It’s a film that can be both thrilling and terrifying at the same time, with its magic and creepy elements coming through through in every scene.
But when it comes to the story, it’s all about one thing: the house.
Director James Wan is an accomplished storyteller with a unique skill set that is often used to tell the stories of otherworldly characters.
The Conjuring sequel is his first feature film since the 2011 original, and it’s a must-see.
But what’s so exciting about the film?
It’s the story that Wan and his writers, Jonathan Levine and Scott Rudin, created in their heads and the direction that they went with.
The film doesn’t try to make sense out of a narrative that already exists in Wan’s mind.
It’s all here, and everything you’re looking for.
This is a film about an ordinary family who’s put their lives on hold to escape the house, but it’s also a film where it feels like the characters, their motives, and their feelings are at the center.
It feels like a real-life family.
That’s the magic of this movie, and the fact that the filmmakers have spent a lot of time on the characters makes it feel like real people.
That means the family dynamics feel real and that the storytelling feels genuine.
And as long as you don’t see the actors, you’ll get the same experience.
This film is a family film, and that’s why it’s one of the most important movies Wan has made.
You can read our review of the first Conjuring, and check out our full interview with the filmmaker below.
We also talked with the cast and crew about their favorite moments from the film.
You have to remember, this is a movie that’s all written by Wan.
He has all the stories and the dialogue and the music in his head.
It is a real team effort.
The most difficult part of the story was telling this story without the actor, which is why it takes so long to tell.
The actors were so invested in this project, they could see the movie for what it was.
It took us a long time to get the right balance of what they wanted to see.
We worked very hard on finding the right actors.
I mean, they didn’t know how to do it.
We got them for the right roles.
The best part of this process is that it’s never the same actors in the same place twice.
Wan is always putting all the characters together and making the movie.
He’s always putting us in this situation.
And we’re always in this scene together.
We don’t even know what we’re going to see next.
He keeps pushing us in new directions and pushing us forward.
You never know what’s going to happen next, but the end of the day, it doesn’t matter.
He knows the movie is going to be great.
The film is so real.
It was an experience for me because I didn’t expect it to be.
I was expecting this to be the most perfect movie in the world.
It wasn’t until I saw the film that I thought, “This is what it’s going for.
The filmmakers are really serious about this.
They’re really invested in the story and their characters.”