Regarding the premiere of ‘The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It’, it is worth taking a look at all the films of the ‘The Conjuring’ saga in the correct order to have a more complete experience.
With the release of The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It, the horror universe of The Conjuring, which began in 2013 with the first Warren film and has raised a lot of money over the years, expands even more. , establishing itself as one of the most successful franchises in cinema. However, since various spin-offs and the stories have jumped between different times and characters, it is important to keep in mind the correct order throughout the saga, in order to have a much clearer timeline.
As incredible as it may seem, this universe is made up of two trilogies and a couple more individual films, so so far there are eight films that integrate the actions and that range from stories related to exorcisms, urban legends or evil dolls, all with the common denominator of presenting demonic entities in some way or another, in addition to the jump scares and the obvious inexplicable events that the protagonists live in their paranormal experiences; There is even a Mexican actor involved in one of the installments, Demián Bichir, who was one of the stars in La Monja.
For now the movie set in the most distant past is just right The Nun, whose actions take place in the 1950s. On the other hand, the one that comes closest to the present is Spell 3: The devil made me do it, as the plot takes place in 1981, during a demonic possession legal case. Next, the correct and chronological way to see the saga of The spell:
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With this in mind it will be much easier to fit the entire puzzle of the universe of The spell, e even if you watch movies this way they easter-eggs without a doubt they will take another meaningAs the appearances of Annabelle or The Nun in films that are not theirs could have a different meaning when first knowing their respective individual stories. Also, don’t forget that the tapes have different styles that depend on each director, so it will be a peculiar experience to see all the installments for the first time or even better to take a second look, but with the previous order.
Do not forget that Spell 3: The Devil Made Me Do It It is now available in movie theaters in Mexico, so you can already see the return of Ed (Patrick Wilson) and Lorraine Warren (Vera Farmiga), this time to get involved with the murder case committed by Arne Cheyenne Johnson (Ruairi O’Connor) and of which we even present several real images of how the actions unfolded.