Director/co-writer Michael Chaves’s horror film draws supernatural inspiration from Mexican folklore. In 1970s Los Angeles, a social worker discovers that the children under her care are being pursued by the Weeping Woman: a female ghost who abducts living children because she lost her own child. She turns to a priest for assistance in warding off the terrifying maternal spectre.~Augustine Chay
Not executed, end lacked but great other than that
Owned for 2 months when reviewed.
Not as great as the rest of the franchise ones like Conjuring but enjoyed it more than The Nun & Annabelle Comes Home.
(Picture) Look impressive on a well calibrated OLED, 4k upscale via Oppo.
(Sound) Grateful for Atmos on Blu since UHD is unavailable & was superb on a well calibrated 7.2.4. Watched it at a Dolby Cinema & was just as impressive, if not more at home. Lots of great height realist action & 360 panning surround scenes.
Movie could’ve used more back story scenes on the Llorona. Also, lacked execution on some of the fright scenes. For example, when she came out the pool & touched the umbrella girl. I was expecting a huge blow out the water in slow motion & speed up making a scene but instead got a subtle contact. Too easy of a kill off at the end.
Would’ve like to see one of the franchise release in 3D.
If you love all of the “Conjuring” movies and the Legendary “Drag me to Hell”…then you WILL love this movie!
Please (DO) ignore ALL the negative reviews, because they sure don’t know what in the HELL they are talking about and they are mostly unfounded.
This will be a real quick review folks…I love how the producers of this movie get to the point real quick. There are really NO dry or boring areas in this movie at ALL! The movie has action, suspense, and build up. The story explains itself very well and ties up all facts to bring you to the MOST EPIC ending I have ever seen in a movie of this type… which really impressed me the most. The producers did not beat around the bush or give you some ridiculous love interest or teenage summertime trash…they got right to the point with HIGH-END (CGI) effects. In closing, I will add this small fact, the movie was very SCARY and it will play on your mind and really make you stop and think…scary stuff soooo WATCH OUT!
The Blu-ray quality was so beautiful, with rich high-end ATMOS sound effects!
Firstly My copy of the movie didn't come with a slip cover or digital code. I'm cool not getting a slip cover but was unaware there were different versions of this release. Bluray.com only has one version listed on their site. After doing a bit of internet searching it seems there's a Blu-ray only version as well. So I was disappointed but am still happy I finally got the movie for a decent price.
I avoided this film in “The Conjuring Universe” because the reviews weren’t that good. Yet, after I watched it, I was surprised that it was a good little horror movie. Yes, admittedly, it isn’t as strong as some of the other films in the franchise, but it holds its own really well. If you go in expecting a well executed ghost story, then I think you’ll enjoy this one.
This movie was the last movie I needed to complete my collection for films from the Conjuring Universe. The video transfer of this bluray is great and the sound quality was amazing. There were many scenes that had me jumping a bit watching them in my home than I did seeing it in the theater. This was a great deal and I am glad I got to purchase it at the amazing price. It also came with both the blu ray and dvd disc versions of the movie included.