Interesting sequel is also the most disturbing
“The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It” is the third sequel in the main conjuring series and it still holds on to its high quality values. However, this installment is also the most disturbing and violent.
A man is stabbed in the leg showing some blood.
A possessed young boy twists his body rapidly in disturbing ways.
A young boy attacks several people and punches a man in the neck and body causing a heart attack.
We hear a man get stabbed about 20 times, and we briefly see his bloody corpse on the floor surrounded by a pool of blood. The stabbing is not shown.
We see a young girl get repeatedly stabbed in the stomach with a knife showing blood . Several close up shots of the stabbing are shown, and so is the aftermath. Despite this, the scene phases in and out of reality, so it cuts from the violence and cuts back in. She is stabbed 22 times in total.
Several corpses are shown with white drapes over them, and their purple hands are also shown.
A boy slits his wrists with glass shards showing a large amount of blood around the wounds, however not much of the cutting is shown (some is) but more of the aftermath.
A mans throat is suddenly slit with a knife. This is shown multiple times and is shocking.
During an exorcism, the windows break and glass flies around the room causing minor cuts on several peoples faces.
A boy grabs a glass shard and attempts to slit his own throat however is stopped before he can slit it entirely. A small cut is made on his throat, however.
A woman has all of her bones broken by an invisible demonic force. The demon breaks both of her arms by forcing them back, then both of her legs and upper and lower body, then her neck is snapped, killing her. Very brutal and disturbing.
Some use of “hell”, “jesus christ” and one use of “chicken sh*t”.
Horrific depictions of demonic possession on children, young adults, disturbing demonic violence and scenes of murder. Repeated jump scares and frightening faces of demonic forces. Many scenes of demonic threat and human threat.