Watch: Another Chilling 'The Conjuring' Trailer Makes the Terror Real

June 27, 2013

The Conjuring

The teaser trailer and full length theatrical trailer for James Wan's new horror film The Conjuring certainly put us on the edge of our seats, and after premiering at the Los Angeles Film Festival recently, the film has a lot of buzz as the July release date gets slower. Now another chilling trailer for the film aims to root the spooky story in reality since it's based on "The Warren Files." Footage and talking heads with the people who are at least made out to be the real family at the source of this true supernatural story make for some very intense terror, and this certainly has the potential to be the scariest film this year. Watch below!

Here's the new trailer for James Wan's The Conjuring from YouTube:

Before there was Amityville, there was Harrisville. Based on a true story, The Conjuring tells the horrifying tale of how world-renowned paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren were called upon to help a family terrorized by a dark presence in a secluded farmhouse. Forced to confront a powerful demonic entity, the Warrens find themselves caught in the most terrifying case of their lives. James Wan (Saw, Insidious) directs from a script by Chad Hayes and Carey W. Hayes. Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Ron Livingston, Lili Taylor and Joey King star in the film which Warner Bros. sends to theaters on July 19th, 2013. Spooky?

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Neee!!! I wanted to be scared.

DAVIDPD on Jun 27, 2013


So ... I'm looking at private parts?

97point6 on Jun 27, 2013



Kento on Jun 27, 2013


Warner Bros. took all the trailers down temporarily, but it's back now.

Ethan Anderton on Jun 27, 2013


Aw Yeah!

DAVIDPD on Jun 27, 2013


Boy, they either need to come up with new ways to make trailers or stop trying to make scary movies because they all look the same these days. Not scary in the least.

Charles on Jun 27, 2013


LMAO are you kidding me, terrifying and chilling? Looks like a great comedy to me, was laughing so hard. "The terrifying truth" ooo so spooky and scary. Also the clap off at the end, bravo. Well I guess I will go see it and bring in my special "James Wan" 100 to 200 checklist paper of things he adds in every horror movie. Would be a fun game to play with friends to see who can spot the most while watching the movie. Best to play drunk.

Charlie Hard on Jun 27, 2013


I was about to say how childish and even farcical this marketing strategy is, and how derivative every single clip from the movie was. Then my iPhone charger mysteriously fell off the table behind me and I nearly turned my chair into a bathroom. Guess even crappy horror movie trailers can still put you a bit on edge, and I'll be honest, now I'm afraid to criticize this movie. So...looks tremendous!

Wafffles on Jun 27, 2013


I laugh my ass off every time it says "Based on True Events" or "Based on True Story".. lol

thedude on Jun 27, 2013


This looks like a step backwards from Insidious. Which I somewhat liked. It is a dumb way to market the movie. Waited for 30 years? That woman that said: "30 years ago the world wasn't ready for this story." Why not? Why now? Why put random people who we have no reason to believe talking about stuff we don't care about in an effort to attract more consumers? It doesn't make any sense. It's such a shame good horror films are few and far between.

Neal on Jun 28, 2013


Yeah... not impressed. Not sold on their 'true' experiences, I don't see anything new or a reason to be scared here. Should have told their story 30 years ago, then it might have been a classic today.

MK24 on Jun 28, 2013


At the time I was 18 years old, and was a member of an organization called Parapsychology Investigation and Research Organization based at Rhode Island College. I'd placed an ad in a local newspaper regarding our services, and it was answered by Carolyn Perron three weeks later, which was how we became involved in her situation. It did not take long to discover that this was the REAL DEAL, and that genuine, incredible spirit activity was taking place within this house... something which these family members had to live with on a daily and nightly basis! Although we were a young college-age organization, we assured them we would do all we could to help. Once we'd investigated and realized the genuine validity of the phenomena taking place, I suggested and began discussing with other member the possibility of consulting with our friends Ed and Lorraine Warren, because of their years of experience and valued advice. When things became overwhelming for Carolyn, Donna, our chairperson of P.I.R.O., did just that, and contacted Ed and Lorraine. Ed and Lorraine did more that just consult with us; they became personally involved in the case as well.

KeithnSandra Johnson on Jun 28, 2013


Your checks in the mail.

Jeffrey Lamar on Jun 28, 2013


That would sure come in handy right about now! 🙂 Actually James Wan was given my personal number shortly before filming commenced over a year ago, and he said that he'd be contacting me to get some inside details, but he never did. I think James was also a little taken aback at the NY ComicCon when they had a panel comprised of most of the main cast taking questions and comments,, and Donna (our former chairperson in P.I.R.O.) announced that she was the one who had first alerted the Warrens to our case. From what I understand, 'The Conjuring' portrays the Warrens giving a local paranormal presentation (which is how we originally met Ed and Lorraine and became close friends with them back in the early 70's), and Carolyn Perron directly approaches them herself immediately after the lecture. But hey, as the saying goes, "That's Hollywood!!" lol 🙂

KeithnSandra Johnson on Jun 28, 2013


Geez Ethan, I bet you jump while watching Great Pumpkin as well. Scary like a kid at Halloween.

Tra la la la la di da on Jul 3, 2013

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