The Conjuring 2  

The next true story from the case files of Ed and Lorraine Warren

The Conjuring 2 (2016)

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Lorraine and Ed Warren travel to north London to help a single mother raising four children alone in a house plagued by malicious spirits.

Director: James Wan

Release Date: 2016-05-13
Status: Released
Run time: 134 min / 2:14
Budget: $40,000,000
Revenue: $320,170,008
Production Companies : New Line Cinema, Dune Entertainment, The Safran Company, Evergreen Media Group, Soho VFX, Atomic Monster
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 2016-05-13
Status: Released
Run time: 134 min / 2:14
Budget: $40,000,000
Revenue: $320,170,008

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Patrick Wilson
as Ed Warren
Vera Farmiga
as Lorraine Warren
Madison Wolfe
as Janet Hodgson
Frances O'Connor
as Peggy Hodgson
Simon McBurney
as Maurice Grosse
Lauren Esposito
as Margaret Hodgson
Benjamin Haigh
as Billy Hodgson
Patrick McAuley
as Johnny Hodgson
Maria Doyle Kennedy
as Peggy Nottingham
Simon Delaney
as Vic Nottingham
Franka Potente
as Anita Gregory
Bob Adrian
as Bill Wilkins
Steve Coulter
as Father Gordon
Chris Royds
as Graham Morris
Abhi Sinha
as Harry Whitmark
Sterling Jerins
as Judy Warren
Daniel Wolfe
as Kent Allen
Annie Young
as Constable Heeps
Elliot Joseph
as Constable Peterson
Cory English
as Stephen Kaplan
Emily Tasker
as Camilla
Kate Cook
as Mrs. More
Shannon Kook
as Drew Thomas
Thomas Harrison
as Peter
Jennifer Collins
as Louise Defeo
Robin Atkin Downes
as Bill Wilkins (voice)
Bonnie Aarons
as Demon Nun
Javier Botet
as Crooked Man
Joseph Bishara
as Demon
Nancy DeMars
as Woman Walking Dog


Directing James Wan Director
Writing Carey Hayes Writer
Writing Chad Hayes Writer
Writing David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick Writer
Writing James Wan Writer
Production Rob Cowan Producer
Production Peter Safran Producer
Sound Joseph Bishara Music
Camera Don Burgess Director of Photography
Editing Kirk M. Morri Editor
Production Anne McCarthy Casting
Production Kellie Roy Casting
Production Rose Wicksteed Casting
Production Morgan Robbins Casting Associate
Art Fiona Gavin Art Direction
Art A. Todd Holland Art Direction
Art Andrew Rothschild Art Direction
Art Michelle Collier Art Department Coordinator
Art Adrienne Garcia Art Department Assistant
Art Michael Pybus Assistant Art Director
Art Anthony Syracuse Construction Coordinator
Art Julie Berghoff Production Design
Art Liz Griffiths Set Decoration
Art Sophie Neudorfer Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Kristin M. Burke Costume Design
Costume & Make-Up Janet Ingram Assistant Costume Designer
Costume & Make-Up Sandy Kenyon Costume Supervisor
Costume & Make-Up Amber Jordyn Set Costumer
Costume & Make-Up Jason M. Moore Set Costumer
Directing Jody Blose Script Supervisor
Camera Matthew Moriarty Steadicam Operator
Crew Michael Burgess Second Unit Cinematographer
Camera Matt Kennedy Still Photographer
Lighting Michael Bauman Gaffer
Lighting Ross Grainger Rigging Gaffer
Lighting Charlie McIntyre Rigging Gaffer
Visual Effects Chris Reynolds Special Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Matt Kutcher Special Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Colin Strause Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Ariel Velasco-Shaw Visual Effects Supervisor
Sound Lauren Hadaway ADR & Dubbing
Editing Lauren Hadaway Dialogue Editor
Sound John Sievert Foley
Sound Steve Maslow Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Joe Dzuban Supervising Sound Editor
Costume & Make-Up Yesim 'Shimmy' Osman Hair Department Head
Costume & Make-Up Kim M. Ferry Hairstylist
Costume & Make-Up Leila Mauro Hairstylist
Costume & Make-Up Eleanor Sabaduquia Makeup Department Head
Costume & Make-Up Konnie Daniel Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Yoko Nobushi Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Sian Wilson Makeup Artist
Sound Lise Richardson Music Editor
Sound Dana Sano Music Supervisor
Production Walter Hamada Executive Producer

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  • Critic Reviews for The Conjuring 2. A supernatural winner bound to make some noise at the box office and worthy of loud applause. June 10, 2016 | Rating: 3/4 | Full Review… Much longer, more elaborate, more dramatic, and more packed with chilling moments and hair-raising visuals than one could anticipate, even from Wan.

  • The Conjuring 2. The director’s sense of cinematic fear was clearly formed by the horror films of the ‘70s and ‘80s, his work often recalling hits of the era like “The Omen” and “Poltergeist.” In many ways, “The Conjuring 2” is the “ultimate James Wan film,” allowing the filmmaker to play with styles of the era in the retelling of one...

  • Of course, haunted house movies are nothing new, and The Conjuring 2 does little to subvert their time-honored tropes -- although there is a smattering of Insidious humor in there.

  • If The Conjuring is an example of the haunted house movie done right, The Conjuring 2 is an example of everything gone wrong. You can only retread old tropes so many times. Read full review

  • Parents need to know that The Conjuring 2 is the sequel to 2013's hit horror movie The Conjuring and is also based on real-life ghost hunters Ed and Lorraine Warren (Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga). There's some bloody violence, open wounds, and gun shots, but the main issue is just how extremely scary it is.

  • User Reviews. On a lizard-brain level, The Conjuring 2 taps into the universal childhood fear of the dark, and some of its simplest moments—like a little girl hiding under the covers with a flashlight—are its most effective, bolstered by skillfully executed sound design and Don Burgess' gloomy cinematography.

  • The Conjuring 2 review: devil's in the detail as horror sequel ramps up scares. The Conjuring, released in the summer of 2013, was a rare beast: a retro horror exercise that performed like a blockbuster (earning well over $100m in the US) and was also beloved by critics. In essence, it was the first genre pic of its kind since The Sixth Sense to receive such adulation and fuel intense curiosity.

  • While The Conjuring 2 isn't as innovative a horror film throwback as its predecessor, it's an excellent ghost story in its own right. The Conjuring 2 continues Ed and Lorraine's love story from the first installment too, allowing the sequel to serve as a satisfying bookend to the original movie's portrayal of the Warrens and their relationship (regardless of whether or not their story is eventually continued onscreen with The Conjuring 3 ).