The Conjuring 2

The Conjuring 2

Director: James Wan Cast: Patrick Wilson, Vera Farmiga, Frances O'Connor


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Husband-and-wife paranormal investigators Ed (Patrick Wilson) and Lorraine Warren (Vera Farmiga) help a single mother living in 1977 London, who claims that she and her children are being terrorized by supernatural forces. Frances O'Connor, Franka Potente, and Simon McBurney co-star. This horror sequel was penned by sibling screenwriting duo Chad and Carey Hayes, and directed by James Wan. ~ Jack Rodgers

Product Details

Release Date: 10/02/2018
UPC: 0883929646456
Original Release: 2016
Source: New Line Home Video
Sales rank: 5,223

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Patrick Wilson Ed Warren
Vera Farmiga Lorraine Warren
Frances O'Connor Peggy Hodgson
Madison Wolfe Janet Hodgson
Lauren Esposito Margaret Hodgson
Patrick McAuley Johnny Hodgson
Benjamin Haigh Billy Hodgson
Maria Doyle Kennedy Peggy Nottingham
Simon Delaney Vic Nottingham
Franka Potente Anita Gregory
Simon McBurney Maurice Grosse
Bob Adrian Bill Wilkins
Robin Atkin Downes Demon Voice
Bonnie Aarons Demon Nun
Javier Botet Crooked Man
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
Holly Hayes Audience Member
Lance C. Fuller Audience Member
Thomas Harrison Peter
Jennifer Collins Louise Defeo

Technical Credits
James Wan Director,Original Story,Producer,Screenwriter
Anthony Gordon Makeup
Chris Bailey Special Effects
Frank Balzer Special Effects
Bart Barber Special Effects
Julie Berghoff Production Designer
Joseph Bishara Score Composer
Richard Brener Executive Producer
Don Burgess Cinematographer
Kristin M. Burke Costumes/Costume Designer
Mark Caplan Special Effects
Albert Cho Asst. Director
Robert P. Clot Special Effects
Rob Cowan Producer
Toby Emmerich Executive Producer
Ian Fox Camera Operator
Fractured FX Makeup Special Effects
Walter Hamada Executive Producer
Carey Hayes Original Story,Screenwriter
Chad Hayes Original Story,Screenwriter
Brigitte Hennech Makeup
A. Todd Holland Art Director
Richard Jacobs Special Effects
David Leslie Johnson Screenwriter
William B. Kaplan Sound Mixer
Martina Kohl Makeup
Matt Kutcher Special Effects
Maha Lessner Makeup
Leila Mauro Makeup
Elizabeth Mbousia Makeup
Anne McCarthy Casting
Michael McCooey Special Effects
Steven Mnuchin Executive Producer
Kirk M. Morri Editor
Lisa Mustafa Makeup
Dave Neustadter Executive Producer
Claire Pompili Makeup
Jojo Proud Makeup
Justin Raleigh Makeup Special Effects
Chris Reynolds Special Effects Supervisor
Kellie Roy Casting
Peter Safran Producer
Dana Sano Musical Direction/Supervision
Robert Sharman Sound Mixer
Hugo Villasenor Makeup
Rose Wicksteed Casting

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The Conjuring 2 2.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
While it does have jump scares, it does have some really good moments. But the atmosphere and tone is also good. Also the two leads are good in this and the first one and do a good job.
KimHeniadis More than 1 year ago
A co-worker knows I enjoy horror, and told me to watch The Enfield Haunting on Hulu. I never got around to it, so when The Conjuring 2 came out, and I saw that it was about the same hauntings in England, I was optimistic that this would be good. Unfortunately, for me, it was just okay. I thought I had watched the first Conjuring, but couldn’t remember anything about it. So that’s never a good sign. I should have thought about this before watching the second one. There was nothing wrong with the movie, it just did nothing for me. Spoilers Ahead, although not really because what I’m going to talk about happens early on in the movie, and it’s just going to be vague. The evil looking nun was there for jump scares, and to highlight the Church and that the Warrens need to defer to it when getting involved in these cases. I really didn’t see what else she was needed for. The old man in the chair was a bit creepy. Even before the hauntings began though, I would have put the chair to the curb, and painted the wall behind it, since both were disgusting. The relationship that the Warrens had with each other was nice, and I believed the love that they felt for each other. And it amused me that they just leave their daughter when they go on these long trips. Where is she? By herself at home, with a relative. To me the daughter seemed like an afterthought. If you are really into movies about hauntings I would say give this one a watch, but otherwise skip it.