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"Horror enthusiasts everywhere are spoiled rotten this year as multiple movies within the paranormal genre have been released or are set to be by the end of the year. One of the movies that is on every spooky fan's to-watch list is the highly anticipated sequel to the 2013 hit movie, The Conjuring.", news.asiaone.com
"While some people may believe that horror filmmakers are in need of psychiatric assistance, James Wan thinks crafting fright flicks actually helps him stay sane. “You put all that scary s— on the screen so you don’t have to carry it around with you every day,” says Wan, whose terror tale credits include 2004’s Saw and 2011’s Insidious. “It’s quite therapeutic.”", www.ew.com
"James Wan’s 2013 supernatural chiller The Conjuring was jammed with giddy white-knuckle scares and joy-buzzer shocks, but the film’s biggest surprise was how it managed to goose new life into a genre as creaky as the haunted house flick. Now, Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga’s husband-and-wife paranormal sleuths, Ed and Lorraine Warren, have dipped back into their cobweb-festooned case files and emerged with The Conjuring 2—a come-down that proves the time-honored law of diminishing returns.", www.ew.com
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