Excerpt: "Sometimes it's better to keep the genie in the bottle." After reading a lot about it and hearing the rave reviews, I finally sat in my cosy sofa to watch this, according to sources, extreme creepy horror and enjoy every second of it.
Summary: James Wan remembers to make a movie and not just a collection of jump scares. Good acting, great atmosphere, and a genuinely creepy vibe makes The Conjuring the best horror movie since the Sixth Sense.
Excerpt: One of the most well crafted true to life based stories for a horror picture. Carolyn (Lili Taylor) and Roger (Ron Livingston) Perron together with Nancy, Cindy, and Christine move into an old house.
Excerpt: I've seen a fair share of horror films and by this time, I know what works for me. That doesn't stop me from watching a lot of horror movies I pretty much know are going to be bad (thank you Netflix) but I'm always hoping to stumble upon something that takes me by surprise.
Excerpt: "The Conjuring" is intense and often scary. It is also expertly made and executed. While the violence never gets too gory, the movie is so scary that it really does not matter. What makes the movie work, more than the scares, however, is the fact that all of the characters are well developed and...
Summary: Hands gripping my seat, heart pounding in my chest, yelling audibly, and literally shaken with fear. This was my experience watching 'The Conjuring'. FINALLY, a horror movie that is the true definition of scary. Perfectly paced, with a sustained feeling of fear throughout.