It has been known for some time that the third part of the Conjuring series won't be a pure haunted house horror movie. Instead, the two ghost hunters Ed and Lorraine Warren will be confronted with a whole new kind of evil, as the title of the film, which was revealed this week, suggests, because it bears the name "The Conjuring - The Devil Made Me Do It". Instead of a ghost house, this time the Warrens will take care of a little boy's soul. This story, which will push the self-proclaimed demonologists to their limits, is again based on true events and deals with the first case in the history of American justice in which a murder suspect wants to claim "demon possession" as a defense ground. Concluding words are given by leading actor Patrick Wilson, who told in an interview with the Hollywood reporter:
that the movie still has the same framework; it's still Ed and Lorraine. Again, they will push their characters to places they haven't gone yet, but the movie will be a really nice addition, because it's definitely a completely different monster."
The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It will be released on September 11, 2020 in us cinemas.