The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It Is Now Free To Stream On HBO Max! Time To Get Scared!
Published on June 4th, 2021 | Updated on June 4th, 2021 | By FanFest
The third Conjuring film is finally out, which is fantastic news for fans of the horror franchise! You have several ways you can actually check the movie out for yourself, so get ready to get spooked!
You can check the film out in theatres which is awesome news for moviegoers. If you don’t want to head out in public, Warner Media’s got you covered too! As mentioned in the title The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It is also available on HBO Max!
This is part of a deal to bring films to HBO Max the same day as they launch in movie theatres. The third Conjuring film is just one more movie in a long line of films that have benefitted from this deal.
Godzilla vs. Kong, Mortal Kombat, and Wonder Woman 1984 are all films that made their way to the streaming service. All of those films ended up doing relatively well, too.
The film covers one of the most prolific cases from real life Ed (Patrick Wilson) and Lorraine Warren (Vera Farmiga). They were real paranormal investigators, and this is one of their craziest cases yet. This one is going to be scary!
“It was a mix of absolute thrill and absolute terror. I love this series, and I am a huge fan of James. I’m a huge fan of his movies beyond The Conjuring, and I love this franchise. So, coming into it, I took it as, honestly, one of the greatest compliments, the greatest honors, but, without a doubt, huge responsibility.” the director, Michael Chaves, told ComicBook.com previously.
While also speaking to ComicBook.com, Farmiga said “I love the story because, to me, it’s a story about compassion and it is a love story. The film has a real philosophic … it’s a philosophic musing on the nature of love. And that means ‘agape,’ which is unconditional God love, ‘eros,’ romantic love, ‘storge,’ empathy love … by nature of what they did, ‘Philia, friend love, by virtue of the people that they grew to love and people they tried to help. I don’t know, the whole thing is super … this is one of these projects that, it’s different than other characterizations were. You actually have to consider the spiritual wellness and wellbeing of the character that you’re playing. It’s a whole other dimension of what to consider, character-wise. And I love that. It makes me look at myself, it makes me look at whatever your concept of God, like how does that negativity, how does that enter the equation of your life?”
Make sure you check out The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It on HBO Max!
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