The Conjuring

The Conjuring
In the 1970’s, Carolyn and Roger Perron move into an old, abandoned farm house with their daughters. From the day they move in, strange things begin to happen in the house. But when the family becomes the focal point of the terror that’s unfolding, they have no choice but to seek outside help. In desperation, the Perrons contact paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren for help. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching “The Conjuring”.

∙ When Roger wakes up and starts searching the house for the banging noise, he stands in the hallway and the door at the far end creaks open almost all the way. Roger starts walking toward it and the door is only open a couple of inches.

∙ Lorraine and Ed are at home after visiting the Perrons. After Lorraine explains about the previous owners of the land, the tape recorder they had been listening to earlier suddenly turns on. The first two times, it shows the recorder as it’s playing the wheezing sound and the Balance, Tone and Volume knobs on the right are askew. (The white lines on the Balance and Tone knobs are angled toward the right while the line on the Volume knob is angled slightly to the left.) The third time the recorder is shown, when the screams are heard, the knobs are mostly aligned, with the white line almost straight up and down.

∙ CAUTION: May Contain Spoilers! Judy wakes up during the middle of the night. She gets scared, runs into the room and covers her ears when the banging starts. In the first few views, her hands are covered by / under her hair. But in the next right side view, her right hand is over her hair while covering her ears.

“The Conjuring” (2013) stars Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Lili Taylor, Ron Livingston, Shanley Caswel, Hayley McFarland, Joey King, Mackenzie Foy and Kyla Deaver. It runs 112 minutes and is rated R for sequences of disturbing violence and terror.

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