The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, Trailer Review
The trailer for The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It gave the audience a peep of the new abilities of Lorraine Warren (Vera Farmiga). The trailer of the horror story series has been released And it looks terrible as expected.
THE CONJURING: THE DEVIL MADE ME DO IT TRAILER REVIEW
The trailer of The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, based on the real-life Arne Cheyenne Johnson murder case, reveals the main differences between the events of the actual incident and the events depicted in the movie. The movie trailer revolves around one of Warrens' most unforgettable incident files. There is a murder, unknown evil wreaking havoc, and the perpetrators claim to be possessed by the devil. Paranormal investigators must find the truth and prove it in court while fighting the devil himself. the story tells of Arne Cheyenne Johnson, the first US case to use demonic possession as an innocent claim. The first part of the case involves David Gretel, an 11-year-old boy who appears to be suffering from Satan's spirit in Brookfield, Connecticut in 1981.
The Warrens are called to prove the existence of the devil. Lorraine demonstrated some impressive abilities. She was able to talk to the dead (like the real Lorraine Warren) and often get scenes from the other side of her. He is both coming and going. In the trailer for The Conjuring 3, it also appears that young David Glazelle's physical changes with the weird-old demon, who may have exaggerated even near him. For dramatic effect, the trailer depicts David looking at a demon drowned in water. Later, a rotting arm passes over David. The incident does not seem to be historically accurate for David's alleged capture and most likely involved a classic jump scare that the audience expected of horror films from The Conjuring Universe.
A plot point of Satanism in relation to the Glezel family also seems to be a new fabrication for the sequel. Conjuring 3 was released last September, but the epidemic of the coronavirus virus pushed the novel. Currently, the movie will be released in theaters on June 4th, followed by HBO Max.