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Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It ; a horror, mystery and suspense film, directed by Michael Chaves.
A film directed by Michael Chaves, produced by James Wan and Peter Safran, staged by David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick, with the story by James Wan and David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick, with music by Joseph Bishara , with cinematography by Michael Burgess, with editing by Peter Gvozdas and Christian Wagner, with Vera Farmiga , Megan Ashley Brown, Patrick Wilson, Mitchell Hoog, Ruairi O'Connor, Sarah Catherine Hook, Julian Hilliard, Charlene Amoia, Paul Wilson, John Noble, Sterling Jerins, Shannon Kook, Steve Coulter, Ronnie Gene Blevins, Ingrid Bisu, Eugenie Bondurant, Stacy Johnson, Davis Osborne, Ashley LeConte Campbell, Mark Rowe, Kaleka, Andrea Andrade, Stella Doyle, Keith Arthur Bolden, Nicky Buggs, Rebecca Lines and Fabio William as protagonists.

The Conjuring 3: Reveals a chilling tale of horror, murder and unknown evil that shocked even experienced real-life paranormal investigators Ed ( Patrick Wilson ) and Lorraine Warren ( Vera Farmiga ). One of the most sensational cases in their archives, it begins with a fight for a child's soul, then takes them beyond anything they have ever seen before, to mark the first time in United States history that a suspect has murder claiming to be possessed by a demon as a defense.

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In 1981, the demonologist Ed and Lorraine Warren documented the 8-year-old David Glatzel exorcism, attended by his family, his sister Debbie, her boyfriend Arne Johnson, and Pastor Gordon in the city of Brookfield, Connecticut. Desperate to save the little boy, Arne invited the devil to enter his body instead. Ed watched the devil carrying himself from David's body to Arne when he suffered a heart attack caused by Devil.

Ed woke up at the hospital and revealed that he witnessed the devil to enter Arne's body. Arne finally killed his landlord, Bruno Sauls, stabbed him 22 times under the influence of the devil. With the support of the Warression, the case became the first trial of American murder to claim the ownership of the devil as a defense, producing an investigation into David's original ownership to gather evidence. Warrens found that David was condemned through a witch totem, and the curse was now passed on to Arne; The devil was called by a devil worshiper than his own will. They met with Kastner, a former priest who had previously dealt with the students of Cult Cult. He explained that an occult that had left Totem, threw a curse in the family to use the person possessed as a human sacrifice.

Warrens traveled to Danvers, Massachusetts to investigate Katie Lincoln's death, who also stabbed 22 times. Detective has found a similar witch totem at Katie Jessica's friend's house, which is missing. Through the vision, Lorraine found that Jessica had stabbed Katie under the ownership of the devil before falling from the cliff until his death, which allowed the detective to restore his body. In a vision of touching Jessica's body, she witnessed the occult who tried to affect Arne to commit suicide but stopped it. Lorraine warned that Ocultists now know who they are.

Ed was influenced because almost stabbed Lorraine but was stopped by their assistant Drew. They found the same witch totem in their home, abandoned by occult to curse them. Drew learned from the stregheria magic book that he found from the things of Kastner who was broken the curse, the altar where the occult called the devil had to be destroyed. Lorraine returned to Kastner to ask for help. The magnificent castner revealed that he had a daughter named Isla violating the terms of celibacy in the Catholic Church. During his research on Dam Cult students, the charm of Isla against his work was a obsession, which directed him to become a demon: the occult who was responsible for the curse was the daughter of Kastner himself, which he saved from Ed and Lorraine to protect him.

The Curse of Isla requires three sacrifices: the first is Jessica, the second Arne, and the third. Because Isla arrived, Kastner gave Lorraine access to the tunnel under the house, where he found the Isla altar. Isla killed her father and got Ed owned. Arne is owned at the same time, close to suicide. Ed tried to kill Lorraine but he begged him to remember their love. He regained the awareness and destroyed the altar, breaking the curse and saving Arne. Free from Isla offer, Devil killed Isla, burdens his soul after he failed to complete the curse.

In the end, the cup from the altar was added to the Lorraine artifact room, along with valid paintings and Annabelle dolls. Arne was convicted of murder and serving five years in prison where he and Debbie were married.


  • Patrick Wilson as Ed Warren
    • Mitchell Hoog as young Ed Warren
  • Vera Farmiga as Lorraine Warren
    • Megan Ashley Brown as young Lorraine Warren
  • Ruairi O'Connor as Arne Cheyenne Johnson
  • Sarah Catherine Hook as Debbie Glatzel
  • Julian Hilliard as David Glatzel
  • John Noble as Father Kastner
  • Eugenie Bondurant as The Occultist
  • Shannon Kook as Drew Thomas
  • Ronnie Gene Blevins as Bruno Sauls
  • Keith Arthur Bolden as Sergeant Clay
  • Steve Coulter as Father Gordon
  • Vince Pisani as Father Newman
  • Ingrid Bisu as Jessica Louise Strong
  • Andrea Andrade as Katie Lincoln
  • Ashley LeConte Campbell as Meryl
  • Sterling Jerins as Judy Warren
  • Paul Wilson as Carl Glatzel
  • Charlene Amoia as Judy Glatzel
  • Davis Osborne as Infirmary Patient
  • Mark Rowe as Sergeant Thomas
  • Kaleka as Jury Foreman
  • Stella Doyle as Kennel Customer

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