uncredited)
    Kishore Bhatt – Pedestrian (uncredited)
    CarneyPat – Gentleman Smoker (uncredited)
    Sarah Cortez – Dawn (uncredited)
    Gioacchino Jim Cuffaro – Neighbour (uncredited)
    Helen Dashwood – Theatre Audience / Street shopper (uncredited)
    Michael DeBartolo – Ronald Sr. (uncredited)
    Nancy DeMars – Woman Walking Dog (uncredited)
    Diego Gomez – John Matthew (uncredited)
    Joy Isa – Market Trader (uncredited)
    Danny Jackson – Aaron (uncredited)
    Jason Liles – Crooked Man shadow (uncredited)
    Charlotte Lorenz – Helen (uncredited)
    Teresa Mahoney – Carol Singer (uncredited)
    Isabelle Marlowe – Mom (uncredited)
    Alexa Najera – Allison Defeo (uncredited)
    Glenn Povéy – Rocker – Musician (uncredited)
    Mike Sengelow – News Reporter (uncredited)
    Jamie Soricelli – Shadow Nun (uncredited)
    Gone Thursday – Michael (uncredited)
    John Trevillion – Schoolboy (uncredited)

    Production Companies and Distributors:
    Evergreen Media Group
    Atomic Monster
    Dune Entertainment (as RatPac-Dune Entertainment)
    New Line Cinema
    Safran Company, The
    Soho VFX

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